As an academic, artist and activist, Natalie Gallagher is moved by experiences of collective resistance and the collective unconscious. She received her M.A. ('19) in Dispute Resolution with a Graduate Certificate concentration in Peace and Conflict Studies from Wayne State University, as well as a B.A. ('15) in International Relations from Grand Valley State University. Now a Social Science PhD student at Maxwell, her research interests include social change, feminist theory, and the pedagogy of revolt. She seeks to make post-disciplinary contributions and understandings to the praxis of counter-hegemonic resistance.