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Bettina Judd (she/her/hers)

Assistant Professor
Photo of Prof. Bettina Judd in natural light.

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PDL B110 S
Office Hours: 
By appointment

Biography

Ph.D. Women's Studies, University of Maryland, 2014
M.A. Women's Studies, University of Maryland, 2007
B.A. Comparative Women's Studies, English, Cum Laude, Spelman College, 2005

Bettina Judd is an interdisciplinary writer, artist and performer whose research focus is on Black women's creative production and our use of visual art, literature, and music to develop feminist thought. Her current book manuscript argues that Black women’s creative production is feminist knowledge production produced by registers of affect she calls “feelin.” 

She has received fellowships from the Five Colleges, The Vermont Studio Center and the University of Maryland. She is a Cave Canem Fellow and has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize in poetry.  

Her poems have appeared in Torch, Mythium, Meridians and other journals and anthologies. Her collection of poems titled Patient, is a collection of poems that tackle the history of medical experimentation on and display of Black women. Patient won the Black Lawrence Press Hudson Book Prize and was released in November of 2014. As a performer she has been invited to perform for audiences in Vancouver, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Paris, New York, and Mumbai.

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Professional Affiliations: 
National Women's Studies Association, American Studies Association, Black Feminist Health Science Collective, Feminist of Color Science and Technology Studies Collective

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