I'm excited to announce a new collaboration with Patheos! I will be a contributing writer for a bi-weekly column titled Queer Femme Mystic as part of The Agora, Patheos' Pagan Channel. I'll be writing about the intersections between LGBTQ politics, intersectional feminism, and witchy spirituality. My first piece is up and is titled "Why Queer Femmes Make Incredible Witches." Check it out and share it with your friends!
This morning I taped a round table segment on intersectional feminism with my brilliant colleagues Irene Mata and Erika Williams on the NPR affiliate show Under the Radar with Callie Crossley on Boston's WGBH. Callie was an excellent host! The four of us discussed intersectionality as a concept as well as recent debates in current affairs and popular media. The segment will be airing live Sunday, March 19th at 6:00 p.m., so please tune in! Our discussion will also be available as a podcast on iTunes Monday morning. In the meantime, here is the
I was recently interviewed in International Business Times for a piece on women (particularly celebrity women) who identify as "humanists" rather than "feminists." Read my interview with IBT reporter Samantha Karas here.
Welcome to my inaugural blog post! I was recently invited to participate in a round table on femme histories at NOTCHES: (re)marks on the history of sexuality. It was an excellent opportunity to collaborate with other scholars interested in the history and present of queer femmes and femininities. As a queer femme, this topic hits particularly close to home for me, and the opportunity to share my research on this has been a great way to bring attention to an area of inquiry typically ignored both in academic scholarship and popular discourse. We had so much to say that it had to be published in two parts. Enjoy!