College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies

Research

The faculty in the Department of Critical Culture, Gender, and Race Studies are active scholars and researchers. You can get a glimpse of departmental productivity at the WSU Research Expertise portal (see "Critical Culture Gender and Race Studies" under the Research Units heading). While the portal is not comprehensive, it contains data on many of our journal publications, grants, and collaborative efforts, as well as tools for exploring and visualizing this information.

You may also view the individual research areas of our core faculty within the "Faculty and Staff" section of this website.

Below is a sampling of our faculty members' most recent books. You may view more detailed information from the publisher, such as a summary, table of contents, excerpt, and reviews, by clicking on the cover.

Asian American Women's Popular Literature
Unsettling America: The Uses of Indianness in the 21st Century, by Rich King
After Artest: The NBA and the Assault on Blackness, by David Leonard
Queer Retrosexualities: The Politics of Reparative Return, by Nishant Shahani
Mexican Women and the Other Side of Immigration, by Luz María Gordillo
Animating Differences, by Rich King, Carmen Lugo-Lugo, and Mary Bloodsworth-Lugo
Containing (Un)American Bodies, by Mary Bloodsworth-Lugo and Carmen Lugo-Lugo
Teaching Race in the 21st Century, edited by Lisa Guerrero
This Land Was Mexican Once, by Linda Heidenreich
In-Between Bodies, by Mary Bloodsworth-Lugo
Screens Fade to Black, by David Leonard
Contemporary Native American Issues: Media Images and Representations, by Rich King
Asian American Women, co-edited by Marian Sciachitano

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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