Shebati Sengupta ’19

Shebati Sengupta ’19 is a critical social thought major and an English minor from Ashland, Massachusetts. She recently finished working on an art installation and her thesis, plus her goal of enjoying her last semester as much as possible. On campus, she’s the co-chair of Conscious Poets Society and a liaison for the Program in Critical Social Thought. She loves most kinds of writing, especially poetry. She also loves reading theory and then overanalyzing everything, watching movies and TV shows, and eating Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal.

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May 20, 2019

(Re)framed: collaborative reflections on migration

What do you think about when you hear the word “home”? What about the word “migration,” or “belonging”? What do you think other people associate with these words? These are some of the questions I explored my senior year. And, in typical Mount Holyoke fashion, my exploration spilled out of the classroom and into completely unexpected spaces.

Over the spring semester, my friend Anya Nandkeolyar ’19 and I designed, created and exhibited an art installation in the Blanchard Art Gallery, which ran April 15–24. We sourced materials from places we’d never been and found support all over campus.

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