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Anne Sisson Runyan

Title: Professor, Department of Political Science and Faculty Affiliate, Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Office: 1204 Crosley Tower
Tel: 513-556-6652
Email: anne.runyan@uc.edu

Anne Sisson Runyan, Professor of Political Science and a faculty affiliate of Women&39;s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Cincinnati (UC), holds a PhD in International Relations from The American University, Washington, DC. She formerly headed the Department of Women&39;s Studies and also served as the Interim Faculty Chair and Director of the Charles Phelps Taft Research Center at UC. She previously founded and directed women’s studies programs at the State University of New York at Potsdam and at Wright State University, where she also held appointments in political science and chaired the Department of Politics at SUNY Potsdam. She has taught in Canada and Europe, including serving as a Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in North American Integration at York University in Toronto and a visiting scholar and fellow at the University of Amsterdam, and studied and guest lectured in many parts of the US and the world, including most recently Mexico and Egypt..A pioneer in the field of feminist international relations and a recipient of the Eminent Scholar Award from the Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section of the International Studies Association, her books include Global Gender Issues (four editions, fifth in progress under the title Global Gender Politics), Gender and Global Restructuring (two editions), and Feminist (Im)Mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America. She has published widely in journals and volumes on many aspects of feminist world politics,and is currently developing a book on feminist critiques of nuclear colonialism. She serves on a range of editorial boards and is an associate editor of and book review link editor for the International Feminist Journal of Politics for which she organized and hosted its fifth annual conference culminating in a special edition she is guest-editing, In addition to her experience heading five academic departments and programs and a major endowed research center which funds faculty and student research and scholarly events in thirteen liberal arts departments, she has been a leader in several professional organizations, including the International Studies Association, the National Women&39;s Studies Association,and the American Association of University Professors and has directed or co-directed several externally- and internally-funded collaborative research, international exchange, curricular, conference, and speaker projects, currently co-directing a gender equity study for the City of Cincinnati. She has also chaired and/or served on countless campus governance bodies. For her achievements as a feminist researcher, leader, administrator, organizer, and fundraiser, she has received numerous university, college, and department awards for outstanding scholarship and service. She has taught a range of graduate and undergraduate courses particularly in the areas of feminist global political economy and security studies, feminist political and international relations theory, and transnational feminism at multiple institutions as well as chaired and/or served on many MA and PhD committees and was a recipient of the Society of Women in International Political Economy Mentor Award.

Education

  • Ph.D., The American University, Washington, D.C., 1988 (International Relations Dissertation: "Feminism, Peace, and International Relations: An Examination of Women Organizing Internationally for Peace and Security").
  • M.S., The American University, Washington, D.C., 1979 (Public Relations).
  • B.A., University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, 1976 (Communication Studies).

Research Information

Research Interests

Dr. Anne Sisson Runyan specializes in theorizing and analyzing feminist world politics, gender and global political economy, and transnational feminism. Her most recent books include Global Gender Issues in the New Millennium, 4th edition (Westview Press 2014; 5th edition in progress), Feminist (Im)Mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America: Rights, Citizenships, and Identities in Transnational Perspective  (Ashgate 2013), and Gender and Global Restructuring: Sighting, Sites and Resistances (Routledge 2011) and is working on a monograph tentatively entitled?Contesting Disposability: Transnational, Decolonial, and Feminist Resistances to Burying Nuclear Waste in Canada. She is particularly interested in how the interlocking power relations of gender, race, class, sexuality, and nationality structure international relations and how (gendered, racialized, and sexualized) international relations structure transnational feminist politics.

Research Support

  • (Fellow), Charles P. Taft Faculty Release Fellowship, Taft Research Center, University of Cincinnati. $6,000. 03-2009 to 06-2009. Status: Completed.
  • NEH Grant, National Endowment for the Humanities. $1,000. 09-2004 to 08-2005. Status: Completed.
  • (Project Director), FIPSE Grant, US Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education. $205,000. 09-2004 to 08-2009. Status: Completed.
  • (Project Director), Faculty Development Grant, University of Cincinnati. $15,000. 05-2003 to 05-2004. Status: Completed.
  • Grant, Center for International Studies, University of Southern California. 02-2001. Status: Completed.
  • (Co-Investigator), Research Initatives Grant, Wright State University. $8,000. 04-2000. Status: Completed.
  • Faculty Development Grant, Wright State University College of Liberal Arts. $750. 1998 to 1999. Status: Completed.
  • Faculty Development Grant, Wright State University College of Liberal Arts. $750. 1997 to 1998. Status: Completed.
  • Service Learning Grant, Wright State University. $1,000. 1997. Status: Completed.
  • Campus Climate Grant, Wright State University. $2,000. 1997. Status: Completed.
  • Campus Climate Grant, Wright State University. $1,500. 12-1996. Status: Completed.
  • NEH Grant, National Endowment for the Humanities. $2,000. 06-1996. Status: Completed.
  • Graduate Programs in International Studies Grant, Old Dominion University. 02-1996. Status: Completed.
  • Instructional Technology Grant, SUNY Potsdam. $2,500. 1996. Status: Completed.
  • Continuing Faculty Development Grant, New York State/United University Professions (NYS/UUP). $1,000. 1995. Status: Completed.
  • Travel Grant, American Council of Learned Societies. $1,500. 1994. Status: Completed.
  • Small Research Grant, American Political Science Association (APSA). $2,000. 1994. Status: Completed.
  • Research and Creative Endeavor Grant, The Research Foundation of the State University of New York/SUNY Potsdam. $1,500. 1994. Status: Completed.
  • Continuing Faculty Development Grant, New York State/United University Professions (NYS/UUP). $1,000. 1994. Status: Completed.
  • (Team Member), AACU Grant, Association of American Colleges and Universities. 02-1994. Status: Completed.
  • (Project Director), Grant, Interfaith Hunger Project and Five College Program on Peace and World Order Studies. 01-1993. Status: Completed.
  • NEH Grant, National Endowment for the Humanities. $2,000. 06-1992. Status: Completed.
  • Grant, Center for Latin American and the Caribbean (CELAC)/Institute for Research on Women (IROW). 06-1991. Status: Completed.
  • Grant, SUNY Women's Studies Council/United University Professionals. $20,000. 1991. Status: Completed.
  • Grant, Wellesley College Center for Research on Women. $500. 10-1990. Status: Completed.
  • Grant for Diversifying the Curriculum, SUNY Potsdam School of Liberal Studies. $800. 1990. Status: Completed.
  • NEH Grant, National Endowment for the Humanities. $2,000. 06-1990. Status: Completed.
  • New Faculty Development Grant, New York State/United University Professions (NYS/UUP). $750. 04-1990. Status: Completed.
  • Conference Travel Grant, University of Cincinnati Friends of Women's Studies. $300. 06-2010 to 07-2010.
  • (PI), Anne Sisson Runyan, Amy Lind, Olga Sanmiguel-Valderrama, and Adrian Parr, Global Engagement through Women's and Gender Studies International Online Collaboratives and Research Linkages, University of Cincinnati Faculty Development Council . $14,805. 03-2011 to 03-2012. Status: Denied.
  • (Fellow), Anne Sisson Runyan, Olga Sanmiguel-Valderrama, Carolyn Stoll, Participation in the COIL Institute for Globally Networked Learning in the Humanities, SUNY Center for Collaborative Online International Learning sponsored by NEH grant. $5,000 in support for team. 06-2011 to 04-2013. Status: Active.
  • (PI), Anne S. Runyan, Faculty Conference Travel Grant to present at the 2012 International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Charles P. Taft Research Center. $405. 03/30/2012 to 04/04/2012. Status: Active.
  • (PI), Dr. Anne Sisson Runyan, PI, Co-Investigators: Drs. Amy Lind, Johanna Looye, Laura Jenkins, Olga Sanmiguel-Valderrama, Brianna Leavitt-Alacantara, Stephen Porter, “Capacity-building of Civil Society Organizations for Human Rights: Monitoring and Strategic Litigation in the South-Southeast of Mexico”: to be funded by USAID. Three Year Project (December 2012-December 2015) proposed for which UC was to be the subawardee through Department of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies as International Partner , USAID through submission by CERES (Centro de Estudios del Desarrollo Regional y Estrategicos para Dialogo, Global, S.A.), Puebla, Mexico . $220,000. 2012 to 2015. Status: Denied.
  • (Co-PI), Amy Lind, Anne Sisson Runyan, Carollette Norwood, CECH Education Faculty, “Stand on Your Feet: Empowering Rwanda’s Women and Communities Through an Educational Partnership”, US Higher Education in Development. $493,500. 09-2012 to 09-2013. Status: Denied.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Conference Travel Grant for “Feminisms in Fortressing North America: Future Research Directions,” paper given at National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference, Oakland, CA , Charles Phelps Taft Research Center. $419. 11/08/2012 to 11/11/2012. Status: Completed.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Publications Grant for publisher prepared index for Feminist (Im)Mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America co-edited volume , Charles Phelps Taft Research Center. $780. 11-2012. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Runyan, Anne, Women's Human Rights, Citizenships, and Identities in a North American Context, Department of Education. (P116N040013-04), $204,883.00. 09/01/2004 to 08/31/2009. Status: Closed.
  • (Co-PI), Speakers Grant, US Institute of Peace. $2000. 07-2013 to 11-2013. Status: Completed.
  • International Conference Travel Grant to present at International Studies Association Annual Meeting, March 2014, Toronto, Canada, Charles P. Taft Research Center. $1213. 01-2014 to 03-2014. Status: Completed.
  • (Organizer), The Anita Hill Lecture Hosting Award, Feminist Soapbox, Inc.. $5000. 11-2014 to 01-2015. Status: Completed.
  • (Lecturer), Global Faculty Program Award, Tec de Monterrey, Queretaro, Mexico. $5000. 12-2014 to 03-2015. Status: Completed.
  • (Presenter), Domestic Conference Travel Grant, University of Cincinnati Charles P. Taft Research Center. $879.20. 10-2014 to 11-2014. Status: Completed.
  • (Organizer), Competitive Lecture Grant and Global Studies and Human Rights Research Group Grants, University of Cincinnati Charles P. Taft Research Center. $3688.02. 11-2014 to 03-2015. Status: Completed.
  • (Organizer), 2016 Annual Conference Support, International Feminist Journal of Politics. $7000. 01-2015 to 05-2016. Status: Active.
  • (Fellow), Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in North American Integration at York University, Toronto, Canada, Fulbright. $25,000. 04-2016 to 12-2016. Status: Active.
  • (Fellow), Summer Research Fellowship, University of Cincinnati Taft Research Center. $8000. 02-2016 to 09-2016. Status: Active.
  • Domestic Conference Grant, University of Cincinnati Taft Research Center. $765.70. 01-2016 to 03-2016. Status: Completed.
  • International Feminist Journal of Politics Conference Speakers Grant, University of Cincinnati Taft Human Rights Research Group. $900. 12-2015 to 05-2016. Status: Active.
  • International Feminist Journal of Politics Conference Logistical and Facilities grant, University of Cincinnati Taft Global Studies Research Group. $4050. 05-2015 to 05-2016. Status: Active.
  • Conference and Lectures Grant, University of Cincinnati Taft Research Center. $2290. 11-2015 to 05-2016. Status: Active.
  • Fulbright Visiting Scholars Speakers Program Grant . $810. 10-2016 to 11-2016.
  • UC Taft Research Center Faculty Release Fellowship. $8000. 01-2018 to 05-2018.
  • UC Taft Research Center Domestic Travel Grant . $914. 01-2017 to 02-2017.
  • (Co-PI), Gender Analysis of the municipal government of the City of Cincinnati conducted by the UC Gender Equity Research Team, City of Cincinnati and other funders. $20,500. 09-2017 to 09-2019. Status: Active.

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

  • Anne Sisson Runyan and Mary Wenning. "Prospects for Renewed Feminist Activism in the Heartland: A Study of Daytonian Women's Politics." NWSA Journal 16 (2004): 180-214.[Link]
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Special Issue Editor. "Shifting Terrains--Constructing Gender after NAFTA." International Feminist Journal of Politics, Vol. 4, No. 2,  2002.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Hoe vrouwelijk is de Niuewe Wereldorde? Internationale betrekkingen als mannendomein" ("How feminine is the new world order? International relations: the domain of men" translated by Inge Bootsma). Lover: Literatuuroverzicht over feminisme, cultuur en wetenschap 22 (1995): 62-66.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Third World Women in the Global Factory: Neither 'Victims' Nor 'Saviors'."" The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs 17 (1993): 53-58.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan and V. Spike Peterson. "The Radical Future of Realism: Feminist Subversions of IR Theory."" Alternatives 16 (1991): 67-106.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Nicaragua is to Feminism as the U.S. is to Patriarchy." Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal 13 (1987): 148-53.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "The Personal as Political in Kenya: A Report on the International Women's Studies Institute."" Canadian Women's Studies 7 (1986): 34-37.
  • Kenneth Rabin, Anne Sisson Runyan, Patricia Williams, and Dean DeBuck. "Government Public Information: The State of the Art--A Probe Begins." Journal of Public Communication 5 (1979): 27-35.
  • Marysia Zalewski and Anne Sisson Runyan. "Taking Feminist Violence Seriously in Feminist International Relations,"  International Feminist Journal of Politics 15 (3), Fall 2013, pp. 293-313.
  • "Going Greenham/Going Gaga on Peace and Security" in Forum on Gaga Feminism: Escaping Normal Bodies of Feminist Security Studies, Critical Studies on Security 3(2): 216-219, 2015.
  • Marysia Zalewski and Anne Sisson Runyan, "'Unthinking' Sexual Violence in a Neoliberal Era of Spectacular Terror,"​ Critical Studies on Terrorism  3,2: 439-455, 2015.

Books

  • V. Spike Peterson and Anne Sisson Runyan. Global Gender Issues in the New Millennium, Third Edition. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2010.[Link]
  • Marianne H. Marchand and Anne Sisson Runyan (eds). Gender and Global Restructuring: Sightings, Sites and Resistances, Second Edition. London and New York: Routledge (RIPE Series in Global Political Economy), 2011.[Link]
  • Marianne H. Marchand and Anne Sisson Runyan (eds). Gender and Global Restructuring: Sightings, Sites and Resistances. London and New York: Routledge (RIPE Series in Global Political Economy), 2000.
  • V. Spike Peterson and Anne Sisson Runyan. Global Gender Issues, Second Edition. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1999.[Link]
  • V. Spike Peterson and Anne Sisson Runyan. Global Gender Issues. Boulder, CO: Westview Press (Dilemmas in World Politics Series), 1993.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Amy Lind, Pat McDermott, and Marianne Marchand (eds). Feminist (Im)Mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America: Rights, Citizenships, and Identities in Transnational Perspective. Ashgate Publishers  (Gender in a Local/Global World Series). Hampshire, UK: Ashgate, February 2013.[Link]
  • Anne Sisson Runyan and V. Spike Peterson. Global Gender Issues in a New Millennium, 4th Edition.  Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2014. Revision solely by Runyan.

Book Chapter

  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Trading Places under Neoliberal Empire: Rethinking Inter-nationalized Feminist Resistance and Solidarities in the Context of 'North America” in Kofman, Eleonore and Gillian Youngs (eds)." Globalization: Theory and Practice, Third Edition London and New York: Continuum: (2008): pp. 130-43.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Global Feminism" in Paludi, Michele (ed.)." Feminism and Women's Rights Worldwide, Volume 3 (Feminism as Human Rights). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, 2010,  pp. 1-16.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "“The Places of Women in Trading Places Revisited: Gendered Global/Regional Regimes and Inter-nationalized Feminist Resistance” in Kofman, Eleonore and Gillian Youngs (eds)." Globalization Theory and Practice, Second Edition London and New York: Continuum: (2003): pp. 149-56.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "“World-Traveling Feminisms in an Era of Global Restructuring” in Tetreault, Mary Ann and Robin L. Teske (eds). Partial Truths and the Politics of Community: Feminist Approaches to Social Movements, Community and Power. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press: (2003): pp. 67-85.
  • Marianne H. Marchand and Anne Sisson Runyan. "Gender and Global Restructuring: Conceptualizations and Reconceptualizations." Modified and Reprinted in Schuurmann, Frans J. (ed.). Globalization and Development Studies: Challenges for the 21st Century. London: Sage Publications, 2001, pp. 135-52.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Women in the Neoliberal 'Frame'" in Meyer, Mary K. and Elisabeth Prugl (eds)." Gender Politics in Global Governance. Boulder, CO: Rowman and Littlefield, 1999, pp. 210-20.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Of Markets and Men: The (Re)Making(s) of IPE" in Burch, Kurt and Robert A. Denmark (eds). Constituting International Political Economy (IPE Yearbook, Volume 10) Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1997. pp. 79-90.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "The Places of Women in Trading Places: Gendered Global/Regional Regimes and Inter-nationalized Feminist Resistance" in Kofman, Eleonore and Gillian Youngs (eds). Globalization: Theory and Practice London: Cassell/Pinter, 1996, pp. 238-52.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Radical Feminism: Alternative Futures" in D'Amico, Francine and Peter Beckman (eds)." Women, Gender, and World Politics, Westport, CT: Bergin and Garvey, 1994, pp. 201-15.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Women's Studies and the Paradox of Feminist Leadership" in Paludi, Michele and Breena Coates (eds)." Transformational Leaders: From Grassroots to Global Interests, Volume 2. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2011, pp. 179-184.
      

  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "The 'State' of Nature: A Garden Unfit for Women and Other Living Things" in Peterson, V. Spike (ed.). Gendered States: Feminist (Re)Visions of IR Theory Boulder, CO: Lynne Reinner Publishers,1992,  pp. 123-40.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Undisciplining World Politics: The Personal is Political” in Gonick, Lev and Edward Weisband (eds). Teaching World Politics: Contending Pedagogies for a New World Order.  Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1992, pp. 99-111.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Development of Public Information Laws" and "Interior Department: A Traditional Approach” in Helm, Lewis M., Ray Eldon Hiebert, Michael R. Naver, and Kenneth Rabin (eds)." Informing the People: A Public Affairs Handbook.  New York: Longman, 1981.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan “(In)Visible Subjects:  Thinking About Transnational Feminism in Fortress North America Through Film.”   In Feminist (Im)Mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America, ed. Anne Sisson Runyan et al, pp. 185-200. Hampshire, UK: Ashgate, 2013. 
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Amy Lind, Patricia McDermott, and Marianne H. Marchand. "Introduction:  Feminist (Im)Mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America."  In Feminist (Im)Mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America, ed. Anne Sisson Runyan et al., pp. 1-18.  Hampshire, UK: Ashgate, 2013.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Marianne H. Marchand, and Carolyn Stoll. "Crossing Borders: Transnational Feminism and Transnationally-Networked Learning" in Moore, Alexandre Schultheis and Sunka Simon (eds.). Globally-Networked Learning: Theories and Practices. New York: Routledge, 2015, pp. 110-123..

Editorial

  • "Women Who Say &39;No" to War," WCPO-Cincinnati online, September 30, 2014.

Encyclopedia Article

  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Gender and Globalization." The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization, Volume II. George Ritzer (ed.), pp. 725-734. Sussex:  Blackwell Publishing, March 2012,.
  • "Gender and Globalization." Updated entry for online Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization, Volume II  (pp. 725-734 in 2012 print edition edited by George Ritzer), Fall 2014.
  • "Global Restructuring" in Naples, Nancy (ed.). Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia on Gender and Sexuality Studies, 2016, pp. 1-3.
  • "Gender and Global Restructuring" in Steans, Jill and Daniela Tepe (eds.). Handbook on Gender in World Politics. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016, pp. 354-361..  

In Press

  • Marysia Zalewski and Anne Sisson Runyan. “Feminist Violences and the In/Securing of Feminism” in Gentry, Caron, Laura J. Shepherd, and Laura Sjoberg (eds). Routledge Handbook of Gender and Security, London: Routledge, forthcoming Fall 2017.

Invited Publication

  • Anne Sisson Runyan. Contributor to Anna Agathangelou and Marysia Zalewski, “Disturbing Hegemony? A Discussion Emanating from the Work of Professor V. Spike Peterson” (Conversations piece). International Feminist Journal of Politics 7 (2005): pp. 308-17.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "“Stop Trading Our Lives Away” (Conversations piece) in "Shifting Terrains--Constructing Gender after NAFTA."" International Feminist Journal of Politics, Special Issue: Shifting Terrains—Constructing Gender after NAFTA, 4: (2002): pp. 261-67.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "The Events of 11 September 2001 and Beyond” Forum contributor." International Feminist Journal of Politics 4: (2002): pp. 108-109.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Gender, Free Trade, and Cultures of Resistance." Reprinted in Japanese in new Japanese journal of leftist intellectuals, special issue on feminism, translated by Michiko Koshio." associe 1: (2001): pp. 7-13.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan and V. Spike Peterson. "The Radical Future of Realism: Feminist Subversions of IR Theory, ". Reprinted in Linklater, Andrew (ed.). International Relations: Critical Concepts, Volume 4 London: Routledge: (2000): pp. 1693-1730.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Gender, Free Trade, and Cultures of Resistance" in Haxton, Eva and Claes Olsson (eds). Gender Focus on the WTO. Uppsala, Sweden: Global Publications Foundation, 1999,  pp. 7-13.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Gender and Gendered Regimes: Systems to Revise" in Haxton, Eva and Claes Olsson (eds). Women and Sustainability in International Trade. Uppsala, Sweden: Global Publications Foundation,1997, pp. 22-30.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Trading Partners: Gendered Regimes and Gender Regimes." ICDA Journal: Focus on Trade and Development 4: (1996): pp. 5-9.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Women and the Neoliberal Agenda of the North" in Haxton, Eva and Claes Olsson (eds)." Women in Development: Trade Aspects on Women in the Development Process. Uppsala, Sweden: United Nations Youth and Student Association of Sweden (UFFN),1995, pp. 104-17.
  • V. Spike Peterson and Anne Sisson Runyan. "A Stark Picture: Gendered Politics in a Global Context."" Harvard International Review 16 (1994): pp. 38-40, 81-82.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Diversity & the Academy: The Ampersand Problem." Phoebe: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Feminist Scholarship, Theory and Aesthetics 4 (1992), p. 21.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Gender Relations and the Politics of Protection." Peace Review, Special Issue on Women, Men and the State 2: (1990): pp. 28-31.

Popular Magazine Article

  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Post-Nairobi: What It Really Means."" The Newsmagazine by Alberta Women 2: (1987): pp. 15-17.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Borderline Feminism: Women, Israel, and the Middle East." The Newsmagazine by Alberta Women 1 (1986): pp. 22-23.

Review

  • Anne Sisson Runyan.Review of Feminist Coalitions: Historical Perspectives on Second Wave Feminism in the United States, edited by Stephanie Gilmore for  Clio 38: 2 (Spring 2009):  67-72.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. Review of  Mothers, Monsters, Whores by Laura Sjoberg and Caron E. Gentry for Politics & Gender 5: pp: 1-3. (2009).
  • Anne Sisson Runyan.Review of  Pedagogies of Crossing: Meditations on Feminism, Sexual Politics, Memory, and the Sacred by M. Jacqui Alexander for The Journal of Women, Politics, and Policy 28: 2 (2006): pp. 135-38.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. Review of Boomerang! How our Covert Wars Have Created Enemies Across the Middle East and Brought Terror to America by Mark Zepezauer for New Political Science 26: 3 (September 2004): pp. 478-81..
  • Anne Sisson Runyan.  "Still Not 'At Home' in IR: Feminist World Politics Ten Years Later" Book Reveiw Essay.  International Politics 39: 3 (2002): pp. 361-68. .
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. Review of Women, Culture, and International Relations edited by Vivienne Jabri and Eleanor O'Gorman for  International Feminist Journal of Politics 3: 1 (2001):  143-44.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan.Review of  Faking "It": U.S. Hegemony in a Post-Phallic Era by Cynthia Weber for  American Political Science Review 94: 2 (2000): 521.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. Review of  Women, the State, and Political Liberalization: Middle Eastern and North African Experiences by Laurie A. Brand for International Politics 36: 4 (December 1999):  584-86. .
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. Book Review Essay on Re-Orienting Western Feminisms: Women's Diversity in a Postcolonial World by Chilla Bulbeck for  "Rethinking the Canon" section of  International Feminist Journal of Politics 1: 3 (1999):  487-90.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan.Review of  Feminist Theory and International Relations in a Postmodern Era by Christine Sylvester for Women and Politics 19: 2 (1998):  110-11.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. Review of  Unequal Struggle: Class, Gender, Race, and Power in the U.S. Congress by John C. Berg for The Annals of the Academy of Political & Sociel Science 544 (March 1996); pp. 217-18.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan.Review of  Women and American Foreign Policy: Lobbyists, Critics, and Insiders edited by Edward P. Crapol, and Women in Foreign Policy: The Insiders by Nancy E. McGlen and Meredith Reid Sarkees for  NWSA Journal 6: 2 (Summer 1994): 331-35.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. Film Review of four films on rape crisis centers for NWSA Journal 3: 2 (Spring 1991): 353-26.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. Review of Bananas, Beaches and Bases: Making Feminist Sense of International Politics by Cynthia Enloe for American Political Science Review 85: 1 (March 1991):  333-35.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. Review of  Talking Peace: The Women's International Peace Conference by Susan C. MacPhee for Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal 15: 2 (Spring 1990): 107-109. .
  • Anne Sisson Runyan.  Review of Lucha: The Struggles of Latin American Women edited by Connie Weil for Women's Studies International Forum 13: 5 (1990):  520-21.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. Review of Developing Partnerships: Gender, Sexuality and the Reformed World Bank by Kate Bedford in  Perspectives on Politics 8: 1, 2010.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan.  Book Review essay on 3 books on women and war (Echoes of Chongquing: Women in Wartime China, No Time for Dreams: Living in Burma Under Military Rule, Gender and Genocide in Burundi) for Feminist Formations, Vol 24, No. 1, April 2012.
  • Political Worlds of Women for International Feminist Journal of Politics, 16 (1), Winter 2014, pp.1-3.
  • A Feminist Voyage Through International Relations by J. Ann Tickner for Politics & Gender 11(2): 448-450, 2016.
  • Gender & Foreign Policy in the Clinton Administration by Karen Garner for International Studies Review ​17 (1):141-143, 2015.
  • Book review of ​The Beauty Trade: Youth, Gender, and Fashion Globalizatiion by Angela McCracken for Perspectives on Politics, Vol. 14. No. 3, 2016, pp. 930-931. 

Teaching and Resource Materials

  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Women and Politics." Women in International Perspective Syllabi Collection, produced by SUNY Albany, 1996..
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Women and Politics." American Political Science Association Women and Politics Syllabi Collection, 1996.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Women and Development." Association for Women in Development Syllabi Collection, 1989.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Women in Cross-Cultural Perspective." Association for Women in Development Syllabi Collection, 1989.

Technical Report

  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "Women and Politics." Status of Women in Montgomery County, Ohio, Women's Research Network Study Report, 2002 (produced under Wright State University Research Team grant for which Co-PI).
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "The Domestic Violence Response System: A Prospectus for the Niagara Region, " submitted to the Social Services Department, Regional Municipality of Niagara and the Province of Ontario, June 1985 (individual policy research contract).
  • Anne Sisson Runyan with Kenneth Rabin and Ellen Eckstein. "Analyses of the Target Audiences of US Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, " submitted to the U.S. Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, February 1981 (Institute for Government Public Information Research contract).
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "The Analysis of Development of Management and Design Procedures for the Division of Audio-Visual Communication Services, U.S. Department of Labor: Final Report, " submitted to the Division of Audio-Visual Communication Services, U.S. Department of Labor, August 1980 (Capital Counselors contract), 1980.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan. "An Audit of the Information Activities of the Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services, "  Institute for Government Public Information Research Report, June 1979.

Under Review

  • "Disposable Waste, Lands, and Bodies under Canada's Gendered Nuclear Colonialism," under final review for International Feminist Journal of Politics.

Work in Progress

  • Anne Sisson Runyan, ​Global Gender Politics (5th edition of previous Global Gender Issues). Boulder, CO: Westview Press, contract forthcoming and ms. due December 2017.
  • ​Contesting Disposability: Transnational, Decolonial, and Feminist Resistances to Burying Nuclear Waste in Canada. Research continuing and have written and presented two papers towards monograph, with one under final review for publication. Both University of Washington Press and UBC Press have expressed interest in publishing monograph.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Crystal Whetstone, Anwar Mhajne, and Rina Williams. "Feminisms in Comparative Perspective." Naples, Nancy (ed). Companion to Feminist Studies. New York: Wiley-Blackwell. First draft due end of September 2017, final submission in November 2017. 
  • Guest Editor, Special Issue on “Decolonized Knowledges in Feminist World Politics,” International Feminist Journal of Politics, slated for Issue 20.1 (January 2018).
     

Presentations & Lectures

Invited Presentations

  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Inaugural Lecturer (04/16/2009). Feminist Global Justice Theorizing: A Tribute to Iris Marion Young Iris Marion Young Award and Political Engagement Lecture and Award Ceremony, sponsored by the Innovation Clinic, the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, and the Women's Studies Program, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Speaker (04/02/2009). At the Crossroads of Globalization and Empire: Transnational Feminist Resistances Public Lecture, sponsored by the Women's Studies Program and Department of Political Science as part of campus-wide lecture and performance series, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Moderator (06-2008). Feminist Perspectives on Human Security National Council for Research on Women Annual Conference, New York, NY, June 5-8, 2008.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (11-2007). World Political Feminisms in an Age of Empire Paper Presentation, "Pen and Protest: Intellect and Action," Symposium on Transnational Feminism plenary panel, Women's Studies Program, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, November 16-17, 2007.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Discussant (12/01/2006). "Gender and Security" Symposium, Institute for Research on Women, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Lecturer (06-2006). Gender and NAFTA Faculty Consortium, "Women's Human Rights, Citizenships, and Identities in a North American Context" Summer Institute, York University, Toronto, Canada, June 2006.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (10-2005). In/Re/De-Securitizing Gender in the Post-9/11 World Dis/Order Paper Presentation, "Old vs. New Security" plenary panel, Symposium on "The Changing International Security Agenda and Its Implications for North America", Universidad de las Americas-Puebla, Cholula, Mexico, October 26-29, 2005.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan and V. Spike Peterson, Co-Presenters (12/06/2002). Epistemologies and Methodologies: Feminism, Post-Colonialism, and Orthodoxy Women and Politics Doctoral Program Colloquium, York University, Toronto, Canada.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (11/08/2002). World Travelings: Global Restructuring and Transversal Feminist Politics Seminar Paper, Feminism and Globalization Colloquium, Belle van Zuylen Institute, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (04/13/2002). "Xena Meets Lysistrata: Readings on Women, War, and Peace" Panel, Women's Studies Presents, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Keynote Speaker (03/09/2002). There is still much to be done ... Internationalizing Women's Studies SUNY Potsdam 10th Annual Women's Studies Celebration, SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, NY.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (02/22/2002). Women at the Table: A Panel of New Deans and Director Panel Presentation, Women's Studies Leadership Conference, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Leader (06/04/2001). Gendering International Studies/Internationalizing Women's Studies Seminar, Women's Studies Program, Miami University, Oxford, OH.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan and V. Spike Peterson, Co-Guest Lecturers (05/04/2001). Global Gender Issues Women's Studies Program and Political Science Department, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Lecturer (04/23/2001). Global Restructuring and International Feminist Theory International Relations Colloquium and Center for Advanced Feminist Studies, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Lecturer (03/29/2001). Gender, Global Restructuring, and Feminist Politics Globalization Lecture Series, Illinois State University, Normal, IL.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Lecturer (04/27/2000). The Global Restructuring of Feminist Politics SUNY Oswego International Studies/Women's Studies Lecture Series, SUNY Oswego, Oswego, NY.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (02/17/2000). Collaborative and Community Work in Women's Studies at Wright State University "Women's Studies/Women's Communities" Roundtable, 25th Anniversity of the Center for Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (04/09/1999). Multiculturalism, Women's Studies, and International Studies at State Universities "Women of Color and International Relations" Roundtable, Women's Resource Center, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Speaker (04/09/1998). Gender and Global Restructuring Public Lecture, Globalization Lecture Series, co-sponsored by Transition Studies and Women's Studies, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (04/23/1997). Global Gender Issues Public Lecture, Women's Awareness Month Lecture Series, "Thinking Globally, Acting Locally", Sinclair Community College, Dayton, OH.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Speaker (02/21/1997). "Community Issues" Panel, Metropolitan Lecture Series, Wright State University, Dayton, OH.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter/Discussant (04/20/1995). "Imagined Communities and Identity Politics of White Nationalist Women in Europe," presentation and discussion session led around video, "Rise of the New Eve" (produced and directed by Sioban Cleary, Spectacle Productions, London, 1994), Belle van Zuylen Institute, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Lecturer (03/23/1995). Gendered States and Global Restructuring: Feminist (Re)Visions of Political Space Research Centre for International Political Economy and Foreign Policy Analysis (RECIPE) Lecture Series, "Globalisation, State, and Civil Society", University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Lecturer (03/13/1995). Gender and International Relations: Inside/Outside Ph.D. Course, "Social Change and Construction of Identity: Perspectives on Development and International Relations", Peace and Development Research Institute, Goteborg University, Goteborg, Sweden.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Lecturer (06/08/1994). Gender, Regional Integration, and the Global Economy Graduate Seminar, Gender in International Affairs, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Keynote Speaker (05-1994). Internationalizing Gender/Undomesticating Feminism Curriculum Development Seminar, "Linking Domestic and International Women's Issues", Winona State University, Winona, MN, May 6-8, 1994.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Lecturer (04/20/1992). IR: What's Feminism Got to Do With It? International Relations Graduate Student/Faculty Colloquium, Columbia University, New York, NY.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (12/05/1991). Feminist Epistemology Public Lecture, Philosophy Forum, SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, NY.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Lecturer (03/29/1991). Gender and International Relations: Feminist Reflections on the Gulf War Dartmouth College Feminist Discussion Group Lecture Series, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (03/16/1989). Women, Revolution, and Nicaragua Public Lecture, Central American Peace Project, SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, NY.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Lecturer (03/23/1988). "I Ain't Gonna Study War No More": Thoughts on the Value of Peace Studies Lecture and Discussion Series, Centre for Continuing Education, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Lecturer (03/18/1988). Challenging Academe: Reflections on the Relationship between Women's Studies and Peace Studies Faculty Seminar Series, Peace Studies Committee, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (02/11/1988). Women and Development Public Lecture, Issues in Development Symposium, sponsored by Worldwise International Centre, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Lecturer (03/02/1987). Violence Against Women and the State: A Comparative Analysis Women's Studies Week, co-sponsored by the Women's Studies Unit, Political Science Department, and International Student Affairs Office, Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (10/31/1985). The NGO Forum and Women's Studies Panel Presentation, Women's Studies Group, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Speaker (02-1984). Violence Against Women: The Private War(s) Public Lecture, Women's Program Lecture Series, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Speaker (05-1983). International Violence Against Women: Core and Periphery Public Lecture, Alberta Society of Women Against Violence Conference on "Ending the Silence", University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan . Numerous additional presentations for local women's/other organizations (e.g., local chapters of the Business and Professional Women's Association, National Organization for Women, American Association for University Women, Daughters of the American Revolution, Amnesty International, World Affairs Council, etc.), on women's studies and/or local/global gender issues, in Northern New York and Southwest Ohio..
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Guest Lecturer (04/09/2009). At the Crossroads of Globalization and Empire: Transnational Feminist Resistances Women’s Studies Presents Lecture Series, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Co-Organizer and Participant (2008). Taft Seminar on Popular Culture in the Middle East, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2007-08.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Project Director Participant (11-2007). Tri-National North American Mobility Program Meeting, Washington, DC, November 8-10, 2007.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Participant (06-2007). Program Administrators Pre-Conference, National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference, St. Charles, IL, June 28 - July 1, 2007.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Host (04/13/2007). Ohio Network of Women's Studies Chairs and Directors Annual Meeting, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Project Director Participant (10-2006). Tri-National North American Mobility Program Meeting, Guanajuato, Mexico.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Participant (10/07/2005). Ohio Network of Women's Studies Chairs and Directors Annual Meeting, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Participant (06-2005). Program Administrators Pre-Conference, National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, June 8-12, 2005.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Project Director Participant (10-2004). Tri-National North American Mobility Program Meeting, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, October 14-16, 2004.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Seminar Member Participant (09-2004). Nation, Family, State (NEH 3-day Seminars), University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, September 17-19, 2004, and Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, May 20-22, 2005.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Participant (06-2002). Program Administrators Pre-Conference, National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV, June 13-15, 2002.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Participant (10-2001). The Future of the Women's Studies Ph.D., Emory University, Atlanta, GA, October 12-13, 2001.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Participant (12-1997). Ohio Coalition of Women's Studies Programs and Women's Centers Annual Meetings, Kent State University, Kent, OH, December 5-6, 1997; Wright State University, Dayton, OH, November 13-14, 1998; and University of Toledo, Toledo, OH, November 13, 1999.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Participant (05-2000). Gender in International Relations Conference (Ford Foundation-funded, focus on public/foreign policy impact), Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University of Wellesley College, May 12-13, 2000.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Attendee (11-1995). Teach-In on Globalization, Columbia University, New York, NY, November 9-11, 1995.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, International Studies Association (ISA) Observer (03-1995). World Summit for Social Development and NGO Forum, Copehnagen, Denmark, March 3-12, 1995.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Attendee (06-1996). Women's Studies in Cross-Cultural Perspective Conference, SUNY Albany, Albany, NY, June 12, 1996, and NWSA Annual Meeting, Skidmore College, June 1996.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Seminar Participant (01-1995). Challenges to Unity: The European Community in 1995 Council on International and Educational Exchange International Faculty Development Seminar, University of Limburg, Maastrict, The Netherlands, and Brussels, Belgium, January 8-14, 1995.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, International Studies Association (ISA) Observer (10-1994). ECE High-Level Preparatory Meeting for the Bejing 1995 Fourth World Conference on Women and NGO Forum for the ECE Region, Vienna, Austria, October 13-21, 1994.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (10-2011). “(In)Visible Subjects: Thinking About Transnational Feminism in Fortress North America Through Film,” Crossbordina: Cruzando Fronteras en Norteamerica: Movilades, Gubernamentlidades, e Identidades Conference, Universidad de las Americas, Puebla, Mexico.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Attendee (05-1994). Women, the European State, and Community Conference, Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, MI, May 13-14, 1994.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (02-2012). Feminist Perspectives on Globalization Globalization Panel, Taft Research Center, University of Cincinnati.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Participant (04-1994). Women in the Global Economy: Making Connections Conference, SUNY Albany, Albany, NY, April 22-24, 1994.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (05-2012). Introductions of WGSS Taft Speaker Janet Halley and German Studies Film Event on Audre Lorde in Berlin UC TUC Cinema, University Cincinnati.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Participant (11-1993). Women in the Military Conference, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, November 13-14, 1993.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (12-2012). “Feminist Encounters with the Global,” The Future of Political, Social Sciences, and Global Studies Symposium presentation University of Padova, Padova, Italy.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Participant (08-1986). Women's Study Tour (four weeks), Canadian Action for Nicaragua, Managua, Nicaragua, August 1986.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (03/17/2015). Keynote Lecture on "Contesting Global Assemblages for Female Empowerment" GenderWatch Conference, Queretaro, Mexico.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Participant, Presenter, Organizer Participant in and presenter for numerous grant and pedagogy workshops, as well as organizer of numerous programs and lectures, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio; Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio; and SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, NY.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan and Anita Levy (07/18/2014). Workshop on Gender Equity in Academe and Campus Sexual Assault AAUP Summer Institute, Hofstra University, Long Island, NY.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan and Marianne H. Marchand (11-2010). Gender and Global Order Today: Gender and Global Restructuring Revisited The New School, NY, NY.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (07/18/2014). Discussant, "Locating Transnational Feminism" panel Thinking Transnational Feminism Summer Institute, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (10/03/2014). Conference Participant Private Violence Conference, UC College of Law.
  • Anne SIsson Runyan (10-2014). Women in War Film Discussant Friends of WGSS Public Event, UC Blue Ash.
  • Anne SIsson Runyan (04/03/2015). Roundtable Presenter on Haiti: Trapped in the Outer Periphery Sovereignty vs. Intervention: Haiti and the United States, 1915-2015 Symposium, University of Cincinnati.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (09/12/2016). “Disposable Waste, Lands, and Bodies: Racialized and Gendered Border Zones of Sacrifice under Nuclear Colonialism in North America” Borders in Globalization Project public lecture, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (11/21/2016). “The New Expulsion Man,” US Elections and Trump panel presentation Department of Political Science, York University, Toronto, Canada.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (04/20/2017). “Siting Nuclear Burying Grounds: The Colonial Politics of Nuclear Democracy and Consent in Canada,” Political Science Brown Bag Lecture Series, University of Cincinnati.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (03/22/2017). "Women and Migration" Women and Immigration panel, UC Women's Center Women's History Month Program, University of Cincinnati.

Paper Presentations

  • Marysia Zalewski and Anne Sisson Runyan, Co-Presenters (06-2010). Blood on Our Hands? The Violations and Violence of Feminism. Oceanic Conference on International Studies (OCIS) IV, Auckland, New Zealand, June 30 - July 2, 2010.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (06-2010).. "Limited Feminisms, Anti-Feminisms, and the State" Panel, Oceanic Conference on International Studies (OCIS) IV, Auckland, New Zealand, June 30 - July 2, 2010.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Participant (11-2009).. "Difficult Dialogues in the Age of Militarized and Economic Terror" Roundtable, National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, November 12-15, 2009.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Moderator (11-2009).. "Using Fulbright to Develop Transnational Perspectives in Gender Studies" Panel, National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, November 12-15, 2009.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair/Conference Presenter (03-2008). Gender and the Crossroads of Globalization and Empire. "Gender and Global Restructuring Revisited II" Panel, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 26-29, 2008.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Conference Presenter (02/29/2007). Re-sighting Gender and Global Restructuring. "Feminist Sightings of Global Restructuring I" Panel, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Workshop Presenter (05-2005). Transnational Feminist Thought: Thoughts Arising from Re-Framing the Work of Nawal El-Saadawi. "Nation, State, Family” National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Seminar, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, May 20-22, 2005.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Conference Presenter (03-2005). Feminist Re-Sightings of Global Restructuring: Conceptualizations and Reconceptualizations Revisited. "Global Political Economy: Gendered Bodies, Practices and Ideologies" Panel, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, March 1-5, 2005.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Invited Lead Participant (02-2001). Gender, Globalization, and Global Trade. "Gender in International Relations: From Seeing Women and Recognizing Gender to Transforming Policy Research" Conference, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, February 1-4, 2001.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Conference Presenter (04-2000). Discourses of Difference: The Global Restructuring of Feminist Politics. Great Lakes Women's Studies Conference, Denison University, Granville, OH, April 7-8, 2000.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Conference Presenter (06-1999). Problematizing Interdisciplinarity: The Unhappy Marriage of Women's and International Studies. "Defining Women's Studies as Interdisciplinary" Panel, National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM, June 17-20, 1999.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Conference Presenter (09-1998). Repoliticizing the State/Politicizing the Economy: Feminist Movement Strategies and Global Restructuring. "Social Movements" Panel, American Political Science Association (APSA) Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, September 3-6, 1998.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan and Marianne H. Marchand, Co-Chairs/Co-Presenters (06-1998). Beyond Globalization: Analyses from a Gender Perspective. "Gender and Global Restructuring" Panel, Out of the Margins 2: Feminist Approaches to Economics/International Association of Feminist Economists Summer Conference, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 2-5, 1998.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Facilitator/Conference Presenter (06/14/1997). Contesting the Trading Partners of Gendered Regimes and Gender Regimes. Panel, Workshop on Gender and Sustainability on International Trade, co-sponsored by the International Coalition for Develpoment Action (ICDA) and the Global Publications Foundation, Brussels, Belgium.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, in absentia (02-1995). Women and the Neoliberal Agenda of the North: A Report on the ECE High-Level Regional Preparatory Meeting for the Fourth World Conference on Women. "International Organization and Gender Politics" Roundtable, Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association (ISA), Chicago, IL, February 21-25, 1995.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Conference Presenter (07-1994). Trading Places: Globalization, Regionalization, and Internationalized Feminism. "Global Politics: Setting the Agenda for the Year 2000" Conference, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK, July 25-27, 1994.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Conference Presenter (03-1992). Mars, Minerva, and Medusa: World Politics and the "PC" Debate. International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Conference Presenter (10-1990). The "State" of Nature: Reflection on Ecofeminism and the Balance of Nature and Power. Gender and International Relations Conference, Wellseley College, Wellesley, MA.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan and V. Spike Peterson, Co-Presenters (04-1990). The Radical Future of Realism: Feminist Subversions of IR Theory. International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Conference Presenter (04/01/1989). Is "Integrating Gender into the Curriculum" an Oxymoron?. New York State Political Science Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Conference Presenter (11/12/1988). Gender Relations and the Politics of Protection. Northeast International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Providence, RI.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Conference Presenter (06/23/1988). Combining Women's and Peace Studies. National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Conference Presenter (11/14/1987). International Feminist Peace Research and Praxis: Problems and Potentials. Consortium on Peace Research, Education, and Development Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Discussant (02-2009).. "The Status of Women in International Studies" Panel, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, New York, NY, February 15-19, 2009.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Participant (06-2010).. "International Feminist Journal of Politics Authors" Roundtable, Oceanic Conference on International Studies (OCIS) IV, Auckland, New Zealand, June 30 - July 2, 2010.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (02-2009).. “Feminist Research, Pedagogy and Activism after 9/11” Roundtable, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, New York, NY, February 15-19, 2009.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Moderator/Presenter (06-2008).. “Empire, Militarization, and Feminist Politics” Roundtable, National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH, June 19-22, 2008.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Moderator (06-2008).. “Women’s Human Rights, Citizenships and Identities in a North American Context” Panel (of Women’s Studies graduate student/alum papers), National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH, June 19-22, 2008.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Moderator/Presenter (06-2008).. “Regionalizing Women’s Studies” Critical Issues Panel, National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH, June 19-22, 2008.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (06-2008).. “Gender, Militarization, and Empire” Roundtable, National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH, June 19-22, 2008.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Discussant (03-2008).. “Gender and Global Restructuring Revisited I” Panel, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 26-29, 2008.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (06-2007).. Conference Organizing for NWSA 08 in Cincinnati, National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference, Lake Charles, IL, June 28-July 1, 2007.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Honoree (03/01/2007).. “Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Eminent Scholar Panel: Anne Sisson Runyan: Engendering International Relations as a Responsible Scholar, Teacher, and Activist,” International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, February 28 - March 3, 2007.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (02/29/2007).. Feminist “Sightings of Global Restructuring I” Panel, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, February 28 - March 3, 2007.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Discussant (03/02/2007).. “Feminist Sightings of Global Restructuring II” Panel, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, February 28 - March 3, 2007.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (03/22/2006).. “Mainstreaming Gender in the IR Curriculum and the Teaching of International Politics” Roundtable, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 22-25, 2006.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (03/23/2006).. “The Man Question in International Politics” Panel, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 22-25, 2006.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (03-2005).. "The Politics of Transnational Feminist Education: Women's Human Rights, Citizenships, and Identities in a North American Context" Roundtable, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, March 1-5, 2005.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (05-2004).. "Practicing Activism through Transnational Dialogues" Panel, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 17-20, 2004.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Moderator and Presenter (05-2003).. "Gender and Human Security" Panel, National Council for Research on Women (NCRW) Annual Meeting, Oakland, CA, May 29-30, 2003.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Discussant (02-2003).. "Transnational Feminism: Theory and Practice" Panel, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Portland, OR, February 25-March 1, 2003.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (05-2002).. "Gender, Globalization, and Militarization" Session, National Council for Research on Women (NCRW) Annual Meeting, New York, NY, May 30-June 1, 2002.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Discussant (03-2002).. "Implementing Human Rights Norms" and "Gender in Comparative Context" Panels, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 23-27, 2002.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (03-2001).. "U.S. Labor's Responses to Globalization," Western Political Science Association (WPSA) Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, March 14-15, 2001.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (02-2001).. Linked Theme Panels on "Gender and the New Inequality in the New World (Dis)Order" (invited to organize by President of ISA), International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, February 21-24, 2001.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (03-2000).. "The Classroom as a Microcosm of Local/Global Politics: Reflections on the Prospects for Feminist IR Pedagogy" Roundtable, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, March 14-17, 2000.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (06-1999).. "Women's Studies and Political Science" Roundtable, National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM, June 17-20, 1999.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Participant (11-1998).. "Border-crossings: The Politics of Interidsciplinarity" Roundtable, International Studies Association (ISA) - Midwest Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, November 6-8, 1998.
  • Anne Sission Runyan, Chair (03-1998).. "General Topics in Gender Studies" Panel, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, March 17-21, 1998.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Member (09/13/1997).. "Women and Politics" Panel, Ohio National Organization for Women (Ohio NOW) Annual Conference and 25th Anniversary Celebration, YWCA, Dayton, OH.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair and Discussant (03-1997).. "Political "Economy, Power and the Body: Global Perspectives II" Panel, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, March 11-16, 1997.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (03/04/1997).. "Global Gender Studies: Internationalizing Women's Studies" Roundtable, Southwest Ohio Council on Higher Education Faculty Development Conference, Clark State College, Springfield, OH.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (11/15/1996).. "Internationalizing the Women's Studies Curriculum" Roundtable, Southwest Ohio Women's Studies/Gender Issues in Higher Education Conference on "Women Making the Future: Bridging the Local and Global", Wright State University, Dayton, OH.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (04-1996).. "Gender and Global Restructuring" Panel II, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 1996.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (03-1996).. "Gender and World Politics" Roundtable, New York State Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Ithaca, NY, March 29-30, 1996.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair and Presenter (10-1995).. "Gender, Global Restructuring, and Alternative Futures" Session, A Symposium on International Change, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, October 1-3, 1995.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (06-1995). Barriers to Alternative Economic Approaches: Gendered Divisions of Power, Violence, Labor, and Resources". The Margin Makes the Picture: Women and the Poor -- Vanguards of a Fair Economic Future Conference, Mulheim, Germany, June 9-12, 1995.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (05/19/1995).. "Accountability of the European Union: Development and Trade Policy, Their Role in International Financial Institutions" Working Session, Women and Alternative Economics Conference, Women in Development--Europe (WIDE), Brussels, Belgium.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair and Discussant (11-1994).. "Peace and Conflict: A Gender Perspective on Restructuring North-South, East-West Relations" Panel, Ninth Conference of the European Forum of Left Feminists, Potsdam, Germany, November 25-27, 1994.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (11-1994).. "Reminist Politics in an Era of Global Restructuring" Roundtable, Women and Peace Commission session, "Feminism and the Politics of Difference in the International Women's Movement," Fifteenth General Conference of the International Peace Research Association (IPRA), Valletta, Malta, October 31-November 4, 1994.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Invited Commentator (10/30/1994).. "Global Civilization Project Report -- From Geopolitics to Humane Governance: O=.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Invited Commentator (10/30/1994).. "Global Civilization Project Report--From Geopolitics to Humane Governance: Toward a New Global Politics" by Richard Falk, Annual Meeting of the World Order Models Project, Mediterranean Institute for Diplomatic Studies, Lija, Malta.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Discussant (08-1994).. "The Politics of Identity and the Predicament of Gendered Nationalism" Panel, Sixteenth World Congress of the International Political Science Association (IPSA), Berlin, Germany, August 21-25, 1994.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (03-1994).. "Distinguished Feminist International Relations Scholar Roundtable Honoring Cynthia Enloe: Feminist Politics 'The Morning After'", International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, March/April 1994.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Discussant (11-1993).. "Feminist Perspectives on Foreign Policy" Panel, Northeast International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Newark, NJ, November 11-12, 1993.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Discussant (09-1993).. "Regendering the Family in Political Theory and Welfare Policy" Panel, American Political Science Association (APSA) Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., September 1993.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Co-Chair (03-1993).. "Gender and Politics in the 'New World Order': Making Feminist Sense of Local/Global Politics and Challenges for Women's Movements" Roundtables, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Acapulco, Mexico, March 1993.
  • Anne Sission Runyan, Discussant (11/21/1992).. "Women and Democratization" Panel, International Studies Association (ISA) - Midwest Annual Meeting, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Discussant (08-1991).. "Women, Power, and Politics: East and West" Panel, American Political Science Association (APSA) Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., August 1991.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Discussant (03-1991).. "Women and Men: Understanding Gender Differences in National and International Contexts" Panel, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, March 1991.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Co-Chair (04-1990).. "Sex, Strategy, Security, and the Sovereign State" Panel and "Feminist IR Roundtable I :Theoretical Debates: Realism, Post-Structuralism, and Feminism," International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., April 1990.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Chair (11/12/1989).. "Third World Foreign Policy Problems" Panel, Northeast Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (03/13/1989).. "Feminine or Feminist Politics for Peace" Roundtable, Women and Peace: An International Conference, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Moderator and Presenter (11-2010). The National/Racial/Sexual/Gender Biopolitics of Restructuring Roundtable. National Women's Studies Association Annual Conference, Denver, CO, November 11-14, 2010.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (09/26/1986). Our Forward Looking Strategies: Heeding the Call from Nairobi to Nicaragua. Voice of Women National Conference, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (03-2011). Can We Reach an Understanding? Gender, Feminism, and Security Studies Roundtable. International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, PQ, March 16-19, 2011.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (04-2012). Two papers ("Resisting the Inside Job: Rethinking Feminist IR Divisions of Labor" and "Fortressing North America/Dismembering Bodies") presented on panels: "Feminist International Relations: Towards an Integrated Analysis?" and "Crossing Borders: Mobilities, Govenmentalities, and Identities" . International Studies Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 2012.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (07/15/1985). Women, Development, and Peace: From Exclusion to Transformation. Canadian Coalition of Women's Groups' Panel, "Women's Education for Policy Change Toward Peace and Development," NGO Forum, End of the UN Decade for Women Conference, University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Presenter (03-2011). Crisis and Response: Authors from the Routledge RIPE Series Reflect on IPE Today Roundtable. International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, PQ, March 16-19, 2011.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (11-2012). "Future Directions for Feminst Research on North American Region" paper and roundtable presentation on "Economic Crisis from Feminist International Political Economy Perspectives" . National Women's Studies Association Annual Conference, Oakland, CA.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan, Moderator (12-1980).. "Public Information Law: Toward More Effective Compliance, Input, and Change" Panel, Annual Conference of the National Association of Government Communicators, Washington, D.C., December 1980.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (04-2013). One paper ("Held Up at Borders: Gender Norms and Normativies vs. Social Justice Feminism in North America"), one roundtable presentation (on feminist critical international political economy methods), and one panel chairship accepted, but had to withdraw participation in Fall 2012. International Studies Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  • (03-2014). Neoliberal Assemblages for Women's Empowerment. International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada.
  • (11-2013). Panel and Roundtable Moderator and Roundtable Participant . National Women's Studies Association Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (11/15/2015). Transgressing Neoliberal Transgressions: Going Gaga. National Women's Studies Association Annual Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (02/19/2015). Discussant, Presidential Panel on "Feminist International Relations Today: A Discipline Transformed?". International Studies Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
  • Marysia Zalewski and Anne Sisson Runyan (03/17/2016). "'Unthinking' Sexual Violence in a Neoliberal Era of Spectacular Violence". International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (05/20/2016). "Disposable Waste, Lands, and Bodies: Racialized and Gendered Zones of Sacrifice Under Canada's Nuclear Colonialism". International Feminist Journal of Politics Conference, May 19-21, 2018, University of Cincinnati.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (02/23/2017). “Siting Nuclear Burying Grounds: The Colonial Politics of Nuclear Democracy and Consent in Canada,” paper presented on “Embodied Materialisms: (Post)Colonial Political Economies, Biopolitics, and Coloniality” panel. International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD.
  • Anne Sisson Runyan (11/17/2016). “Disposable Waste, Lands, and Bodies: Racialized and Gendered Zones of Sacrifice under Canada’s Nuclear Colonialism” . National Women's Studies Association Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada.
  • (06-2017). “Bring Out Your ‘Dead’: Feminist Hauntings in a Trump Era” (with Marysia Zalewski) and "Cities for CEDAW: Realizing International Law through Local Politics" (with Rebecca Sanders). International Studies Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Colloquia

  • Anne Sisson Runyan (05/05/2011). Research to Publication. Doctoral Colloquium in Regional Development Planning, UC School of Planning.

Honors & Awards

  • Spirit of Cincinnati USA Champion Award (2009), Cincinnati USA Convention and Visitors Bureau, 02/12/2009. for Convention/Meeting Sales, given for bringing the 2008 National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) annual conference to Cincinnati..
  • Eminent Feminist International Relations Scholar Award, Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, 03/01/2007. (including a special panel devoted to my work)..
  • Society for Women in International Political Economy 2006 Mentor Award, Society for Women in International Political Economy (SWIPE), 03-2006. given at the International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Leading Women of Cincinnati 2006 Consulting/Training/Education Award, Leading Women of Cincinnati, 03/02/2006.
  • , Who's Who of American Women, 2004 to 2005.
  • HERS Bryn Mawr Women in Higher Education Administration Institute, Wright State University, 06-2000. nominee and award recipient to attend the institute.
  • Women's Studies Faculty Award, Wright State University, 03-2000.
  • President's Award for Excellence for Outstanding Unit, Wright State University, 09-1999. awarded to the Women's Studies Program.
  • Center for International Education Award, Wright State University, 06-1999. to serve as faculty advisor and leader of WSU Ambassador Program in Brazil.
  • , Who's Who of American Women, 1997 to 1998.
  • President's Award for Excellence in Teaching, SUNY Potsdam, 1996.
  • President's Award for Excellence in Research and Creative Endeavor, SUNY Potsdam, 05-1993.
  • Graduate Assistantship, Program in International Communication Studies, School of International Service, The American University, 1981 to 1982.
  • Graduate Assistantship, Public Relations Graduate Program, Kogod College of Business Administration, The American University, 1978 to 1979.
  • Teaching Assistantship, Department of Communication Studies, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, 1975 to 1976.
  • Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Faculty Award, Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, 05-2010. Annual award given to an outstanding core or affiliate faculty member of the Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at UC.
  • Affiliate Scholar, Centre for Feminist Research, York University, Canada, 2010 to Present. Awarded affiliate/visiting scholar scholar status with the Centre for Feminist Research at York University in Toronoto to have access to library and other resources while completing edited volume on Feminist (Im)Mobilities in Fortress North America on which I will eventually make a presentation to the Centre. .
  • Book Honor for Feminist (Im)Mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America (2013), Women in Geographic Perpective secion of Ameican Association of Geographers, 04-2013.
  • COIL (Collaborative Online International Learning) Fellow, , SUNY Global Center, 04-2011 to 04-2013.
  • International Studies Association J.Ann Tickner Award, 02-2016. Nominated by UC Department of Political Science.

Experience & Service

Work Experience

  • 2010 to 2011, Affiliate Scholar, Centre for Feminist Research, York University, Toronto, Ontario.
  • 09-2008 to Present, Professor (tenured), Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, University of Cincinnati (UC), Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • 09-2006 to 08-2008, Professor (tenured), Head and Graduate Director, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati (UC), Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • 09-2001 to 08-2006, Associate Professor (tenured) and Head/Director, Department of Women's Studies/Center for Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati (UC), Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • 09-1996 to 08-2001, Associate Professor (tenured), Department of Political Science, Wright State University (WSU), Dayton, Ohio.
  • 09-1996 to 08-2001, Director, Women's Studies Program, Wright State University (WSU), Dayton, Ohio.
  • 09-1994 to 09-1995, Visiting Scholar, Department of International Relations and Public Law, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • 09-1992 to 08-1996, Director, Women's Studies Program, State University of New York College at Potsdam (SUNY Potsdam), Potsdam, New York.
  • 09-1991 to 08-1996, Associate Professor (tenured), Department of Politics, State University of New York College at Potsdam (SUNY Potsdam), Potsdam, New York.
  • 01-1990 to 01-1995, Chair, Department of Politics, State University of New York College at Potsdam (SUNY Potsdam), Potsdam, New York.
  • 08-1988 to 09-1991, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, State University of New York College at Potsdam (SUNY Potsdam), Potsdam, New York.
  • 04-1987 to 08-1988, Adjunct Instructor, Politics and Sociology Departments, Brock University, St. Catherines, Ontario.
  • 01-1985 to 06-1985, Policy Research Consultant (on domestic violence shelters), Social Services Department, Regional Municipality of Niagara, Ontario.
  • 03-1983 to 07-1984, Research and Conference Organizer Consultant, Alberta Society of Women Against Violence, Edmonton, Alberta.
  • 1982 to 1984, Counselor, Edmonton Sexual Assault Center, Edmonton, Alberta.
  • 01-1981 to 05-1981, Adjunct Lecturer, Public Relations Graduate Program, Kogod College of Business Administration, The American University, Washington, D.C..
  • 04-1980 to 04-1981, Senior Research Associate, Institute for Government Public Information Research, The American University, Washington, D.C..
  • 09-1978 to 12-1980, Government Public Relations Policy Research Consultant, Capital Counselors, Inc., Washington, D.C..
  • 09-2011 to 07-2012, Graduate Director, Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, University of Cincinnait, Cincinnati, OH .
  • 08-2012 to 07-2013, Interim Taft Faculty Chair, Charles Phelps Taft Research Center, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • 09-2015 to 08-2016, Professor, Departments of Political Science and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • 08-2016 to 12-2016, Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in North American Integration, York University, Toronto, Canada.
  • 08-2016 to Present, Professor, Department of Political Science and Faculty Affiliate, Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Stuidies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.

Post Graduate training and Education

  • 06-2000 to 07-2000, Summer Institute for Women in Higher Education Administration, Bryn Mawr College and HERS Mid-America.
  • 08-1992 to 08-1992, International Women's Studies Institute on Women of Polynesia, University of Hawaii at Hilo.
  • 06-1985 to 07-1985, International Women's Studies Institute on Women in Development, University of Nairobi.
  • 07-1984 to 08-1984, International Women's Studies Institute on Women in the Middle East, Hebrew University.

Events Organized

  • Conference. National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) 2008 Annual Conference, "Resisting Hegemonies: Race and Sexual Politics in Nation/Region/Empire," Local Program Chair (06/19/2008 to 06/23/2008) , Cincinnati.
  • Prof. Meeting. Ohio Network of Women's Studies Chairs and Directors Meeting, Host (04/13/2007 to 04/13/2007) , University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Conference. Ohio Coalition of Women's Studies Programs and Women's Centers Second Annual Meeting, Co-Organizer (11/13/1998 to 11/14/1998) , Wright State University, Dayton, OH.
  • Conference. Southwest Ohio Women's Studies/Gender Issues in Higher Education Conference, "Women Making the Future: Bridging the Local and Global," Organizing Committee Member (11/15/1996 to 11/15/1996) , Wright State University, Dayton, OH.
  • Conference. "The Margin Makes the Picture: Women and the Poor -- Vanguards of a Fair Economic Future" Conference, co-sponsored by GOALS (Dutch feminist alternative economics network) and the Evangelische Akademie, Organizing Committee Member (06/09/1995 to 06/12/1995) , Mulheim, Germany.
  • Conference. "The Urgency for True Security: Women's Alternatives for Negotiating Peace" International Conference, sponsored by the Canadian Coalition of Women's Groups under the leadership of the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace, Organizing Committee Member and Staff Assistant (06/05/1995 to 06/09/1995) , Halifax, Nova Scotia.
  • Conference. "Gender and Global Restructuring: Shifting Sites and Sightings -- An International Conference," Co-Organizer (05/12/1995 to 05/13/1995) , University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Conference. "African Women in America/American Women in Africa" Conference, Co-Organizer (02/05/1993 to 02/07/1993) , Potsdam College and St. Lawrence University, Potsdam and Canton, NY.
  • Conference. Alberta Society of Women Against Violence Conference, "Ending the Silence," Staff Organizer, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Conference. Institute for Goverment Public Information Research Conference, "Government Public Service Advertising," Staff Organizer, The American University, Washington, DC.
  • Conference. Institute for Goverment Public Information Research Conference, "The State of the Art of Government Public Information," Staff Organizer, The American University, Washington, DC, Fall 1980..
  • Symposium. Taft Annual Symposium (04/02/2013 to 04/04/2013) , Taft Research Center.
  • Lecture. Taft Global Studies Research Group Lectures and Workshops by Valentine Moghadam (Gender Inequality and Arab Spring) and Cynthia Enloe and Carol Cohn (Women and the Peace and Security Agenda) (10-2013 to 11-2013) , UC Taft Research Center.
  • Lecture. Anita Hill Lecture given by Wagatwe Wanjuki (01/29/2015, University of Cincinnati.
  • Taft Lectures on "Gender, War, and Accountability" and "Faculty Against Rape" by Drs. Simona Sharoni and Rabab Abdulhadi (03/03/2015, University of Cincinnati.
  • "The Global Migration Crisis" Panel sponsored by Taft Global Studies Research Group (Co-organizer) (09/24/2015, University of Cincinnati Taft Research Center.
  • Lecture. "Localizing International Women's Rights: Implementing CEDAW Around the World" by Dr. Susanne Zwingel, Florida International University and Community Roundtable on "CEDAW in Cincinnati" (Organizer) (03/08/2016, University of Cincinnati Taft Research Center.
  • Conference. International Feminist Journal of Politics Conference on "Decolonizing Knowledges in Feminist World Politics" with Preconference Workshop on "From Genderwashing to Ethical Solidarities" (Organizer) (05/19/2016 to 05/21/2016) , University of Cincinnati.
  • Taft Symposium Keynote Lecture by Dr. Chandra Talpade Mohanty on “Walls, Borders, Bridges: Cartographies of Violence and Transnational Feminist Critique” (03/02/2017, UC Taft Research Center.

Service

  • Member, AAUP (collective bargaining unit) Bargaining Council, Nominating Committee and Committee W, 1998 to 2000
  • Board Member, Alberta Status of Women Action Committee (Edmonton, Alberta), 1981 to 1983
  • Member, American Political Science Association (APSA) Organized Sections Committee, 2002 to 2004
  • Reviewer, Ashgate Press
  • Outside Reviewer, Bates College Political Science or Women's Studies,
  • Reviewer, Cambridge University Press
  • Conference Organizer, Canadian Voice of Women for Peace, Toronto Ontario 1983 to 1985
  • Outside Reviewer, Clark University Political Science or Women's Studies,
  • Reviewer, Columbia University Press
  • Board Member, Edmonton Women's Center (Edmonton, Alberta), 1981 to 1983
  • Reviewer, Feminist Studies
  • Member, GCCCU (regional university consortium) Diversity and Women's Studies Committee, 2003 to 2008
  • Outside Reviewer, Goldsmiths University of London Political Science or Women's Studies,
  • Reviewer, Guggenheim Foundation
  • Outside Reviewer, Hampshire College Political Science or Women's Studies,
  • Reviewer, Higher Education Authority of Ireland
  • Reviewer, International Feminist Journal of Politics (IFjP)
  • Editorial Board Member, International Feminist Journal of Politics (IFjP) 1998 to Present
  • Editorial Board Member, International Politics 1998 to Present
  • Reviewer, International Politics
  • Committee Chair, International Studies Association (ISA) Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section, 1993 to 1994
  • Member, International Studies Association (ISA) Executive Council, 1993 to 1994
  • Member, International Studies Association (ISA) Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section Executive Committee, 1990 to 1995
  • Member, International Studies Association (ISA) Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section Fundraising Committee, 2002 to 2004
  • Associate Editor, International Studies Association (ISA) Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section Compendium Project, 2007 to Present
  • Reviewer, International Studies Quarterly
  • Reviewer, International Studies Review
  • Reviewer, Journal of Peacebuilding and Development
  • Reviewer, MacArthur Foundation
  • Reviewer, Mayfield Publishers
  • Outside Reviewer, Miami University of Ohio Women's Studies Program,
  • Reviewer, Millennium: Journal of International Studies
  • Reviewer, National Science Foundation (NSF)
  • Member, National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Program Administrator Council Infrastructure Committee, 1999 to 2000
  • Member, National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Program Administrator Advisory Council, 2000 to 2002
  • Committee Chair, National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Infrastructure Committee, 2000 to 2002
  • Committee Chair, National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Local Conference, 2006 to 2008
  • Other, National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Program Review, 2007 to 2008
  • Reviewer, New Political Science
  • Editorial Board Member, New York University (NYU) Press Gender and Political Violence Series, 2008 to Present
  • Reviewer, NWSA Journal
  • Member, Ohio Network for Women's Studies Programs and Women's Centers 1998 to 2008
  • Reviewer, Palgrave
  • Reviewer, Political Power and Social Theory
  • Reviewer, Routledge
  • Reviewer, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
  • Editorial Board Member, Rowman and Littlefield New Millennium Book Series, 1997 to Present
  • Outside Reviewer, Rutgers University Political Science or Women's Studies,
  • Reviewer, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society
  • Member, SOCHE (regional university consortium) Diversity Committee, 1997 to 1998
  • Member, SOCHE (regional university consortium) Women's Studies Conference Organizing Committee, 1996 to 1996
  • Reviewer, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
  • Society for Women in International Political Economy (SWIPE) 2000 to 2009
  • Reviewer, St. Martin's Press
  • Member, Status of Women and Girls in Greater Cincinnati Project Steering Committee, 2004 to 2007
  • Outside Reviewer, SUNY Albany Women's Studies Program,
  • Outside Reviewer, SUNY Oswego International Studies Program,
  • Director, SUNY Potsdam Women's Studies Program (Director and Founder), 1992 to 1996
  • Director, SUNY Potsdam Women's Caucus (Coordinator and Founder), 1992 to 1996
  • Committee Chair, SUNY Potsdam Women's Studies Interdisciplinary Committee, 1992 to 1996
  • Other, SUNY Potsdam Department of Politics (Chair), 1990 to 1995
  • Member, SUNY Potsdam President's Advisory Council, 1994 to 1996
  • Member, SUNY Potsdam School of Arts and Sciences Council, 1990 to 1994
  • Committee Chair, SUNY Potsdam Faculty Assembly Task Force for Diversifying the Curriculum, 1989 to 1991
  • Member, SUNY Potsdam Faculty Assembly Goals and Planning Committee, 1988 to 1989
  • Committee Chair, SUNY Potsdam Affirmative Action Committee, 1989 to 1990
  • Member, SUNY Potsdam Affirmative Action Committee, 1988 to 1989
  • Other, SUNY Potsdam Student Association for Gender Equality (Faculty Advisor), 1990 to 1992
  • Other, SUNY Potsdam Model United Nations Project (Faculty Advisor), 1988 to 1990
  • Executive Board, United University Professions Local 1988 to 1989
  • Outside Reviewer, University of Aberdeen Tenure and Promotion - Political Science or Women's Studies,
  • Reviewer, University of British Columbia Press
  • Outside Reviewer, University of Cincinnati Political Science or Women's Studies,
  • Committee Chair, University of Cincinnati (UC) Department of Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure Committee, 04-2010 to 11-2010
  • Board Member, University of Cincinnati (UC) Friends of Women's Studies, 2001 to 2008
  • Director, University of Cincinnati (UC) Department of Women's Studies Graduate Program, 2006 to 2008
  • Committee Chair, University of Cincinnati (UC) Department of Women's Studies Advisory Committee, 2001 to 2008
  • Committee Chair, University of Cincinnati (UC) Department of Women's Studies Graduate Committee, 2005 to 2008
  • Committee Chair, University of Cincinnati (UC) Department of Women's Studies North American Women's Studies (NAWS) Ad Hoc Committee, 2004 to 2009
  • Committee Chair, University of Cincinnati (UC) Grants amd Scholarship Committee, Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, 2010 to Present
  • Member, University of Cincinnati (UC) McMicken College of Arts & Sciences Heads Council, 2001 to 2008
  • Committee Chair, University of Cincinnati (UC) McMicken College of Arts & Sciences Ad Hoc Committee on Quarters to Semesters, 2007 to 2008
  • Committee Chair, University of Cincinnati (UC) McMicken College of Arts & Sciences Interdisciplinary Council, 2002 to 2005
  • Member, University of Cincinnati (UC) McMicken College of Arts & Sciences Budget and Planning Committee, 2006 to 2007
  • Member, University of Cincinnati (UC) McMicken College of Arts & Sciences Heads Governance Committee, 2001 to 2002
  • Member, University of Cincinnati (UC) McMicken College of Arts & Sciences Technology Committee, 2001 to 2002
  • Member, University of Cincinnati (UC) University Women's Initiatives Network (WIN), 2001 to 2008
  • Member, University of Cincinnati (UC) McMicken College of Arts & Sciences Family Studies Advisory Committee, 2004 to 2007
  • Member, University of Cincinnati (UC) McMicken College of Arts & Sciences Latin American Studies Advisory Committee, 2004 to 2008
  • Member, University of Cincinnati (UC) International Human Rights Advisory Committee, 2004 to 2008
  • Member, University of Cincinnati (UC) Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Committee, 2001 to 2003
  • Member, University of Cincinnati (UC) Women's Center Director Search Committee, 2002 to 2002
  • Director, University of Cincinnati (UC) Department of/Center for Women's Studies, 2001 to 2008
  • Reviewer, University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Improving World Order 2001 to 2005
  • Reviewer, University of Minnesota Press
  • Outside Reviewer, University of Missouri - St. Louis Women's Studies Program,
  • Reviewer, University of South Carolina Press
  • Outside Reviewer, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Women's Studies Program,
  • Reviewer, Westview Press
  • Reviewer, Woodrow Wilson Foundation
  • Director, Wright State University (WSU) Women's Studies Program Women's Studies Lecture Series, 1996 to 2001
  • Other, Wright State University (WSU) 1999 to 1999
  • Committee Chair, Wright State University (WSU) College of Liberal Arts Curriculum Committee, 1998 to 1999
  • Director, Wright State University (WSU) Women's Studies Program, 1996 to 2001
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) University Diversity Advisory Committee, 1999 to 2000
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) University Student Evaluation Revision Committee, 1999 to 2000
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) Search Committee for Director of University Center for International Education, 1999 to 2000
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) Interdisciplinary Gerontology Program Advisory Council, 2000 to 2001
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) Bryn Mawr Selection Committee, 2001 to 2001
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) Bryn Mawr Selection Committee, 1998 to 1998
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) University Center for International Education Grant-writing Subcommittee, 1998 to 1999
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) Awards Committee for Women Faculty, 1997 to 1997
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) International Studies Program Committee, 1997 to 2000
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) College of Liberal Arts Curriculum Committee, 1997 to 1998
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) University Curriculum and Academic Planning Committee, 1997 to 1999
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) Campus Climate Coordinating Team, 1997 to 1998
  • Committee Chair, Wright State University (WSU) Office for Multicultural and Gender Affairs Planning Group, 1997 to 1998
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) University Committee for Diversifying the Curriculum, 1997 to 1998
  • Committee Chair, Wright State University (WSU) Faculty Affairs Subcommittee on Faculty Diversity, 1997 to 1999
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) Wright State Organization for Women, 1996 to 2001
  • Member, Wright State University (WSU) Women's Center Advisory Board, 1996 to 2001
  • Reviewer, Zed Books
  • Committee Member, University of Cincinnati Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Merit Review Committee, 02-2011 to 03-2011
  • Outside Reviewer, University of Aberden College of Arts and Social Sciences External Review for Promotion to a Personal Chair , 03-2011 to 04-2011
  • Associate Editor, International Feminist Journal of Politics Editorial Committee, 07-2011 to Present
  • Member, University of Cincinnati Third Annual Diversity Conference "Outside the Box: Transnationalizing Diversity Studies" panel, 04/20/2011 to 04/20/2011
  • Member, Charles P. Taft Research Center Executive Board, 2010 to Present
  • Committee Member, Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Reappointment Committee, 01-2011 to 03-2011
  • Peer Review/Referee, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada 01-2011 to 02-2011
  • Peer Review/Referee, International Studies Review 08-2010 to 09-2010
  • Outside Reviewer, University of Victoria, Canada Tenure and Promotion, 07-2011 to 11-2011
  • Peer Review/Referee, Oxford University Press 07-2010 to 08-2010
  • Member, University of Cincinnati McMicken College of Arts & Sciences Faculty Senate, 2010 to Present
  • Member, American Political Science Association 1988 to 2008
  • Member, National Women's Studies Association 1988 to Present
  • Member, International Studies Association Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section and Women's Caucus (co-founder of both), 1988 to Present
  • Member, "Women, Ideas, and the Economy in Early Modern Europe" Conference to Honor Hilda Smith, sponsored by Charles P. Taft Research Center Evaluation Committee, 05-2011 to 06-2011
  • Member, UC International Campus Fulbright Student Applications Committee, 10/01/2010 to 10/15/2010
  • Member, UC McMicken College of Arts & Sciences Diversity Committee, 2010 to 2011
  • Peer Review/Referee, Canada Council Killiam Award , 05-2011 to 09-2011
  • Other, University of Cincinnati Department of Women's,Gender, and Sexuality Studies Graduate Recruitment Weekend Panel , 03/04/2011 to 03/04/2011
  • Reviewer, Vanderbilt University Promotion and Tenure, 10-2011 to 12-2011
  • Member, Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Advisory Council (ongoing) and Assistant. Professor Search Committee (11A and 12W), 09-2011 to Present
  • Member, Taft Research Center Executive Board and Budget and Planning Committee, 08-2011 to Present
  • Committee Chair, Department of Women's, Gender,and Sexuality Studies Graduate and Research and Scholarship Committees (2011-2012) and RPT Committee (4/12-11/12), 09-2011 to Present
  • Director, Department of Women's,Gender, and Studies Graduate Program, 09-2011 to 08-2012
  • Elected Member, AAUP A&S Council, 05-2012 to 04-2014
  • Reviewer, Arizona State University RPT External Reviewer, 05-2012 to 08-2012
  • Reviewer, SUNY Albany RPT External Reviewer, 09-2011 to 11-2011
  • Committee Chair, International Feminist Journal of Politics Enloe Award Committee, 04-2012 to 08-2012
  • Member, Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies RPT committee, 09-2012 to 11-2012
  • Elected Member, McMicken College of Arts & Sciences RPT Committee, 11-2012 to 04-2015
  • Member, National AAUP Women's Issues Committee, 09-2012 to 09-2015
  • Reviewer, Syracuse University RPT External Reviewer, 09-2012 to 11-2012
  • Peer Review/Referee, Feminist Formations, International Feminist Journal of Politics, Oxford University Press, New York University Press, Rowman & Littlefield Manuscript reviewer, 09-2012 to 03-2013
  • Editorial Board Member, International Feminist Journal of Politics, International Politics, Rowman & Littlefield New Millennium Books, New York University Press Gender and Polticial Violence Series Editorial Boards, 09-2012
  • Director, Charles Phelps Taft Research Center Interim Taft Faculty Chair of Center and Chair of Taft Executive Board and Steering Committee, 08-2012 to 07-2013
  • International Feminist Journal of Poltiics Book Review Link Editor and Associate Editor for a second 3-year term, 03-2014 to 06-2017
  • Committee Member, University of Cincinnati Graduate Council 09-2013 to 05-2015
  • Committee Chair, McMicken College of Arts & Sciences Faculty Senate Research and Scholarship Committee, 01-2014 to 05-2014
  • Elected Member, AAUP Associates Council 04-2014 to 04-2016
  • Reviewer, DePaul University External Review of Women's and Gender Studies Department, 02-2014
  • Departments of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Political Science, and Judaic Studies RPT Committees (6 and Chair of 2), 2013 to 2014
  • Co-Chair, Charles P. Taft Research Center Global Studies Research Group, 09-2013 to 05-2015
  • Vice-Chair, UC AAUP Associates Council and Member of Executive Council, 04-2014 to 04-2015
  • Committee Chair, McMicken College of Arts and Sciences RPT Committee, 10-2014 to 05-2015
  • Committee Chair, Department of Political Science RPT Committee (1 case), 09-2014 to 12-2014
  • Committee Chair, Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Grants and Scholarship, 09-2014 to 05-2015
  • Committee Member, Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Undergraduate Committee, 09-2014 to 05-2015
  • Peer Review/Referee, Grant Agencies: NEH, Guggenheim, Social Sciences Research Council of Canada 09-2014 to 05-2015
  • Committee Chair, American Association of University Professors Committee on the Status of Women in the Academic Profession (Committee W), 08-2016 to Present
  • International Feminist Journal of Politics Associate Editor and Book Review Link Editor, 08-2016 to Present
  • Member, Editorial Boards of International Politics (since 1998), Rowman & Littlefield New Millennium Book Series (since 1997), and New York University Press Gender and Political Violence Book Series (since 2008) 08-2016 to Present
  • Manuscript Reviewer for New York University Press, Edinburgh University Press, British International Politics, Qualitative Sociology, Internationational Feminist Journal of Politics, International Studies Review during 2015-16 05-2015 to Present
  • Committee Member, UC AAUP Executive Committee, 08-2016 to 04-2017
  • Committee Chair, RPT Committees for Political Science (1 promotion) and Judaic Studies (2 reappointments) 09-2015 to 02-2016
  • Committee Chair, Arts & Sciences Faculty Senate Research and Scholarship Committee, 08-2015 to Present
  • Co-Chair, UC Taft Global Studies Research Group 08-2016 to Present
  • Committee Member, CEDAW4Cincinnati Coalition 08-2016 to Present
  • Program Reviewer, University of Eastern Michigan Women's and Gender Studies Department 04/12/2016 to 04/24/2016
  • Peer Review/Referee, 08-2016 to Present
  • Reviewer, Department of Women's and Gender Studies, Eastern Michigan University 02-2016 to 05-2016
  • Reviewer, American Council of Learned Societies 2016-17 Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship Competition Review Committee, 08-2016 to 01-2017
  • Committee Chair, Department of Political Science, UC Head Review, Doctoral IR Field Exam, and Feminist Comparative and Intenational Politics Doctoral Concentration Committees, 04-2017 to 05-2017
  • Committee Member, Department of Political Science, UC Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure and Graduate Committees, 01-2017 to 05-2017

Other Experience and Professional Memberships

  • 08-2016 to Present ,Continuing Professional Memberships, . International Studies Association, National Women's Studies Association, American Political Science Association, Society for Women in International Poltical Economy

Courses Taught

  • 15-WMST-813 COMPREHENS ANALYSIS
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 15-WMST-812 IND DIRECTED RESCH
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 15-WMST-810 INDEPENDENT RESCH
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 15-WMST-808 INDEPENDENT RESCH
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 15-WMST-801 FEMINIST RESCH I
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 15-WMST-790 GRAD WMST INTERN
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 15-WMST-710 WS TEACHING PRACTM
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 15-WMST-703 PROSEM:INTR RES PR
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 15-WMST-701 PROSEM:INTR GR SDY
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 15-WMST-590 WS STUDY ABROAD
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 15-WMST-533 IND WK WOMENS STDY
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 15-WMST-531 IND WK WOMENS STDY
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 15-WMST-241 INTRO WOMENS ST
    Level: Undergraduate
    Comments: Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • IND WK WOMENS STDY
    IND WK WOMENS STDY
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • WOMEN, GENDER, AND GLOBALIZATION
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Department of Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • WORLD POLITICS AND GLOBAL FEMINISMS
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Department of Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • IND DIRECTED RSRCH
    IND DIRECTED RSRCH
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • PROSEM
    PROSEM
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • FEM THEORY: GLOBAL
    FEM THEORY: GLOBAL
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • INDEPENDENT RESCH
    INDEPENDENT RESCH
    Level: Graduate
    Comments: Annually, Department of Women's Studies, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • History of Public Relations
    History of Public Relations
    Level: Graduate

  • Advanced Topics in International Political Economy, Gender and Transnationalization(s)
    Advanced Topics in International Political Economy, Gender and Transnationalization(s)
    Level: Graduate

  • Feminist Political Theory
    Feminist Political Theory
    Level: Graduate

  • Theories of International Political Economy
    Theories of International Political Economy
    Level: Graduate

  • Women, Gender and World Politics
    Women, Gender and World Politics
    Level: Graduate

  • Special Topics Tutorials
    Special Topics Tutorials
    Level: Graduate

  • Women and Development
    Women and Development
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Women in Cross-Cultural Perspective
    Women in Cross-Cultural Perspective
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Politics of International Communication
    Politics of International Communication
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Introduction to World Politics
    Introduction to World Politics
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Introduction to Politics
    Introduction to Politics
    Level: Undergraduate

  • International Relations
    International Relations
    Level: Undergraduate

  • International Politics and Global Economic Relations
    International Politics and Global Economic Relations
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Recent U.S. Foreign Policy
    Recent U.S. Foreign Policy
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Politics of International Communication
    Politics of International Communication
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Comparative Politics of Developing Nations
    Comparative Politics of Developing Nations
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Senior Colloquium on the Politics of War and Peace
    Senior Colloquium on the Politics of War and Peace
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Senior Colloquium on Globalization
    Senior Colloquium on Globalization
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Approaches to Women's Studies
    Approaches to Women's Studies
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Women and Politics
    Women and Politics
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Feminist Political Theory
    Feminist Political Theory
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Special Topics Tutorials for Politics and Women’s Studies
    Special Topics Tutorials for Politics and Women’s Studies
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Student Internship Supervision for Politics and Women’s Studies
    Student Internship Supervision for Politics and Women’s Studies
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Approaches to Women's Studies
    Approaches to Women's Studies
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Feminist Political Theory (honors and regular sections)
    Feminist Political Theory (honors and regular sections)
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Women, Gender and World Politics
    Women, Gender and World Politics
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Theories of International Political Economy
    Theories of International Political Economy
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Special Topics Tutorials in Women's Studies
    Special Topics Tutorials in Women's Studies
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Student Internship Supervision in Women's Studies
    Student Internship Supervision in Women's Studies
    Level: Undergraduate

  • Selected Studies: Women's Studies (senior project coordinator and reader)
    Selected Studies: Women's Studies (senior project coordinator and reader)
    Level: Undergraduate

  • WSU Ambassador Program in Brazil 1999 (faculty advisor and leader)
    WSU Ambassador Program in Brazil 1999 (faculty advisor and leader)
    Level: Undergraduate
    Comments: (organized preparatory lectures for, supervised independent studies related to, and led students on a 3-week lecture-tour organized by the Federal University of Parana)
  • Feminist Theory: Global
    Feminist Theory: Global
    Level: Both
    Term: 11W
    Comments: Only grad students registered. Syllabus attached. [Link]
  • North American Feminisms Through Film
    North American Feminisms Through Film
    Level: Both
    Term: 11S
    Comments: First online course taught. Combines Gender in Film and Feminisms in North America courses. Syllabus attached. [Link]
  • 15-WMST-700 INTRO GRAD WMST
    Level: Graduate
    Term: 11A
    [Link]
  • Feminist Theory: Global
    Feminist Theory: Global
    Level: Both
    Term: 12W
    [Link]
  • 15-WMST-701 PROSEM:INTR GR SDY
    Level: Graduate
    Term: 11A
    [Link]
  • Proseminar I: Professional Development
    Proseminar I: Professional Development
    Level: Graduate
    Term: 12FS
    [Link]
  • Women, Gender, and Globalization
    Women, Gender, and Globalization
    Level: Both
    Term: 10A
    Comments: Syllabus attached. [Link]
  • Feminisms in Comparative Perspective: Inequalities, Immobilities, aand Transnationalisms in North America
    Feminisms in Comparative Perspective: Inequalities, Immobilities, aand Transnationalisms in North America
    Level: Both
    Term: 13SS
    Comments: Innovative experimental course enabled by fellowship with COIL (collaborative international online learning) Institute at SUNY Global Center. Linked with similar course taught by Dr. Marianne Marchand, UDLA Puebla, Mexico with additional 12 students for a shared module. Assisted by UC instructional designer Carolyn Stoll and with input by WGSS faculty Olga Sanmiguel-Valderrama. All members of the COIL UC-UDLAP team to connect students internationally through Web 2.0 tools to engage in cross-cultural learning. A model course. [Link]
  • Revolutionary Women (First Year Seminar)
    Revolutionary Women (First Year Seminar)
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 13FS
    [Link]
  • Feminist Methods and Methodologies
    Feminist Methods and Methodologies
    Level: Both
    Term: 14SS
    [Link]
  • Gender and International Violence
    Gender and International Violence
    Level: Both
    Term: 14SS
    [Link]
  • WGSS Graduate Proseminar I
    Level: Graduate
    Term: 13FS
    [Link]
  • Women and Global Issues
    Women and Global Issues
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 14FS
    [Link]
  • Feminst Methods and Methodologies
    Feminst Methods and Methodologies
    Level: Both
    Term: 15SS
    [Link]
  • WGS Graduate Internship on Feminist Pedagogy
    WGS Graduate Internship on Feminist Pedagogy
    Level: Graduate
    Term: 14FS

  • WGS Undergraduate Independent Study on Feminist Theory
    WGS Undergraduate Independent Study on Feminist Theory
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 15SS

  • Proseminar: Directed Readings
    Proseminar: Directed Readings
    Level: Graduate
    Term: 15SS

  • Global Faculty Program, Tec de Monterrey, Queretaro, Mexico
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 15SS
    Comments: Guest lectured on Gender and International Relations for six classes focused on International Perspectives, Critical Geopolitics, Peace and Conflict Studies and Theories of International Relations with 25-30 students each. [Link]
  • Introduction to Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Online
    Introduction to Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Online
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 15FS
    Comments: Worked with 2 WGSS graduate TAs to teach them how to teach this course online (met 3 hours weekly). Course integrates multicultural, international, and technological aspects.
  • Introduction to Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Online
    Introduction to Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Online
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 16SS
    Comments: Worked with 2 WGSS graduate TAs to somewhat revise course and take on more online grading and teaching responsibilities to ready them to teach it online (met 3 hours weekly). Continues to integrate multicultural, international, and technological aspects.
  • Gender and Film Online
    Gender and Film Online
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 15FS
    Comments: Worked with 2 WGSS TAs to teach them how to teach this course online (met 3 hours weekly). Integrates multicultural, international, and technological aspects.
  • Gender and Film Online
    Gender and Film Online
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 16SS
    Comments: Worked with 2 WGSS graduate TAs to somewhat revise and take more responsibility for grading and teaching in the second time this was offered to possibly teach in future (met 3 hours weekly). Integrates multicultural, international, and technological aspects.
  • WGSS Graduate Independent Study on Gender and IR for Political Science doctoral student
    Level: Graduate
    Term: 15FS
    Comments: Also guest joint lectured with two other Political Science Faculty in the adult education OLLI course, "Global Issues," 11/3/15
  • Inequalities and Resistances in the Global Political Economy
    Inequalities and Resistances in the Global Political Economy
    Level: Both
    Term: 17SS
    [Link]
  • Global Gender Politics
    Global Gender Politics
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 17SS
    Comments: A special feature of the course was the inclusion of FUE students in Cairo, necessitating using an open source Blackboard software called Coursesites. [Link]
  • Feminist Perspectives on Inequalities, (Im)Mobiliites, and Transnationalisms in a North American Context (Political Science Honors seminar taught at York University during Fulbright)
    Feminist Perspectives on Inequalities, (Im)Mobiliites, and Transnationalisms in a North American Context (Political Science Honors seminar taught at York University during Fulbright)
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 16FS
    Comments: In addition to teaching this honors seminar during my Fulbright, for which I mastered another course platform (Moodle) and integrated some of my Fulbright research into the course topics, I also guest lectured in feminist security studies in another honors seminar on Gun Politics. Have written many letters of recommendation for graduate school for several of the very diverse and accomplished students in my honors seminar. [Link]
  • Course lectures (5) on gender and international relations topics at Future University of Egypt, Cairo during Spring break
    Level: Undergraduate
    Term: 17SS
    Comments: As part of the regular Political Science faculty visits to lecture at this partner university in Egypt, guest lectured on intro to gender and IR, feminist security studies,, gender and global governance, gender and globalization, and nuclear waste politics in various classes; met with students in my online Global Gender Politics course; and met with faculty on research and publishing.