Tag Archives: The Academic Feminist

The Academic Feminist: Student Series, Part II with Peter Rydzewski

TweetWelcome back, Academic Feminists, to the second in our series of interviews with students about their college theses or final projects. Today’s column features the work of Peter Rydzewski. A recent graduate of The College at Brockport, SUNY, Peter will be attending a PhD Program in Sociology at the University of Maryland beginning in the [...]
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The Academic Feminist Presents: Marisa Irabli and Feministing’s Student Series!

TweetHere at Feministing, two of our great loves are academic feminism and young feminists. Now we’re bringing the two together: today’s Academic Feminist column kicks off a series of interviews with students about their college theses or final projects that explore topics related to gender and sexuality. The first interview in our series comes from [...]
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The Academic Feminist: Lady Economists in Conversation

TweetWelcome back, Academic Feminists! Today I am excited to present a conversation with Kate Bahn and Katherine Moos, PhD Candidates in the Economics Department at the New School for Social Research and founders of the blog, Lady Economist, where they have weighed in on everything from the gender pay gap to the European economic crisis. [...]
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The Academic Feminist: Leah DeVun on feminist art and womyn’s lands

TweetWelcome back, Academic Feminists. This edition features an interview with artist and historian Leah DeVun. Leah lives in New York and teaches women’s and gender history at Rutgers University. Her artwork has been featured in Artforum, Capricious, and LA Weekly and her scholarly work has appeared in Radical History Review and GLQ. “The L Word” [...]
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The Academic Feminist: Cheryl Clarke on Black Queer Trouble, Past and Present

TweetWelcome back, Academic Feminists! In a departure from our usual format – featuring the work of early career scholars – this edition of the AF features one of the foremost scholars, poets, and “troublemakers” of our time, Cheryl Clarke. Clarke is the author of four books of poetry, Narratives: poems in the tradition of black [...]
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