Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
WGSS 325 - Disney: Gender, Race, Empire
WGSS 360 - Men and Masculinities in a Global Context
WGSS 414 & 514 - Systems of Oppression in Women's Lives
QS/WGSS 462/562 - Queer Theories
World Languages and Cultures
German language sequence (GER 111-113, GER 211-213, GER 311-313)
GER 241 - Grimms' Fairy Tales
GER 331 - German Culture
WLC 365 - Migrant Narratives
My research bridges cultural history, history of sexuality, queer studies, and gender studies and is informed by cultural studies and queer feminist perspectives. In my current project I examine transnational networks of exchange and collaboration in postwar gay publishing in West Germany, Western Europe, and the United States. I’m particularly interested in uncovering the ways in which these networks relied on and reinforced nationalistic and racialized ways of knowing and speaking about postwar gay male experience. In other words, how was gay identity in the postwar period constructed as exclusively White in the Western European and US-American contexts (i.e., the places where postwar “homophile” publishing was most visible)? And how do those racial legacies continue to inform dominant expressions of gay male identity to date?
AUSFLUG: Mt. Angel Volksfest (Wurstfest) March 2, 2019
New placement testing procedures!
Take a study break, meet faculty, enjoy some snacks, Feb. 14, 2019, Bexell 214
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