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Kate Harveston

Kate writes about culture, politics and just about anything else that piques her fiercely feminist interests! If you enjoy her writing, you can find her here at The Spread or on her blog, Only Slightly Biased.
Kate writes about culture, politics and just about anything else that piques her fiercely feminist interests! If you enjoy her writing, you can find her here at The Spread or on her blog, Only Slightly Biased.


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How Virtual Reality Is Changing the Entertainment Industry

By   March 26, 2019

Kate Harveston breaks down the ways in which virtual reality is changing the entertainment industry today, from the workplace to the theatre. Craving a getaway to Tahiti to sip umbrella drinks? What if you could do so by simply walking over to your computer or flipping on the TV? Wanting to experience one of the […]

How Millennial Preferences Are Changing Movies

By   February 27, 2019

Kate Harveston looks at how the youth of the present are rejecting the narratives and traditions of the past to forge the future of film. From shopping malls to casual dining restaurants, millennials possess the power to change our cultural landscape radically. While philosophers still wrangle with the question of whether art reflects life or […]

Have We Really Come That Far With Female Representation in Superhero Movies?

By   May 21, 2018

Kate Harveston takes a look at Hollywood’s comic book craze in relation to the Bechdel Test and asks if all the back-patting isn’t just a little premature. Avengers: Infinity War had the best opening weekend of all time and holds the new record for pre-sale box office sales. Starring seventy-six superheroes and supporting characters from the […]

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