Women and Gender Studies
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Kelly Dunne

Kelly Dunne

Kelly Dunne

Assistant Professor

Kelly Dunne has been with SIS since 1996 and teaches courses with a historical focus.  An alumna of the College of William & Mary and George Mason University, her academic interests are in history, childhood studies, and education.  To allow students the opportunity to immerse themselves in a culture while learning its history, she leads study abroad & field studies courses in Ireland and New Orleans.  She also mentors students as an active volunteer leader in Gamma Phi Beta sorority. 

Degrees

MAIS in Liberal Studies, George Mason University
BA in Classical Studies, History minor, College of William and Mary 

Most Active Projects

CHSS Curriculum Committee
Mason Core Committee
Honor Committee

Curriculum Impact Committee

 

 

Courses Taught

INTS 308 The American Landscapes in Fiction, Film, and History

INTS 312 Images & Experiences of Childhood

INTS 316 Introduction to Childhood Studies

INTS 317 Issues in Family Relationships

INTS 321 Parent-Child Relations

INTS 322 Teacher: An Historical Perspective

INTS 375 History of Humanity: Food & Drink

INTS 395 New Orleans: History & Culture

INTS 399/HIST 388 Ireland: History & Culture

INTS 400 Temptress: Sex & Power in History

INTS 490 Internships