Dáša Frančíková

Former Lecturer

Specialization

Comparative and transnational history; women’s history; history of medicine; feminisms; women’s movements; sexualities; medical anthropology

Education

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Joint PhD in History and Women’s Studies, 2011

Publications

“Romantic Friendships” in Leila J. Rupp and Susan Freeman, eds., Understanding and Teaching U.S. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender History (University of Wisconsin Press); forthcoming.

“The Queer Story of Kateřina Maršalová: The Female Soldier, Ideal Woman, and Masculine Femininity.” Gender & History 24:2 (August 2012): 353-367.

“‘A Matter of Physical Health and Strength‘”: Disciplining the Female Body and Reproducing the Czech National Community in the Mid-Nineteenth Century.” Journal of Women’s History 23/4 (Winter, 2011): 59-81.

Courses

Spring 2013: Feminist Studies 20 and 20H. Students in the Honors section create a website as their final project:

womenculturesociety.wikispaces.com

lifethroughafeministlens.wikispaces.com

femst20h-winter-14.wikispaces.com