Julie Alexander

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Consortium Undergraduate Fellow 2013-2014
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Julie Alexander graduated from Columbia University in May 2013, with a major in Women’s and Gender Studies.  Julie came to the Consortium in September 2013 with a strong interest in the powerful role the media plays in shaping social awareness of global issues. Her Consortium reserch project explores U.S. nuclear weapons proliferation and deterrence discourses as examples of the gendered ways in which ideas about national and international “security” are constructed.  Julie plans to attend graduate school to obtain her MA or PhD in gender and international affairs.

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Undergraduate Fellow
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