photography, gender and sexuality, alienation, and subjectivity
Collin Hawley holds a Bachelor of Arts in photography and film studies as well as a Master of Arts in humanities with a concentration in cultural studies from Milligan University in Johnson City, TN. His research draws heavily from his practical experience with analog photography and examines the intersection of vision, power, gender, sexuality, and subject formation through visual technologies. Currently he is a doctoral student in George Mason’s cultural studies program.
HNRS 110: Fundamentals of Research and Inquiry
HNRS 122: Visual Culture and Cosmic Horror