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We're excited to get to work together and grateful that she brings her research frameworks in intersectional feminist practice to collections work at Barnard Library. Brendane's research centers the affective experiences of Black women and girls in antiviolence movements in Baltimore. She interrogates the role of fear and anger in the reimagination of Black futures determined by legacies of interpersonal, institutional, and state violence. She's excited to discuss her work with anyone who's interested!

Portrait Brendane Tynes