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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2005-2007 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Women's and Gender Studies 988  

Women's and Gender Studies 988

Programs Offered:†Master of Arts in Women's and Gender Studies; Certificate in Women's and Gender Studies; Ph.D.

Director of the Graduate Program in Women's and Gender Studies: Professor Samira Kawash, Ruth Dill Johnson Crockett Building, Douglass Campus (732/932-9331)

Web Site: http://womens-studies.rutgers.edu

Members of the Graduate Faculty

Laura Ahearn, Associate Professor of Anthropology, FAS-NB; Ph.D.,Michigan Linguistic anthropology, gender, social change, kinship;Nepal, South Asia

Eileen Appelbaum, Professor of Labor Studies, SMLR; Ph.D., Pennsylvania Economics

Louise Barnett, Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr Nineteenth-century American literature and culture

Emily Bartels, Associate Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., HarvardRenaissance dramatic literature; colonialist discourse

Frances Bartkowski, Associate Professor of English, FAS-N; Ph.D., Iowa Comparative literature

Vilna Bashi, Assistant Professor of Sociology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Wisconsin Race, immigration, labor markets

Mia Elisabeth Bay, Associate Professor of History, FAS-NB; Ph.D., YaleAfrican-American history; American intellectual and cultural history

Herman Bennett, Associate Professor of History, FAS-NB; Ph.D., DukeColonial Latin-American history; slavery; kinship; sexuality

Eleanor Brilliant, Professor of Social Work, SSW; D.S.W., ColumbiaCommunity planning, organizational behavior, and social policy; women'sleadership

Ethel Brooks, Assistant Professor of Women's andGender Studies and Sociology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., New York Gender and labor;critical political economy; globalization

Charlotte Bunch,Professor of Women's and Gender Studies, FAS-NB, and Director of theCenter for Women's Global Leadership; B.A., Duke Gender anddevelopment; women's human rights; violence against women; women'sglobal leadership

Abena Busia, Associate Professor of Englishand Women's and Gender Studies, FAS-NB; D.Phil., Oxford Black Africanwomen in British and American fiction

Susan Carroll, Professorof Political Science and Women's and Gender Studies, FAS-NB/EIP; Ph.D.,Indiana Women and politics; mass politics

Indrani Chatterjee,Associate Professor of History, FAS-NB; Ph.D., London Slavery, historyof women and sexuality, law, and the cultural and intellectualhistories of family

Christine Chism, Associate Professor ofEnglish, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Duke Medieval literature, drama; women's andgender studies; cultural studies; historiography

Susan Cobble,Professor of Labor Studies and Women's and Gender Studies, SMLR; Ph.D.,Stanford Women and work; labor history; union leadership

EdCohen, Associate Professor of Women's and Gender Studies, FAS-NB;Ph.D., Stanford Literary and social theory; gay and gender studies;late Victorian culture

Ann Baynes Coiro, Associate Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Maryland Renaissance and 17th-century literature

Barbara Cooper, Associate Professor of African Studies and History, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Boston African history; Muslim women

Drucilla Cornell, Professor of Political Science and Women's and GenderStudies, SL-N; J.D., California (Los Angeles) Feminist jurisprudence;critical theory

Sheila Cosminsky, Associate Professor ofSociology and Anthropology, FAS-C; Ph.D., Brandeis Cultural and medicalanthropology; ethnic relations; Mesoamerica; Africa

Jeanette Covington, Associate Professor of Sociology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Chicago Deviance/criminology

Jocelyn Crowley, Associate Professor of Public Policy, EJBSPPP; Ph.D.,Massachusetts Institute of Technology Social policy; American politics;women and politics

Cynthia Daniels, Associate Professor ofPolitical Science, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Massachusetts (Amherst) Women andpublic policy; reproductive politics; political economy of gender

Harriet A. Davidson, Associate Professor of English and Women's andGender Studies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Vanderbilt Modern and contemporarypoetry; critical theory

Belinda Davis, Associate Professor ofHistory, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Michigan (Ann Arbor) Modern European history;Germany; women's history

Marianne DeKoven, Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Stanford Modernism; women's and gender studies

Elin Diamond, Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Davis)Drama and dramatic theory; feminist and literary theory

M.Josephine Diamond, Professor of French and Women's and Gender Studies,FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cornell Nineteenth- and 20th-century literature;critical theory

William C. Donahue, Associate Professor ofGerman, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Harvard Nineteenth- and 20th-century literature;German-Jewish studies

Kate Ellis, Associate Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Columbia Women's and gender studies; 18th-century fiction

David Eng, Associate Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California(Berkeley) Asian American literature, queer theory, sexualities

Leela Fernandes, Associate Professor of Political Science, FAS-NBPh.D., Chicago Women's and gender studies; comparative politics;political economy and cultural studies; South Asia

Leslie Fishbein, Associate Professor of American Studies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Harvard American studies

Jerry Flieger, Professor of French, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California(Berkeley) Twentieth-century literature; critical theory; women's andgender studies and feminist theory

Sandy Flitterman-Lewis,Associate Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)Feminist cultural analysis with an emphasis on film and literature

Judith Gerson, Associate Professor of Sociology and Women's and GenderStudies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cornell Gender; work; social theory

Mary Gossy, Associate Professor of Women's and Gender Studies, FAS-NB;Ph.D., Harvard Golden-age prose, narrative, feminist theory,reader-response, psychoanalysis

Elizabeth Grosz, Professor ofWomen's and Gender Studies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Sydney French philosophy,theories of space and time

Sandra Harris, Professor of Psychology, FAS-NB/GSAPP; Ph.D., SUNY (Buffalo) Autism

Mary S. Hartman, Professor of History and Women's and Gender Studies,FAS-NB; Ph.D., Columbia Nineteenth-century France; women's history

Angelique Haugerud, Associate Professor of Anthropology, FAS-NB; Ph.D.,Northwestern Economic and political anthropology, Agrean ecology,social change and development; Africa

Mary E. Hawkesworth,Professor of Women's and Gender Studies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., GeorgetownPolitical philosophy, feminist theory, women and politics

Nancy Hewitt, Professor of History and Women's and Gender Studies,FAS-NB; Ph.D., Pennsylvania American women; 19th-century U.S. history

Dorothy Hodgson, Associate Professor of Anthropology, FAS-NB; Ph.D.,Michigan Cultural anthropology; politics of development; culture andpower; gender

Briavel Holcomb, Professor of Urban Studies,EJBSPPP; Ph.D., Colorado Urban revitalization; environment andbehavior; women

Beth Hutchison, Associate Director, Institutefor Research on Women, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Washington Contemporary feministtheory; narrative film theory and practice; lesbian/ gay studies

Jennifer Jones, Associate Professor of History and Women's and GenderStudies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Princeton Medieval and early modern European;France, old regime and revolution; European women's history

Jyl Josephson, Associate Professor of Political Science, FAS-N; Ph.D.,Maryland (College Park) Politics of families and children; privacyrights

Jane Junn, Associate Professor of Political Science, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Chicago Methodology, American politics

Temma Kaplan, Professor of History, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Harvard Comparative history of gender, sexuality, and social movements

Samira Kawash, Associate Professor Women's and Gender Studies, FAS-NB;Ph.D., Duke Women, health, and medicine; motherhood; cultural andliterary theory

Stacy Klein, Associate Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Ohio Medieval literature and culture; gender

Renťe Larrier, Associate Professor of French, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Columbia African and Caribbean literature in French

Suzanne Lebsock, Professor of History, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Virginia
History of women, U.S. social history, history of the south

Barbara Lee, Professor of Human Resource Management and Dean, SMLR;Ph.D., Ohio; J.D., Georgetown Employment discrimination; disability andwork

Barbara Lewis, Associate Professor of Political Science,FAS-NB; Ph.D., Northwestern Comparative politics (Africa); women andpolitics

Ardele Lister, Associate Professor of Art, MGSA; M.A., British Columbia Feminist art; multimedia; film

Julie Livingston, Assistant Professor of History, FAS-NB; Ph.D., EmoryAfrican medicine and health; the body, health, and healing

Phyllis Mack, Professor of History and Women's and Gender Studies,FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cornell Early modern French and English history; women'shistory

Ruth Mandel, Board of Governors Professor of Politicsand Director of the Eagleton Institute of Politics; Ph.D., ConnecticutWomen's participation in American politics

Joan Marter,Professor of Art History, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Delaware Modern art;20th-century art; gender studies; museum studies

FrancesMascia-Lees, Professor of Anthropology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., SUNYGlobalization; transnationalism; consumer culture; tourism

Leslie McCall, Associate Professor of Sociology and Women's and GenderStudies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Wisconsin Gender; work and labor markets;theory

Paula McDowell, Associate Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Stanford Eighteenth-century British literature

Meredith McGill, Associate Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., JohnsHopkins Nineteenth-century women's poetry; women and the literarymarketplace

Jennifer Morgan, Associate Professor of Historyand Women's Studies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Duke Early American history;African-American women's history

Ann Parelius, Associate Professor of Sociology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Chicago Education

Gerald Pirog, Associate Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures,FAS-NB; Ph.D., Yale Slavic languages and literatures

JasbirPuar, Assistant Professor of Women's Studies and Geography, FAS-NB;Ph.D., California (Berkeley) Gender and globalization; diaspora;tourism; queer theory; transnational sexuality

AnaRamos-Zayas, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Puerto Rican andHispanic Caribbean Studies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Columbia Cultural/socialanthropology; nationalism; Latinos in the United States

NancyRao, Associate Professor of Music, MGSA; Ph.D., Michigan Music theory;20th-century American music; women composers 1900-1950; andcontemporary Chinese composers

Joanna Regulska, Professor ofGeography and Women's and Gender Studies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Colorado Urbanpolicy; planned-market economy; geography of women

Donald T. Roden, Associate Professor of History, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Wisconsin Modern Japanese social and intellectual history

Yana van der Meulen Rodgers, Associate Professor of Women's and GenderStudies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Harvard Economics of gender, children, family;development economics

Patricia Roos, Professor of Sociology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Los Angeles) Stratification; work; gender

Sarah Rosenfield, Associate Professor of Sociology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Texas Medical sociology; mental illness

Phillip Rothwell, Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese; FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cambridge Women in African literature

Maria Josephina Saldana-Portillo, Assistant Professor of English,FAS-NB; Ph.D., Stanford Latin American, Chicano/a literatures;postcolonial feminisms

Paul Schalow, Associate Professor ofJapanese, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Harvard Japanese literature (Edo period);gender and sexuality in Japanese literature; Japanese women's writing

Louisa Schein, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Women's andGender Studies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Berkeley) Cultural politics;ethnicity; gender; transnational issues; China

Joan Scott, Professor of Social Science; Institute for Advanced Study; Ph.D., Wisconsin Feminist history and theory

Richard Serrano, Associate Professor of French and ComparativeLiterature; Ph.D., California (Berkeley) French literature; comparativeliteratures

Mary Sheridan-Rabideau, Assistant Professor ofEnglish, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Illinois Composition; feminist studies;cultural studies

Ben. Sifuentes-JŠuregui, Associate Professorof Spanish, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Yale Twentieth-century Spanish-Americanliterature and cultural studies; gender theory and psychoanalysis; U.S.Latino literature

Bonnie G. Smith, Professor of History andWomen's and Gender Studies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Rochester Modern Europeanhistory; women's history

Carol Smith, Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Pittsburgh The novel; critical theory

Evan Stark, Associate Professor of Public Administration, FAS-N; Ph.D.,SUNY Health; medical care; family; community violence

Arlene Stein, Associate Professor of Sociology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Berkeley) Sociology of gender and sexuality

Linda Steiner, Associate Professor of Journalism and Mass Media, SCILS;Ph.D., Illinois (Urbana) Feminist theorizing, communication ethics;feminist and alternative media

Judith Stern, Professor of Psychology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Rutgers Sexual and maternal behaviors in animals and women

Sarolta TakŠcs, Associate Professor of Classics; Ph.D., California (LosAngeles) Roman and Byzantine history; women and religion

Gayle Tate, Associate Professor of Africana Studies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., CUNY African-American women and politics

Meredeth Turshen, Professor of Urban Planning, EJBSPPP; Ph.D., SussexPolitical economy of health; third world social policy

Cheryl Wall, Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Harvard American and African-American literature

Michael D. Warner, Professor of English, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Johns HopkinsColonial and 19th-century American literature; queer theory; socialtheory

Deborah White, Professor of History and Women's andGender Studies, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Illinois African-American history,women's history

Carolyn S. Williams, Associate Professor ofEnglish, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Virginia Victorian literature; women's studies;cultural studies

Edlie Wong, Assistant Professor of English,FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Berkeley) Nineteenth-centuryAfrican-American and transatlantic literature; women's studies

Virginia Yans-McLaughlin, Professor of History, FAS-NB; Ph.D., SUNY(Buffalo) U.S. cultural history; women's history; history ofimmigration

Yael Zerubavel, Professor of Jewish Studies and History, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Pennsylvania

Associate Members of the Graduate Faculty

Cheryl Clarke, Director of Diverse Community Affairs and Lesbian/Gay Concerns; Ph.D., Rutgers

English; feminist poetry; African American women's literature; lesbian studies

Mary Trigg, Program Director, Institute for Women's Leadership and Associate Director, Center for Women and Work

Adjunct Member of the Graduate Faculty

Barbara Balliet, Associate Director of Women's and Gender Studies,FAS-NB; Ph.D., New York U.S. social history; women's history


 
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