Decolonial theory, studies of immigrant illegality, New Jersey history.
Sexuality, popular culture, and the historically and discursively constituted body.
Visual Studies, Critical Ethnic Studies, Black Studies, Feminist Theory, Media Studies
Fat studies, disability studies.
Psychoanalysis; Queer Theory; Contemplative Studies; Social Philosophy
Literatures of the African diaspora, and particularly Caribbean women poets.
Women’s economic rights, social justice, collective bargaining, women’s advancement in work and education, and access to higher education.
Women's situation in North Africa and the Middle East, sexual harassment, cyberpolitics, personal blogs.
Diaspora studies, temporalities, cultural production, borders, world-making.
Queer necropolitics, prison abolition, (anti)blackness, Palestinian solidarity.
Film studies, queer theory, transnational theory.
Intersection of Caribbean and French philosophy on the question of memory and materialism.
Human rights discourse, responsibilitization, technologies of the self, state-making, securitization, ethical-self fashioning.
Nationalism and state-building; Law, gender, and citizenship; critical refugee studies; queer and feminist transnational organizing; international human rights regimes; social and labor movements; the Middle East.
Community organizing, particularly organizing efforts led by people of color.
Philosophy, contemporary feminist theory, dance, and disability studies.
Affect, animality, architecture, and critical geography.
Nation building, citizenship and identity, human rights discourses, queer theory, transgender studies, the Caucasus and the Eastern Mediterranean.
Feminist science and technology studies, new materialisms, subject formation, and queer theory.
Visual culture, race, filmmaking, feminist theory.
Feminist theory and sexual difference philosophy, 20th century European continental philosophy, psychoanalysis, science and technology studies, queer theory and literature, revolutionary ethics and political spirituality, ecology in philosophy and literature.
Negotiations of identity and belonging in the queer African diaspora.
Women writers of the African Diaspora, international economic relationships, academia and popular culture.
Rural queer studies, anarchism, prisons, feminist and critical pedagogies.
History of the psy sciences; social organization of mental health services; political economy of multicultural mental health education and practice; abolitionist perspectives on correctional medicine; institutional ethnography; settler colonialism, nationalism, and public health; historical materialist approaches to understanding gender, race, class, and disability; dialectics of affect
Feminist globalization studies, feminist political economy, transnational activism, feminist geography and cultural studies.
Autonomist theories of the common and current debates about matter, nature and life developed in the fields of feminist theory, science and technology studies and decolonial thought.
feminist media; media literacy; animated cartoons and video games; gender identity, sexual orientation, race, class, size and ability in popular culture.
"Third World" feminist and queer theories and movements, cultural theory, critical theory, Puerto Rican and Caribbean studies.
Digital media studies, Black girls, critical Black Feminist theory, affect, digital humanities.
Critical addiction studies, discourses and practices of care, queer studies, critical geography.
Intersection of race, class, gender in reproductive experiences.
Narratives of women's health in Northern Uganda and issues of representation in humanitarian aid.