Christina F. Kolias

Female Scholar - Ethical Educator - Student Advocate



Christina F. Kolias is a second-generation Greek-American scholar. She is a second-year English doctoral student at Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California. Christina received her BA in English and MA in English, both from California State University, Fullerton. Christina is currently working towards an Early Modern Studies Concentration while earning a Women’s and Gender Studies Certificate and a Certificate in College Teaching with Claremont Graduate University’s Preparing Future Faculty program. Christina’s areas of focus are in English Renaissance Literature, William Shakespeare, Edmund Spenser, Christopher Marlowe, and John Milton. Christina’s research interests include feminine psychology, critical race studies, sexuality and desire, the virgin trope, and self-actualization.

Christina is also the 2021-2022 Vice President of the Claremont Graduate Student Council. She is a mentor for the IGNITE: Claremont Graduate University Student Mentorship program and currently works as a Substitute Teacher for the Corona-Norco Unified School District. 

Photos provided by the talented - Katie Grier (@katiegrier) 


"Feminist politics aims to end domination to free us to be who we are — to live lives where we love justice, where we can live in peace. Feminism is for everybody."

~ bell hooks, Feminism Is for Everybody: Passionate Politics

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