My (currently untitled) MA thesis will position James Baldwin as a proto-intersectionalist and will demonstrate how intersectionality in literature has evolved over time. In chapter one, I will analyse Baldwin’s novel Another Country (1962) as an example of an intersectional text. Chapter two will be about intersectionality in lesbian literature (the primary text of which… Continue reading Literature Review
When I started this blog in October of 2019, I assumed that I would be blogging about my research interests: James Baldwin and intersectionality in literature and culture. Thus, my first post was Queer Masculinities in James Baldwin’s 𝘎𝘪𝘰𝘷𝘢𝘯𝘯𝘪’𝘴 𝘙𝘰𝘰𝘮 and Beyond. I diverged slightly from the titular topic in the body of the blog… Continue reading Blog Portfolio
CONTENT WARNING: Discussions of Covid-19 and Mental Illness This is going to be my last blog post before this blog undergoes MA assessment. At the moment, I am not in a very collegiate head space, but I figured attending to college work and trying to get something done might distract me, if even for half… Continue reading Until I Write Again: My Solo Exchange Diary, Vol 2 (3/3).
Content Warning: Mentions of sexual abuse. I have been procrastinating writing this post for a long time – primarily because I read the book about five months ago and because it was recommended to me by two members of staff from my favourite local bookstore Vibes and Scribes. I want to do both the book… Continue reading My Journey through Female Shame in Erin Williams’ ‘Commute’
Alright, first of all, it is absolutely necessary for all of you to watch the video linked below until at least the end of the first chorus so that you can sing my title "Wiki-pedia Wonder-la-and" along to it before you read the rest of this post! https://youtu.be/jEW9adwYm10 Ulala Session's (울랄라 세션) 'Waikiki Wonderland' from… Continue reading Wikipedia Wonderland