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School of Social Transformation Faculty

Name
Expertise
LaDawn Haglund
Associate Professor

Haglund's research interests include human rights, globalization and international political economy, sociology of development, macro- and comparative sociology, law and society, and institutions and social change.

480-965-7083
WILSN 265
David Hinds
Associate Professor

Hinds' interests include governance and politics in the Caribbean; race, ethnicity and politics in the African diaspora; African diasporan popular music and sports as political discourse; and Black political leadership.

480-965-1597
WILSON HALL 140
Christine Holman
Lecturer

Holman teaches a variety of undergraduate courses, ranging from serial killers to alternative tourism and include both online and on-site courses.

WILSON HALL 203
Stanlie James
Professor

James is a professor of African and African American studies and vice provost for inclusion and community engagement in the university provost's office.

480-965-2845
Fulton Center Ste. 42o
Nancy Jurik
Professor

Nancy Jurik's research and teaching interests address issues of gender, occupations, work-related technology, and work organizations.

480-965-7043
WILSN 202
Yasmina Katsulis
Associate Professor

Katsulis is a medical anthropologist who specializes in research on the structural and social context of health disparities, particularly as they relate to sexual behavior among vulnerable populations.

Wilson Hall 323 Mail Code 6403
Sally Kitch
Center Dir & Regents Professor

Kitch is University and Regents Professor at ASU. Specialties include: feminist theory and epistemology, the historical analysis of gender ideologies, and the gender of sustainability.

480-965-7682
Wilson Hall 110
Ann Hibner Koblitz
Professor

Ann Hibner Koblitz's research interests generally revolve around the relationships of gender with science, technology (broadly defined) and medicine.

480-965-8483
Wilson Hall 312
Karen Kuo
Associate Professor

Kuo's teaching and research interests include Asian American film and literature, film studies, 20th-century American literature, film theory, immigrant literature, postcolonial theory and cultural studies.

480-965-9121
Wilson 358
Pat Lauderdale
Professor

Lauderdale's teaching and research interests include comparative law, indigneous jurisprudence, racialization, diversity, global indigenous struggles, and international terrorism.

480-965-7682
271 Wilson Hall ASU

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