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queerness as a political tool/rewriting queer history

on WGSS 80: Queer Narratives

by Mia C. Lambert

1 day, 4 hours ago

In "The Killer in Me is the Killer in You: Homosexuality and Fascism," Judith Halberstam disrupts perhaps the most widely understood queer narratives of oppression and political radicalism by drawing parallels b […]

"Life Changing Bacon," a talk by Brad Weiss on Feb 21

on Food[at]Tufts

by Leah Cubanski

1 day, 4 hours ago

Join the Tisch College and Tufts Anthropology and Environmental Studies Departments this Tuesday, February 21st for a fascinating talk from Brad Weiss, professor of Anthropology at the College of William and Mary. […]

My 1+4 story: Sawyer Uecke

on Inside Tufts 1+4

by jcrowe01

1 day, 12 hours ago

“Every morning I wake up and think to myself, wow, I am really doing this. A year ago I never would have thought that I would be in Nicaragua, as a matter of fact I wouldn't have even be able to tell you e […]

Embracing the “Broken” and “Fucked Up”

on WGSS 80: Queer Narratives

by Leticia P. Rocha

2 days, 1 hour ago

There were a couple parts of each of the readings that I struggled with, but a loose connection that I saw in each of them was the idea of accepting, or at the very least recognizing, not only what is outside of […]

Thoughts on Ong's Orality and Literacy

on FMS40 Introduction to Media Theory

by Carolina Soto

2 days, 3 hours ago

Hi, sorry, if this up a little late. I've been reading Ong for the last two days, and I found it really dense to get through. He mentions things that I find very interesting, but I also feel that the book tries to […]