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LaurieMcIntosh
2008–2009
Radcliffe Institute Graduate Student Fellow
Anthropology
Impossible Presence: The Cultural Politics of Integration, Citizenship-Making and National Belonging in Contemporary Norway

Laurie McIntosh is a PhD candidate in the Department of Social Anthropology at Harvard University, where she is also pursuing film and visual studies.

McIntosh is completing her dissertation, in which she explores the ethics and cultural politics of "new immigrant" integration, national identities, and the gendered, raced, and sexualized character of state governance in Northern Europe, especially Norway. McIntosh received a BA in literature and studio art from Drew University and an MA in race and gender studies from Fordham University. She is currently a fellow at the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies at Harvard University.

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