Robin Cremins

PhD student Robert Cremins

Robin Cremins

Ph.D. Student
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cremins.3@osu.edu

Education

  • M.A., Philosophy, Gender and Sexuality minor (concentration in Psychoanalysis), The New School for Social Research
  • B.S., Social Work, University of Tennessee
  • B.A., Religious Studies, University of Tennessee

Robin Cremins is a queer and gender non-binary settler Ph.D. student and Graduate Teaching Associate in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the Ohio State University. After completing a B.A. in Religious Studies and a B.S. in Social Work from the University of Tennessee, they went on to complete an M.A. in Philosophy at The New School for Social Research with a minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies and a concentration in Psychoanalysis. Cremins’ research specifically focuses on the complicities between settler colonialism and constructions of gender and sexuality. Their research genealogically interrogates how ostensibly universal discourses of gender and sexuality are constructed and employed to justify settler colonial and imperialist expansion narrated as progress.