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Women's and Gender Studies

Faculty

Full-Time Faculty Members

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Chong Eun Ahn, Ph. D., Assistant Professor

Department of History

Modern Korea, Gender and History in East Asia, Colonial Encounters in Asia

mail: Chong Eun Ahn—L&L 100-O, Ph. 963-2190

 

Laura Appleton, Ph.D., Professor

Department of Sociology

Social roles, social movements, social theory

Email: Laura Appleton—Farrell Hall 443, Ph. 963-1344

Mark Auslander, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Museum Director

Department of Anthropology and Museum Studies

 

 

Sociocultural anthropology, museum anthropology, art and aesthetics, meaning in the material world, symbolic mediation, ritual and performance theory, historical anthropology, race and class, engaged anthropology, slavery studies, contemporary African and Diasporic art

Email: Mark Auslander—Dean Hall 334, Ph. 963-3209

 

 

 

 

John (Jay) Ball, Ph. D., Assistant Professor

Department of Theatre Arts

International dimensions of 20th-century political theatre, with a special emphasis on South Africa, Northern Ireland and the former CzechoslovakiaEmail: Jay Ball  -- McConnell Hall, Ph: 963-1716

Gayla Blaisdell, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Department of Music

Vocal performance and scholar in feminist theory and opera

Email: Gayla Blaisdell —J. S. McIntyre Music Bldg 118 Ph. 963-1316

 

Cynthia Coe, Ph. D., Professor

Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

The role of temporality, gender, race, embodiment, history, and social interaction

Email: Cynthia Coe - L&L 318 Ph. 963-2008

On sabbatical leave 2014-2015

Anne Cubilie, Ph. D., Associate Professor

Director, William O. Douglas Honors College

Cultural Politics of Human RightsEmail: Anne Cubilie - L&L 103 Ph 963-1440

Ruthi Erdman, Senior Lecturer - Dept. of English

Douglas Honors College, Humanities

 Email: Ruthi Erdman - L&L 103-E,  Ph 963-1538

Lacy Ferrell, Ph. D., Assistant Professor

Department of History

Childhood, education, colonialism, and genderEmail: Lacy Ferrell - L&L 100-G  Ph 963-1854

Barbara Flanagan, Ph. D., Associate Professor

Department of Political Science

International Human Rights, Middle East PoliticsEmail: Barbara Flanagan - Psychology Bldg. 465  Ph 963-2369

Michael Goerger, Ph. D., Assistant Professor

Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

Ethical Theory, Ancient Greco-Roman Philosophy, Applied Ethics, Social and Political PhilosophyEmail: Michael Goerger - L&L 346  Ph 963-1358

Judy Hennessy, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Interim Director of Women's and Gender Studies

Department of Sociology

Social welfare & poverty, gender, sociology of work, sociology of family

Email: Judy Hennessy —Farrell Hall 437, Ph. 963-1574

Tracey Hoover, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Department of Sociology

Gender and Identity, Feminist Movements, Family and Socialization, and Media

Email: Tracey Hoover      -- Farrell 439, Ph-963-2227

Michael Johnson, Ph. D., Assistant Professor

Department of World Languages

Medieval literature, gender and sexuality, Franco-Belgian comics, French and Spanish language, and grammar.

Email: Michael Johnson - L&L 102-I  Ph 963-1218

 

Melissa Johnson, Lecturer

Department of English

 Email: Melissa Johnson  - Blk 225-24  Ph 963-1501

Pamela McMullin Messier, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Department of Sociology

Demography, Aging, Collective Action, Social Justice, Environmental Studies, Family, and Gender & Sexuality

Email: Pamela McMullin-Messier —Farrell Hall 425, Ph. 963-2222

 

Geraldine O'Mahony, M Div, MA, Lecturer

Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

African Politics and Development, Politics, Islamic Studies, DivinityEmail: Geraldine O'Mahony - L&L 345  Ph 963-1864

 

 

Lene Pedersen, Ph.D., Professor

Department of Anthropology and Museum Studies

 

 

Cultural Anthropology, Visual Anthropology, Symbolic Anthropology, Ecological Anthropology, Ritual, Social Organization, Post-Colonialism, Southeast Asia (Indonesia), Circumpolar North, Sub-Saharan Africa. Natural Resource Management.

Email: Lene Pedersen - Dean Hall, Ph. 963-3211

 

 

Christine Sutphin, Ph. D., Professor

Department of English

Interest in women writers and feminist/gender theory, including issues of diversity in U.S. women's literatureEmail: Christine Sutphin  L&L 403-E  Ph 963-3433