~Cori Schumacher: State of Flux~

Wednesday

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October 2014

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Nº5: #theonethatIwant ?

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The new advert for Chanel Nº5, which features Gisèle Bündchen digitally surfing on a wax-less, black board, is making its way through the surf-o-sphere with commentary about how cheesy it is, but it may be the perfect representation of the desired trajectory of women’s surfing as it was created and disseminated by the surf industry […]

Wednesday

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September 2014

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ROXY Pro Trailer: One Year Later

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One year ago, the loudest and most visible conversation in surfing revolved around how women are represented by surf brands. Women of all ages, from every corner of the world and from every background you can imagine (lawyers, teachers, mothers, daughters, athletes of every kind), along with grandfathers, fathers, and our brothers, stood together, over […]

Tuesday

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July 2014

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Friday

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July 2014

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Wednesday

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July 2014

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Wednesday

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June 2014

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The Desire for the Oceanic

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“…they have this agility that enables them to fuse desire and action in one single movement, which frees them from ignoble gravity.”-Banville, Mémoires et pantomimes des frères Hanlon Lees “…speaks to pre-subject desire, for multiplicity of experience, for the moment, against the fixed identity that is self-same throughout time, that orders experience rather than dancing […]

Friday

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June 2014

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“Riding Waves, Forging Communities”

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“Two generations of feminists helped to build the sport, and now a more racially diverse, third generation looks to expand the women’s surfing community to numbers never before seen and with a pro-environment socially conscious transnational awareness.” -Riding Waves, Forging Communities: Surfing, Gender, and Feminism in 20th Century California Does it feel like a tide […]

Wednesday

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June 2014

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Constructing a History of Women’s Surfing

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“Those who don’t preserve their history end up with their stories told incorrectly or not told at all. It’s incumbent upon all of us to know women’s surfing history and tell it whenever we can.” -Mary Mills The History of Women’s Surfing has not been written. What little history we do have is littered among […]