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The Academic Feminist: Koritha Mitchell on lynching, LGBT violence, and love

TweetWelcome back, Academic Feminists. This month’s edition features Koritha Mitchell, Associate Professor of English at The Ohio State University. Her research, which is focused on African-American literature, racial violence, and black drama and performance, has been supported by the Ford Foundation and the American Association of University Women (AAUW). Here, Koritha discusses her award-winning book, [...]
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The Academic Feminist: Advocating for Contingent Faculty’s Rights with Marisa Allison

TweetWelcome back, Academic Feminists! This edition of the Academic Feminist features Marisa Allison, doctoral student in Public and Applied Sociology at George Mason University and a Researcher at the New Faculty Majority Foundation (NFMF), the research arm of the New Faculty Majority. Her research and advocacy work address the academic labor conditions of adjunct and [...]
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The Academic Feminist: Summer at the Archives with Chicana por mi Raza

TweetWelcome back, Academic Feminists, to this back-to-school edition of our Summer at the Archives series! This edition features an interview with Maria Cotera, Associate Professor in the Departments of American Culture, Latino/Latina Studies and Women’s Studies at the University of Michigan. Cotera took time out (from collecting archival materials, in fact!) to talk about her [...]
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The Academic Feminist: Summer at the archives with the Visibility Project

TweetWelcome back, Academic Feminists! The second in our Summer at the Archives series features Mia Nakano, lead artist at the Visibility Project, a national portrait and video project dedicated to documenting the voices of Queer Asian American women, trans, and gender non-conforming people. Mia discusses her motivation for the project, and talks about both the [...]
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The Academic Feminist: Summer at the Archives

TweetWelcome back, Academic Feminists. I’m excited to present the first in a three-part series: Summer at the Archives, because, well, if you’re an academic feminist, you probably can’t think of a better way to spend the summer! Kicking things off is an interview with Lisa Darms, Senior Archivist at the Fales Library & Special Collections [...]
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