Graduate Student in Cultural Studies with D.E. in Feminist Theory and Research
Jasmine Wade is a PhD student in the Cultural Studies graduate group. Her research interests include contemporary social movements in the Americas, antiracist and queer writing pedagogy, narrative theory, and African-American history and literature. She has presented her work at several conferences, including the Crossings Conference, the Northern California Writing Center Conference, and the Afrosurrealism Conference. She also writes fiction, and her short stories have appeared in Drunken Boat, TAYO Literary Magazine, Lunch Ticket, The Copperfield Review and others.