2009-2010 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Oct 21, 2019  
2009-2010 Graduate Catalog [Archived]

Women’s Studies


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GRADUATE DEGREE OFFERED:

No graduate degrees are currently offered.

Women’s Studies Program
Dreiser Hall, room 201
Phone: 812-237-4333
Fax: 812-237-7970

GRADUATE FACULTY

Professors

Byerman, Keith E., Ph.D., Purdue University
Professor of English and Women’s Studies
Specializations: African American Literature, American Studies

Hantzis, Darlene M., Ph.D., Louisiana State University
Professor of Communication and Women’s Studies
Specializations: Performance Studies/Oral Interpretation, Feminist Theories, Performance Ethnography

Kristeller, Jean L., Ph.D., Yale University
Professor of Psychology and Women’s Studies
Specializations: Eating Disorders, Effect of Psychological Variables on Health, Meditation and Therapy

Rogers, Nancy Brattain, Ph.D., Indiana University
Professor of Recreation and Sports Management and Women’s Studies
Specializations: Commercial Recreation, Leisure and Aging Recreation Management, Computer Applications

Steiger, Thomas, Ph.D., University of Illinois
Professor of Sociology and Women’s Studies
Specializations: Complex Organizations, Gender Stratification, Labor, Political Economy

Associate Professors

Anderson, Veanne N., Ph.D., McMaster University
Associate Professor of Psychology and Women’s Studies
Specializations: Psychology of Women, Gender, Sexuality

Chirhart, Ann, Ph.D., Emory University
Associate Professor of History and Women’s Studies
Specializations: United States Women’s History, 20th Century
History, African American History, History of Feminist Thought, U.S. Popular Culture

Collins, Denise, Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic and State University
Associate Professor of Counseling and Women’s Studies
Specializations: Professional Life in Student Affairs, Feminist Identity, Small World Networks in Student Affairs

Gatrell, Jay, Ph.D., West Virginia University
Dean, College of Graduate and Professional Studies, and Associate Professor of Geography and Women’s Studies
Specializations: Industrial and Economic Geography, Spatial Research Methods, Public Policy

Haynes, Rosetta, Ph.D., Cornell University
Associate Professor of English and Women’s Studies
Specializations: African American Literature, Nineteenth-Century American Literature, Women’s Literature

Jakaitis, Jake, Ph.D., University of Illinois
Associate Professor of English and Women’s Studies
Specializations: Multicultural American Literature, Literary Theory

Kincade, Kathleen, Ph.D., Louisiana State University
Associate Professor of English and Women’s Studies
Specializations: Restoration and Eighteenth-Century British Literature, Literary Research, Bibliography, Textual Studies

Kray, Susan, Ph.D., University of Illinois
Associate Professor of Communication and Women’s Studies
Specialization: Media Theory and Criticism

Maule, Linda, Ph.D., Washington State University
Associate Professor of Political Science and Women’s Studies, and Director of Legal Studies
Specializations: Constitutional Law, Judicial Recruitment and Process, Gender Politics

McEntire, Nancy, Ph.D., Indiana University
Associate Professor of English and Women’s Studies
Specializations: Ballad Studies, Celtic Studies, Women’s Folklore

Rider, N. Ann, Ph.D., Ohio State University
Associate Professor of German and Women’s Studies
Specializations: East German Literature and Culture, German speaking Women’s Writing and Theory

Tuttle, Elaina W., Ph.D., State University of New York at Albany
Associate Professor of Life Sciences and Women’s Studies
Specializations: Population and Behavioral Ecology, Molecular Ecology, Evolution, Spatial Ecology, Landscape Genetics

INTRODUCTION

Although the Women’s Studies Program does not currently offer a graduate degree program, it does offer graduate courses. These courses support graduate degrees in other disciplines. Please contact the program director for updated information.

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