Che Gossett is a Black non-binary writer. They are currently a postdoc at the Center for Contemporary Critical Thought at Columbia University, as well as a visiting fellow at Harvard Law School’s Animal Law and Policy Program. They also are a visiting critic at the University of Pennsylvania Weitzman School of Design. In spring of 2023, Che will be a visiting scholar at the Centre for Visual Culture at the University of Cambridge. They are also presently a visiting scholar with the Oxford University Centre for Life Writing, at Wolfson College. Che was a 2019-2020 Helena Rubinstein Fellow in Critical Studies, in the Whitney Independent Study Program as well as a 2020-2021 graduate fellow at the Center for Cultural Analysis at Rutgers University. Their work has been published in anthologies including Trap Door: Trans Cultural Production and the Politics of Visibility (MIT Press, 2017), Death and Other Penalties: Continental Philosophers on Prisons and Capital Punishment (Fordham UP, 2014), Transgender Studies Reader (Routledge 2014). They are co-editing a special issue of Transgender Studies Quarterly (Duke UP) with Professor Eva Hayward, on trans in a time of HIV/AIDS. They also co-edited with Professor David Getsy a syllabus on trans and non binary methods for Art Journal which just recently received the 2022 CAA Art Journal Award. They also received a 2022-23 Beinecke Library short term research fellowship at Yale University. Interested in learning more about Che’s work, booking them for a reading or workshop, or otherwise co-conspiring? Send Che an email.
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