Anna E. Lindner



Anna (MA in Media, Culture, and Communication, New York University) is a second-year Communication Studies doctoral student. Her work has focused on historical approaches to intersectional feminisms, slavery and resistance enacted by African-descended women in Cuba, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic, and decolonial theory. She is currently interested in critical whiteness studies, specifically to understand racial terms used in nineteenth-century Cuba, and whites' roles in racial justice education, in both activist and scholarly circles. On the off chance she isn't studying, you can find Anna lifting weights, running, or catching up on TV shows.

Recent Publications

Lindner, A (2018). Defining whiteness: Perspectives on privilege. Gnovis - Georgetown University's Journal of Communication, Culture & Technology (CCT), 18(2), 43-5.