Che Gossett Visiting Fellow
Che Gossett is a Black non-binary writer. They are currently an associate director of the Center for Research in Feminist, Queer and Transgender Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. They are also a postdoc at the Center for Contemporary Critical Thought at Columbia University, as well as a visiting fellow at Harvard Law School’s Animal Law and Policy Program. They are spending fall semester 2023 as a visiting assistant professor at Pacific Northwest College of Art and as a visiting scholar at Stanford University, in the department of Comparative Literature.
Currently Che is finishing two manuscripts for Duke University Press—the first being a political biography of AIDS activist Kiyoshi Kuromiya, and the second emerging out of their dissertation, theorizing the ways in which abolition is activated in Black contemporary art.