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Readings in Afropessimism

This reading group is designed around the readings that frequently get pooled together under the heading of “Afropessimism”, including the works of Saidiya Hartman, Jared Sexton, and Frank Wilderson. The group is dedicated to reading the texts that influence these

Spring 2013: Comm 412: Critical Theory

Critical Theory with Professor Lawrence Grossberg Meets Tuesday/Thursday 9:30-10:45am • An introduction to the history and development of “THEORY” as the foundation for THINKING in the humanities and social sciences • A survey of modern and contemporary “continental” philosophy—from KANT,

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Spring 2013: Geography 813: Political Ecology

GEOG 813 Political Ecology with Dr. Gabriella Valdivia Meets Thursdays, 4:00-6:30pm Power structures, circulation and value, assemblages, networks and meshworks, apparatuses and government, imaginaries and embodiments, more-than-humans and cyborgs. This is a short-list of the explosion of concepts and approaches

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Queer Latin@ American Migration and Performance Studies

Queer Latin@ American Migration and Performance Studies A Duke-UNC inter-institutional Working Group currently recruiting members. The objective of this working group is to unite scholars and artists around issues of queerness and queer theory, performance studies and performance as research, and Latin

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CSA Conference, Chicago, May 2013

Beyond Interdisciplinarity: Interventions in Cultural Studies and the Arts