This website is part of a Women’s and Gender Studies course at LMU. Students from different semesters of Dr. Danielle Borgia’s Women and Gender Studies 1100: Race, Gender, and Sexuality have chosen to participate in this project. Students use their coursework in intersectional feminist thought to create a list of questions for an interview subject of their choice. They were asked to select a woman of color currently living in the United States, preferably a woman a generation older than the student who grew up in this country. The interviews were recorded, transcribed, and edited by each student, who then used feminist analysis to create a narrative about the student’s interpretation of what viewers/listeners can learn from the woman’s words.
Please contact Dr. Borgia at email@example.com with any questions about this assignment or any material found on this site.