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Jasmine Alinder is Assistant Professor in the Department of History and co-coordinator of the Public History program. She received her Ph.D. in Art History from the University of Michigan in 1999, and her dissertation was funded by awards from the ACLS and the AAUW. Before coming to UWM, she held a two-year Woodrow Wilson post-doctoral fellowship in the humanities. Currently, she is finishing a book manuscript on the photographic representation of Japanese American incarceration during World War II, and a forth-coming essay on the topic will appear in the American Studies journal Prospects. In 2003, she published an essay on photography and slavery in a Spanish-language volume published jointly by a Cuban cultural center and the University of Michigan. In addition to her written work, she is also making a documentary film on the history and legacy of socialism in Milwaukee.