Sidney Rose McCall
Ph. D. Student
Current Research: Slavery & Abolition, Black Environmental Memory, Ecosystems of White Supremacy
BioSidney Rose McCall (she/her/they) received her B.A. in English from North Carolina Wesleyan College (2018)
completed her M.A.S.S. at Florida A&M University (2020). Her research interests include examining (hu)manmade enviornments, ecosystems of white supremacy, and the relationship between imperialism, popular culture, and global fashion industries.
During the 2020-2022 season, Sidney Rose worked as a junior docent and arts administrative assistant at the Zora Neale Hurston National Museum of Fine Arts in Zora's hometown of Eatonville, Florida. Sidney currently serves as the first apprentice of William & Mary's very own Lemon Project and continues her community work with activists and organizers ranging from teachers and public intellectuals to birthworkers and transracial adoptees.