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)
WGST 346: Women and Politics

Joy R. Bostic, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, CAS
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
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

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

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

Laura Hengehold, Professor of Philosophy, CAS
WGST 325: Philosophy of Feminism

Susan Hinze, Associate Professor of Sociology, CAS
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)

Heather McKee Hurwitz, Full-time Lecturer, Department of Sociology, CAS
WGST 372: Work and Family: U.S. and Abroad

Megan Swihart Jewell, Instructor of English, Director of the Writing Resource Center, CAS
Offerings on Feminism and body image within SAGES
WGST 201: Introduction to Gender Studies

Marilyn Sanders Mobley, Vice President, Inclusion, Diversity, and Equal Opportunity and Professor of English
ENGL 521: Slavery and the Literary Imagination
USSO 289H: The Meaning of Difference: Constructions of Diversity in American Culture

Lisa Nielson, PhD, Director, Flora Stone Mather Center for Women, Anisfield-Wolf SAGES Fellow, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Music, CAS
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, Associate Professor of History, CAS
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
ANTH 360: Global Politics of Fertility, Family Planning and Population Control

Athena Vrettos, Associate Professor of English, CAS
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