||Director of Gender & Women's Studies; Professor of Gender & Women's Studies and History
||Explores the historical intersections of gender, race, and sexuality. Historian of the AIDS crisis in the US.
||Professor, Gender & Women's Studies and African American Studies
|Race, gender, and critical theory.
| Gray, Kishonna
||Assistant Professor, Gender & Women's Studies and Communication
||intersectionality, digital media and identity, digital feminism, gaming culture
||Associate Professor, Gender &Women's Studies and Latin American and Latino Studies
||History of Latinas in the birth control movement, the politics of Latina health in Chicago, reproductive justice for Latina youth, mental health, and the effects of immigration reform on healthcare access.
||Director of Graduate Studies
Associate Professor, Gender & Women's Studies and African American Studies
|Social justice and human rights activism, with a particular focus on the human rights of women and girls and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered peoples in Africa.
|Kapadia, Ronak K.
||Assistant Professor, Gender & Women's Studies and Affiliated Faculty, Asian American Studies
||Race, sex, and empire in the late 20th and early 21st century United States.
||Associate Professor, Gender & Women's Studies, Political Science, and International Studies Program
||Politics of social identity, with particular emphasis on the intersection of gender, religion, and nationalisms.
||Professor, Gender & Women's Studies and Asian American Studies
||Transnational feminisms; women of color and queer of color theory; de-colonizing feminisms; empire studies; critical race studies; and Middle East Studies; and Arab American Studies.
||Assistant Professor, Gender & Women's Studies and Disability Studies
||How ableism and saneism are exercised in relation to racism, sexism, and other forms of social injustices.
||Professor, Gender & Women's Studies, African American Studies, and History
||Study of African American feminist organizations in the 1970s, and a political biography of Eslanda Cardozo Goode Robeson.
||Associate Professor, Gender & Women's Studies and Anthropology
||Sexuality, gender, health, and the politics of subject and community-formation in India, as well as within the immigrant South Asian queer community in the U.S. Broadly
||Associate Professor, Sociology, Gender & Women's Studies, and Criminology, Law and Justice
||Gender, adolescence, morality, and the law.