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Anderson's current research interests include the performance of gender; race, gender and sexuality in popular culture; feminist semiotics and phenomenology.
Marlon M. Bailey is an Associate Professor of Women and Gender Studies and faculty coordinator for the LGBT Studies Certificate Program in the School of Social Transformation. Marlon is a gender and sexuality ethnographer.
Durfee's research and teaching focus on social policy and domestic violence, including mandatory arrest policies and civil protection orders.
Mary Margaret Fonow's research interests include transnational labor activism, women and work in the global economy, and feminist methodology.
James is a professor of African and African American studies and vice provost for inclusion and community engagement in the university provost's office.
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.
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.
In Leong's research, teaching, and community engagement, she explores overlapping and mutually reinforcing discourses of gender, race, class, and nation, and advantage and disadvantage in U.S. society.
Prasad's research and scholarship include South Asia, social movements, Dalit studies, oral history, gender and land right.
Founded by Professor Scott, CGEST is a one-of-a-kind research unit focused on exploring, identifying, and creating innovative scholarship about underrepresented women and girls in STEM.
Switzer's interdisciplinary research combines several fields including critical girlhood studies, critical development and globalization studies, transnational feminist theory and feminist methods.
Vega's research ethnographically explores the every day lived experiences of Latina/os in the U.S. with an emphasis on gender and religion.
McGibbney Vlahoulis teaches various hybrid and full online courses with an emphasis on gender and popular culture.
Ward is an educator, writer, facilitator and social justice advocate. She teaches courses on intersectionality, gender and hip-hop, ethnic studies, the African diaspora, justice and women’s social movements.