GWS Seniors Present Capstone Research

On May 2nd, 2019, we celebrated the research of our graduating seniors enrolled in GWS 4301: Postcolonial and Decolonial Feminisms. The following students participated:

Taylor Hochwarth - "Bodies and Borders: A Queer Feminist Engagement“

Leah Wingenroth - “Spaces Beyond and In-between: Examining the Value of Creative Writing in Postcolonial Theory”

 Steph Holt - “La Pachamama: Reimagining ‘Ecofeminism’ in the Ecuadorian Amazon”

 Cadesha Clarke  - “The Decolonial Politics of Curry”

 Rylee Govoreau - “Decriminalizing Gendered Violence: A Critique of Carceral Feminism and a Postcolonial Examination of the Construction of the Criminal Body”

 Val DiGiacomo - "Diasporas, Art and Queer Imaginings"

Jesse Hennessee - "Challenging the Oppressive Silencing and Censorship of Racism: Black Voices Speaking Openly about their Lived Experiences“

 Sope Kahn - “Queering Clay Bodies”

Group photo of eight GWS students after presenting their capstones

GWS congradulates these students on graduation and successfully presenting these research papers!

 

Published: May 6, 2019 11:12am

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