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Cori Schumacher Archive

Tuesday

18

November 2014

1

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A Visible History of Women’s Surfing

Written by , Posted in History, Surfeminism

“A culture that cultivates silence for half of its population is not a healthy culture, even if the silence is unintentionally cultivated.” As a kid who was dragged along by my parents to events during the longboard renaissance in the late-1980s through the 1990s, I had the opportunity to mingle with the legends of surfing. […]

Wednesday

24

September 2014

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ROXY Pro Trailer: One Year Later

Written by , Posted in Deconstructing Surfing, Feminism, Surfeminism

© Maria Cerda

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 […]

Friday

25

July 2014

3

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Wednesday

23

July 2014

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Wednesday

25

June 2014

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The Desire for the Oceanic

Written by , Posted in Deconstructing Surfing, Surfing

James Jean, Wave II

“…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

6

June 2014

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“Riding Waves, Forging Communities”

Written by , Posted in Feminism, Surfing

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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 […]

Friday

9

May 2014

1

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Surf Splendor Interview (Podcast)

Written by , Posted in Interviews/Articles, Surfing

Last week I met up with David Scales of Surf Splendor for a conversation about everything from my many exits and returns in competitive surfing to burning journals to the film OUT in the Lineup to the current state of women’s surfing. What transpires is one of the most candid interviews I have given. Many […]

Wednesday

7

May 2014

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