Jadwiga Pieper Mooney Ph.D.
TEL: (520) 621-5486
Office: GWS 110
In my research and teaching, I focus on Latin America, Gender, and Comparative/Global and World History. I am especially interested in human rights, women's rights, gender equity, and notions of inclusion and exclusion in the making of modern nations. My first book, The Politics of Motherhood:...
Victoria is a doctoral candidate in Gender and Women's Studies. Her work is focused on violence against women, narratives, and meaning in language. She holds an Masters of Public Health from University of Michigan.
Susan H Aiken Ph.D.
Professor for Department of English
Susan Hardy Aiken (Ph.D., Duke University, 1971), University Distinguished Professor of English, teaches and writes in the fields of nineteenth- and twentieth-century British and American literature and culture, women and literature, gender theory, and poetry. One of the founding members of the...
Ana M Alonso Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Anthropology
Office: Emil W. Haury Anth. Bldg.
Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Chicago, 1988
Beth Alpert Nakhai
Office: Marshall 422
Beth Alpert Nakhai is an associate professor in the Arizona Center for Judaic Studies and an affiliated member of the School of Anthropology. She teaches courses on archaeology, Hebrew Bible, Near Eastern history and women in ancient Israel. She received her M.T.S. from Harvard Divinity School...
Rosi Andrade Ph.D.
Director of Women's Services and Research; Associate Research Professor
Office: Services Research Office (SRO), Mujer Sana
Rosi Andrade, Ph.D. is a Research Associate Professor with the Southwest Institute of Research on Women (SIROW) in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Arizona, and holds a Ph.D. in Reading with a minor in Chicana Literature. Dr. Andrade is interested in the social...
Office: GWS 201
Harrison Apple is a Ph.D. student in the Gender and Women's Studies department, as well as the founding co-director fo the Pittsburgh Queer History Project. Their work focuses on the formation of mid 20th century gay and lesbian communities in Pittsburgh through the lens of labor, class, and...
Diane Austin Ph.D.
Associate Research Anthropologist, Bur of Applied Rsch in Anthro
Office: Emil W. Haury Anth. Bldg. 316
(Ph.D. UMich 1994)
Adele Barker Ph.D.
Professor, Russian/Slavic Studies
Office: LEARNING SVC BL
Alex Barksdale is a second year PhD student in Gender and Women's Studies. They graduated from Rice University in 2011 with a B.A. in the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality and a B.A. in Anthropology. Their research interests include queer/trans studies, LGBTQ historiography, community-based...
Connie J. A. Beck Ph.D.
Associate Professor, The Psychology, Policy and Law Program
TEL: (520) 626-4965
FAX: (520) 621-9306
Office: Department of Psychology
Ph.D., University of Arizona, 1999
Dr. Beck's work focuses on how the legal system creates or exacerbates psychological distress, and how it can be adjusted or restructured to minimize that distress. She considers both the effects on legal professionals of working in legal settings and...
Laura Berry Ph.D.
Associate Dean, Honors College
Office: SLONAKER HOUSE
PhD, University of California-Berkely, 1987
Director of the English Honors Program. Nineteenth-century British literature, the English novel.
Anne Betteridge Ph.D.
Director, Center for Middle Eastern Studies
Office: Louise Foucar Marshall Bldg
An anthropologist with a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, Anne H. Betteridge is Director of the University of Arizona Center for Middle Eastern Studies and a faculty member in the UA Department of Near Eastern Studies. She served as Executive Director of the Middle East Studies Association...
Katia da Costa Bezerra Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Spanish and Portuguese
Office: Modern Languages
Dr. Katia da Costa Bezerra has published essays on Contemporary Portuguese, Brazilian and Lusophone African literature. She is also concerned with the rescue of a literary production published by mineiras born in the XIX century.Her theoretical approaches include questions on gender, sexuality,...
Office: Modern Languages 344
Steph Brown has been a lecturer in the Department of English since 2014 and became GWS affiliate faculty in 2016. Her research interests include Anglophone modernism, mass cultural movements in the British Empire during the early twentieth century, literature of decolonization and the end of...
Stephanie Buechler Ph.D.
Research Associate and Adjunct Lecturer, School of Geography and Development
Office: Harvill Building
Ph.D. 2001 Department of Sociology, Binghamton University
My research interests surround gender, livelihoods and socially and...
Rosario Carrillo Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Mexican American Studies
Office: Cesar E Chavez Building 228
Academic Curriculum Vitae
Ph.D. Educational Studies/Literacy and Educational Technology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, December 2006
M.A. Educational Technology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor December 2000
B.A. Chicano/a Studies, University of...
Monica J. Casper, Ph.D.
Office: Douglass Building, Room 200W
Monica J. Casper, Ph.D., is a sociologist whose scholarly and teaching interests include gender, bodies, health, sexuality, disability, and trauma, with a particular emphasis on reproductive health and politics.
She has published several books including the award-winning The Making of...
Julia Clancy-Smith Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of History
TEL: (520) 626-8421
Office: Social Sciences 221
I. EDUCATION/TEACHING POSITIONS
Jennifer Croissant Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Gender & Women's Studies
Office: 206 GWS, 925 N. Tyndall
Jen Croissant (PhD Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Science & Technology Studies, 1994) is interested in the sociology of science and technology, particularly feminist science studies. Graduate Teaching includes ‘Science & Social Theory,’ ‘Technology & Social Theory,’ and the core...
Adjunct Lecturer, English
Office: Modern Languages
BA, 1980, San Diego State University; MFA, 1984, University of Iowa
Irene D'Almeida Ph.D.
Professor of French and Francophone Studies
Office: Modern Languages 549
Irene D'Almeida, Professor of French and Francophone Studies, has just received a $60,000 grant from the prestigious American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS).
The grant will fund Professor D'Almeida's continuing research of the oral songs of Fon Women in Benin (Africa).
Linda Darling Ph.D.
Office: Social Sciences 231
My research deals with fiscal administration in the Ottoman Empire and its connections with political legitimation, and I set my work on the Ottomans within the wider context of the early modern period in Europe and, to a lesser extent, states farther east. My current project examines Ottoman...
Myra Dinnerstein Ph.D.
Research Professor Emerita
Myra Dinnerstein was the founding director of the Women’s Studies department at the University of Arizona in 1975 and the founding director of its research institute, SIROW (the Southwest Institute for Research on Women}in 1979. She served in those posts until 1989 when she became Research...
Sapana Doshi Ph.D
Assistant Professor, School of Geography and Development
Office: Harvill 438
I am an Assistant Professor at the School of Geography and Development and a Faculty Affiliate in the Department of Gender and Women's Studies. My work explores the nexus of cultural politics and political economy in cities of the Global South and traverses the fields of critical development...
Suzanne Dovi Ph.D.
Office: Social Science 325
Suzanne Dovi is an Associate Professor of the School of Government and Public ...
Javier Duran Ph.D.
Director, Confluence Center - in the Office of the Vice President for Research
Office: ADMINISTRATION 601
Associate Professor, Spanish & Portuguese
research interests: U.S.-Mexico Border Studies, critical theory, cultural studies, modern and contemporary Latin American narrative, Latin American women writers.
Office: Tyndall 110C
Catherine Euler received a PhD in history from the University of York, England, after writing an analysis of the overlapping discursive representations of class, race, politics, gender and same-sex intimacies in the diaries of Anne Lister (1791-1840). She is the author of chapter on the women’s...
Aileen A. Feng Ph.D.
Associate Professor, French and Italian
Office: Modern Languages 570
Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley (2008). Associate Professor of Italian; Faculty Affiliate, Department of Gender & Women's Studies. Dr. Feng specializes in late-Medieval and Renaissance Italian literature with comparative interests in Latin and Medieval-Renaissance French literature...