Robyn Wiegman, Professor of Literature and Women's Studies
|Office Location:|| 321 Boylston Ave East, Unit 407, Seattle, WA 98102|
|Office Phone:|| (919) 812-5147 |
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Teaching (Spring 2016):
Teaching (Fall 2016):
- Lit 892s.01, Publication workshop
- Friedl bdg 102, Tu 04:40 PM-07:10 PM
- (also cross-listed as WOMENST 892S.01)
- Lit 201.01, Intro global cultural studies
- West duke 202, TuTh 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
- Lit 890s.02, Seminars in lit (topics)
- Tba, Tu 03:05 PM-05:35 PM
- (also cross-listed as ENGLISH 890S.07)
- Office Hours:
- by appointment
- Ph.D. University of Washington 1988
- M.F.A. Indiana University at Bloomington 1984
- B.A. Indiana University at Bloomington 1981
- Research Interests:
Robyn Wiegman is Professor of Literature and Women's Studies and former Director of the Women's Studies Program at Duke from 2001-2007. She earned her Ph.D. in American Literature at the University of Washington in 1988. She has also taught at Syracuse University, Indiana University, and the University of California, Irvine. She has published two monographs---Object Lessons (2012) and American Anatomies: Theorizing Race and Gender (1995)---and five edited collections---Who Can Speak: Identity and Critical Authority (1995), Feminism Beside Itself (1995), AIDS and the National Body (1997), The Futures of American Studies (2002), and Women's Studies on Its Own(2002). Her textbook, Literature and Gender: Thinking Critically Through Poetry, Fiction, and Drama (and Teacher's Manual) appeared in 1999. She is also an editor, with Inderpal Grewal and Caren Kaplan of the Duke University book series, Next Wave: New Directions in Women's Studies. Wiegman's research interests include feminist theory, queer theory, American Studies, critical race theory, and film and media studies. She is currently completing Without Guarantee, which focuses on feminism's institutionalization of feminism in the U.S. academy, and preparing for two new projects: Racial Sensations, on affect and anti-racist aesthetics, and Arguments Worth Having, which engages debates in feminist and queer theory. She was co-director of the Dartmouth Summer Institute on American Studies from 1998-2004.
Recent Publications (More Publications)
- Curriculum Vitae
- A-M Makhulu. "Introduction." manualAIDS and the National Body: Essays by Thomas Yingling 115 (January,
2016): 1-7. [doi]
- R Wiegman. "Sex and Negativity, Or What Queer Theory has for You." Cultural Critique (2016).
- R Wiegman. "Wearing Out." English Studies in Canada (2016). [abs]
- R Wiegman. "The Times We’re In: Queer Feminist Criticism and Sedgwick’s Reparative Turn." manualReading Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick: Gender, Sexuality, Embodiment (2016).
- "Orgasmology: A Dossier." Feminist Formations (2016).