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Gender and Race: A Paradox of Space

There are a lot of things about academia and the academic institution which irk me, it’s obviously hard to ignore how capitalist and neoliberal our universities are. 485 more words

What Stories Tell Stories

I’m working on several projects right now – turning my dissertation on food allergy advocacy into a book, exploring the enmeshment of financial techniques with biomedical research, and launching a VR art series with a group of women artists – and one thing that ties my approach to all of them together is concern about the narrative frameworks we use to talk about science, technology, and progress. 1,282 more words


The Fanny Fan

Painter Chantal Joffe designed a fan for Vogue. On it, she painted a woman with her legs spread and entitled it rather humorously, Fanny… 568 more words

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Life on Skid Row

After completing the readings for my novel and seeing how the story came to a close, I felt that the feminist literary theory is very prominent in this book. 808 more words


Untitled (Your body is a battleground), 1989
Photographic silkscreen on vinyl

Sharing a statement from the Department of Women’s Studies at SDSU on November 15, 2016. 197 more words

Fourth Wave Feminism

The beginning of first wave feminism began, what seems like, a millennia ago. Delaney (2014) marks the beginning of first wave feminism somewhere back in the 1830s and 40s when the abolitionist movements were beginning to gain momentum. 1,020 more words


Fantasy As It Should Be: Heartless

I’m a latecomer to the Scandinavian TV party, but better late than never.

I have just finished the Danish series called Heartless. The storyline centres around a brother and a sister, Sebastian and Sofie, who are cursed with the need to feed on other people’s life force. 215 more words

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