Celebrating FGS Seniors

Please help us in celebrating the 2019 Feminist and Gender Studies minors: D Adams, Kathryn Chase, Abby Diess, Madi Doerre, Lauren Larrabee, and Jabu Ndlovu  and the 2019 FGS Majors: Amelia Eskenazi, Eden Lumerman, Christie Ma, and Niyat Ogbazghi     In their time at CC, Amelia has been involved with FemCO, Relations: The Play, and is currently […]

Feminist and Gender Studies ’19 Senior Spotlight

My name is Niyat Ogbazghi, and I am a Feminist and Gender Studies major. I am so grateful for finding the Feminist and Gender Studies program at CC because I feel like I have found my true passion. Taking FGS classes at CC has been the highlight of my time here. I am indebted to all […]

Artisan

“Artisan aims to cultivate a space where these subjugated knowledges can flourish. Artisan targets young adults, who identify as woman or gender non-conforming and wish to see more works of art created by them for them. How you may ask? Here at Artisan, we strive to share creative works of art with you, including but not limited to poetry, paintings, literature, and […]

Broad City and One-Dimensional Feminism

By Amelia Eskenazi (FGS ’19) Broad City, a show about two Jewish girls in their mid-twenties living in New York City, has been heralded as a must watch television show for girls and women across the country. Elle has described Broad City as “pushing the boundaries,” while Bustle described the show as “blatantly feminist.” While […]

Hidden and Recovered Narratives: Women in the Center of Berlin Tour

By Amelia Eskenazi We woke up to the pitter-patter of the rain once more, looking out the window, saddened by the gray skies greeting us. After all, it was Alejandra’s 20th birthday, and we were looking forward to celebrating later. At 8:07, we frantically tried to find a route to the Reichstag that would allow us […]