Katia Almeida, Instructor, Department of Anthropology (CAS)
ANTH 349/449: Cultures of Latin America
ANTH 310/410: Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology
ANTH 388/488: Globalization and Development: Anthropological Perspectives

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.
WGST 346: Women and Politics

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.
WGST 339: Black Women and Religion in the United States
RLGN 304: Representations of Black Women and Religion in Film

Susan Case, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, Weatherhead School of Management
Gendered culture of science, brain biology differences and the persistence of gendered communication.
WGST 370: Women in Organizations
ORBH 391: Leadership in Diversity and Inclusion

Gabriela Copertari, Associate Professor of Spanish CAS
WGST 342: Latin American Feminist Voices

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

Ananya Dasgupta, Assistant Professor of History, CAS
WGST 257/HSTY 157: Women’s Histories in South Asia

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

Elina Gertsman, Associate Professor of Medieval Art, CAS
WGST 359: Visual Culture of Medieval Women

Mary Grimm, Associate Professor Department of English, (CAS)
Fiction writer with some works focusing on women’s issues.

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
WGST 325: Philosophy of Feminism

Susan 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.
WGST 201: Introduction to Gender Studies
WGST 228: Sociology of Sexuality
WGST 326: Gender, Inequalities and Globalization
WGST 372: Work and Family
WGST 396: WGST Capstone
SOCI 275: Lives in Medicine: Becoming and Being a Physician (strong WGST component)

Justine Howe, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Co-director of the Women and Gender Studies Program CAS
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.
WGST 372: Work and Family: U.S. and Abroad

Megan Swihart Jewell, Instructor of English, Director of the Writing Resource Center, CAS
Women’s poetry and offerings on Feminism and body image within SAGES.
WGST 201: Introduction to Gender Studies

Elizabeth S. Meckes, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Statistics, (CAS)
Specializes in random matrix theory and high-dimensional phenomena, outreach aimed at girls and young women interested in math.

Marilyn Sanders Mobley, Professor, Department of English, CAS
ENGL 521: Slavery and the Literary Imagination
USSO 289H: The Meaning of Difference: Constructions of Diversity in American Culture.

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.
USSY 288V: Seclusion, Gender and the Exotic: Imagining the Harem
FSSY 171: Gender and Seclusion: Exploring the Harem
USSO 287Z: Concubines, Soldiers and Field Hands: World Slavery from Antiquity to Present,
USSO 287T: Gender, Visibility and Performance: The Courtesan

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

Liz Roccoforte, Director of the LGBT Center
SASS 75/575: Gender and Sexuality Justice: LGBT Life, Amsterdam

Charles Rosenblatt, Professor of Physics, CAS
WGST 333: Science and Technology in France

Renee Sentilles, Henry Eldridge Bourne Professor of History and Co-director of the Women and Gender Studies Program, CAS
History of women, girlhood, childhood, gender, and culture in the United States.
WGST 353: Women in American History I
WGST 354: Women in American History II
WGST 363: History of Gender and Sexuality in America
WGST 373: Advanced Topics in American Women’s History

Lihong Shi, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, CAS
Politics of reproduction; gender, marriage and kinship; the birth-planning policy and family relations in China.
ANTH 360: Global Politics of Fertility, Family Planning and Population Control

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.
ENGL 331/431: Studies in the 19th Century: Gothic and Sensation Fiction
ENGL 371: Topics in Women’s Studies: 19th and 20th Century British and American Women Writers