University of Vermont

The College of Arts and Sciences

Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies

Affiliated Faculty

  • Ellen Andersen (Political Science) American Politics, Civil Rights
  • Caroline Beer (Political Science) Comparitive Politics, Latin American Politics
  • Emily Bernard (English) — African-American literature & culture; race & ethnicity in American literature; 19th & 20th Century women's literature
  • Deborah Blom (Anthropology) — Archaeology and biological anthropology
  • Lynne Bond (Psychology) — Women's social and cognitive development
  • Vicki Brennan (Religion) — Women and Religion in Africa
  • Dona Brown (History) — Vermont history, New England regional history, U.S. cultural history
  • Sarah Carleton (Theatre) — Acting, directing
  • Mary Burke (Sociology) — Gender, sexualities, social movements, emphasis on LGBTQ social movements and queer politics
  • Jacqueline Carr (History) — Colonial America, American Revolution
  • Sin yee Chan: (Philosophy) — Philosophy, ethics, moral psychology
  • Todne Chipumuro (Religion) - Caribbean, U.S. South, relatedness, religion and sociality, diasporic religion, anthropology of Christianity
  • Anne Clark (Religion) — Christianity, women and religion
  • Catherine Connor (Romance Languages) — Writing by and about women (early modern Spain & Spanish America)
  • Meghan Cope (Geography) — Urban social geography, children's geographies, gender, race ethnicity North American cities
  • Brookes Cowan (Sociology) — Bereavement counseling, family, sex roles
  • Paul Deslandes (History) — British history, the history of the British Empire, and the history of gender and sexuality
  • Jennifer Dickinson (Anthropology) — Areas of cultural and linguistic anthropology, including storytelling, conversational pragmatics, language ideologies, the anthropology of Eastern Europe, and the anthropology of work
  • Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux (Geography) — Climate, drought, Vermont, Brazil, Caribbean
  • Carolyn Elliott (Professor Emerita, Political Science) — Women and development
  • Tina Escaja (Romance Languages) — Spanish and Latin American poetry, gender studies
  • Jan Feldman (Political Science) — Political theory and culture
  • Elizabeth Fenton (English) — American Literature, Women's Literature
  • Yolanda Flores (Romance Languages) — Comparative literature of the Americas (U.S. Latino, Spanish American, Brazilian), women's literature, performance
  • Alice Fothergill (Sociology) — Family, gender, inequality, disasters and qualitative methodology
  • Kathryn Fox (Sociology) — Qualitative methods, ethnography, deviance and social control.
  • Shirley Gedeon (Economics) — Eastern European economics, central banking
  • John Gennari (English) — Italian American studies, African American studies, Jazz Cultural studies
  • Anthony Grudin (Art & Art History) - Modern Art History
  • Melanie Gustafson (History) — Women in U.S. history, politics
  • Lisa M Holmes (Political Science) — Judicial politics and constitutional law
  • Susan Kasser (Education & Social Services)— Adapted Physical Activity, Movement and Physical Education
  • Stephanie Kaza (Environmental Studies) — Feminist ethics, ecofeminism
  • Mary Lou Kete (English) — 18th- and 19th-century American literature and culture
  • Felicia Kornbluh - WGST Director (History) — Modern U.S. history, gender history, legal studies, history of disability
  • Jane Knodell (Economics) — Economic history and monetary institutions, banking and economic development
  • Annika Ljung-Baruth (English) — Women and literature, ecofeminism
  • Ignacio Lopez-Vicuna (Spanish) — Latin American literature and cultural studies, Queer theory
  • Kathleen Manning (Integrated Professional Studies) — campus cultures, qualitative research methodology, and cultural pluralism
    Teresa Mares (Anthropology) - Intersection of food and migration
  • Cristina Massoni (Romance Languages) — Late 19th and early 20th Century Italian literature, Women Mystics, Literature and Spirituality, and Gender and Cultural Studies
  • Elaine McCrate (Economics) — Political economy of low-wage markets, women in the U.S. economy, gender issues in economics
  • Abigail McGowan (History)— South Asia
  • Beth Mintz (Sociology) — Political sociology, health care
  • Rebecca Montgomery (Nursing) — Women's health
  • Annie Murray-Close (Psychology)— Gender differences in children and adolescents' social development
  • Hilary Neroni (English) — Women in film
  • Deborah Noel (English) — American Literature, Race & Ethnicity in U.S. Literature & Culture, Women in Literature
  • Gayle Nunley (Romance Languages)— Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Spanish Literature
  • Joanna Rankin (Physics) — Astrophysics, women and science
  • Alessandra Rellini (Psychology) — Female sexual function and dysfunction
  • Julie Roberts (Romance Languages and Linguistics) — Linguistics and child language
  • Susan Roche (Social Work) — Gender violence, global feminism, feminist social work
  • Barbara Rodgers (Classics) — Greek and Latin prose, Roman imperial history
  • Valerie Rohy (English) — Queer theory, Feminist theory
  • Mara Saule (Bailey Howe Library) — Libraries, Information Technology, Latvia
  • Lisa Schnell (English) — 17th-century literature, Shakespeare, feminist critical theory
  • Helga Schreckenberger (German) — Former director of Women's and Gender Studies
  • Helen Scott (English) — Caribbean Literature (anglophone), Postcolonial Literature and Theory, Literature and Imperialism
  • Stephanie Seguino (Economics)— Macroeconomics and development
  • Rashad Shabazz (Geography) — Race and Masculinity
  • Jeanne Shea (Anthropology) — Gender, ethnicity, class, economic development and social change
  • Elizabeth Smith (Anthropology)— Cultural anthropology, nationalism, race and ethnicity, gender
  • Sondra Solomon (Psychology) — Physical disabilty and craniofacial distinction
  • Sara Solnick (Economics)— Microeconomics, statistics, labor economics and health economics
  • Jennifer Strickler (Sociology) — Women and third world development, reproductive health and family planning in the United States and Latin America
  • Martin Thaler (Theatre) — Set and costume design
  • Vicki Torsch (Anthropology) — Cultural anthropology, health, aging and development
  • Chris Vaccaro (English) — Sexuality and Gender Identity Studies
  • Judy Van_Houten (Biology) — Chemoreception using Paramecium
  • Gretchen van Slyke (Romance Languages) — Women's autobiography (France and the Francophone World)
  • Luis Vivanco (Anthropology) — Cultural politics of rain forest conservation and environmental activism in Latin America
  • Dana Walrath (Medicine) — medical anthropology, maternal child health, reproduction
  • Jackie Weinstock (Human Development and Family Studies) — adult development, diversity, oppression based on sexuality, gender, and sex
  • Nancy Welch (English) — English composition, rhetoric, creative writing
  • Beverly Wemple (Geography) — Water resources, geomorphology, GIS, spatial modeling, human-environment interactions

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