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Emily Lim Rogers

1 Mead Way Bronxville, NY 10708 (current) | 119 Wilmar Place NW Vienna, VA 22180 (permanent)
703 470 8980 | erogers@gm.slc.edu
EDUCATION
BA, Liberal Arts, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York
Expected May 2015
Concentrations: Cultural studies, queer studies
GPA: 4.00
AWARDS/HONORS: Sarah Lawrence Presidential Scholarship, September 2011 May 2015
RESEARCH INTERESTS
Science and technology studies, neoliberalism and the state, citizenship, cultures of national
security, medical sociology (esp. mental health), feminist theory, LGBT studies
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Research Assistant Sarah Lawrence College, Sociology
September 2014 present
Professor Shahnaz Rouse
Developed a yearlong course on securitization and the security state. Produced a syllabus in collaboration
with Professor Rouse on the cultures of national security.

Research Assistant Sarah Lawrence College, LGBT Studies


September 2014 present
Professor Julie Abraham
Compiled a bibliography of recent work in global queer studies to further development of a future course
that would integrate topics in queer studies in a non Euro-American context.

Teaching Assistant Sarah Lawrence College, Economics


September 2012 present
Professor Kim Christensen
Tutored Professor Christensens introductory economics students one-on-one in writing for the social
sciences. Assisted in the development, drafting, and editing of yearlong independent research projects
advised by Professor Christensen.

Research Fellow Leadership Alliance Mellon Initiative, The Humanities Initiative at New
York University
June 2014 August 2014
Researched cultural and social aspects of weather, advised by Professor Lisa Duggan of the Department of
Social and Cultural Analysis and produced a 12,000-word research paper on weather and national security
culture.

Research Fellow Columbia University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Summer
Research Program, Department of English and Comparative Literature
June 2013 August 2013
Produced a 9,000-word research paper, advised by Professor Sharon Marcus, on awareness campaigns for
veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and the production of docile bodies.

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Research Assistant Sarah Lawrence College Department of Sociology
January 2013 May 2013
Professor Vanessa Agard-Jones
Created slides, maps, and diagrams for presentations. Formatted an anthropology dissertation on sexuality,
gender, and biopolitics in Martinique, including the creation of Chicago-style footnotes and bibliography.

TALKS/PRESENTATIONS
Climates of Fear: Weather Culture and/as National Security Culture in the Post-9/11 United
States.
Leadership Alliance National Symposium, Stamford, CT, July 26, 2014
New Media Epidemiologies and the Communication of Illness.
Undergraduate Conference on Health and Society, Providence College, April 12, 2014
Mom, Im Like Kurt: The Politics of Media Representation and Glees Twenty-First
Century Sissy.
16th Annual Womens History Conference - The Newer Normal: Global Perspectives on Sexuality
and Gender, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY, March 1, 2014
Invisible Wounds or Invisible Politics? Neoliberalism, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and
Imagined US Vulnerability in the War on Terror.
Leadership Alliance National Symposium, Stamford, CT, July 27, 2013
Self-Made This Way: Fashioning Queer Identities Online in the Age of Gaga.
TEDXSLC, Bronxville, NY, April 24, 2013 (http://youtu.be/ht9KbzCjg70)
Boycott Jamaica: Transnational LGBT Activism and the White Gay Mans Burden.
Undergraduate Post-Colonial and Development Studies Conference, Sarah Lawrence College,
Bronxville, NY, March 8, 2013
WORK EXPERIENCE
Help Desk Support Sarah Lawrence College September 2013 present
Provided Sarah Lawrence College students and faculty with support for computer issues.

Database Designer Small Axe: A Caribbean Platform for Criticism January 2013 May 2013
Collaborated with journal editors and other staff to build a database to manage incoming article
submissions.

LEADERSHIP/SERVICE
Sarah Lawrence College Undergraduate Student Senate
Senior Class President September 2014 present
Curriculum Committee Senator September 2012 - May 2014
LGBT Studies Faculty Search Committee Chair of Student Interviewers Fall 2014
Responsible for coordinating student interviewers to assist in the selection of a new faculty member in nonWestern LGBT Studies.