Dr. Claudia Cabello Hutt Presented at the WGS South Conference 2024

Dr. Claudia Cabello Hutt Presented at the WGS South Conference 2024

Dr. Claudia Cabello Hutt, alongside Moksheda Thapa, a graduate student from the Women and Gender Studies program, presented at the WGS South Conference on March 29. WGS South is a feminist organization dedicated to supporting and promoting all aspects of women's studies, advocating for the elimination of oppression and discrimination based on various factors such as sex, gender identity and expression, race, age, religion, sexual orientation, ethnic background, physical ability, and class.

Each year, WGS South collaborates with an institution in the Southeastern region of the United States to host its annual academic conference.  

This year's conference was held at the University of South Carolina from March 28 - March 30. 

The presentations by Dr. Claudia Cabello Hutt and Moksheda Thapa included the following topics:

1. The Knife Between Her Legs: An Examination of a “Bad Girl’s” Family by Moksheda Thapa, George Mason University
2. Radical Illegibility: Queer Women’s Archives as Resistance by Dr. Claudia Cabello Hutt, George Mason University

Both presentations contributed valuable insights and perspectives to the conference's discourse on gender, sexuality, and activism.