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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2019 Programs of Study and Courses for Liberal Arts and Sciences Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Women's and Gender Studies 988  

Women's and Gender Studies 988

Department of Women's and Gender Studies, School of Arts and Sciences

Website: http://womens-studies.rutgers.edu

Chair: Mary Trigg

Director of Undergraduate Studies: Yana Rodgers

Faculty:

Nikol G. Alexander-Floyd, Women's and Gender Studies/Political Science; Ph.D., Rutgers

Radhika Balakrishnan, Women's and Gender Studies; Ph.D., Rutgers

Ethel Brooks, Women's and Gender Studies/Sociology; B.A., Williams College; Ph.D., New York

Charlotte Bunch, Women's and Gender Studies; B.A., Duke

Abena Busia, English/Women's and Gender Studies; Ph.D., St. Anthony's College (Oxford)

Susan J. Carroll, Political Science; B.A., Miami (Ohio); M.A., Ph.D., Indiana

Sylvia Chan-Malik, American Studies; B.A., M.A., Ph.D., California (Berkeley)

Ed Cohen, Women's and Gender Studies; Ph.D., Stanford

Brittney Cooper, Women's and Gender Studies; B.A., Howard; Ph.D. Emory

Harriet Davidson, English/Women's and Gender Studies; Ph.D., Vanderbilt

Carlos Ulises Decena, Women's and Gender Studies/Latino and Caribbean Studies; B.A., Pennsylvania; Ph.D., New York

Marisa Fuentes, Women's and Gender Studies/History; B.A., California (Santa Cruz); Ph.D., California (Berkeley)

Judith Gerson, Sociology/Women's and Gender Studies; B.A., Syracuse; Ph.D., Cornell

Mary Gossy, Women's and Gender Studies; Ph.D., Harvard

Mary Hawkesworth, Women's and Gender Studies; Ph.D., Georgetown

Nancy Hewitt, History/Women's and Gender Studies; Ph.D., Pennsylvania

Jacquelyn Litt, Women's and Gender Studies; B.A., William Smith College; M.A., Ph.D., Pennsylvania

Phyllis Mack, History/Women's and Gender Studies; B.A., Barnard; M.A., San Francisco State; Ph.D., Cornell

Maya Mikdashi, Women's and Gender Studies/Middle Eastern Studies; Ph.D., Columbia

Jasbir Puar, Women's and Gender Studies; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)

Yana Rodgers, Women's and Gender Studies; B.A., Cornell; Ph.D., Harvard

Zakia Salime, Sociology/Women's and Gender Studies; B.A., Mohamed Ben Abdullah (Morocco); M.A., Ph.D., Illinois (Urbana-Champaign)

Louisa Schein, Anthropology/Women's and Gender Studies; B.A., Brown; M.A., Ph.D., California (Berkeley)

Kyla Schuller, Women's and Gender Studies; Ph.D. California (San Diego)

Bonnie Smith, History/Women's and Gender Studies; Ph.D., Rochester

Mary Trigg, Women's and Gender Studies/Institute for Women's Leadership; B.S., Michigan; M.A., Ph.D., Brown

Deborah Vargas, Women's and Gender Studies; Ph.D., California (Santa Cruz)

Deborah Gray White, History/Women's and Gender Studies; B.A., New York (Binghamton); M.A., Columbia; Ph.D., Illinois (Chicago)

Affiliate Faculty:

Laura Ahearn, Anthropology; Ph.D., Michigan

Karen Alexander, Signs Journal; Ph.D., London

Oussenia D. Alidou, African, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Languages and Literatures; Ph.D., Indiana

Louise Barnett, English; Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College

Emily Bartels, English; Ph.D., Harvard

Frances Bartkowski, English, Rutgers University-Newark; Ph.D., Iowa

Mia E. Bay, History; Ph.D., Yale

Christine Chism, English; Ph.D., Duke

Ann Baynes Coiro, English; Ph.D., Maryland

Sheila Cosminsky, Anthropology-Rutgers University-Camden; Ph.D., Brandeis

Jeanette Covington, Sociology; Ph.D., Chicago

Jocelyn Crowley, Public Policy; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cynthia Daniels, Political Science; Ph.D., Massachusetts

Belinda Davis, History; Ph.D., Michigan

Marianne DeKoven, English; Ph.D., Stanford

Kayo Denda, Douglass Library; M.A., Rutgers

Elin Diamond, English; Ph.D., California (Davis)

Christina Dunbar-Hester, Journalism and Media Studies; Ph.D., Cornell

Katherine Ellis, English; Ph.D., Columbia

Leslie E. Fishbein, American Studies; Ph.D., Harvard

Nicole Fleetwood, American Studies; Ph.D., Stanford

Jerry Flieger, French; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)

Sandra Flitterman-Lewis, English; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)

Jeff Friedman, Dance; Ph.D., California (Riverside)

Ziva Galili, History; Ph.D., Columbia

Fakhrolmolouk Haghani, Middle Eastern Studies; Ph.D., Georgia State

Sandra Harris, Psychology; Ph.D., SUNY (Buffalo)

Angelique Haugerud, Anthropology; Ph.D., Northwestern

Martha Helfer, Germanic, Russian, and East European Languages and Literatures; Ph.D., Stanford

Dorothy L. Hodgson, Anthropology; Ph.D., Michigan

Allan P. Isaac, American Studies/English; Ph.D., New York

Karla Jackson-Brewer, Africana Studies; M.S., Bank Street College of Education

Temma Kaplan, History; Ph.D., Harvard

Renée B. Larrier, French; Ph.D., Columbia

Barbara A. Lee, Industrial Relations and Human Resources; Ph.D., Ohio

Ruth B. Mandel, Eagleton Institute; Ph.D., Connecticut

Joan M. Marter, Art History; Ph.D., Delaware

Yolanda Martinez-San Miguel, Latino and Caribbean Studies; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)

Meredith L. McGill, English; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins

Ferris Olin, Institute for Women and Art; Ph.D., Rutgers

Francoise S. Puniello, Rutgers University Libraries; M.A., M.L.S., Rutgers

Nancy Rao, Music, Mason Gross School of the Arts; Ph.D., Michigan

Patricia A. Roos, Sociology; Ph.D., California (Los Angeles)

Sarah Rosenfield, Sociology; Ph.D., Texas

Dianne F. Sadoff, English; Ph.D., Rochester

Diana Sanchez, Psychology; Ph.D., Michigan

Paul Schalow, Asian Languages and Cultures; Ph.D., Harvard

Mark Schuster, Student Affairs; M.A., Iowa

Richard Serrano, French; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)

Susan Sidlauskas, Art History; Ph.D., Pennsylvania

Jane E. Sloan, Rutgers University Libraries; M.A., California State (San Francisco)

Kristen W. Springer, Sociology; Ph.D., Wisconsin (Madison)

Arlene Stein, Sociology; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)

Gayle T. Tate, Africana Studies; Ph.D., CUNY

Sarah Tobias, Institute for Research on Women; Ph.D., Columbia

Camilla Townsend, History; Ph.D., Rutgers

Meredeth Turshen, Urban Studies; Ph.D., Sussex (UK)

Cheryl A. Wall, English; Ph.D., Harvard

Carolyn Williams, English; Ph.D., Virginia

Virginia Yans, History; Ph.D., SUNY (Buffalo)

Yael Zerubavel, Jewish Studies; Ph.D., Pennsylvania


Women's and gender studies concentrates on how gender shapes daily life. Though the initial focus is on women's lives, we analyze how gender structures the lives of both women and men, paying particular attention to differences among women by race, ethnicity, sexuality, nationality, religion, and age as they vary by location and time. For additional information about the program, consult the website.

 
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