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Thomsen, Carly Ann


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Gender, sexuality, and feminist studies 203: Performing reproductive politics: The Jane Collective on stage, Winter 2020

Identifier: s7_gsfs203
Scope and Contents

Archived website entitled "Teaching the Jane Collective," created by Professor Carly Thomsen in support of the production of "Jane: Abortion and the Underground" by students in January 2020 course, "Performing Reproductive Politics." The play was directed by Taite Shomo, Class of 2020.

Dates: Winter 2020

Gender, sexuality, and feminist studies 289: Introduction to Queer critique, Spring 2019

Identifier: s7_gsfs289
Scope and Contents Includes archived Web site entitled "The (not) born this way project," created by students in Professor Carly Thomsen's Introduction to Queer Critique class during the Spring 2019 semester. The site was created by Abbie Hinchman, Class of 2019; Nadani Dixon, Class of 2020; and Maria Bobbitt-Chertock, Class of 2019.5. The authors write, "Our project seeks to trouble popular LGBTQ rights movements’ ‘Born This Way’ narrative. This class has introduced us to this narrative’s implicit...
Dates: Spring 2019

Gender, sexuality, and feminist studies 329: Politics of reproduction: Sex, abortion, and motherhood, Spring 2020

Identifier: s7_gsfs329
Scope and Contents Two archived Web sites created by students in Professor Carly Thomsen's Politics of Reproduction class during the Spring 2020 semester. The first, entitled "The State of Motherhood" was created by Mary Scott, Class of 2021; Emma McKee, Class of 2023; Nicole Goodman; Evan Killion, Class of 2021; Keaton Smith, Class of 2021; Casey Liley, Class of 2020; April Qian, Class of 2020; Sophie Hochman, Class of 2022; and Charley Burlock, Class of 2021. The authors write, "“The State of...
Dates: Spring 2020

Gender, sexuality, and feminist studies 430: Queering food, Spring 2017

Identifier: S7
Scope and Contents From the Record Group:

Academic Activities houses student work and materials that were the product of classes or other academic pursuits by students, other than undergraduate theses (see S10 Undergraduate Theses and Senior Work).

Most records are final papers, projects or publications, such as zines.

Dates: Spring 2017

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Abortion 2
Feminism 2
Motherhood 2
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