Students in the spring 2021 Reading and Reporting LGBTQ Health course with Associate Prof. Stephen William Thrasher wrote and produced impressive stories developed in partnership with the Institute of Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing (ISGMH) and its faculty.
Jude Cramer (BSJ23) got their final project professionally published by Into magazine.
“Trans Artists Are The Past, Present and Future of Drag” by Jude Cramer, published by Into magazine
Photo from Cramer’s article courtesy of Die Anna.
More Student Work
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“alice sparkly kat want s us to make astrology our own again: if western astrology is connected to oppressive structures just like other western spiritual traditions, how do we practice it ethically?” by Susanna Kemp
“Cishet Girlworld” by Molly Lubbers (23 minutes)
“Queer Representation” [and finding it in the Peanuts and Glee] by Margo Milanowski (12 minutes)
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(Note: this is an academic paper, not a story, and includes an example of how the students were asked to read a partner’s work and an example of how they were asked to reflect on a text from the course in their work. Here, Saira reflects on a text from Imagining Queer Methods.)
Special thanks to Huffington Post editor Noah Michaelson, ISGMH Associate Director Jagadīśa-devaśrī Dācus , and ISGM professor Kathryn Macapagal for being guest critics in helping the students develop their projects.