is an Associate Professor in the Dept. of Women and Gender Studies, at SUNY Brockport. Her research involves women’s global human rights, identity politics in literature and popular culture, and historical to contemporary perspectives on women’s rights. Her most recent scholarship includes a coauthored book chapter on Seneca Falls and a Politics of Relation,, and a forthcoming article on Technologies of Affect in Memorializing Holocaust Trauma. She is recipient of the SUNY Chancellor Award for Excellence in Teaching and Brockport President’s Award for Teaching Excellence. She holds a PhD in Higher Education with a focus on Women in Education from the University at Buffalo.