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Laurie N McIntosh, Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology and Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies

Laurie N McIntosh
Office Location:  East Duke Building
Office Phone:  (919) 684-5012
Email Address:  send me a message

Teaching (Fall 2019):

  • Culanth 432s.01, Gender, sex & citizenship Synopsis
    Friedl bdg 118, M 03:05 PM-05:35 PM
    (also cross-listed as GSF 432S.01, ICS 428S.01, RIGHTS 428S.01, SXL 432S.01)
  • Culanth 750s.01, Citizenship Synopsis
    West duke 108a, Tu 03:05 PM-05:35 PM
Education:

  • Ph.D. Harvard University 2009
  • MA Harvard University 2004

Specialties:

Europe
Migration
Nationalism
Gender
Race
Legal Anthropology
Urban Anthropology
Subjectivity
Research Interests: Europe, Immigration, Race and Gender, Transnationalism, Governmentality, Phenomenology

Laurie McIntosh is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cultural Anthropology at Duke University. She holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from Harvard University. Professor McIntosh specializes in the anthropology of Europe, migration, critical race and gender studies, and film and visual studies. Her research explores the ethics and politics of immigrant integration policies, state governance and moral experience, the epistemology of global aging, and the ideological mainstreaming of extremist political movements. Her ongoing projects investigate multiculturalism in Norway, the detention and expulsion of asylum-seekers in Spain, and a comparative exploration of elder subjectivity and sociality, transborder citizenship, and the politics of care amongst aging populations in Europe and Canada.

Recent Publications
  1. McIntosh, L. "Impossible presence: race, nation and the cultural politics of ‘being Norwegian’." Ethnic and Racial Studies 38:2 (January, 2015): 309-325. [doi]  [abs]
  2. McIntosh, L. "Before and after: Terror, extremism and the not-so-new Norway." African and Black Diaspora: an International Journal 7:1 (January, 2014): 70-80. [doi]  [abs]

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