- Katie Acosta, Sociology
- Lia Bascomb, African-American Studies
- Elizabeth Beck, Social Work
- Denise Davidson, History
- Patricia Davis, Communication
- S.L. Dwyer, Philosophy
- Jennifer Esposito, Educational Policy Studies
- Ian Christopher Fletcher, History
- Patrick Freer, Music
- Janet Gabler-Hover, English
- Maria Gindhart, Art & Design
- Emanuela Guano, Anthropology
- Katherine Hankins, Geosciences
- Christie Hartley, Philosophy
- Mary Hocks, English
- Jessica Jones, Art & Design
- Joyce King, Educational Policy Studies
- Ralph LaRossa, Sociology
- Peter Lindsay, Political Science & Philosophy
- Leslie Marsh, World Languages & Cultures
- Kathryn McClymond, Religious Studies
- Marian Meyers, Communication
- Jennifer Patico, Anthropology
- Cora Presley, African-American Studies
- Alessandra Raengo, Film, Media & Theatre
- Susan Richmond, Art & Design
- Maura Ryan, Sociology
- Wendy Simonds, Sociology
- Faye Stewart, World Languages & Cultures
- David Stinson, MSIT
- Mindy Stombler, Sociology
- Wendy Hamand Venet, History
- Cassandra White, Anthropology
- Eric Wright, Sociology
The WGSS Executive Committee calls for and reviews applications for affiliate faculty status during the spring semester of each academic year. In order to apply for affiliate faculty status, a faculty member should provide the WGSS Director and Executive Committee with the following: (1) a full cv, (2) a descriptive statement (of one page or less) of experience in and commitment to the study of gender and sexuality, and (3) a list of courses taught in the last three years.
The terms for affiliate faculty status are for three years and are renewable. Terms begin the following fall semester.
Procedures for Cross-Listing Courses with the Institute for Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
1. All graduate and undergraduate courses offered by WGSS, whether originating in the WGSS or in another department that cross-lists (or offers WGSS “seats” in its class) must be taught by core or affiliate faculty members of WGSS.
2. Cross-list courses are new or renewable:
●For renewing courses, or courses already on the books as “WGSS courses” taught by affiliate faculty, WGSS Affiliates or their departmental schedulers should contact the WGSS Business Manager to inquire about cross-listing.
●For new listings, use one of the following two procedures:
THE LONG ROAD
If an affiliate faculty member offers a course regularly that s/he believes would be appropriate for the WGSS’s undergraduate or graduate curriculum as a permanent offering, this course can be considered for inclusion in the permanent WGSS curriculum with a WGSS prefix.
A. The affiliate faculty member should forward a copy of the syllabus (by Oct 1 or Mar 1) to the Director of Graduate Studies or the Director of Undergraduate Studies, whichever is relevant.
B. The committee will review the syllabus in terms of its gender and sexuality studies content and analysis, relevance to women’s, gender, and sexuality studies, and fit with our overall curriculum.
C. If the committee approves the syllabus, it will be forwarded to the WGSS faculty for a vote.
D. If the WGSS faculty approves it, it will be forwarded to the College of Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee (deadline Sep and Jan).
(e.g., if a new course is approved by the WGSS faculty in the spring, it will go to the Curriculum Committee the following fall and will become an official course the fall after that.)
THE SHORT ROUTE
If an affiliate faculty member is offering a Special Topics class (or a one-time course offering) that s/he believes may be relevant to WGSS students, this course can be considered for one-time inclusion as a WGSS Special Topics class (e.g., WGSS 4910, 6910, 8920, 8921).
A. The affiliate faculty member should forward a copy of the syllabus to the Director of Graduate Studies or the Director of Undergraduate Studies, whichever is relevant.
B. The committee will need the syllabus by mid-semester the semester before the course is to be offered.
C. The committee will review the syllabus in terms of its gender and sexuality studies content and analysis, relevance to women’s, gender, and sexuality studies, and fit with our overall curriculum.
D. The WGSS Director will review course offerings and scheduling for that semester.
E. If the committee and the Director approve the course, the course will be listed in GoSOLAR as a WGSS cross-listed class.
F. If the syllabus is approved by the appropriate WGSS committee, the course can be scheduled the following semester (fall, spring, or summer).