New Contribution to The Middle Spaces is Now Live!
Updated: Dec 4, 2020
I am excited to announce that I have another post up on The Middle Spaces today, which marks my fifth time contributing a long-form essay to that site (you can read through my previous contributions here). This time around, I have written about the queer politics of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, with particular attention to the relationship between gender and technology in the series. You should take a moment to CHECK IT OUT HERE.
And, for those of you who are unfamiliar with the site, The Middle Spaces is one of the foremost venues for public scholarship on comics and popular culture today. Run by the inimitable Osvaldo Oyola, the site has featured contributions by a number of brilliant writers such as Anna Peppard, Keith Friedlander, Vincent Haddad, and Robert Jones, Jr.—among many others. It has also been home to several academic roundtables on important issues in comics studies, and includes interviews with a number of my favorite scholars, such as Rebecca Wanzo, Margaret Galvan, and Francesca Lyn—again, among others. If you are interested in supporting public scholarship like this, you should become a patron.
Regardless, please feel free to leave your comments here or directly on The Middle Spaces after you have read my latest essay on She-Ra. I am excited to know what you think!