Yuhe Faye Wang

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Yuhe Faye Wang graduated from Pomona College with a BA in Gender and Women’s Studies with a Focus in Economics. She is interested in archival and historical practices at the intersections of intimacy and labor, workers and machines, and affect and materiality. Her current project focuses on racial capitalism, bureaucratic violence, and emerging infrastructures in 19th century California. She traces how the increasing formalization of state and corporate bureaucracies alongside transformations in technological realities changed the terms of national, racial, and intimate belonging.

Gender & Sexuality, U.S. and Transnational Women of Color Feminisms, Queer of Color Critique, the Long 19th Century, History of Capitalism, Legal History, History of Infrastructure, Intimacy, Aesthetic Theory, and Archive Ethics