Lindsay Grace Weber is a PhD researcher at the Institute for Cultural Inquiry (ICON), Utrecht University. Her research interests include materialist feminism & feminist (new) materialism, queer & trans Marxisms, and posthumanist knowledge production in Europe & North America academia. Lindsay’s current project uses feminist standpoint theories and epistemologies to explore the intellectual traditions of materialism and humanism that evolved contemporary new materialism and posthumanism. “The Reassembling of Things : Feminist Philosophy, Materialist Traditions & the Praxes of the Posthuman/ities” is supervised by dr. Kathrin Thiele and Prof. dr. Rosi Braidotti.
Lindsay holds a BA in Gender History from Wesleyan University (2009) and a RMA in Gender & Ethnicity from Utrecht University (2016). She has worked as a graduate instructor for the Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature program at the University of Minnesota (2016-2017), and has contributed her research and writing to the “Hacking Habitat: Art of Control” international art exhibition (2016) and to projects at CASCO Art Institute (Utrecht) and If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution (Amsterdam).