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dc.date.accessioned2020-03-26T09:39:19Z
dc.date.available2020-03-26T09:39:19Z
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grantor.nameEmory University
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grantor.acronymThe Emory University
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  • Roy, Deboleena (2018-11-04)
    "“Should feminists clone?” “What do neurons think about?” “How can we learn from bacterial writing?” These and other provocative questions have long preoccupied neuroscientist, molecular biologist, and intrepid feminist ...
  • Stewart, Dianne (2022)
    Dianne M. Stewart analyzes the sacred poetics, religious imagination, and African heritage of Yoruba-Orisa devotees in Trinidad from the mid-nineteenth century to the present.
  • Zambrana, Rocio (2021)
    Rocío Zambrana uses the current political-economic moment in Puerto Rico to outline how debt functions as both an apparatus that strengthens neoliberalism and the island's colonial relation to the United States.

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