Associate Professor and Chair

I teach courses in population studies, women in 3rd world development, and quantitative research methods.
My research interests include reproductive health and family planning in the United States and Latin America.  Recent work includes “Clandestine abortion in Latin America: a Clinic Profile,” in International Family Planning Perspectives, 2001, 27(1):34-36, and “Changing Frameworks in Attitudes toward Abortion,” co-authored with Professor Nicholas Danigelis, forthcoming in Sociological Forum . My current research projects are a study of abortion in Mexico in collaboration with scholars at the Population Council, and an investigation of gender differences in attitudes toward abortion, which is part of an on-going collaboration with Professor Danigelis.
I previously taught at Universidad Centroamericana (Managua, Nicaragua), Dartmouth College, and Tulane University, and I have worked with the governments of Ecuador and Mexico to evaluate their national family planning programs.

Jennifer Strickler

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

population studies, women in 3rd world development, quantitative research methods, family planning, Latin America


  • Ph.D. Princeton University, 1993


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Office Location:

Room 206