The GCWS is hosting several panels this summer that have been organized by an interdisciplinary team of graduate student organizers from across our member institutions. This was originally intended to be the Consortium’s SP20 graduate student symposium but has been reinvented into separate panels due to campus response to COVID in March 2020. These panels are free and open to everyone.
This panel will focus on the ways that archiving can ensure that feminism and resistance do not get erased from history. Looking to independent press and radical archiving can provide insight into certain aspects of the relation between knowledge production/curation and feminism.
- Mona Tousain, Director at NeuroBoston
- Dawn Stahura, Research & Instruction Librarian, Salem State University
- Khanh Aiden Nguyễn, representative from Vănguard Zine
- Cierra Michele Peters, Print Ain’t Dead