LGBTQ Studies, Francophone Literature of the Maghreb, French and Francophone Visual Culture, African and Caribbean Philosophy, Women Gender and Sexuality Studies, Art History
film theory, french film criticism, cinema studies, Queer studies, post human, trans human, cyborg studies, Science Fiction studies, Women , Gender and Sexuality studies, critical disability and body, body politics and theory,new weird and literature,ecocriticism, image and visual culture.
As Head of Scholarly Communications in Boatwright Memorial Library, McCulley provides direction for the library’s scholarly communication services, such as the university’s institutional repository and providing education to the campus community regarding scholarly communication and intellectual property issues. She also provides administrative oversight for the Customer Service and Stacks/Building/Interlibrary Loan Departments. Other areas of responsibility within the library include marketing and public relations and serving as the liaison librarian for the Jepson School of Leadership Studies and the Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program.
I am an Associate Professor of Latin American, Latino, and Iberian Studies and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University of Richmond. My research engages comparative literary studies and feminist and queer theories to interrogate representations of genders and sexualities in print culture throughout Latin America. In particular, I address the various ways in which women writers have used the press to craft alternative spaces of cultural, aesthetic, and political intervention that disrupt heteronormative ideologies. I teach at the intersection of Latin American Studies, Transnational Feminisms, Queer Theory, and Feminist New Materialisms, and I am also interested in the political potential of a transnational feminist critical practice.
Sarah earned her bachelors in Women’s and Gender Studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. While in North Carolina, she was also a research assistant for the book, Transforming Scholarship: Why Women’s and Gender Studies Students Are Changing Themselves and the World by Drs. Michele Tracy Berger and Cheryl Radeloff. She earned her masters in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Florida Atlantic University. While at FAU, Sarah taught Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Studies and volunteered with the LGBTQA Resource Center. She also founded the student organization, The F-Word: FAU Feminists. Her master’s thesis is titled “Hegemonic ‘Realness’? An Intersectional Feminist Analysis of RuPaul’s Drag Race.” Sarah also earned an M.Ed. in Critical Studies in Educational Foundations at Ohio University, where she served as the Women’s Center Program Coordinator for three years. She is currently serving as the Young Women Leaders Program Mentoring Coordinator at the University of Virginia.
I teach Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Florida Atlantic University. My books are The Age of Sex Crime (1987), Gossips, Gorgons and Crones (1993), and Goddesses and Monsters: Women, Myth, Power and Popular Culture (2004), and collaborated with Mary Daly on Websters’ First New Intergalactic Wickedary of the English Language (1987) and my recently Call Your “Mutha’”” A Deliberately Dirty-Minded Manifesto for the Earth Mother in the Anthropocene, Oxford University Press in a series on “Heretical Thinking” edited by Ruth O’Brien, https://global.oup.com/academic/product/call-your-mutha-9780190902711?cc=us&lang=en& I also have made two educational documentaries, The Pornography of Everyday Life (2006, Berkeley Media) and Feed the Green: Feminist Voices for the Earth (2015, Women Make Movies). Her new book
U.S. Multiethnic Literatures; Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; African American Studies; American Literary History; Genre Studies
Alicia Meyer is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of English with a certificate in Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies.
feminist theory, queer theory, Foucault, sexuality studies, French and francophone literature, Anne Carson