Ladies Of Misrule



Podcast by Ladies of Misrule


  • [en]gendered Promo

    08/04/2019 Duration: 22s

    Ever wondered how your community shapes you? Where you walk, how you make friends, what you do with your hair? Join co-producers Franny Parent, Karol Oveido, Kay Nilest, Natasha Roque-Rosario, and Stephanie Zhang as they uncover the connections between where you are and who you become. This is [en]gendered, a podcast from the Center for Women at Emory.

  • You See America Dancing Cumbia

    02/12/2017 Duration: 42min

    What does a hero look like? And how does it feel to finally see one who looks like you? Join Tiffany Del Valle, Tia Williams, and KJ Lewis as they discuss media representation for queer people of color and why characters like America Chavez, Marvel's first queer Latinx superhero, matter.

  • There's a Power That Comes in Knowing

    18/11/2017 Duration: 54min

    How do you know what you know? And who taught you what counts as knowledge? Join philosopher-activist Taína Figueroa, postcolonial theologian Kwok Pui Lan, and KJ Lewis as we talk about how our genders, cultures, and histories bring us to different forms of knowing—and resisting. Let's get unruly. You can learn more about Taína's initiative, #PrendeCiales, here:

  • Beyonce as Dooley/Dooley's Revenge

    03/11/2017 Duration: 51min

    Did Dooley's gender change, or did we change it for her? This is the second half of a two-part series on what Emory University's unofficial mascot can teach us about gender, agency, and community organizing. Join Center for Women at Emory director Chanel Craft Tanner, queer theologian Jane Nichols, and KJ Lewis in a conversation that manages to include references to both Beyonce and cyborgs. Let's get unruly.

  • Episode One: We All See Ourselves As Rebels

    21/10/2017 Duration: 39min

    ​For 118 years, Emory University’s unofficial mascot has taken the first name and middle initial of its current president. With the election of President Claire E. Sterk in the fall of 2016, the former Lord of Misrule revealed that she was now, in fact, a lady. But what's a lady, anyway? Ladies of Misrule amplifies the voices of women and femmes in the Emory community who trouble, subvert, and expand notions of ladyhood in the pursuit of a more just world.