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Contact the Gender Studies Council

Senior Director:  Kelly McFaden
Junior Director: Olivier Le Blond

Dahlonega Advisor:  Tamara Spike
Gainesville Advisor:  Johanna Luthman

Members of the Gender Studies Council:

Maria Calatayud
Maria Calatayud, Ph.D., Assoc Professor, Spanish
Dunlap Hall, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Contemporary Latin American Women Artist
Mary Carney
Mary Carney, Director, Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership
Dunlap/Mathis 144, Gainesville
Downtown Office Building 343A, Dahlonega
Cameron Crawford
Cameron Crawford, Lecturer
Nesbitt 4132, Gainesville
Elizabeth Combier
Elizabeth Combier, Ph.D., Dept Chair/Head AC
Dunlap Hall 303A, Dahlonega
Nesbitt 4254, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: Spanish & French
Yi Deng
Yi Deng, Ph.D, Assistant Professor, Philosophy
Barnes Hall 323, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Political and Social Philosophy, Ethics, Chinese Philosophy
James Grindeland
James Grindeland, Ph.D., Lecturer, Philosophy
Strickland 205, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: Philosophy of Mind, Metaphysics, Epistemology
Phillip Guerty
Phillip Guerty, Ph.D., Associate Professor, History
Strickland 120, Gainesville
Valerie Hastings
Valerie Hastings, Assistant Professor
Dunlap Hall 301A, Dahlonega
Kyounghye Kwon
Dr. Kyounghye Kwon, Assistant Professor, English
Dunlap Hall 308A, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: World Literature, Postcolonial Studies, Asian/Asian American Studies, Gender Studies, Performance Studies
Olivier Le Blond
Olivier Le Blond, Assistant Professor
Nesbitt 4238, Gainesville
Vivian Liddell
Vivian Liddell, Lecturer
HansfordHall 217, Dahlonega
Anastasia Lin
Anastasia Lin, Ph.D., Assistant Vice President - Research & Engagement., Assistant Dean of Student Research and Scholarship
Price Memorial 102, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Undergraduate Research, Nationally Competitive Scholarships, Multi-Ethic Literature, Asian American Poetry, Orientalism, Literary Cartography
Johanna Luthman
Johanna Luthman, Ph.D., Professor - History
Strickland 217, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: British history (1500s and 1600s), Queen Elizabeth I of England, James I of England, history of women (1500s - 1800s), history of gender in Europe, history of love, sex, and marriage in Europe (1500s - 1800s), history of nobility (noblewomen)
Michallene McDaniel
Michallene McDaniel, Associate Professor
Strickland 102, Gainesville
Kelly McFaden
Kelly McFaden, Associate Professor, Social Foundations of Education
Dunlap Hall 212B, Dahlonega
Austin Riede
Dr. Austin Riede, Associate Professor
Dunlap Hall 202B, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: British Literature, Modernism, World War I Literature, Film, Science Fiction
Tamara Spike
Tamara Spike, Ph.D., Professor, History
Barnes Hall 330, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Latin America, ethnohistory
Alvaro Torres-Calderon
Alvaro Torres-Calderon, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Spanish
Dunlap Hall 319A, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise: Spanish and Latin American Literature
Anita Turlington
Anita Turlington, Associate Professor
Nesbitt 4152, Gainesville
Jenny Vermilya
Jenny Vermilya, Assistant Professor, Sociology
Barnes Hall 223, Dahlonega
Alexander Wisnoski
Alexander Wisnoski, III, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, History
Strickland 206, Gainesville
Area(s) of Expertise: Latin American History, Early Modern World

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