Affiliate faculty may be tenured, tenure-track, term, adjunct, or administrative faculty in another department or program with a specialization relevant to Women and Gender Studies and/or gender scholarship.
middle eastern literature; world literature; gender and sexuality
Sociology of everyday life, social inequalities, feminist and qualitative approaches to social research, youth and gender, sociology of food
empowerment, resilience, community-based learning, transformative education, civic engagement, intimate partner violence, client-centered services
International Studies, Legal Studies, and Social Justice and Human Rights
Ancient philosophy, metaphysics, epistemology, African American philosophy
documentary film, fiction film directing, transmedia, social issue media production
Modern British, European women, European social
Islamic thought, Qur'anic Studies, Shi'ite and Sufi traditions, women's issues
Community Psychology, Leadership, Faculty Development
Trauma counseling, intergenerational trauma, and resilience Immigrant and refugee women and families Counselor training and development Mindfulness practices in counseling and counselor training Community-based participatory research (CBPR) practices and social action
Japanese Literature and Popular Culture
Medical anthropology, aging and end-of-life care, pain management, reproductive health, Islam, technology, gender, Middle East and North Africa, the United States
Feminist psychology and psychotherapy, women’s sexualities and spiritualities, trauma and recovery
Literature - Teen/Young Adult Fiction, Gender and Sexuality, United States Literature, African American Literature, Women Writers
HIV/STD and unintended pregnancy prevention among adolescents and young adults
history of children's literature; eighteenth-century British literature; disability studies
Medieval and Renaissance studies, Dante, Boccaccio, Petrarch, medieval chronicles, historiography, gender studies
Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership (MSL), leadership studies
Early Modern and Revolutionary Literature, History, and Art of the French Empire; War and Culture; Critical Race and Critical Mixed Race Studies; Human Rights and Social Justice; Multiculturalism; Theater; Film Theory; Digital Humanities; Medical History; History of Emotion; Women’s Writing and History; History of News and Information Networks; Critical Pedagogy; Inclusive Pedagogy and Curricular Design; Student/Faculty Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Wellbeing; Faculty Recruitment, Retention, and Mentoring; Grad Student Recruitment and Mentoring, Academic and Community Activism, Academe and Politics.
Film history, film reception, "useful" film, Latin American film and other forms of mass media, Latin American literature, service-learning.
British literature and culture of the long nineteenth century, nineteenth-century British novel, materialist approaches to literature.
Modern European and American and comparative social history, history of emotions, world history
Bioarchaeology, Evolution of Health and Disease, Growth and Development, Osteology, Diet