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Professor of Women's StudiesDr. AnaLouise Keating

Office: HDB 307K
940-898-2129 phone | 940-898-2101 fax
email: akeating@twu.edu                                     
                     

Education
Ph.D. 1990 Literature, Unversity of Illinois, Chicago

M.A. 1984 Literature, Univeraity of Illinois, Chicago

B.A. 1983 English, Wheaton College (Illinois) 

Courses Taught
Graduate: New Directions of Feminist/Womanist Theories; Women's Studies Disciplinary/Interdisciplinary Knowledges; The Politics of Publications and Writing; U.S. Women of Colors; Feminist Epistemologies; Feminist Theories; Transgressive Identities; Queer Theories & Critical 'Race' Theories; Spiritual Activism; and Gloria Anzaldúa: Politics, Poetics, and Prose

Research Interests
Multicultural womanist/feminist theorizing; U.S. women writers of colors; critical 'race' feminisms; queer theories; Gloria E. Anzaldúa; womanist spiritual activism; transdisciplinarity; transformation studies; indigenous & womanist epistemologies.

Recent Publications
Books
Keating, AnaLouise and Gonzalez-Lopez, Gloria (eds.) Bridging: How and Why Gloria E. Anzaldúa’s Life and Work has Transformed Our Own. Austin: University of Texas Press, forthcoming.

Anzaldua ReaderKeating, AnaLouise (ed.) The Gloria Anzaldúa Reader. Duke University Press, 2009






Teaching TransformationKeating, AnaLouise. Teaching Transformation: Transcultural Classroom Dialogues. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.




EntreMundosKeating, AnaLouise (ed.) EntreMundos/Among Worlds: New Perspectives on Gloria E. Anzaldúa. Palgrave MacMillan, 2005






this bridgeKeating, AnaLouise and Anzaldúa, Gloria E. (eds.) this bridge we call home: radical visions for transformation. . Routledge, 2002 




InterviewsKeating, AnaLouise (ed.) Interviews/Entrevistas.  Routledge, 2000





Keating, AnaLouise and Bredin, Renae (eds.) Perspectives: Gender Studies. 

Women ReadingKeating, AnaLouise. Women Reading Women Writing: Self-Invention in Paula Gunn Allen, Gloria Anzaldúa, and Audre Lorde. Temple University Press, 1996










Recent Articles & Book Chapters
Keating, AnaLouise. "From Intersections to Interconnections: Lessons for Transformation from This Bridge Called My Back: Radical Writings by Women of Color." The Intersectional Approach: Transforming Women’s and Gender Studies through Race, Class, and Gender. Ed. Michele Tracy Berger and Kathleen Guidroz. Durham: University of North Carolina Press, forthcoming.

Keating, AnaLouise. "Transforming Status-Quo Stories, Shifting from "Me" to We" Consciousness." Education and Hope in Troubled Times: Visions of Change for Our Children’s World. Ed. Svi Shapiro. New York: Routledge, 2009. 210-22.

Keating, AnaLouise. "‘I am a citizen of the universe’: Gloria Anzaldúa’s Spiritual Activism as Catalyst for Social Change." Feminist Studies 34.1 (2008): 53-69.

Keating, AnaLouise. "Working towards wholeness’: Gloria Anzaldúa’s Struggles to Live with Diabetes and Chronic Illness." Speaking from the Body: Latinas on Health and Culture. Ed. Angie Chabram-Dernersesian and Adela de la Torres. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2008.

Keating, AnaLouise. "Self-Help, Indian Style? Paula Gunn Allen's Grandmothers of the Light and the Politics of Transformation." Cultural Sites of Critical Insight: Philosophy, Aesthetics, and Native and African American Women’s Writings. Eds. Angela L. Cotten and Christa Davis Acampora. SUNY Press, 2007.

Keating, AnaLouise. "From Borderlands and New Mestizas to Nepantlas and Nepantleras: Anzaldúan Theories for Social Change." Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-knowledge 4 (2006): 5-16.

Honors/Grants/Services
Minority Scholars’ Committee, American Studies Association (2007-2010)

Chair of Minority Scholars’ Committee, American Studies Association, chair (2009-2010)

Ms. Writer’s Workshop for Feminist Scholars (Spring 2009)

Women’s Committee, American Studies Association (2003-2007)

Co-Chair of Women’s Committee, American Studies Association, co-chair (2005-2007)

Pioneer for Diversity Award Texas Woman’s University (2004)

Summer Research Stipend, Texas Woman’s University (2003)

New Faculty Research Enhancement Program, Texas Woman’s University (2001-2002)

Travel Grant, Texas Woman’s University (2002, 2003, 2004, 2008)

Conflict & Resolution Committee, National Women’s Studies Association (2004-2006; 2007-2010)

Outside Reviewer, New Mexico State University, Tenure/Promotion Committee (2007)

Outside Reviewer, Wright State University, Tenure/Promotion Committee (2007)

Outside Reviewer, The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (2005-2006)

Selection Committee, The American Studies Association Gene Wise–Warren Susman Prize (2003)

Consultant/Evaluator, Diversity and Globalization: A Core Curriculum for the 21st Century, NEH-Funded Curriculum Transformation Project; Eastern New Mexico University (2002-2004)

Outside Reviewer, Pitzer College, Tenure/Promotion Committee (2002)

Outside Reviewer, Penn State–Berks Campus, Department of English Tenure/Promotion Committee (2002)

Outside Reviewer, University of Hawai’i Department of English Tenure/Promotion Committee (2001)

 

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