Women's and Gender Studies Faculty

Name &Title

Credentials

Focus

At NAU

Sanjam Ahluwalia, Ph.D., Associate Professor in History and Women’s and Gender Studies

(B.A., M.A., University of Delhi; Ph.D., University of Cincinnati 2000)

 

Women and gender histories, feminist theories, world history, histories of birth control and reproductive health

 

NAU 2000

 

Sheryl Lutjens, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Women’s and Gender Studies and Political Science

(B.A., University of California–Riverside; M.A., Ph.D., University of California–Berkeley 1987)

Comparative politics, public administration, Latin American politics, political economy, feminist theory, women and politics

NAU 1987

 

Doreen E. Martinez, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Women's and Gender Studies

(B.A. Psychology, Mansfield University, M.S. West Virginia University, C.A.S. (Certificate of Advanced Study)  Syracuse University, Ph.D  Syracuse University 2003)

Race/ethnicity, gender, qualitative research, theory,

Indigenous women, and health/medicine

NAU 2005

 

Frances Julia Riemer, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Director of Women’s and Gender Studies Program

 

(B.S., Pennsylvania State University; M.S., Fordham University; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania 1994)

Anthropology of education, social theory, ethnographic research , race/ethnicity and gender, education and issues of  equity and access

NAU 1997  

 

Adjunct Faculty

Naomi Pinion, M.A.

 

 

Naomi.Pinion@nau.edu

(B.S., Northern Arizona University; M.A., University of Arizona 1997)

Feminist theory; feminism and naturalism; body image; ethnicity

 

NAU 1998

 

 

Note: More than eighty additional faculty members from across the university are affiliated with the Women’s Studies Program; contact our office for a current listing or check our web site.