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Wellesley College Alumnae Association

Faculty Speakers 2015-2016


Selwyn R. Cudjoe

Margaret E. Deffenbaugh and LeRoy T. Carlson Professorship in Comparative Literature Professor

C .L. R. James and Caribbean Intellectual Thought

The Literary Writings of W .E. B. DuBois

Pashington Obeng

Associate Professor

Aliens and Homelands: African Indians of South Asia


Paul Fisher*

Assistant Professor

John Singer Sargent and Belle Époque Women's Culture

Isabella Stewart Gardner and Women’s Travel


Anastasia Karakasidou


Cultures of Cancer Nationalism in the Balkans

Philip L. Kohl*

Kathryn Wasserman Davis Professor of Slavic Studies

Nationalism, Politics, and the Use and Abuse of the Remote Past

Archaeology and the Construction of National Pasts: A Global Phenomenon

Deborah Matzner

Assistant Professor

The Insights Cultural Anthropology Can Lend to Contemporary Media Cultures

Indian Non-Fiction Film: Activism and Experimentation in the Face of Consumerism and Cultural Nationalism

Adam Van Arsdale

Assistant Professor

Your Mother Was a Neanderthal: The Increasingly Complex Picture of Modern Human Origins

Life in the Genomic Age: Capabilities, Questions, Concerns

Georgia on my Mind: Dmanisi and the 2 Million Year Origin of Humans


Lamia Balafrej

Assistant Professor

Islamic Calligraphy

Patricia Berman*

Theodora L. and Stanley H. Feldberg Professor

The Art of Edvard Munch

1950s Art and Design

Café Culture in Turn of the Century Europe

Scandinavian Art

Judith Black

Associate Professor, Emerita

Physical Memories: Albums, Pictures, Stories

Happy Families: Photographers and the Domestic Muse

Margaret Deutsch Carroll


Northern European Painting

Carlos G. Dorrien


Sculpture – Public Art

Nikki A. Greene

Assistant Professor

Black Feminist Artists in the African Diaspora

The Jazz Aesthetic in Visual Art

Bunny Harvey*

Elizabeth Christy Kopf Professor

30 Years of Making Art While Teaching at Wellesley

Jacqueline Marie Musacchio ’89


Like a Great Roman Ruin: The College Hall Fire

At Home and Abroad: Anne Whitney and American Women Artists in Late Nineteenth-Century Italy

Art, Marriage, and Family in the Florentine Renaissance Palace

James F. O'Gorman

Grace Slack McNeil Professor, Emeritus

Nineteenth Century American Painting/Architecture

Mark Twain on Architecture

James Oles

Senior Lecturer/ Adjunct Curator
The Cézanne Effect in Latin America (Diego Rivera, Jesús Rafael Soto)
Latin American Art and the Davis Museum
Pedro Friedeberg's Hand-Chair of the 1960s and Pop-Surrealism Design in Mexico

Daniela Rivera

Assistant Professor

Simulation: Negotiating a Possible Strategy for Resistance and Binding in Latin American Art

Baroque-minimalism: The Always Already There of Latin American Art

Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz

Professor, Emerita

Painting, Sculpture, Set Design (slide presentation of own art work)


Richard G. French*

Louise Sherwood McDowell and Sarah Francis Whiting Professor of Astrophysics

(On sabbatical 2015-16 and unable to travel)

Exploring Saturn in the Space Age

Celestial Worlds Discover’d: The Earth from a Cosmic Perspective

Wonders of the Universe from the Hubble Space Telescope

Are We Alone in the Universe? The Search for Life beyond Our Pale Blue Dot

Wesley Andres Watters

Assistant Professor

Beautiful Desolation: The Story of Mars Exploration

Roving Mars: Robotic Explorations of the Martian Surface

The Sky is Falling: Impacts in the history of the solar system


Mary Mennes Allen*

Professor, Emerita

Undergraduate Research as a Wonderful Way to Learn Science
Microbes and You

Cyanobacteria as Model Microbes

Emily Buchholtz*

Gordon P. Lang and Althea P. Lang '26 Professor

Kingdoms and Domains: Alternate Views of the Diversity of Life

Hopeful Monsters: Reconciling Fossils and Hox Genes in Evolutionary History

Dave Ellerby

Associate Professor

(On sabbatical 2015-16 and unable to travel)

Lake Waban as a laboratory for exploring evolutionary adaptation

The mechanics and control of human movement: an evolutionary perspective

Nicholas Rodenhouse


Walk-and-Talk” in your local park or preserve – nature walk will include discussion about local issues in ecology and environmental science

Andrew C. Webb


Biotechnology 2000: Hype or Hope?


Chris Arumainayagam*


Chemistry in a Vacuum

Virtual Chemistry

New Techniques for Environmental Remediation

Cosmic Ray-Induced Reactions of Freons: Implications for the Ozone Hole?

Dora Carrico-Moniz

Using the Organic Chemist’s Toolkit to Assemble Molecules of Medical Importance

Nolan Flynn*

Associate Professor

Nanoscience: Science on the Small Scale

Biomaterials: Making the Bionic Woman

David R. Haines*

Associate Professor

The Construction of a Longitudinal Scientific Community

Connecting Wellesley Alumnae to Current Undergrads

A Chemist’s Approach to Understanding & Treating a Disease: The Mechanics of Diabetes

Michael J. Hearn*


Tuberculosis Today: Chemical Perspectives on the Resurgence of the White Plague

Nancy Kolodny* ’64

Nellie Zuckerman Cohen and Anne Cohen Heller Professor, Emerita

Looking into the Brain with Magnetic Resonance

The Nuclear Challenge


Nicholas Knouf

Assistant Professor

Questions surrounding contemporary surveillance

History of the Internet, information theory, and computing

Noise and sound studies



Bryan Burns

Associate Professor

Wellesley in Greece: Current Excavations and Historic ConnectionsThe Discovery of Greece's Heroic Age

Carol Dougherty

William R. Kenan Professor, Director of the Newhouse Center for Humanities

The Trojan War and the Literary Imagination of Homer's Iliad

The Travels of Odysseus and the Ethnographic Imagination of Homer's Odyssey

Just Visiting: The Mobile World of Classical Athens

On the Road – The Theme of Travel in Classical and Contemporary Fiction

Kate Gilhuly

Associate Professor

Topics TBD

Mary Rosenthal Lefkowitz ’57

Andrew W. Mellon Professor, Emerita

Greek Gods, Human Lives

Academic Frauds, Fictions, and Fantasies

Polytheism, Monotheism, Atheism

Ray Starr*

Theodora Stone Sutton Professor

Roman Fathers, Roman Law, and Augustus, the Pater Patriae

The Law of Ancient Athens

Ancient Readers and Their Books


Panagiotis T. Metaxas

(on medical leave Fall 2015)

The Internet is full of lies!”: Maybe, but you can use the “wisdom of the crowds” to discover them!

Social Media during Elections: Should we worry?

Orit Shaer*

Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor

The Future of Human-Computer Interaction
Next Generation Human-Computer Interfaces for Collaborative Discovery


Mingwei Song

Associate Professor

Post-human China: Science Fiction and Virtual Subjectives

Eve Zimmerman*

Associate Professor (Japanese)

The Girl at the Window: “Wuthering Heights” and Modern Japanese Literature

Inside the Dollhouse: The Figure of the Girl in Japanese Popular Culture

Japan’s Lost Decade(s): Girls and the Culture of Cute


Kristin Butcher ’86

Marshall I. Goldman Professor of Economics

Food Insecurity in the United States

The Economics Major at Wellesley College

Courtney Coile


Not Your Grandma’s Retirement: The Longer Work Lives of the Future

National Health Reform: Lessons from Massachusetts

Phil Levine

Katherine Coman and A. Barton Hepburn Professor

Teen Childbearing – Why is the Rate So High in the U.S. and Why is It Trending Downwards?

Early Childhood Education by MOOC: Lessons from Sesame Street

David Lindauer

Stanford Calderwood Professor of Economics

(Available for travel in 2016 while on sabbatical)

What did the Millennium Development Goals achieve?

Why has US income inequality gone up so much?

The Calderwood Seminars in Public Writing: A New Teaching Initiative at Wellesley College

Julie Matthaei


The Transformation Movement: Feminist Economic Transformation in the 21st Century

The Solidarity Economy: Building Alternatives for People and Planet
Feminist Economics: How Feminism is Transforming Our Economy, and for the Better

Olga Shurchkov ’01

Assistant Professor

Born to Lead? The Economic Impacts of the Gender Leadership Gap

From Book Smart to Look Smart: The Nature and Origins of the Beauty Premium
When Psychology Meets Economics: The Puzzles and Paradoxes of Everyday Life

Other topics – The Great Recession and the current state of the economy

Susan Skeath


Games We Play: Game-Theoretic Analysis of Common Interactions

Akila Weerapana*

Associate Professor

Economics and Policy in an Election Year

The Rise of China and India: Implications for the United States

Life After the Financial Crisis: The Prospects for a Sustainable Economic Recovery

Ann Witte

Professor, Emerita

What’s Happening to the American Family?

Personal Finance: What Should We Teach Wellesley Students and What Do You Wish You Had Known?

Managing your assets in Turbulent Times


Soo Hong

Assistant Professor

Community-engaged Learning and Scholarship in the Education Department

Learning by Doing: Studying Education through Action Research

What Can Community Organizing Teach Us About Educational Change?


Frank L. Bidart*

Andrew W. Mellon Professor

Post-Modern Poetry

Kathleen Brogan*

Associate Professor

Memory and Trauma in Recent American Fiction

Ethnic Identity and the Second Generation Writer

Yu Jin Ko


Shakespeare in Performance

Shakespeare at the Movies

Shakespeare in America

Ten Things I Hate (and Love) about American Shakespeare

Yoon Sun Lee


Jane Austen: On Changing One’s Mind

Everyday Life and Asian-American Literature

Women, Money and the 18th Century Novel

Kathryn Lynch*

Dean of Faculty Affairs and Katharine Lee Bates and Sophie Chantal Hart Professor

The Wellesley Faculty of Today

Why Chaucer Matters

Susan Meyer


Writing for Children

The Holocaust and Children’s Literature

Turning Your Family Stories into Fiction

Writing Historical Fiction

Timothy Peltason


Charles Dickens’ “Hard Times” and a Wellesley Education

Jane Austen & Romantic Comedy

What’s so Funny about Oscar Wilde?

The Pleasures of Shakespeare: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Why Are You Here: The Function of a Liberal Arts Education

Some Hot Tips for the Book Club

Marilyn Sides*

Senior Lecturer

Fiction Writing


Beth DeSombre*

Camilla Chandler Frost Professor of Environmental Studies

Why Good People Do Bad Environmental Things

Saving Global Fisheries

Jay Turner

Assistant Professor

Wilderness and the Myths of American Environmentalism


Helene Bilis

Assistant Professor

Long Live the Queen!: Women in Power in Seventeenth-Centure France

Feeble Kings and the Politics of Succession in the Literature of Old Regime France

Corneille, Racine and Moliere: The Great Playwrights of Seventeenth-Century France

Versailles: The Culture, Politics and Literature of the Sun King’s Court

Scott Gunther

Associate Professor

The History of Lesbians and Gays in France

What Do the French Really Think of Americans?

What’s Behind France Bashing in the United States?

Barry Lydgate


Discourses of Desire in the Renaissance from Calvin to Montaigne

Saint Germain-des-Pres and the Discovery of American Culture in Post-War Paris

My Little Frog: Simone de Beauvoir and Nelson Algren 1947-1961

Good Girl/Bad Girl: Edith Piaf, Juliette Gréco, and the Changing Image of Women in France at mid-Century

Liberation: Teaching Post-War Paris through Popular Songs

Wine Tasting: Theory and Practice

Catherine Masson


George Sand’s First Play, Cosima

Olympe de Gouges’ Defense of Women and Human Rights to George Sand’s Feminist Voice: Evolution or Continuity?

Contemporary Theatre on Contemporary Issues

George Sand and Gustave Flaubert

Cooking for Pleasure and Health

George Sand and Her American Sisters

Vicki Mistacco

Professor, Emerita

French Women Writers and Literary Tradition: The Metamorphoses of Philomel

The Silences of History: Louise d’Alq’s Anthology of French Women Writers (1893)

Furens quid femina possit”: Genlis, Woman literary Historian, and Her Male Critics

Slipping into the Breach: French Women Writers, Compilations and Women’s Literary History in the Early Nineteenth Century

James Petterson


French Poetry in the Twenty-First Century

Contemporary Art Meets Stephane Mallarme

Anjali Prabhu

Associate Professor

African Cinema
Postcolonial Studies: what's all the noise about and why do we need it
"The Cathedral": A Documentary/Fiction from Mauritius
Close Reading: Anatomy of the Text

Michèle Respaut*

Professor, Emerita

A Fascination with Bodies: “Teaching Literature and Medicine”

Pathographies: Julian Schnabel's film "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly”

Marguerite Duras’ “The Lover”: A Pleasure unto Death

The Memory of the Body: PTSD in the film “The Hurt Locker” and in Tim O’Brien’s “The Things They Carried

Jane Campion's film “The Piano”: A Woman's Fairy Tale


David Hawkins

Associate Professor

Supervolcanoes and Wellesley: Students as Forensic Volcanologists in New Zealand and the Western U.S.

Zircons in the Rough: Measuring the Precise Timing and Tempo of Geological Events


Thomas Hansen


Swastika: Cross-cultural History of an Embattled Symbol

Thomas Mann on the Lido: In the Footsteps of Death in Venice, 1913-2013

In the Footsteps of Thomas Mann: Reflections on ‘Death in Venice’ 2012-2015

(colorful PowerPoint presentation with contemporaneous photos and art that present the author and the city of Venice at the turn of the 20th century. To illustrate each image, text from the centennial translation of novella 2012 by Thomas and Abby Hansen will be read aloud.)

Jens Kruse


Johann W. Goethe

Franz Kafka

Germany after 9/11

German-American Relations

Thomas Nolden


Jews in Contemporary Societies – Jews in the New Europe


Pat Giersch


China and America: Evolution of a Troubled Relationship

Modern China

Legacies of Conquest: China, Tibet, and the Complications of History

Katherine Grandjean

Assistant Professor

Publishing Terror in Early America

American Heirloom: The History and Memory of Hannah Dustan's Captivity

Into the Wandering Wood: New England Colonists and the Environment

Guy Rogers

Mildred Lane Kemper Professor

Alexander the Great

Ancient History

Nina Tumarkin


Remembering Russia’s Past


Flavia Laviosa

Senior Lecturer

Italian Women – History and Reforms

Sergio Parussa

Associate Professor

Twentieth-Century Italian and Jewish-Italian Literature

Italian Writers – Primo Levi, Natalia Ginzburg, and Giorgio Bassani

Memories, Judaism, and Writing in Italian Literature

David Ward


Everything You Wanted to Know but were Afraid to Ask about Silvio Berlusconi

Italy Today


Frances Malino

Sophia Moses Robison Professor

The Jewish Experience in Historical Perspective


Charles Bu


Applications of Mathematics in Biology, Physics and Economics

Stanley Chang*

Associate Professor

Mathematics in Civilization

The Impact of Greek Language, Linguistics, and Mathematics

Oscar E. Fernandez

Assistant Professor

Everyday Calculus: Discovering the Hidden Math All Around Us

Karen Lange

Assistant Professor

Climbing Trees: Viewing the World Through Computable Glasses

Alan Shuchat*

Professor, Emeritus

Innovations in Teaching Mathematics and Statistics

Ann Trenk*


The World of Graph Theory: Coloring, Scheduling and Solving Mysteries

Ismar Volic

Associate Professor

Cryptography and the Politics of Privacy

Mathematics across Cultures

Howard J. Wilcox

Professor, Emeritus

Math, Music and Making Money

How to Become Rich via Compound Interest

Integral Calculus Made Easy


Carlos Alberto Vega


Medieval and Modern Creation of Saints

Sanctity and Imagery in Spain and Latin America

Lovesickness in the Middle Ages

Medieval and Modern “Love Manuals”


Rachid Aadnani*

Associate Professor

Status Update: Change is Coming and Poetry Will Sing It
Jasmine and Poppies: Protest Movements in the MENA Region and the Future of Dissent


Martin Alan Brody*

Catherine Mills Davis Professor

Modernism and Pluralism in Contemporary Music

Marion Dry

Director, Music Performance, Instructor in Voice

Music in the Wellesley Way: A look at academic and performing music in the context of the liberal arts

Claire Fontijn

Associate Professor

Women Composers, Past and Present

Vivaldi's Four Seasons

The World of Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1187): Abbess, Musician, Artist, Politician

Desperately Seeking Antonia: Antonia Bembo (c.1640-c.1720)

Festive Baroque Music in Venice, Paris, and London


Barbara S. Beltz*

Susan M. Hallowell and Ruby Francis Howe Farwell Professor

Making New Neurons in Old Brains: It’s the Difference Between Night and Day!

Marc Tetel

Associate Professor

From Decision Making to Deal Making: How Hormones Influence our Brains and Behavior

Sexual Differentiation of the Brain: How Hormones Influence our Brains and Behavior

Sharon M.H. Gobes

Assistant Professor

The Brain without Memory: Amnesiacs Can Teach us a Thing or Two


Catia Confortini

Assistant Professor

Gender and Conflict

UN Security Council Resolution 1325

Feminist Peace Movements

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom


Helen de Bres

Associate Professor

The Moral Case for Local Food

Why Care About Global Poverty?

Corinne Gartner

Assistant Professor

Trolleys and Terrorists: What Thought Experiments Reveal About Our Moral Reasoning

The Socratic Method in Plato's "Euthyphro"

Ancient Greek Philosophy

Erich Hatala Matthes

Assistant Professor

Isn’t It Just a Matter of Opinion? The Method of Moral Philosophy

Two Ways of Thinking About the Moral Limits of Markets

Topics in Environmental Ethics and Heritage Politics

Mary Kate McGowan ’90

Class of 1966 Associate Professor

Speech Acts and Free Speech

Pornography and the First Amendment


Connie Bauman*

Associate Professor / Sports Medicine Wellness Programs

Finding the Balance: A Multi-Dimensional Approach to Healthy Living

Why We Need Title IX: Opportunities for Women in Sports

Emerging Scientists: Students Teaching Students

Bridget Belgiovine

Director of Athletics, Physical Education, Recreation & Athletics (PERA)

Pursuing a Passion – Athletic Excellence at Wellesley

The Importance of Physical Fitness and Sport in the Lives of Girls and Women


James Battat

Assistant Professor

The Dark Universe

Robbie Berg


LEGO Robots, Little Bits of Diamond, and Blue Foam Tower: Wellesley and the Intersection of Technology and the Liberal Arts

Glenn Stark*


When Isotopes Matter: Dating the Rise of Oxygen on Earth


Christopher Candland

Associate Professor

Muslim Philanthropy in Pakistan

Stacie Goddard

Jane Bishop ’51 Associate Professor of Political Science

U.S.-China Relations: possible futures

William Joseph


The Rise of China: Threat or Opportunity?

China Then, China Now: Reflections on 40 Years of China-Watching

Joel Krieger

Norma Wilentz Hess Professor

Politics of Europe after the Cold War

Blair’s War

The War in Iraq: Motives, Consequences, and Alternatives

Nancy Scherer

Jane Bishop ’51 Associate Professor

Judicial Appointment Process

Gender and Law

Supreme Court Decision- making

Lois Wasserspring

Senior Lecturer

Mexico: NAFTA, the Chiapas Rebellion, Presidential Elections

Cuba: The Future in the Post-Cold War Era

Gender Issues – Women in Cuba

Women and Development in the Third World/Latin America

The Women Artisans of Mexico: Gender, Poverty, and Art


Linda Carli

Senior Lecturer

Women in the labyrinth: Challenges for women leaders

Jonathan M. Cheek


Mermaids: Psychological Perspectives on Sirenology

Narcissism: Covert and Overt, Adaptive and Maladaptive

Shyness and the Many Meanings of Introversion

Tracy Gleason*


Imagination in Social Relationships

Beth Hennessey


The Social Psychology of Creativity: Nurturing Creativity in the Workplace and in Our Schools

Julie K. Norem

Margaret Hamm Professor

Anxiety Management and Pursuing Your Goals

Possible Selves: How We Imagine Influences, What We Become

Jennie Pyers

Associate Professor

How Language Helps Us Think

Being Bilingual

Paul Wink

Class of 1949 Professor in Ethics

(On sabbatical 2015-16 and unable to travel)

Psychology of Adulthood and Aging

Religiousness and Spirituality over the Life Course


Corrine Taylor

Director of Quantitative Reasoning, Senior Lecturer

How Long Would It Take to Move Mount Fuji?: From Fanciful Puzzles to Practical Problems


Barbara Geller


Reflections on Ancient Judaism and Christianity

Jerusalem the Holy City

The Holocaust and the Nazi Racial State

Edward Craig Hobbs

Professor, Emeritus

Strange New Jesuses: Recent Scholarship and Pseudo-Scholarship Concerning Jesus of Nazareth

Old Gods Never Die – They Don’t Even Fade Away

T. James Kodera


How the Academic Study of Religion Has Changed at Wellesley and Beyond

Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Yasukuni Shinto Shrine: Memories of War as Victim and as Victimizer

Why Buddhism Has Become a “Designer Religion” in the West

Christianity for Asians and Africans; Buddhism for Europeans and Americans


Thomas Hodge*


Tolstoy in Novel, Story, and Film


Lee Cuba*


What Does it Mean to be Engaged? Academic Experiences of College Students

Thomas Cushman

Deffenbaugh de Hoyos Carlson Professor

Can a Liberal Support the War in Iraq?

International Humanitarian Intervention: Problems and Prospects

Jonathan B. Imber

Jean Glasscock Professor

Trusting Doctors: The Changing Physician/Patient Relationship

The Future of Medicine: A Sociologist's Perspective

Conservatism, Liberalism, and Student Learning

Peggy Levitt


Artifacts and Allegiances: How Museums Put the Nation and the World on Display

Global Social Protection: New Forms of Social Welfare in an Age of Migration

Reform Through Return?: The Migration-Development Nexus

Smitha Radhakrishnan

Assistant Professor

Demystifying Microfinance: Perspectives from Urban India and Beyond

Gender and India’s IT Revolution

Contemporary Gender Issues in a Globalizing South Asia

Markella Rutherford

Associate Professor

The Public and Private Work of Parenting

Contemporary American Childhood: Overprotected or Overexposed?

Growing Up Unequal: Children and Youth Coming of Age in America


Neelima Shukla-Bhatt

Associate Professor

Singing and Painting in Prayer: Sacred Arts of South Asian Women


Marjorie Agosin

Luella LaMer Slaner Professor

The Literature of Human Rights in the Americas: Gender and Human Rights Poetry

Veronica Darer

Senior Lecturer

Gabriela Mistral and Her Legacy as an Educator

Paolo Freire Pedagogical Theory

Marianismo, Examining Personal Cultural Values and Their Impact on Educational Equity

Elena Gascón-Vera


The Cinema of Pedro Almodóvar

The Spanish Civil War Revisited

Spanish Cinema

Evelina Guzauskyte

Associate Professor

Hidden Violence and the Role of Children in the Mexican Casta Paintings (18th Century)

What’s in a Name: How Christopher Columbus Invented a Landscape

Cultural Ties Between Eastern Europe and Latin America

Koichi Hagimoto*

Assistant Professor

Literature and Culture in the Hispanic Caribbean

Latin America and Asia: Literary and Cultural Connections

Nancy Hall

Senior Lecturer

Modern Mexico: Government, Politics, Culture and History

The War Against Drugs
Reforms in Mexico’s Legal System

Carlos Ramos*


Frederico Garcia Lorca in Vermont, August 1929

U.S. and Spain: 500 Years

Barcelona and the Spirit of Modernity

History in a Shoebox: Recovered Pictures from the Spanish Civil War

Joy Renjilian-Burgy*

Associate Professor

Poetry of the Spanish-Speaking Caribbean

Carlos Alberto Vega


Medieval Spanish Literature

Saints Lives

Study Abroad (Spain and Mexico)


Ruth Rogers

Curator of Special Collections

Of Beauty and Relevance: Artists' Books in the Wellesley College Curriculum
The History of the Book from Manuscript to Print


Nora Hussey*


Theatre as a Means to Another End

Your Son/Daughter is Majoring in What?

Carolyn Morley

Professor (Japanese)

Genji Cuts Loose: Animation and the Visual Arts


Elena Tajima Creef*

Associate Professor

Where Memory and Imagination Meets Family History: How to Read a Family Photo Album

Elvis Left the Building and Went to Wellesley College: How a Women's & Gender Studies Professor Became Embedded in a Krewe of 125 Elvis Impersonators in New Orleans

Charlene Galarneau*

Assistant Professor
(Unable to travel Fall 2015, will resume in Spring 2016)

Feminist Bioethics, Ethics (Justice) and US Health Policy
Gender and Health/Healthcare

Irene Mata

Assistant Professor

Chicana/Latino Studies: Literature, Representation, Media Studies, etc.

Jennifer Musto

Assistant Professor

Human Trafficking

Prostitution, Sex Work, and Intimate Labors

Gender and Technology


Lynne Viti

Senior Lecturer

The Changing Law of Marriage, Divorce, and Adoption in the United States and Morocco: A Cross-Cultural Study

Not the English Composition Course You Remember: Technology and the Teaching of Writing at Wellesley(and Elsewhere) in the Twenty-First Century

Law, Women and Hollywood: Classic Trial Films from 1949 to the Present

The U.S. Supreme Court Today


Sumru Erkut

Associate Director & Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

Raising Competent Girls/Women

Women’s Leadership

*Denotes recipient of the Pinanski Prize for Excellence in Teaching

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