Laura Tanner

Graduate Student

Specialization

Productive and Reproductive Labors

Education

M.A. Feminist Studies, UC Santa Barbara, 2015

H.B.A, Women's Studies, Oregon State, 2013

 

Research

Intersections of class and economic status, race and gender within lived experiences of mothering; poverty and social assistance programs; reproductive justice in childbearing and parenting; the impacts of mothering on women's agency; interpersonal violence.

Projects

Her dissertation project is an intersectional feminist analysis of child-initiated violence and the binds of mothering.

Courses

Courses Designed and Taught:

FEMST 20 Gender and Power: Introduction to Feminist Studies

FEMST130 Perspectives in Women's Health: Reproductive Justice in the U.S.

Graduate Teaching Assistant:

FEMST 20 Gender and Power: Introduction to Feminist Studies

FEMST 50 Global Feminisms and Social Justice

FEMST 80 Intro to LGBTQ Studies

FEMST 150 Sex, Love, and Romance