How we are building intersectional feminist futures of peer review and a more just scholarly publishing ecosystem.
Resources: women’s studies
Cathy Hannabach interviews women’s and gender studies professor Mairead Sullivan about the histories and futures of lesbian feminism.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Catherine Knight Steele about extensions of grace, collaboration, and the future of Black digital studies.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Christen A. Smith, Dána-Ain Davis, and Sameena Mulla about the Cite Black Women movement.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Mecca Jamilah Sullivan about centering queer Black feminist joy in literature and life.
Cathy Hannabach interviews scholar-activist Gwen D’Arcangelis about cultivating inspiration in academic life and research.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews curator and professor Jillian Hernandez about the politics of confidence and collective creative support.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Emma Pérez and Juana María Rodríguez about writing partnerships during a pandemic and queer sociality.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Kiki Petrosino about writing from and with the body, place-specific pedagogy, and history’s ghosts.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Amber Jamilla Musser about aesthetics and racialized sexuality and the politics of co-authoring.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews poet and professor Alix Olson about career transitions, pedagogy, queer kinship, and the limits of resilience.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Jade S. Sasser about the reproductive justice movement and climate change activism.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Jessica Nydia Pabón-Colón about women graffiti writers, feminist curation, and Puerto Rican activism.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Imani Perry about critiquing patriarchy, writing as self-care, and redefining productivity.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Manuela Lavinas Picq about Kichwa women in international politics and being a scholar in the Global South.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Francesca T. Royster about the queer afterlives of soul music and the power of storytelling.
Sami Schalk and Anastasia Kārkliņa discuss the racially gendered politics of disability and speculative fiction’s radical potential.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews sexologist Bianca Laureano about the radical work of women of color sexual health communities.