Witnessing Powerful Art: A Conversation with the Editors of Winter Shorts

By Ivy Wappler The FemGeniuses greeted the day with a rainy walk to the U-Bahn and a stuffy, damp subway ride. Peeling off our wet jackets, we settled in for class. This morning, we were lucky enough to sit down with the editors of Winter Shorts, the latest installment of the Witnessed Series. It was a […]

GREEN QUEEN

“GREEN QUEEN is directed towards all people, not just those who identify as women. Historically, ecofeminism has been dominated by middle class white women, which has proven to limit its effectiveness. In our magazine, we aim to create a safe place for all people to read and learn about ecofeminism! Ecofeminism means different things to […]

Who Knew Flesh-Eating Kids Could Be So Radical?

By Alethea Tyler Upon first viewing The Girl with All the Gifts, I was overwhelmed by the premise of the movie: a unique zombie film featuring Melanie, a young child who possesses both zombie and human qualities. While the movie presents a dystopian storyline utilizing gratuitous violence, it also contains radical representations of complex inequalities and […]

The Body with All the Gifts

By Ryan McLauchlan In Professor Heidi R. Lewis’ First-Year Experience Introduction to Feminist and Gender Studies course, we screened and discussed The Girl with All the Gifts. The film is about humanity being plagued with a fungus that gives people the desire to eat flesh. This post-apocalyptic zombie movie takes viewers on a journey with a […]

Bodies as Commodities of Inequality

By Molly Maier The Girl With All the Gifts is a futuristic story of a teacher, a scientist, and a young black girl named Melanie. A fungus has turned almost everyone into mindless, flesh-eating zombies called “hungries,” whom the few remaining humans are furiously trying to escape. Melanie is part of a special group, the […]