Coordinating council members and their areas of research interest include:
Vivyan Adair, Women's Studies and ACCESS Project (Ph.D., University of Washington, Seattle)
Nesecan Balkan, Economics (Ph.D., Istanbul University)
Carole Bellini-Sharp, Theatre (Ph.D., Carnegie-Mellon University) - directing; dramatic literature; an approach to performance studies emphasizing text, language, classics; voice.
Debra Boutin, Mathematics (Ph.D., Cornell University)
Heather Buchman, assistant professor of music (M.M., University of Michigan; Professional Studies in Conducting, The Julliard School)
Danielle DeMuth, Women's Studies (Ph.D., University of Toledo)
Katheryn Doran, Philosophy (Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) - connections between philosophy and everyday life, and between philosophical reflection and the truth of common sense.
Gillian Gane, English (Ph.D., University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
L. Ella Gant, Art (M.F.A., University of Texas at Austin)
Jinnie Garrett, Biology (Ph.D., Texas A&M University) - molecular genetics; molecular genetics of the mechanisms of nitrogen uptake and utilization in the yeast, Saccharomyces ceremisiae.
Soledad Gelles, Spanish (Ph.D., Stanford University)
Margaret Gentry, Women's Studies (Ph.D., Washington University) - psychology of women and gender; heterosexual relationships and family; violence against women; widowhood; aging.
Barbara Gold, Classics (Ph.D., University of North Carolina) - feminist theory; classics and medieval literature, especially representations of women in Roman literature and medieval women writers.
Sharon Gormley, Coordinator of the ACCESS Project (A.B., Hamilton College)
Shelley P. Haley, Classics and Africana Studies (Ph.D., University of Michigan)
Tina Hall, English (Ph.D., University of Missouri--Columbia)
Lydia Hamessley, Music (Ph.D., University of Minnesota) - music in the Renaissance; feminism and music; bluegrass music.
Jenny Irons, Sociology (Ph.D., University of Arizona)
Marianne Janack, Philosophy (Ph.D., Syracuse University)
Esther Kanipe, History (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin) - women's and family history; impact of war on women and children; modern France.
Timothy Kelly, Mathematics (Ph.D., University of New Hampshire)
Susan Mason, Director of Education Studies and Director of Oral Communication Center (M.S., Ithaca College)
Mark Masterson, Classics (Ph.D., University of Southern California)
Jeffrey McArn, College Chaplain (M.Div.)
Cheryl Morgan, French (Ph.D., Columbia University) - 19th-century French literature and culture; modern French women writers.
Joseph Mwantuali, French (Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University)
Deborah Pokinski, Art History (Ph.D., Cornell University) - modern European and American art; women in art, especially the images of women/class in the turn-of-the-century American painting; historiography of modern and American art history where women and people of color have been excluded.
Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz, Comparative Literature (Ph.D., University of Chicago) - feminist literary theory; queer theory; Greek tragedy; 19th-century and 20th-century fiction.
Gita Rajan, Women's Studies (Ph.D., University of Arizona)
Brian Rosmaita, Computer Science (Ph. D., University of Notre Dame)
Carl Rubino, Classics (Ph.D., State University of New York at Buffalo)
Susan Sanchez Casal, Spanish and Women's Studies (Ph.D., University of California at Riverside)
Cathy Silber, Chinese (Ph.D., University of Michigan)
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