Independent Research Project: “The Politics of the Glass Case.”
Whitney graduated from Antioch College with a B.A. in Communications and from CEU/Utrecht University with a dual M.A. with honors in Gender Studies (GEMMA Scholarship). Whitney has a background in community media, youth work, organizing, academic writing, and pedagogy. As a student in the WGSE program, Whitney was able to build a relationship with Utrecht University, through which they learned of and was accepted to the international M.A. Gender Studies program GEMMA. Currently, Whitney works as the curator of the Fellowship program at BAK, Basis voor actuele kunst in Utrecht, incorporating her experience and education with the space of art so as to embellish and enact relevant and less oppressive models for being together. Whitney also works on B.A.K’s current trajectory Propositions for Non-Fascist Living (2017–ongoing). Whitney lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.