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On Rural Queer Life with Carly Thomsen

Updated: Apr 2

Carly Thomsen is an Associate Professor of Gender, Sexuality, & Feminist Studies at Middlebury College. She works to delve deeper into ideas taken for granted by mainstream discourse, authoring the book 'Visibility Interrupted: Rural Queer Life and the Politics of Unbecoming' which explores the lives of queer women in rural upper Midwestern United States, and directing the film 'Plain Sight'.

In this interview, we spoke with Carly Thomsen about the mediums she uses to present her research, preconceived notions regarding rural queer life, and the interaction of these women with social movements.



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