Brown University's LGBTQ Center is an interdisciplinary, social-justice space committed to fostering liberatory scholarship produced by graduate students. With that in mind, Undone: A Legacy of Queer (Re)imaginings emerged. To undo is to radically disrupt normative logics. To undo is to be messy, playful, intimate. To undo is the intentional and collective dismantling of what once was to make something anew. Although this project will produce new visions, we honor and draw from a legacy of queer and trans communities’ works of undoing.
Undone is an interdisciplinary, scholarly, peer-reviewed journal for graduate students and post-docs, edited by graduate students. This project will promote the development of young scholars and creatives by providing an accessible space to contribute to, and unsettle, existing intellectual communities. We serve graduate students and post-docs by providing an opportunity to critically engage with issues pertaining to queer, trans, and non-binary narratives as they intersect with other identities and experiences through academic writing, visual art, poetry, fiction and non-fiction.