J.L. Abraham (New York, NY) is a visual artist working in printmaking, as well as a writer and teacher of Queer Studies, different endeavors that inform one another. Her prints have been exhibited in the McNeese National Works on Paper Exhibition (2013 and 2015), McNeese State University, Lake Charles, LA; 10th Turner National Print Exhibition, Manhattan Graphics Center, New York, NY; as well as recent exhibitions with American Color Print Society, Philadelphia, PA; Los Angeles Printmakers, Los Angeles, CA;, and Washington Printmakers, Washington, DC. She has a BA from the University of Adelaide, South Australia, and an MA and a Ph.D. in Literature from Columbia University, New York, NY. She is the author of two books, Are Girls Necessary: Lesbian Writing and Modern Histories (2008) and Metropolitan Lovers: The Homosexuality of Cities (2009), in addition to numerous essays and reviews. Abraham teaches at Sarah Lawrence College, Yonkers, NY.
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