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

 

 

AMELIA

In their time at CC, Amelia has been involved with FemCO, Relations: The Play, and is currently the co-chair of the Llamapalooza Music and Arts Festival. After graduating in May, Amelia will be moving to New York City where they will be working as a studio assistant for Wardell Milan. In assisting Milan, Amelia will aid in archiving past work, photographing works-in-progress, and    organizing studio space, among other responsibilities. In addition to working for Milan, Amelia will also be doing freelance photography.

 

eden 

In her time at CC, Eden has been double majoring in Feminist & Gender Studies and Political Science. She has been especially interested in studying nationalism and its effects on citizens’ affective attachments to the nation-state. After graduation, Eden is hoping to study international human rights law and journalism and work towards the criminalization of the Israeli Occupation of Palestine.

 

CHRISTIE

Following graduation, Christie is working to immerse herself in activism and the arts. She is drafting designs for various women-of-colour-owned businesses and international collaborations while promoting equity in sport as an ambassador for Upwind Ultimate. Her essay “Fucking White People: A Phrase, An Action, An Ethics” is set for publication in the Mary Shepherd Conference on Feminist Philosophy journal in Edinburgh, Scotland in June 2019. As a member of the Hong Kong U24 National Team, Christie will also be competing at the World Ultimate U24 Championships in July 2019 in Heidelberg, Germany.

 

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Post-graduation, Niyat plans to work as a writer for a Colorado magazine for one year. During that year, she plans to take the GRE and apply to graduate school, hoping to attend graduate school for Journalism beginning in Fall 2020.

Our Queeries

By Sarah Packard, Finn Scharen, and Oscar Glassman

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 site do NOT represent research findings and/or generalizable knowledge. Rather, these projects represent these students’ pursuit of knowledge and creativity.

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Goodnight Moon

By Charlotte Blum, Judy Fisher, and Katie Lobel

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 site do NOT represent research findings and/or generalizable knowledge. Rather, these projects represent these students’ pursuit of knowledge and creativity.

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Full Belly Babes: A Queer Manifesto

By Zivia Berkowitz, Julia Gledhill, Lauren Hough, and Julia Nolan

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 site do NOT represent research findings and/or generalizable knowledge. Rather, these projects represent these students’ pursuit of knowledge and creativity.

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