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Fields of Specialization and Faculty Affiliation

 

Faculty Alphabetical Listing

The following 7 interrelated fields of specialization identify the research and teaching strengths of the Graduate Program in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies at York University.

 

1. Cultural and Literary Studies, Performance and Fine Arts

 

popular culture and representations, writing and literature, life writing and narrative studies, visual arts,

cultural histories, theories and methodologies, literary studies

Kym Bird Dunlop, Rishma Judge, Joan Noble, Bobby Stuckey Johanna H. (Emerita)
Cohen, Elizabeth Ehrlich, Susan Kadar, Marlene O'Reilly, Andrea  
Daly, Tamara

Gewurtz, Margo (Emerita)

Kempadoo, Kamala Parsons Sarah  
Davis, Andrea Ford-Smith, Honor Longfellow, Brenda    
Doob, Penelope B.R Hadj-Moussa, Ratiba Mitchell, Allyson Shteir, Ann B

 

 

2. Diaspora, Transnational and Global Studies

 

transnational feminisms and sexualities, international development, migration and immigration, globalization,

colonialisms and imperialisms, violence, militarism and security

Agnew, Vijay Giles, Wenona Moghissi, Haideh Whitworth, Sandra
Agathangelou, Anna Hadj-Moussa, Ratiba Mongia,Radhika    
Bradbury, Bettina Hellman, Judith Adler Murray, David    
Bunting, Annie Kempadoo, Kamala Peake, Linda    
Crosby, Alison McDermott, Patricia Sanders, Leslie    
Dua, Enakshi Mianda, Gertrude Srinivasan, Sharada  
  Vosko, Leah  

 

 

3. Histories

 

feminist histories, historical production of genders and sexualities, histories of women's studies, histories of

feminist theory, histories of racialization, histories of class and class analysis

Bradbury, Bettina Glasbeek, Amanda Lindström, Varpu Pyke, Sandra (Emerita)  
Cohen, Elizabeth Judge, Joan McPherson, Kathryn Rutherford, Alexandra  
Dua, Enakshi Mongia,Radhika Shteir, Ann B.  
Gewurtz, Margo (Emerita) Ladd-Taylor, Molly Mossman, Mary Jane Stein, Marc  
Gibson, Joan Lee, Becky Parsons Sarah Stuckey Johanna H. (Emerita)  


4. Politics, Economies and Societies

 

public policy, Feminist law and legal studies, work and labour studies, social institutions and social change,

education, equity studies, health and healthcare policies, environment and nature, language and linguistics,

political and social justice movements and social activism, life course and aging

Agathangelou Anna Das Gupta Tania Hellman, Judith Adler Michaud, Jacinthe Smith, Miriam
Armstrong, Pat Derayeh Minoo Jenson, Jennifer Sandilands, Catriona Srinivasan, Sharada
Bakker, Isabella Embleton, Sheila M. Kainer, Jan Newton, Janice I. Sutherland, Kate
Bradshaw, Pat Erwin, Lorna King, Ruth E. Parsons Sarah Vosko, Leah
Briskin, Linda Gavigan, Shelley A. M. Lam, Larry Porter, Ann Wekerle, Gerda R.
Cameron, Barbara Giles, Wenona Luxton, Meg Pupo Norene Weir Lorna
Crosby, Alison Glasbeek, Amanda Mandell, Nancy Reiter, Ester  
Daly, Tamara        

 

 

5. race

 

anti racist theories; race, colonization, and post-colonial theories; anti-racist feminism,

histories of racialization, whiteness and racism

Agnew, Vijay Dion, Susan   Khayatt, Didi Noble, Bobby
Crosby, Alison Dua, Enakshi   Lam, Larry O'Reilly, Andrea  
Das Gupta Tania Ford-Smith, Honor   Mianda, Gertrude Peake, Linda
Davis, Andrea Kempadoo, Kamala   Mongia,Radhika Sanders, Leslie  

 


 

6. Sexualities

 

sexualities and genders; lesbian, gay, queer and trans studies; transnational sexualities,

historical production of genders and sexualities, heterosexualities

Bell, Shannon Kempadoo, Kamala Moghissi, Haideh Peake, Linda
Britzman, Deborah Khayatt, Didi Sandilands, Catriona Ross, Erin
Cavanagh, Sheila Latchford, Frances Murray, David Smith, Miriam
  Lee, Becky Noble, Bobby Stein, Marc  

 



 

7. Theories and Methods

 

feminist theories and pedagogies, postcolonial theories, anti-racist theories, political economy,

psychology and psychoanalytic theories; gay/lesbian, queer and trans theories; feminist philosophies,

feminist legal theories, marxist and socialist theories; feminist methods, methodologies and ethics;

cultural theories and methodologies

Agathangelou Anna Code, Lorraine Jenson, Jennifer Mongia,Radhika Porter, Ann
Armstrong, Pat Dua, Enakshi Latchford, Frances Newton, Janice I. Rutherford, Alexandra
Bell, Shannon Erwin, Lorna Lee, Becky O'Reilly, Andrea Vosko, Leah
Britzman, Deborah Bunting, Annie Luxton, Meg Peake, Linda  
Cavanagh, Sheila Haig-Brown, Celia Mandell, Nancy Pitt, Alice