Lucy Hoard-Jackson

Lucy Hoard-Jackson

Graduate Student, 2016 Cohort

About Lucy Hoard-Jackson

Lucy Hoard-Jackson is a Black queer woman native to the Chicagoland area. She received her Bachelor's of Arts degree from a small, Midwestern liberal arts college. While in college, she discovered her life's calling: the need to fight for the rights of Black queer folks. After conducting her second extensive research project as a McNair scholar, she decided to pursue a doctorate degree in Gender Studies. The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program helped her hone her research skills and boost her confidence in the hopes of earning the terminal degree in her chosen field of study.

Education History

M.A., Gender Studies; Minor: History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine, Indiana University - Bloomington

Research Interests

pregnancy and disease; life/death binary; feminist science and technology studies; feminist history and philosophy of science; Black feminist thought