K. Mohrman

K. Mohrman, a PhD candidate in American Studies at the University of Minnesota is the recipient of the Schochet Interdisciplinary Dissertation Fellowship in Queer, Trans, and Sexuality Studies. Her work has been published in Radical History Review and she is currently completing a dissertation titled, “Exceptionally Queer: Mormon Peculiarity and US (Sexual) Exceptionalism,” which analyzes the central role Mormonism has played in shaping American identity, culture, and nationalism through the production of sexual and racial normativity.

Articles by K. Mohrman

Black Deaths Matter? Sousveillance and the Invisibility of Black Life

October 31st, 2016