Not Just Girls, Not Just Rock
Girls Rock Carbondale is a radical youth program that promotes self-esteem and expression for young girls and genderfluid kids throughout the Southern Illinois community. Using participant observation and in-depth interviewing, Crawshaw's study, Not Just Girls, Not Just Rock, considers how kids contribute to feminist social movements while challenging and, at times, reproducing gendered, raced, sexualized, and classed hegemonic norms.
Trisha Crawshaw is a doctoral candidate in Sociology at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. She studies gender, inequality, and resistance in social movements and youth culture. Her work has been published in Contexts, Fat Studies, and Research in Social Movements, Conflict, and Change. She is also a contributing author in the latest volume of Advanced Gender Research: Gender and the Media.
GIRLS ROCK THE STAGE AND SMASH THE PATRIARCHY
Trisha Crawshaw on a rock camp helping eqip kids to resist gender norms, acknowledge privilege, and confront racism.
ROCK AND ROLLS: EXPLORING BODY POSITIVITY AT GIRLS ROCK CAMP
Fat Studies, 2019
Trisha Crawshaw explores different ways Girls Rock campers push-back against fat stereotypes. While this push-back creates dialogue around size privilege and oppression, organizational obstacles for fat bodies result in conflicting messages about body positivity.
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