Wahneema Lubiano
  • Wahneema Lubiano

  • Associate Professor
  • African & African American Studies
  • 243 Ernestine Friedl Bldg., Rm. G
  • Campus Box 90252
  • Phone: (919) 681-2843
  • Fax: (919) 684-3598
  • Specialties

    • African-American Literature
    • Cultural Studies
  • Research Summary

    Race Studies and Critical Theory
  • Research Description

    Associate Professor of African and African American Studies and Literature (Ph.D., Stanford, 1987). Before coming to Duke she taught at Princeton, the University of Texas at Austin, and Williams College. Her essays and articles have been published in Social Text, Cultural Critique, boundary 2, American Literary History, Callaloo, New Engladn Quarterly, among other publications. She is author of the forthcoming books Messing With the Machine: Politics, Form and African-American Fiction and Like Being Mugged by a Metaphor: "Deep Cover" and Other "Black" Fictions, and editor of The House That Race Built: Black Americans, U.S. Terrain (1996). Her current research interests include African-American literature, African-American popular culture and film, womens' studies, black intellectual history, and nationalism.
  • Education

      • PhD,
      • Stanford University,
      • 1987
  • Recent Publications

      • W. Lubiano.
      • (2013).
      • Affect and Rearticulating the Racial "Un-sayables".
      • Cultural Anthropology
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      • [web]
      • W. Lubiano with Jeremy Dean.
      • (Spring, 2008).
      • "Black Studies, Multiculturalism, and Airport Bookshops: An Interview with Wahneema Lubiano".
      • e3w Review of Books
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      • 56-59.
      • University of Texas, Austin.
      • (Spring, 2008).
      • Black Studies, Multiulturalism, and Airport Bookshops: An Interview with Wahneema Lubiano.
      • e3w Review of Books
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      • 8
      • ,
      • 56-59.
      • W. Lubiano.
      • (2008).
      • "Race, Class, and the Politics of Death" (revised & reprinted).
      • In Mark Schuller & Nandini Gunewardena (Eds.),
      • Capitalizing on Catastrophe: The Globalization of Disaster Assistance
      • AltaMira Press.
      • R. Wiegman, W. Lubiano, and M. Hardt.
      • (2007).
      • "In the Afterlife of the Duke Case".
      • Social Text
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  • PhD Students

    • Abbie Langston
      • Status: PostPrelim
      • Thesis: Preliminary Examination Committee
    • Jenn Williamson
    • Ali Neff
    • Serena Sebring
    • Raphael Ginsburg
    • Lisa Klarr
    • Alvaro Reyes
      • 2003-2009
      • Status: PostPrelim
    • Karen Francis-McWhite
    • Sara Appel
    • Beatriz Llenin-Figueroa
    • Serena Sebring
    • Alisha Peay
    • Maleda Belilgne
    • Aisha Gaines
    • Stephane Robolin
      • 1999-2006
      • Status: Graduated
    • Mendi Lewis
      • 1998-2006
      • Status: Graduated
    • Rebecca Wanzo
      • 1999-2006
      • Status: Graduated
    • Greg Hampton
      • 1996-2003
      • Status: Graduated
    • David Freeman
      • 1996-2002
      • Status: Graduated
    • Jene Lee
      • 1998-2005
      • Status: Graduated
    • Evie Shockley
      • 1998-2004
      • Status: Graduated
    • Candace Jenkins
      • 1998-2004
    • Eric Owens
      • 2006 - present
      • Status: PostPrelim
    • Michelle Koerner
      • 2005 - 2010
      • Status: PostPrelim
    • Kara Keeling
      • 2002
      • Status: Graduated
    • Michael Innis
      • 2002 - 2006
      • Status: Graduated
    • Amy Frykholm
      • 2000 - 2004
      • Status: Graduated
    • Meg Sweeney
      • 1998 - 2005
      • Status: Graduated
    • Alexis Gumbs
      • 20082010 - present
  • Teaching

    • AAAS 345S.01
      • MASS INCARCERATION/CITIZENSHIP
      • Friedl Bdg 240
      • TuTh 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
    • AAAS 642S.01
      • GLOBAL INEQUALITY RESEARCH
      • Friedl Bdg 118
      • W 11:45 AM-02:15 PM