Dr. Bettina Judd joins Emory Department of African American Studies Fall 2024

Emory’s Department of African American Studies is excited to welcome Dr. Bettina Judd in the Fall 2024 semester. An interdisciplinary writer, artist, and performer, Dr. Judd focuses on the creative production of Black women and how that develops feminist thought. Her creative endeavors inform and extend through her research, the various publications that she has been featured in, and her most recent book Feelin: Creative Practice, Pleasure, And Black Feminist Thought. Before joining Emory, Dr. Judd served as an Associate Professor in the University of Washington’s Department of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies. We are enthusiastic about the perspective and creativity that Dr. Judd will bring to the department and to Emory as a whole.