Profiles in "Feminist Theory" Expertise Area

  • Boyd teaches undergraduate courses in writing, as well as the graduate seminars: Composition Theory and Compostion and Feminism.
  • Stuckey is the writing program administrator for the Writers' Studio, a fully online first-year composition program in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts.
  • Kirkpatrick researches American political thought, with an emphasis on social movements, law, and social change. Her other interests include law and society, morality and politics, and feminist theory.
  • Ward is a social scientist whose research explores the intersection of Black cultural production, culture industries and urban placemaking efforts to advance arts practice and foster inclusive community development.
  • Aliya is an anthropology PhD student, Fulbright alumna, and NSF Graduate Research Fellow. She studies exclusionary practices in academia with a focus on graduate education and training.
  • Chanley has taught a range graduate and undergraduate courses in the social sciences, with focus on public administration and political science, especially in public policy, women and gender, ethnic and racial studies.
  • Edson teaches undergraduate courses in rhetorical theory and feminist rhetoric She supervises the graduate teaching associates and assistants and is the director of the summer study abroad program.
  • Hill's scholarly interests include rhetorics of motherhood and inclusive pedagogy.
  • Monica De La Torre earned her doctorate in Feminist Studies from the University of Washington in 2016. Her research and and teaching practices bridges Chicana feminist theory, Latina/o media studies, and radio production.
  • Ratcliffe's research focuses on intersections of rhetoric, feminist theory, and critical race studies.