Program Faculty

Program faculty have contributed significantly to the primary mission of the Women and Gender Studies program through teaching, mentoring and/or administration. Compared to affiliate status, program faculty are expected to make a greater and more consistent contribution to the Women and Gender Studies program. Some contributions of program faculty include teaching a women and gender studies course, mentoring a graduate student, and serving on MAIS thesis and project committees. 

  • Supriya Baily

    Supriya Baily

    Professor

    Dr. Bailys research has focused primarily on the effects nonformal education has had on women and the communities in which they live.

  • Jen Barnard
  • Tianna L. Cobb

    Tianna L. Cobb

    Postdoctoral R & T Fellow

    Health Communication, Organizational Communication, Mental Health, Gender and Race, Black Studies

  • Kelly Dunne

    Kelly Dunne

    Instructor

    History, Childhood Studies, and Education

  • Nancy W Hanrahan

    Nancy W Hanrahan

    Associate Professor

    critical theory, cultural sociology, feminist theory, music and the arts

  • Tamara Harvey

    Tamara Harvey

    Associate Professor

    early American literature, early modern women's writing, feminist theory

  • Samuel Clowes Huneke

    Samuel Clowes Huneke

    Assistant Professor

    Modern Europe, Modern Germany, History of Sexuality, Legal History, History of Democracy

  • Rachel Jones

    Rachel Jones

    Associate Professor

    19th & 20th century continental philosophy, feminist philosophy, aesthetics

  • Julie Choe Kim

    Julie Choe Kim

    Instructor

    Asian American students, student development, multiple identities, intersectionality, and graduate student success

  • Wendi N. Manuel-Scott

    Wendi N. Manuel-Scott

    Professor

    Race, gender, the African American experience, and the history of black women in the Atlantic World

  • Alexandra Minieri

    Alexandra Minieri

    Instructor

  • Krystalyn J Morton
  • Jennifer Ritterhouse

    Jennifer Ritterhouse

    Professor

    20th century U.S.; U.S. South; African American history; women and gender; children and childhood

  • Kelly Schrum

    Kelly Schrum

    Professor

    scholarship of teaching and learning, history of higher education, online learning, scholarly digital storytelling, digital humanities