Karen Beckwith, Professor of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences (CAS)
Comparative perspectives: gender and politics, with particular attention to issues of class, women and party leader positions in Western Europe, women’s access to cabinet positions, women’s mobilization in strike support in the labor movement in Britain and the US, comparative women’s movements

Elizabeth S. Bolman, Professor and Chair, Art History and Art, (CAS)
Depictions of the nursing Virgin Mary in the eastern Mediterranean, ca. 400 – 1450. Historical ideas about women, babies, nursing, milk, blood

Joy R. Bostic, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, CAS
Womanist and feminist approaches to the study of religion and culture

Susan Case, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, Weatherhead School of Management
Gendered culture of science, brain biology differences and the persistence of gendered communication

Margaretmary Daley, Associate Professor of German, CAS
18th and 19th century German women authors

Gilbert Doho, Associate Professor of French and Francophone Studies, CAS
Women’s oral literature in Cameroon

Laura Hengehold, Professor of Philosophy, CAS
Feminist philosophy, Anglo-American and French philosophies of feminism, gender and sexuality, gender and political violence, Simone de Beauvoir, feminist philosophy

Susan W. Hinze, Associate Professor of Sociology, CAS
Sexual harassment and gendered experiences in medical training; gender, work and family lives of physicians; race/class/gender disparities in physician decision-making; race/class/gender approach to health outcomes for older women.

Justine Howe, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
Women and gender in Islam, female religious authority, Islamic family law, Muslim feminism

Heather McKee Hurwitz, Full-time Lecturer, Department of Sociology, CAS
Gender, social movements, and global studies. Feminist and intersectional analyses of contemporary social movements including the Occupy Wall Street Movement, Black Lives Matter, activism in support of Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign, global feminisms, online feminism, and feminism within not-explicitly-feminist social movements.

Lihong Shi, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, CAS
Politics of reproduction; gender, marriage and kinship; the birth-planning policy and family relations in China

Megan Swihart Jewell, Instructor of English, Director of the Writing Resource Center, CAS
Women’s poetry

Jacqueline Nanfito, Associate Professor of Spanish, CAS
Latin American and Latino women writers and artists

Lisa Nielson, PhD, Director, Flora Stone Mather Center for Women, Anisfield-Wolf SAGES Fellow, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Music (CAS)
Intersections of gender, sexuality and music in medieval Islamicate history and literature
Courtesanship, extra-musical performance and performance spaces
Gender segregation, the harem and Islamicate slave systems

Gabrielle Parkin, Lecturer, English
Late Medieval English literature with a focus on material culture and affect theory.
Offerings in SAGES

Renee Sentilles, Associate Professor of History, CAS
History of women, girlhood, childhood, gender, and culture in the United States

Cheryl Toman, Chair, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, Professor of French, Director of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program, CAS
African and Arab women’s writing and activism,;African Francophone feminist literature of Cameroon, Gabon, Mali; African feminisms; Women in the Middle East

Athena Vrettos, Associate Professor of English, CAS
Current research on Vernon Lee, a lesbian writer from the 1890’s, and the portrayal of homoerotic attraction in her ghost stories and its intersections with parapsychological theories of the period