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[CSSH EVENT] Faculty Works-in-Progress: Disruption & Displacement Fellows

Monday, December 7 12:00-1:00 pm EST Zoom

The Faculty Works-in-Progress Colloquium presents the 2020-2021 Disruption & Displacement Fellows on Monday, December 7, 12:00-1:00 pm EST via Zoom. WGSS Executive Committee member Heather Streets-Salter (History) will give a talk on “The Chill Before the Cold War.” WGSS affiliated faculty member Elizabeth Maddock Dillon (English, NULab) will give a talk on “Geographies of Reproduction: Gender & Racial Capitalism in the Atlantic World.” Elicia Cousins, a PhD candidate in Sociology will also give a talk on “Reproducing Invisibility: Contested Narratives About Radiation Health Effects After Fukushima.”

Register for the Zoom link here. Contact Gabrielle Fiorenza ( with questions.

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