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Feminist Theory Workshop 2015

Registration is now open for the Ninth Annual Feminist Theory Workshop which will take place March 20 and 21 at Duke University. Read More...
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Left of Black features Nicole Fleetwood

Left of Black S5:E16: On Prison Art, Public Culture and Racial Icons Left of Black host and Duke University Professor Mark Anthony Neal (@NewBlackMan) is joined in-studio by Professor Nicole Fleetwood, who talks about her forthcoming project Carceral Aesthetics: Prison Art and Public Culture. Fleetwood… Read More...
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Great Spring 2015 courses

Check out all of Women's Studies great spring 2015 courses for undergrads and graduate students. Read More...
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Renata Salecl to teach Spring 2015 course Psychoanalysis & Neuroscience

Visiting Professor Renata Salecl will teach WST 770 this spring. Salecl argues that the modern, capitalism-driven imperative to become masters of our own lives leads to personal and social paralysis. We are obsessed with the impossible ideal of perfection and with others’ regard for us… Read More...
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Provost Postdoctoral Fellowships: A Pipeline to Academe

Annabel Kim didn't come to Duke on a two-year postdoctoral fellowship planning to "blow up" her dissertation, but she did and now she says it's made her excited about starting an academic career. A French literature scholar, Kim is one of four new Provost Postdoctoral… Read More...
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WST270.01 Animals & Ethics Student, Kameron Schroeder, on why Finning Bans Have Failed

In EcoWatch, Kameron Schroeder writes that after a meeting in Genoa, Italy on Nov. 17, the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) failed to implement a U.S.-proposed measure to eliminate the practice of shark finning. ICCAT currently has 49 contracting governments and,… Read More...
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Nicole Fleetwood on "Posing in Prison"

Prof Nicole Fleetwood returns to Duke on November 21, 2014, to discuss her work "Posing in Prison," where she examines vernacular photography and studio portraiture that take place inside U.S. prisons through an investigation of the production practices and the circulation of these images in… Read More...

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