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Connections: Accessing Art in the Age of COVID | A WGSS Research Presentation by Kaitlin Kerr

This presentation was created in conjunction with the Kerr’s work as the Editorial Intern for Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society & Program Assistant at the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department at Northeastern University. Each co-op in this position has been asked to create an independent research project. Previous projects include The Hysterical Female Project, created by Kayleigh Birney and Exposing the Gender Binary by Sofia Ciprian. This project is a virtual gallery of various works spanning various media. All of these pieces represent or interrogate feminist themes, such as discussions of gender, identity, intersectionality, race, culture, class, sexuality, womanhood, and many more.

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