British women writers, masculinity and popular culture, men's friendships, Contemporary women writers, masculinity studies
David currently serves as the program coordinator for Women and Gender Studies. In his role, he provides academic support to the program, is the budget manager, schedules courses, and supervises student staff. David also handles the logistical coordination for much of the University Life programs that Women and Gender Studies hosts. He also works with curriculum development and occasionally teaches courses in the program.
My current research is a short book project on the constructions of masculinity in the Victorian sensation novel.
WMST 300: Masculinities in the Media and Literature
WMST 300: Race, Gender, and the Late Twentieth Century
WMST 200: Introduction to Women and Gender Studies
B.A. Milligan College
M.A. George Mason University
MAIS George Mason University
University Life Student Success Symposium: Achieving Our Goals for Student Success, George Mason University
2015 Southwest Popular/American Culture Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico
2015 Global Discourses on Women Conference, Murfreesboro, Tennessee
2015 Politics, Gender, and Justice: Intersections of Identities and Disciplines Conference, George Mason University, Fairfax VA
Slowly Working Toward Masculinity: Masculinity, Disability, and Heteronormativity in J.M. Coetzee's Slow Man"
2015 Critiquing Cultures Conference, George Mason University Fairfax VA
Have We Improved Upon Positive Racial Representation in Television? African American and Asian American Representation in Grey's Anatomy
2015 Gender and Sexuality Conference, Pacific University, Portland, Oregon.
Politics, Gender, and Justice: Intersections of Identities and Disciplines, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
Women and Society Conference, Marist College Poughkeepsie, New York,