Eileen G'Sell

Eileen G'Sell's cultural criticism and poetry have been featured in Flavorpill, Belt Magazine, DIAGRAM, the Boston Review, and Conduit, among other publications. She is Film & Media editor at The Rumpus and she teaches writing, film, and poetry at Washington University in St. Louis.

"Mid90s" exposes the violence of boyhood: Teen trauma is a masculine rite of passage, too Eileen G'Sell
Lessons of "Generation Wealth": In an age of excess, it's women who lose Eileen G'Sell
Robert F. Kennedy and Mister Rogers: Two icons of masculine empathy sorely missed today Eileen G'Sell
Man up, ladies! How "GLOW" exposes "manliness" as an elaborate, fragile front Eileen G'Sell
Feminist flamethrowers: Laura Kipnis, Camille Paglia and the modern sex wars Eileen G'Sell
Posh taste, poor timing: Does Victoria Beckham's Target fashion democratize luxury or glorify gratuitous wealth? Eileen G'Sell
A canon round for democracy: The literati’s power in a populist era is limited, but vital Eileen G'Sell
Lessons from Ronda Rousey vs. Amanda Nunes: What 48 seconds of fighting can teach us about gender, sexuality and race in UFC Eileen G'Sell
"Dapper" and dangerous: The ugly history of glamorizing white nationalism Eileen G'Sell
The pop-culture progress myth Eileen G'Sell
The new "Inconvenient Truth": Leonardo DiCaprio's new documentary wants to challenge climate change skeptics Eileen G'Sell
Rise of the sane and angry woman: “Girl on the Train” is the 2016 rejoinder to “Fatal Attraction” Eileen G'Sell
The motherhood cure-all: “The Light Between Oceans” illuminates a reckless romance with adoption fallacies Eileen G'Sell
The Bourne Masculinity: Matt Damon's hyper-aggressive, emotionally fragile "good guy with a gun" Eileen G'Sell
A tale of two It Girls: Chloë Sevigny, Greta Gerwig and the generational likability divide Eileen G'Sell