Graduate Program Director
Education and Interests
Ph.D., California-Berkeley 2002
Sociology of Gender, Feminist Theory, Social Movements, Sociology of Globalization and Development, Qualitative Methods,Gender and Globalization, Women's Movements in the Global South, Feminisms in the Latin/a Americas, Feminist Methodologies
- Negotiating the Global: Northeast Brazilian Women's Movements and the Transnational Feminist Public. To be submitted to Duke University Press.
"Feminists and Funding: Plays of Power in the Social Movement Market." To be submitted to Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society.
"The Leverage of the Local: Rural Brazilian Women's Movements in the Global Arena." To be submitted to Latin American Research Review.
"When they Write Back: Negotiating with the Transnational Subjects of Ethnography." To be submitted to Qualitative Sociology.
"Women's Movements through a Brazilian Feminist Lens." To be submitted as part of an edited collection on Brazilian feminism.
"Transnational Feminism: Reading Joan Scott in the Brazilian Sertao." Ethnography 2: 243-71, 2001.