Dara Orenstein is currently completing a book on the history of foreign-trade zones in the United States from 1789 to 1989. As an assistant professor in the Department of American Studies, she has taught seminars on cultural theory; the cultural politics of labor; the history and theory of American capitalism; racial capitalism; zombie films and the idea of zombie capitalism; and the discipline of American Studies.
History of Capitalism, History of Photography, Critical Geography, Cultural and Social Theory
BA, African American Studies, Harvard University (1996)
PhD, American Studies, Yale University (2012)
Source: The George Washington University