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Aimee Goes Pomona

The College makes no announcement regarding the departure of faculty members high and low (if you hear of anyone leaving, please let me know), so it is up to this space to keep you informed. Today’s news regards former English Professor Aimee Bahng — she of the vigorous tenure controversy and anti-Israeli sentiment — who has found herself a job at Pomona, one that lacks tenure, at least at the present time:

Aimee Bahng Pomona Comp.jpg

This fall Aimee will be teaching two courses at Pomona as part of the Gender, Women, and Feminist Studies curriculum. Here are the descriptions:

Aimee Bahng Courses.jpg

Bahng’s book, Migrant Futures: Decolonizing Speculation in Financial Times, is now out, courtesy of the Duke University Press:

Aimee Bahng Migrant Futures.jpg

If anyone reads this opus, please let me know how it is. I fear that I won’t have the time to get to it.

Addendum: The Claremont colleges — Claremont-McKenna, Pomona, Scripps, Pitzer and Harvey Mudd — seem something of a refuge for Dartmouth folks. Little-missed Dean of the College Charlotte Johnson landed at Scripps after her three-year contract at the College was not renewed.

Addendum: Still no word on where Provost Dever will end up. Perhaps we can trade her back to Vanderbilt for a player to be named later — much later.


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