Mary Thomas has been a review editor of the journal since 2007 and will now co-edit alongside Deborah Cowen, Natalie Oswin and Peter Gratton.
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Dr. Shannon Winnubst will team up with Dr. Lynne Huffer, WGSS at Emory, to edit philoSOPHIA: A Journal of Continental Feminism for the next five years.
Amanda Rossie's article, "Wrecked and Redeemed: Religio-Political Pedagogy and MTV's 16 and Pregnant," was recently published in an anthology titled, Girls' Sexualities and the Media (Mediated Youth).
WGSS Professor Elected President of the National Conference of Black Political Scientists
Over the past 50 years, women have made significant inroads into historically male-dominated fields such as business, law, and medicine. In science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), however, women’s progress has been slower, especially in engineering, computer science, and
Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies– one of the premier publications in the field of feminist/gender studies -- will be published at The Ohio State University for the next five years starting in May 2012, with support provided by Ohio
bell hooks, the internationally recognized feminist scholar, will be in residence at Ohio State this year as Visiting Distinguished Professor of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies.