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Professor McCune discusses his course, The Politics of Kanye West: Black Genius and Sonic Aesthetics and the importance of hip-hop culture and the ways Kanye West’s work helps us to examine the most pressing issues of our day.
Professor Rebecca Wanzo Brings Comics into Academia
Rebecca Wanzo talks about the upcoming panel on "Identity Narratives in Anti-Identity Times"
Jeffrey McCune interviewed regarding the new course on the "Politics of Kanye West: Black Genius and Sonic Aesthetics"
Associate Professor Jeffrey McCune writes about the film Moonlight
Lecturer Cynthia Barounis writes on "Alison Bechdel and Primetime’s “Mad” Women: A Closer Look at JML 39.4"
WashU Expert: Gender, power and the presidency Mary Ann Dzuback on the 2016 campaign
A 'Transgender' Primer and Conference Preview by Amy Cislo, PhD
Professors Rebecca Wanzo and Jeffrey McCune Discuss the 2nd Presidential Debate
Leveling the Economic Playing Field for LGBTQ Americans
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Julie Moreau NBC NEWS- Analysis: Why Clinton, Trump Are Reaching Out to LGBTQ Voters
Camera Obsura: Precarious-Girl Comedy: Issa Rae, Lena Dunham, and Abjection Aesthetics -Associate Professor Rebecca Wanzo
Associate Professor Rebecca Wanzo commentary on "What Does the Humanities Have to Do With It?"
Women and Science Focus Course listed in "One of the Coolest College Classes Giving Us Hope for the Next Generation" by Elle
Election of LGBTQ Officials Has Broad Impact, Study Finds
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Julie Moreau writes about DNC's Transgender Delegates Celebrate Advances, Recognize Challenges
Professor Andrea Friedman discusses "The History of Female Presidential Candidates"
Associate Professor Jeffrey McCune comments in St. Louis Post Dispatch in article 'Queer' is still derogatory to many, but more people are embracing the word as their identity
Why the Stakes Are So High for the Black Panther an analysis by Associate Professor Rebecca Wanzo
Associate Professor Rebecca Wanzo to speak at Cornell University, April 25, 2016 on "The Content of Our Caricature: Nat Turner, King, and the Frozen Aesthetics' of Black Heroism"
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