Gender and Sexuality Writing Collective Annual Graduate Workshop
About This Event
The SBAI Graduate Conference shifted in 2018 to become our annual Writing Collective. The previous conference format invited graduate students to present finished papers to an audience. The aim of the SBAI Writing Collective is to create an intimate space for emerging scholars of gender and sexuality to share their work with a focus on preparing their papers for publication, and is open to both graduate students as well as emerging scholars who have recently completed their graduate studies.
During the Writing Collective, participants engage with one another in interdisciplinary discussions led by established scholars in the humanities, arts, and social sciences whose experience and outstanding research in their respective fields will benefit and help shape the papers. The program of events includes writing workshops, a panel on publishing, and a reception with food and drink.
Faculty: Milo Obourn, The College at Brockport; Samantha Sheppard, Cornell University; Jennifer Haytock, The College at Brockport; Tatyana Bakhmetyeva, University of Rochester Graduate students: Kanishka Sikri, York University; Siufung Law, Emory University; Atiya McGhee, Syracuse University; Rachel Pittman, University of North Carolina Wilmington; Grace Sparapani, University of Texas Austin; Lin Zhang, Ulster University Belfast; Apala Kundu, University of Pittsburgh; Emmalouise St. Amand, Eastman School of Music; Holly Jones, University of Oregon; Holly Thompson, Wake Forest University; Yuhan Huang, Rochester Institute of Technology, Melisa Köroğlu, University of Cologne; Emre Keser, University of California Santa Cruz; Emily Chastain, Boston University; Annabelle Tseng, Columbia University; Justin Grossman, University of Rochester.
Departments: History, English, Eastman School of Music, Modern Languages and Cultures, Art History, Religion, African and African-American Studies. Visual and Cultural Studies Program