Tag Archives: feminism

Meet and Greet: Katie Hurlock

The season may be changing, but our commitment to introducing you to the newest members of the community only grows stronger. Today we introduce to you, Katie Hurlock. Mareesa Miles: Tell us about yourself!  Katie Hurlock: I am a first year MA … Continue reading

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Meet and Greet: Mariel Caputo

Once again we return to our Meet and Greet Series to introduce another member of the newest cohort.  Mariel Caputo is working on her Masters degree here at Lehigh, and answered a few questions so that we could get to know … Continue reading

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Meet and Greet: Sam Sorensen

Here at Drown Unbound we continue our series by introducing the first member of the newest graduate student cohort, Samantha Sorensen. The hope is that these brief introductions will encourage you all to take a moment to say hello and find out more about … Continue reading

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Lehigh Spaces: The Women’s Center

To continue the wonderful conversation about Lehigh Spaces, including Laura Fitzpatrick’s exploration of Linderman and Laura Casale’s reflection on Farrington Square, I wanted to add some thoughts about one of my new favorite places (and incidentally, my current work space), … Continue reading

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Happy New Semester!: A Year (Later) of Spivak

During the fall semester of 2013, critical theorist Gayatri Spivak visited Lehigh University as part of our Humanities Center’s “Home” lecture series. Of course, when such a renowned scholar as Dr. Spivak is scheduled to visit, rumors will abound. Whispers … Continue reading

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Individually Together: Reflections on Angela Davis and Nas

The following post on the Angela Davis and Nas event was written by members of the spring 2014 “Politics & Poetics of Black Feminist Thought” class being offered by the Africana Studies, Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies, and English programs. … Continue reading

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