Jasmine Rault


Assistant Professor in Culture and Media at Eugene Long College at The New School in New York City. Rault works on themes of feminist and queer affective and cultural economies and has new work in ephemera, “The Labour of Being Studied in o Free Love Economy” (with T.L. Cowan, 2014); Women's Studies Quarterly on racialized queer debt and the politics of history-making (with Cowan, 2014); and Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media and Technology on designing trans- feminist and queer online archives (with Cowan and Dayna Mcleod, 2014). Rault’s first book is Eileen Gray and the Design of Sapphic Modernity: Staying ln (2011). Her current book project is on the Transnational Mediations of Feminist and Queer Affect: The Arts of Activism in the Americas.