Che Gossett

Racial Justice Postdoctoral Fellow, IJS

Che Gossett is a Black non binary femme writer and critical theorist specializing in queer/trans studies, aesthetic theory, abolitionist thought and black study. They received their doctorate in Women's and Gender Studies from Rutgers University, New Brunswick in May 2021. They received a BA in African American Studies from Morehouse College, an MAT in Social Studies from Brown University, an MA in History from the University of Pennsylvania and were a 2019-2020 Helena Rubenstein Fellow in the Whitney Independent Study Program.  

Che recently received a Ruth Stephan Fellowship from Beinecke Library at Yale University for the summer of 2022. Che will also be a visiting fellow at Harvard Law School's Animal Law and Policy Program for the fall 2022 semester.  Spring semester 2023 they will be spending time at Oxford University, as a visiting fellow at  the Centre for Life-Writing at Wolfson College and the Rothermere American Institute, as well as the Centre for Visual Culture at the University of Cambridge.