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Gender and Women's Studies Program

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Emily Cram

After earning an M.A. in Women's & Gender Studies from the University of Northern Iowa, I am currently completing a PhD in Communication and Culture, specializing in Gender Studies & Cultural Studies at Indiana University in Bloomington.  My dissertation, "Violent Inheritance: Landscape Memory, Materiality, and Queer Feelings in the Rocky Mountain West" explores the relationship between regional identity, memories of violence, and geographic senses of queerness.  My research is featured in The Quarterly Journal of Speech and in a forthcoming anthology Queering the Countryside from New York University Press.  In 2013, my work was recognized by the National Communication Association's Stephen Lucas Debut Publication Award.  My research interests include queer geographies (particularly rurality), public emotion, photography, resistance and relationships between gender, sexuality, and fatness.  My courses feature topics ranging from civic engagement, outlaw corporealities, to public intimacies.   

Sean R Miller 

Last year I served with the AmeriCorps program City Year which is an education based nonprofit that helps students stay in school and on track to graduate.  I served in a 6th grade Math and 7th grade English/Language Arts classroom in a Title 1 middle school in Jacksonville, Florida.  During my first year of service, I was nominated for Eli Segal Bridge Builder Award.  I have loved Florida so much that I will be returning for another year of service.  I will be serving with City Year in Jacksonville Florida as a Team Leader (Senior Corps Member).  This year I will also be apply to graduate school to receive my M.A. or M.Ed in Elementary Education.

Zac Hubbell

After eight years of working for contractors for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe, I started my own consultancy working with both the private and public sectors.  My clients currently inclue for-profit, non-profit and government entities implementing a variety of international programs in Asia, the Middle East, West Africa and Latin America, all funded by USAID, the Bureau of International Narcots and Law Enforcement (INL), or the Center for Disease Control (CDC).  One of the programs I support works to provide critical legal services to widos and other disenfranchised individuals throughout Iraq.  My wife Amii, daughter, Mizuki, and I live in Tokyo, Japan.


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