The courses that I teach include, but are not limited to, Sociology of Gender and Prejudice and Discrimination.
I have been teaching at CSU since the Fall of 1994. My doctoral dissertation is a theoretical analysis of capitalist development within the context of caste, class, gender, and ethnic/racial stratification. The classes I teach have a strong component of stratification and law with an emphasis on gender.
I am on the CSU academic senate as one of four lecturer representatives. I am also a representative for the program of Women's Studies in the California Faculty Association.
I am involved in volunteering for "Narika", an organization committed to the empowerment of women, who actively fight for the rights of women to be free from violence and exploitation.
I am working on a manuscript on the role of gender socialization and cultural myths which ‘naturalize’ subordination when ‘con’-structing gender.
|Course #||Sec||Course Title||Days||From||To||Location||Campus||Textbook Info|
|SOC 3431||02||Global Society||TU||6:30PM||10:00PM||MI-2106||Hayward Campus||View Books|
|SOC 4800||02||Topics Seminar||TH||6:30PM||10:00PM||MI-3092||Hayward Campus||View Books|
|WOST 3520||01||Mothers, Daughters and Sons||ARR||WEB-ONLINE||Online Campus||View Books|
|WOST 4130||01||Women in Midlife Transition||ARR||WEB-ONLINE||Online Campus||View Books|