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Splash Biography



LILY GELLMAN, Princeton sophomore in American Studies and GSS




Major: American Studies

College/Employer: Princeton

Year of Graduation: 2017

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Past Classes

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A314: Identifying and Creating Feminist Media in Splash Spring 15 (Apr. 25, 2015)
Are you discouraged by a dearth of strong female representation in the TV shows you watch and the books you read? Are you tired of sexist microaggressions in popular culture? Do you lament the lack of movies that pass the Bechdel test? Or maybe you aren't sure what I'm talking about, but either way, it's important to you to learn how to write complex female characters and establish rich creative universes in your work where women do not play second fiddle to men. In this class, we will interrogate our understandings of what might constitute "feminist media," and use a variety of cultural materials to develop a broad definition that works for all of us. In the final 1/3 of class, you can choose to develop your own concept for a TV show, story, film, etc, and we can make our own media!