Videography Fellow: Stephanie M. Anderson

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Stephanie M. Anderson is a doctoral candidate in the Social Personality Psychology Program. She earned her Master’s degrees in Psychology and Philosophy from the Graduate Center and Bachelor’s degrees in Religion and Psychology from Kalamazoo College. Within her academic pursuits, Stephanie has been interested in using film throughout the research process and in particular as a means to engage in public discourse. She recently completed a Graduate Certificate in Documentary Media Studies at The New School and her final documentary short, Purple Shoelaces, premiered at the HBO Theatre in May, 2012. The film is a portrait of the Women’s Division of the New York City Gay Basketball League and explores experiences of gender, sexuality, and camaraderie on and off the court. The film has screened at academic conferences internationally. She is currently working on expanding the film and plans to release final short in Spring, 2014. Stephanie’s dissertation research examines the role of gender (non)conformity in experiences of antigay discrimination against sexual-minorities.


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