Sine Anahita
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology

Chair, Sociology
702C Gruening Bldg
Organized inequalities; gender, sex and sexuality; feminist movements and organizations; lesbian cultures and communities (especially the landdyke movement); masculinities; rural Alaska infrastructure, especially water inequalities.

James Bicigo
Associate Professor, Department of Music
207 Fine Arts Bldg
Low Brass

Geraldine Brightwell
Associate Professor, Department of English

822 Gruening Bldg
Creative writing, fiction; Victorian literature, especially the domestic roles of women; neo-Victorian literature. From her biography: I teach in the English Department, primarily in the creative writing program. I have a Ph.D. in literature from the University of Minnesota, where I studied the role of servants in crime fiction. I have taught ENGL/WGS 333 Women's Literature with a variety of topics, mostly recently exploring detective fiction and (in fall 2014) 21st C women's "weird" writing. I have two published novels: The Dark Lantern and Cold Country, plus many stories and essays in literary journals.

Diane DiStefano
Associate Professor, Department of History
History of the American West, environment and disasters

Chris Coffman
Associate Professor, Department of English

824 Gruening Bldg
Gender and sexuality in modernist literature; feminist and queer theory

Alexandra Fitts
Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
Coordinator, Women’s Studies Program
609A Gruening Bldg
Spanish and Latin American women writers    

Carol Gold
Professor, Department of History, Emeritus
Women's history, education of girls, history of food and cookbooks

Mary Goodwin
Associate Professor, Department of Art
303 Fine Arts Bldg

Karen Grossweiner
Assistant Professor, Department of English
864 Gruening Bldg
Women's literature and feminist film studies

Karen Gustafson
Associate Professor, Department of Music
209 Fine Arts Bldg
Trumpet; Director of the Wind Symphony

Ellen Harney
Assistant Professor, Department of English
814 Gruening Bldg.

Maureen Hogan
Associate Professor, School of Education
712B Gruening Bldg
Gender and schooling, gender and identity, gender and discourse, gender and media, masculinities, GLBT youth, sex education

Trina Mamoon
Associate Professor, Chair, Department of Foreign Languages & Literature; 608A Gruening Bldg
Russian Women Writers, Film Studies and Russian Cinema

Jean Richey
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication
503B Gruening Bldg

Robin Shoaps
Assistant Professor, Anthropology & Linguistics
305 B Bunnell Bldg.

Language and gender; kinship

Lynne Snifka
Assistant Professor, Department of Journalism
105B Bunnell Bldg

Kayt Sunwood
Coordinator, Women's Center
130 Wood Center

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