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Despite some exceptions, like the recent Barney’s advertisements that featured trans models, fashion continues to mimic other major industries in its consistent failure to represent certain bodies, identities and experiences—and when they are represented, they are often tokenized, fetishized, or mobilized towards generating controversy or promoting the ‘progressiveness’ of the brand (think: United Colors of Benetton). 460 more words
CEO and Chief Strategy Consultant, Curran Consulting Group
Sheila attended Durham University and University of London, England. She has been in her current role with Curran Consulting Group for 5 years. 628 more words
That is a question many students and parents are asking.
Brown University’s student health plan has decided to extend it’s coverage to include sex-change surgery, also known as gender-reassignment, beginning this August, and Brown isn’t the first University to do this. 37 more words
Despite my less-than-stellar performance in Intro to Cultural Anthropology, I still really liked the topic. While not every ethnography we’d read in the introductory class fully piqued my interest, I found that in general I like reading about other societies. 376 more words
I had the opportunity to attend the Essay in Public conference here at Brown University earlier this week at which speakers and participants discussed a full host of topics related to how we can best bring longform writing and dense content (such as the bulk of work created by academics) to the public. 677 more words