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Stephanie Li

Associate Professor
Arts, Sciences, and Engineering

Department of English

Areas of expertise: The ways in which issues of race, class, gender, and sexuality influence conceptions of freedom.

Press contact:
Valerie Alhart

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Stephanie Li is an associate professor of English. She is the author of "Signifying Without Specifying: Racial Discourse in the Age of Obama", "Something Akin to Freedom: The Choice of Bondage in Narratives" by African American Women, which won the First Book Prize in African American Studies (SUNY Press), and a short biography of Toni Morrison.

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