Six graduate students working within media studies reflect upon their experiences and studies evidencing a shared attention to the “in-betweens” of identity formation, graduate school, disciplines, and professional practices. All seek and speak with a queer voice to address how power plays out in graduate school, often in the minute exercises of discipline and learning understood through sexual metaphors. The authors also exhibit a noteworthy interest and investment in popular culture that leads each to consider the larger implications of their intellectual work.

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