By Miles Marshall   “Untitled” is an excerpt from Queer Space Invaders Manifesto written and illustrated by Emily Burnham, Mekael Daniel, Miles Marshall, and Halle Schall for Block 7 FG114 Introduction to Queer Studies taught by Dr. Rushaan Kumar. This course aims to use an interdisciplinary approach to wrestle with the changing nature of LGBT and […]


“We recognize the radical potentiality of queerness. What better place to start these movements than music, an incredibly accessible art form that carries meaning and connects people? I love queerness, and I love music that represents queerness in all its rainbow glory. I, and the rest of the MUSIQ+ team, couldn’t be more excited for […]

Sexpectations: Deconstructing Hegemonic Virginity Norms

For their final project in FG212/RM200/FM206 Critical Media Studies (Block 4 2018), Miles Marshall, Alethea Tyler, Elliott Williams, Olivia Petipas, and Marco Tapia critiqued print and audiovisual media representing MadeMyDay TV’s “6 Tips for Your First Time” and Society19‘s “11 Things To Expect Your First Time Having Sex.” For the new media creation portion of […]

Queer Space Invaders Manifesto

By Emily Burnham, Mekael Daniel, Miles Marshall, and Halle Schall For one of the class assignments in Introduction to Queer Studies (FG114 Spring 2019) with Professor Rushaan Kumar, student groups produced Intersectional Queer Manifestos in the tradition of The Femme Shark Manifesto, the Transfeminist Menifesto, and so on. Please note that the student-created projects on this […]