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Wahneema H. Lubiano, Associate Professor of African & African American Studies and Literature

Wahneema H. Lubiano
Contact Info:
Office Location:  243G
Office Phone:  (919) 681-2843
Email Address: send me a message

Teaching (Fall 2018):

  • AAAS 390.01, SPECIAL TOPICS Synopsis
    Friedl Bdg 240, WF 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
    (also cross-listed as GSF 390.01, LIT 390.01)
  • AAAS 780S.01, TEACHING RACE, TEACHING GENDER Synopsis
    Friedl Bdg 126, W 06:15 PM-08:45 PM
    (also cross-listed as GSF 780S.01, HISTORY 780S.01, LIT 780S.01)
Education:

Ph.D.Stanford University1987
M.A.Stanford University1987
B.A.Howard University1979
Specialties:

African-American Literature
Cultural Studies
Research Interests: Race Studies and Critical Theory

Associate Professor of African and African American Studies and Literature (Ph.D., Stanford, 1987). Before coming to Duke she taught at Princeton, the University of Texas at Austin, and Williams College. Her essays and articles have been published in Social Text, Cultural Critique, boundary 2, American Literary History, Callaloo, New Engladn Quarterly, among other publications. She is author of the forthcoming books Messing With the Machine: Politics, Form and African-American Fiction and Like Being Mugged by a Metaphor: "Deep Cover" and Other "Black" Fictions, and editor of The House That Race Built: Black Americans, U.S. Terrain (1996). Her current research interests include African-American literature, African-American popular culture and film, womens' studies, black intellectual history, and nationalism.

Current Ph.D. Students   (Former Students)

  • Abbie Langston  
  • Jenn Williamson  
  • Ali Neff  
  • Serena Sebring  
  • Raphael Ginsburg  
  • Lisa Klarr  
  • Alvaro Reyes  
  • Karen Francis-McWhite  
  • Sara Appel  
  • Beatriz Llenin-Figueroa  
  • Serena Sebring  
  • Alisha Peay  
  • Maleda Belilgne  
  • Aisha Gaines  
  • Stephane Robolin  
  • Mendi Lewis  
  • Rebecca Wanzo  
  • Greg Hampton  
  • David Freeman  
  • Jene Lee  
  • Evie Shockley  
  • Candace Jenkins  
  • Eric Owens  
  • Michelle Koerner  
  • Kara Keeling  
  • Michael Innis  
  • Amy Frykholm  
  • Meg Sweeney  
  • Alexis Gumbs  
Recent Publications   (More Publications)

  1. Lubiano, W, ‘Stuart Hall’ (Wahneema Lubiano Comments, Stuart Hall Event, 17 March 2014), Cultural Studies, vol. 29 no. 1 (January, 2015), pp. 12-16 [doi]
  2. LUBIANO, W, AFFECT AND REARTICULATING THE RACIAL “UN-SAYABLES”, Cultural Anthropology, vol. 28 no. 3 (August, 2013), pp. 540-543 [pdf], [doi]
  3. Hardt, M; Lubiano, W, Obama and the Left at Midterm: Introduction, South Atlantic Quarterly, vol. 110 no. 1 (January, 2011), pp. 233-234 [doi]
  4. W. Lubiano with Jeremy Dean, "Black Studies, Multiculturalism, and Airport Bookshops: An Interview with Wahneema Lubiano", e3w Review of Books, vol. 8 (Spring, 2008), pp. 56-59, University of Texas, Austin
  5. with Lubiano, AW; Lubiano, W; Dean, J, Black Studies, Multiulturalism, and Airport Bookshops: An Interview with Wahneema Lubiano"Black Studies, Multiculturalism, and Airport Bookshops: An Interview with Wahneema Lubiano", e3w Review of Books, vol. 8 (Spring, 2008), pp. 56-59


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