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Gender Studies


Visual and performance arts are rich grounds for the negotiation of gender identities, roles, and ideologies around the world.  Our art historians, historical musicologists, and ethnomusicologists reach through a diverse range of artistic media, styles and genres and across histories and geographies to study how the arts simultaneously reflect, represent, construct, and challenge ideas of feminine, masculine, and alternative identities.

Faculty

Carol Babiracki

Carol Babiracki 
Associate Professor, Music History & Cultures

Theo Cateforis

Theo Cateforis 
Associate Professor, Music History and Cultures

Laurinda Dixon

Laurinda Dixon 
Emeritus Professor, Art History

Wayne Franits

Wayne Franits 
Distinguished Professor of Art History | Interim Director of Undergraduate Studies in Art History

Sydney Hutchinson

Sydney Hutchinson 
Associate Professor, Music History and Cultures | Director of Undergraduate Studies in Music History & Cultures

Romita Ray  (Kapoor)

Romita Ray (Kapoor) 
Associate Professor, Art History and Department Chair

Sarah Fuchs Sampson

Sarah Fuchs Sampson 
Assistant Professor of Music History and Cultures

Amanda Eubanks Winkler

Amanda Eubanks Winkler 
Associate Professor, Music History and Cultures