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Queer and Unusual Space: White Supremacy in Slash Fanfiction
My thesis exposes the ubiquity of white supremacy in the ostensibly queer practice of writing slash fanfiction. Slash fandom is often characterized as a queer online space that foregrounds women’s pleasure and functions ...
"I Have No One, I Need Someone": Contextualizing Amanda Todd Within the "My Secrets" Video Genre
Using affect theory and feminist content analysis, this thesis situates the social media disclosures of BC teenager Amanda Todd within a larger genre of youth trauma videos on YouTube. Amanda's story has been deployed by ...
#surrogacy: Confronting the coloniality of Twitter and contemporary transnational surrogacy practices in India
"#surrogacy: Confronting the coloniality of Twitter and contemporary transnational surrogacy practices in India" begins to think about how the racial histories of modernity provide a lens to consider transnational surrogacy ...