Editors - in - Chief
Paula is in her fourth year of a Law and Arts conjoint degree, majoring in Politics & International Relations and French. She was published in Edition 4 and joined the editorial team in 2016 as an editor and graphic designer, also designing the covers for Editions 5 and 6. In her spare time she enjoys painting, drinking coffee, and listening to 80s music.
Published in: Edition 4,
"The Paradox of Intersectionality"
Alika collects penguin classics, and Pop! Figures of female comic book characters. She earned her BA in Anthropology in 2015, and her her MA in Environmental Criminology in 2018. Her work focuses on pesticide use in New Zealand, and their effect on pollinators. When she isn't saving bees, she can be found playing music with The Dark Third and the Auckland City Scoundrels.
Published in: Edition 3,
"Facts, Figures and Fieldwork: Blurring the Lines Between Anthropology and Economics
Emily has recently graduated with an MA in French. Her research focussed on feminist language planning and policy in francophone countries. She is involved in a university tutoring programme, is currently a graduate teaching assistant, and plays flute in the Auckland Youth Symphonic Band. For fun, Emily enjoys eating cheesecake and shopping at Kmart.
Published in: Edition 8,
"From Universality to Specificity: Applying Deconstructionist Gestures to the Académie Française Polemic Concerning the Feminine Gender and Feminisation Initiatives in France"