Heidi R. Lewishttp://tinyurl.com/9ncp4cxThis site showcases the work of students at Colorado College! Primarily, the site showcases the feminist magazines created by students in Feminist Theory, the feminist videos created by students in Introduction to Feminist & Gender Studies, the media projects created by students in Critical Media Studies, the blogs written by the FemGeniusesInBerlin for the Hidden Spaces, Hidden Narratives: Intersectionality Studies in Berlin study abroad course, and portions of The Monthly Rag, a feminist publication managed by the Feminist & Gender Studies Student Advisory Council. Hence, while we do encourage you to view and discuss these projects, we ask that you do so with sincere consideration and respect. Thanks in advance!
Created by Lindumuzi “Jabu” Ndlovu (Editor), Samuel Vang (Editorial Assistant), Chloe Dillon (Journalist), Oscar Glassman (Journalist), and Emily Erickson (Graphic Designer)
“As educators and guardians, we want you to read this magazine with your child […] Ultimately, The New Kids is a collaborative magazine with questions, conversations, symbols and captivating artwork. We hope that the landscape we created encourages conversation—raising a young theorist is not only a space of growth and questioning, but healing for everyone.”
—Lindumuzi “Jabu” Ndlovu
Created by Laura Ayre (Editor), Madi Doerre (Journalist), Cassis Schafer (Journalist), and Avia Hailey (Graphic Designer)
“Our intention is to provide a glimpse of women in marriage from a transnational feminist standpoint […] Among other things, our primary vision at SPLIT is to encourage our readers to question which institutions they are conditioned to participate in and for what reasons those institutions are deemed socially legitimate. We wish you good luck in your journey going forward, and we hope that you find yourselves as curious and inspired as we were when creating this publication.”
—Laura Ayre, Editor
Created by Zivia Berkowitz (Editor), Skylar Owens (Editorial Assistant), Hailey Corkery (Journalist), Fran Grandonico (Journalist), and Mekael Daniel (Graphic Designer)
“Through a feminist lens, Sexplorations takes a journalistic approach to engaging with conversations surrounding sex and promoting consent-oriented forms of pleasure and intimacy […] If you have been sexually active for years or are just beginning your sexual journey, looking for ways to enhance your sex life or want to be informed, Sexplorations is for you.”
—Zivia Berkowitz, Editor
Created by Miles Marshall (Editor), Mia Solberg (Editorial Assistant), Emma Caligor (Journalist), Kat Spencer (Journalist), and Eileen Huang (Graphic Designer)
“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 you to dive into the world of queer music. You’re here, and whether or not you’re queer, welcome to MUSIQ+!”
—Miles Marshall, Editor
Click here to read MUSIQ+! Also, scroll down for audio footage of the team’s fascinating interview with Selena the Chapel!
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 their project, they created a new poster, infomercial, and revised list. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see their presentation, which further explains their analytical and creation processes.
NOTE: This image was copied from Society19’s “11 Things To Expect Your First Time Having Sex.” Click here to view the list.
NOTE: Click here to read “11 Things You Should Know for Your First Time Having Sex” by Elliott, Miles, Alethea, Olivia, and Marco! There’s even a cool Spotify playlist for your listening pleasure (pun intended)!