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Tanja Aho Professorial Lecturer Critical Race, Gender, and Culture Studies Collaborative

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CAS - Critical RGC Studies
Tuesday/Friday 1-2 pm or by appointment @ Sports Center Annex (SCAN) 162
Additional Positions at AU
Faculty Associate, Institute on Disability and Public Policy
PhD in American Studies, University at Buffalo, SUNY (2018)

MA in American Studies, University of Leipzig, Germany (2010)

BA in American and British Studies & Finnish Philology, University of Greifswald, Germany (2008)

Languages Spoken
English, German, Finnish
Dr Tanja Aho is a Professorial Lecturer (Visiting Assistant Professor) of American Studies at American University. Aho received a PhD in American Studies from the University at Buffalo in 2018, out of which grows a current book project, Autism, Anxiety, and Neuroqueerness: A Mad Critique of Economic Discourses. Aho's work on madness/disability, political economy, and popular culture has been published in several anthologies as well as in American Quarterly, Lateral, and the Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies. At AU Aho teaches classes in American Studies and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.
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