Gabriel Ojeda-Sagué

Cohort Year: 2018
Research Interests: Sexuality Studies; Queer Theory; Pornography; 20th/21st Century Literature; Race and Ethnicity


Gabriel Ojeda-Sagué is a poet and doctoral candidate, originally from Miami, FL. As a poet, he is most recently the author of Madness (Nightboat Books, 2022). His academic research interests focus on gay men’s media cultures and the aesthetics of gay pornography. His dissertation in progress is titled “The Gender of Gay Men” and it investigates how gay male sexuality has provoked a variety of gendered positions, identifications, and allegiances in the 20th and 21st centuries. 


Spring 2023: Intro to Porn Studies
Spring 2022: Intro to Black Studies, Course Assistant to Sophia Azeb
Fall 2021: Theories of Gender and Sexuality, Co-teacher with Kristen Schilt
Spring 2021: Genre Fundamentals: Intro to Fiction, Course Assistant to Sianne Ngai

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