Jeannie Regidor ’20

Tell us about your thesis!  My thesis, “Narrative Activism: Interrogating, Subverting, and Reclaiming Stories of U.S. Migrant Detention,” is about the different narratives of U.S. migrants and migrant detention that are propagated by our everyday media and literary forms. The thesis explores how “narrative activism” can be employed to change the way in which migrantsContinue reading “Jeannie Regidor ’20”

Una Corbett ’20

The year 2020 marks 100 years since the passage of the 19th Amendment, which extended women’s suffrage across the country. My thesis, “‘Organize, Agitate, Educate’: Making Political Meaning of the American Women’s Suffrage Centennial,” explores the politicization of this anniversary. Curators, historians, government officials, and activists have dedicated a ton of time and resources toContinue reading “Una Corbett ’20”