From the MIT Technology Review’s alumni notes comes this piece on Parmesh Shahani, CMS master’s class of 2005.
Why Gay Employees Need to Come Out
“I would never have imagined in July 2009 that by 2011, I would be sitting at the Google office in Bangalore, giving a talk to the Indian Gayglers.”
Disco Jalebi: An Ethnographic Exploration of Gay Bombay
I explore what being gay means to the members of Gay Bombay and how they negotiate locality and globalization, their sense of identity as well as a feeling of community within its online/offline world.
Mask or Closet, or, “Under the Hood”: Metaphors and Representations of Homosexuality in American Superhero Comics After 1985
An examination of the changing representation of male homosexuality in American superhero comics between the years 1986 and 2003.