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Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience, an online, juried journal that expands the feminist and critical intellectual legacies of science and technology studies into theory-intensive research, critique, and practice. Catalyst supports intersectional and transnational […]
Back row, from left to right, Karna Wong, Nina Flores, Preeti Sharma, Jessica Lynne Harris, and Naazneen Diwan; front row, from left to right, Merima Tricic, Adella Gorgen, Rosie Vartyter Aroush, Jasmine Phillips, and Tira Okamoto. Not pictured: Cassia Roth, […]
Jessica Gipson, Assistant Professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences in the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, conducts research on maternal and child health, women’s empowerment, and sexual […]
With a primary research focus on stress processes in pregnancy, Christine Dunkel Schetter, Professor in the Department of Psychology, Chair of the Health Psychology training program, and Director of the […]
Director of UCLA’s Bixby Program in Population and Reproductive Health and Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences in the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, Paula […]
In her book project on “Racial Immanence: Chicano Bodies Beyond Representation,” Marissa K. López, Associate Professor in the Department of English, asks how theories of embodiment illuminate racialization within Chicana/o […]
The research activities of Purnima Mankekar, Associate Professor in the Departments of Gender Studies and Asian American Studies, engage interdisciplinary theories of affect at the interstices of transnational cultural, gender, […]
Jenny Sharpe The Archive and Affective Memory in M. NourbeSe Philip’s Zong! Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 16:4 (2013), 465–482. When Spirits Talk: Reading Erna Brodber’s Louisiana for Affect. […]
Held in November, the 2014 Human Rights Archives Symposium featured a series of scholarly and professional presentations on the topic of affect in the archive. The goal of the symposium […]
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