Agatha Beins, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Director of the Multicultural Women's and Gender Studies Master's Program
Office: HDB 307L
Office Phone: 940-898-2117
Teaching Areas: Foundations of Scholarly Inquiry, Feminist Theories, Art and Activism, Women, Culture and Society, Women and Advertising, Composition
Research Interests: Histories of feminism and women’s studies, social movements, print and material cultures, cultural studies, art and activism, pedagogy, feminist geography
|Ph.D.||2011||Women’s and Gender Studies||Rutgers University|
|M.F.A.||2005||Creative Writing and Poetry||Eastern Washington University|
|M.A.||2003||Women's Studies||University of Arizona|
|B.A.||1998||Classical Languages||Carleton College|
- Beins, Agatha. A World Wide Conspiracy of Radical Lesbians: Ain’t I a Woman? and Lesbian Feminism in the 1970s. Sinister Wisdom 2011: 82:16-23. Print.
- Beins, Agatha. Sisterly Solidarity: Politics and Rhetoric of the Direct Address in U.S. Feminism in the 1970s. Women, A Cultural Review 2010: 21(3):293-308.
- Beins, Agatha. Review of "Generation M: Misogyny in Media & Culture and Women Behind the Camera". Films for the Feminist Classroom 2010: 1 (1): http://ffc.twu.edu/
- Beins, Agatha. Comparative Perspectives Symposium: Feminist Zines. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 2009: 35(1):1-74. Print.
- Beins, Agatha. What Bodies Become: Review of "Self-Portrait with Crayon". Redactions: Poetry & Poetics 2009: 12:72-73.
- Beins, Agatha & Barney Beins. Effective Writing in Psychology: Papers, Posters, and Presentations. Blackwell, 2008.
- Beins, Agatha & Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy.Women's Studies for the Future: Foundations, Interrogations, Politics. Rutgers University Press, 2005.
Honors & Awards
|2012||College of Arts and Sciences Development Funds||Texas Woman’s University|
|2010-2011||Center for Historical Analysis Graduate Fellowship||Rutgers University|
|2009-2010||American Dissertation Fellowship||American Association of University Women|
|2009-2010||Research Grant||State Historical Society of Iowa|
|2009-2010||Travel-to-Collections Grant||Tulane University Newcomb College Center for Research of Women|
|2008-2009||Dissertation Grant||Schlesinger Library, Radcliff Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University|
|2008-2009||John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation Research Stipend||Historical Society of Southern California|
|2008-2009||Margaret Storrs Grierson Scholar-in-Residence Fellowship||Sophia Smith College, Smith College|
|2008-2009||Mary Lily Travel Grant||
Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture, Duke University
Institute for Research on Women's Seminar "Communities: Research and Action," Rutgers University