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Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies : Research Interests


  1. Victoria Szabo, new media, visual studies, digital humanities, digital heritage
  2. Laura F. Edwards, History
  3. Guo-Juin Hong, Motion picture film, Propaganda, Voice
  4. Wahneema H. Lubiano, Her research interests include African-American literature, African-American popular culture and ...
  5. Ylana Miller, Memory and History: The Eichmann, Trial, Hannah Arendt, and the ...
  6. Mark A. Neal, African American business enterprises, African American mass media, African Americans, African Americans and mass media, African Americans in art, African Americans in popular culture, African Americans in the motion picture industry, African Americans on television, Digital media, Music, Urban African Americans, Working class African Americans


  1. Frances S. Hasso, social movements, states, gender, sexuality, Arab world, Middle East, Islam
  2. Gabriel N. Rosenberg, agriculture, Agriculture, animals, Animals, biopolitics, children, development, environment, Environment, food, Food, gender, Gender, History, Modern, modern US history, political economy, queer theory, Queer Theory, sexuality, Sexuality
  3. Mary K. Rudy, Ethics, Animals, Feminism, Religion, Food Politics, Conservation, Ecofeminism
  4. Ara Wilson, gender/sexuality in global modernity; urban Southeast Asia and transnational zones; cultural political economy and heterodox economics


  1. Adriane D. Lentz-Smith, United States History, African American History, African Americans and the World
  2. Ellen McLarney, Islamist movements, Islamic theological texts, Islam and gender, North Africa
  3. Jessica Namakkal, South Asia, France, Empire, Migration, Global and Postcolonial History
  4. Jocelyn Olcott, Muser Mentor
  5. Harris S. Solomon, Medical Anthropology Science and Technology Studies Consumerism Urban Anthropology Global Health Chronic Disease India Mumbai South Asia Food


  1. Anne Allison, Home, Hope, Japan, Political science, Politics, Youth
  2. Rey Chow, Literature, film, critical and cultural theory, postcolonial studies
  3. Sarah J. Deutsch, History of the U.S. West, 1898-1942
  4. Esther Gabara, Modern and Contemporary Latin America relationship between literature and visual ...
  5. Michael Hardt, Globalization, Political and Cultural Theory
  6. Beth Holmgren, performing arts studies, women's studies, culture and the market, cross-cultural representations
  7. Nancy MacLean, Nancy MacLean’s scholarship focuses on the role of social movements ...
  8. Toril Moi, Feminist Theory, Women’s Writing, Aesthetics, Literary Theory, Ordinary Language Philosophy, 19th and 20th Century European Literature, Theater
  9. Negar Mottahedeh, Semiotics, Comparative World Cinemas, and Middle Eastern Studies
  10. Charles D. Piot, Charlie Piot, Ph.D. University of Virginia 1986, does research on ...
  11. Leela Prasad, Ethics & Civic Engagement, Hinduism, Performance & Material Culture, Everyday life, Anthropology of Religion, Gender, Narrative, Colonialism & Postcolonial Theory
  12. Carlos Rojas, Carlos Rojas is Associate Professor of Chinese Cultural Studies, Women’s ...
  13. Peter Sigal, Anthropology, Cross-Cultural Comparison, Gender, Historiography, History, 16th Century, History, 17th Century, History, 18th Century, History, 19th Century, History, 20th Century, Internationality, Language, Latin America, Men's Health, queer theory, Queer Theory, Religion, Sexual Behavior, Sexuality, Social Change, Women's Health
  14. Kristine Stiles, 20th Century, Contemporary, Theory, and Feminism
  15. Priscilla Wald, American Literature; Literature and Medicine; Literature and Science; Literature and Law; science and new media; race, gender, sexuality, ethnicity;

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