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In this paper, we examine graphene as a material for reconfigurable terahertz (THz) optoelectronics. The ability of electrically tuning its optical properties in a wide range of THz frequencies, together with its 2-D nature and facile integration, leads to unique opportunities for inventing novel THz devices as well as for extending the performance of existing THz technologies. We first review progress in graphene THz active optoelectronic components to date, including large-area graphene, plasmonic, and metamaterial-based devices. Advanced designs and associated challenges are then discussed.