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Priya Kandaswamy
Alice Andrews Quigley Professor
Associate Professor of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies
Meg Quigley Professor
Advisor, Queer Studies Minor
Vera Long 132, 510.430.3106, pkandaswamy@mills.edu
Professional Interests: Feminist and queer theory; race, gender, and US welfare politics; women of color in the US; theories of race and sexuality; sexuality and citizenship; geographies of race, gender, and sexuality

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Rebekah Edwards
Visiting Assistant Professor of English
Mills Hall 324, 510.430.2219.2, redwards@mills.edu
Office Hours: Tuesdays, Thursdays 1:00-2:30, Thursdays 4:00-6:30, and by appointment
Professional Interests: Queer theory, disability theory, visual culture theory, lesbian literature, American literature

Ajuan Mance
Professor of English
Mills Hall Room 311, 510.430.2217,, amance@mills.edu
Professional Interests: African American literature, 19th-century American literature, US popular culture, the oral tradition in US literature, Black feminist thought, African American art

Julia C. Oparah
Professor of Ethnic Studies
Department Head of Ethnic Studies
Associate Provost
Mills Hall Room 343, 510.430.3163, jsudbury@mills.edu
Professional Interests: African diaspora studies, Black British studies, black feminist theory, women of color organizing, transnational prison-industrial complex, women and transgender prisoners

Ellen Spertus
Professor of Computer Science
CPM Room 201, 510.430.2011, spertus@mills.edu
Professional Interests: Structured information retrieval, online communities, gender in computer science, social effects of computing

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Vera Long 118

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Last Updated: 8/30/16