Published May 12, 2022

Congratulations to PhD candidate Jos Marshall

Congratulations to PhD candidate Jos Marshall who has been awarded a #UBuffalo LEAD Award for Pride & Service! The nomination made reference to her work with The riverrun Global Film Series, Buffalo-Niagara LGBTQ History Project, Palah Light Lab, and an exhibition she curated at the Center for the Arts, University at Buffalo entitled "Being In-Between / In-Between Being."

Jos is currently a 2021-2022 Dissertation Scholar in residence at the Brandeis Women's Studies Research Center and has a co-edited collection, Trauma Informed Pedagogy: Addressing Gender-Based Biolence in the Classroom, coming out this July:

Department of English clinical faculty member Kellie Sharp is featured in the collection, which includes as well an interview with UB MFA alum Julia Rose Sutherland, an indigenous feminist artist. A written transcript of Jos’s interview with Sutherland will also be featured in later this year, in conjunction with a video recording of their exchange. This project is in collaboration with the Feminist Interview Project, run by the CAA Advancing Art & Design's Committee on Women in the Arts, on which Jos has served since 2020.

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