Feminist Intersections Podcast- New Episode!

Message from Erin Baker, Media Relations Committee Chair:

I am thrilled to announce that we have finally published episode 2 of Feminist Intersections featuring Minha Kahn. You can find it here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1931436/12600776.

Creating and publishing a podcast is quite a journey. I am a bit of a perfectionist, especially when it comes to representing people and an organization that I care so much about in such a public space. After attempting to edit these episodes alone and realizing that I just don’t have the skills or the time, I decided to see what could be done about getting these interviews professionally edited.

We still have a few interviews to edit and publish, but I now have found a work rhythm with our audio engineer. Moving forward, we should have a new episode published every month!

And these interviews are so worth the wait! In the future you can look forward to hearing from the following amazing SWS members (in alphabetical order, not order of publication):

  • Tanya Cook
  • Manisha Desai
  • Gina Longo
  • Heba Sigurdardottir

Stay tuned for the announcement of May’s episode and please keep your eyes peeled for a call for more interviews in the next few months.

A quick shout-out to my co-host Whitney Hunt for everything she has done to help me through this process. I couldn’t have done this without her!

Minha Khan is a Sociologist of Education with a particular interest in educational access and opportunity. Her research has previously explored how schooling in a child’s non-native language can make learning inaccessible, how household and gender norms complicate accessing higher education for female students and the role of education in breaking the inheritance of despair in low-income families. Since graduating from Stanford University in 2021, Minha has been working as a Research and Design Consultant at Noora Health, USA, and The Citizens Foundation, Pakistan. She is also an incoming postgraduate student in Oxford University’s Social Policy and Intervention Department. In her free time, Minha enjoys drinking tea, having conversations, and trying to figure out how the world works.

To view Minha’s most recent work and to connect, please visit her LinkedIn profile:

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