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Sari Altschuler Featured in “Feminists Theorize COVID-19: A Symposium”

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“Movements and conditions brig wide-scale change–and not just the changes people who get involved are expecting.”

Associate Professor of English Sari Altschuler has been featured in an open access symposium hosted by Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society speaking on COVID-19 and the language of racism, co-written with Duke University Professor Priscilla Wald. Explore the symposium in its entirety here.

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