Embodied is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal at Stanford focusing on themes of feminism, gender, and sexuality. Founded in 2021, Embodied is a student-run initiative dedicated to facilitating discussion, inquiry, and scholarship in this historically overlooked field. The journal publishes original research, as well as academic papers, features, editorials, creative writing, and multimedia pieces. It welcomes submissions from undergraduates and co-terminal students at all academic institutions. Submission is not exclusive to Stanford affiliates.
This is only Embodied's second issue, but this journal has continued to grow. Repeatedly, our team has been amazed by the talent, passion, and dedication of students around the world in this field.
A special thanks to Stanford's Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies for supporting this project. An additional thank you to our journal's wonderful editorial team.
Kirsten Mettler ’23, Editor in Chief and Founder
Jessica Zhu ’24, Deputy Editor in Chief
Victoria Hsieh ’24, Senior Editorial Board
Angie Lopez ’23, Senior Editorial Board
E Ju Ro ’24, Senior Editorial Board
Jocelyn Thai ’23, Senior Editorial Board
Alisa Aleksanian ’25, Editorial Board
Marli Bosler ’24, Editorial Board
Nilou Davis ’25, Editorial Board
Kyla Figueroa ’24, Editorial Board
Lexi Kupor ’25, Editorial Board
Shreya Mehta ’26, Editorial Board
Isabella Meyn ’23, Editorial Board
Michelle Nguyen ’24, Editorial Board
Anna Perrone ’25, Editorial Board
Paloma Ronis von Helms ’25, Editorial Board
Isabella Saracco ’23, Editorial Board
Natalia Seniawski ’25, Editorial Board
Claudia Sung ’26, Editorial Board
Katherine Zhou ’24, Editorial Board
Sam Waddoups ’23, Editorial Board