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Autumn N. Bryan recently graduated Florida Atlantic University with an English Literature Bachelor’s degree, Honors Distinctions in Creative Writing and Research Literature and a specialization in Environmental Literature. She is a member of the Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society and recently completed her Honors Thesis “Escaping Spectacle through Animal’s Eyes and Approaching Activism: Victims of Violent Voyeurism in “Literary Humanitarianism”.” During her time at FAU, Bryan acted as student moderator for her university, providing advantageous discourse for social and environmental issues during the FAU Breezeway Dialogues, “Did Capitalism Cause Climate Change and is Green Capitalism the Solution?” Bryan’s article, “Pride for People and Planet: The Intersectionality of Climate Action and Queer/Trans Justice” was published by the international human rights organization Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security, and Conflict Transformation (WCAPS) Climate Change Working Group. She strives to further her academic pursuits and continue amplifying voices for change through environmental and literary activism as well as participation in community building.
Featured Read: Undergraduate Thesis, “Escaping Spectacle through Animal’s Eyes and Approaching Activism: Victims of Violent Voyeurism in “Literary Humanitarianism”
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Autumn became a published author of WCAPS in 2022.