Cricket Keating is an Associate Professor in the Gender, Women, & Sexuality Studies Department. Her research is in the areas of political theory, decolonial politics, popular education and critical pedagogy, queer politics, transnational feminist theory, and technofeminism.
As a Mellon Fellow for Reaching New Publics in the Humanities, Janice spent much of 2015-16 at Seattle Central College, shadowing a mentor, William Harms, PhD, in teaching classes and developing a new course for two-year colleges, “Philosophy for Children.”
Kristina Pilz was a 2017-2018 Mellon Collaborative Fellow for Reaching New Publics. Her research is guided by her larger interest in Poetry and Poetics, Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies, Postcolonial, as well as Race and Ethnicity Studies.
Andreas P. Bassett is a doctoral candidate in the Department of English at the University of Washington, where he studies early modern literature and book history. His specific research interests include Elizabethan and Jacobean drama and the print industry of early modern London.
Steph Hankinson is tenured faculty in Humanities, Drama, and English at South Seattle College. She teaches a wide range of courses on global/US film, intercultural communication, performance studies, interdisciplinary Humanities, as well as the full suite of English composition courses.
Anna Hackman (anna/she/they) is a faculty member in the Humanities at Seattle Central College. Anna has been a faculty member at SCC for 8 years, and grounds their work in critical pedagogy and sees education as a liberation project.
Jennie Baker is a doctoral student in English at the University of Washington. Their research considers the production of social difference through modes of “being human” in speculative and technological imaginaries across the Pacific.