Ph.D. Candidate, American Studies
Joy's research interests include critical race, gender, and feminist theories and the representations of race, ethnicity, gender, class, and sexuality in popular culture as well as exploring their intersections.
She joined the American studies graduate program at WSU Pullman after earning a master's degree in four-field anthropology (with an emphasis in cultural anthropology) and a B.A. in psychology and social behavior.
Her previous research projects include fieldwork on the Obon festival as well as the Nisei (second-generation Japanese Americans) who came of age during the Second World War.
She is currently teaching WSt 338 online. Joy has previously taught ethnic studies courses, including The Ethnic Family, Ethnic Groups in the U.S., and Contemporary Ethnic America.
Contact Ms. Taylor
No summer office hours
- WSt 338 online