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Amy C Lind

Title:  Mary Ellen Heintz Endowed Chair & Professor
Office:  3310 French Hall
Tel: 513-556-6364
Email: amy.lind@uc.edu

Amy Lind is Mary Ellen Heintz Endowed Chair and Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She served as WGSS Graduate Director between 2008-2013, with the exception of 2011-2012, when she was a Taft Fellow. She is a Faculty Affiliate in Sociology, Romance Languages & Literatures, and the School of Planning. Her areas of scholarship and teaching include critical development studies, global political economy, postcolonial studies, queer theory, transnational feminisms, social movements, and studies of neoliberal governance. She is the author of Gendered Paradoxes: Women’s Movements, State Restructuring, and Global Development in Ecuador (Penn State University Press, 2005), and editor of four volumes, including Development, Sexual Rights and Global Governance (Routledge, 2010) and Feminist (Im)mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America: Rights, Citizenships and Identities in Transnational Perspective (Ashgate Publishing, 2013, co-edited with Anne Sisson Runyan, Patricia McDermott and Marianne Marchand). Currently she is working on two books: Decolonial Justice: Resignifying Nation, Economy and Family in Ecuador (with Christine Keating) and Gendering Global Political Economy (with Marianne Marchand and Rahel Kunz, Palgrave, forthcoming). She has held distinguished visiting professor positions in Ecuador, Bolivia and Switzerland and has delivered over fifty invited lectures at institutions around the world.

Education

Ph.D., Cornell University, (City and Regional Planning).

M.R.P., Cornell University, (City and Regional Planning).

B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz, (Women’s Studies & Latin American Studies, graduated with honors).

Positions & Work Experience

08-2013-12-2013, Visiting Professor, The Graduate Institute of International and Dévelopment Studies / Institut de Hautes Études Internationales et du Développement, Geneva, Switzerland.

05-2013-08-2013, Expert Witness, McDermott Will & Emery LLP, Chicago, IL.

03-2013-04-2013, Expert witness, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, New York, NY.

08-2012-08-2013, Graduate Program Director, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.

04-2012-07-2012, Expert witness, Kirkland & Ellis LLP, New York, NY.

2011-2011, Expert witness, Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP, New York, NY.

06-2010-08-2010, Visiting Scholar, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL.

2010-2011, Expert witness, Law Office of Raymond P. D’Uva, Newark, NJ.

2009-2010, Expert witness, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, New York, NY.

09-2008-08-2011, Graduate Program Director, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.

2008-2009, Expert witness, University of Miami Health and Elder Law Clinic, Miami, FL.

09-2006 to Present, Mary Ellen Heintz Endowed Chair and Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.

01-2006-03-2006, Visiting Professor, FLACSO-Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador.

2006-2006, Expert witness, Ben Hoare Bell LLP, UK, Newcastle, UK.

2005-2006, Expert witness, Ben Hoare Bell LLP, UK, Newcastle, UK.

07-2004-08-2004, Visiting Professor, FLACSO-Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador.

2004-2005, Expert witness, Lord Bissell Brook LLP, Chicago, IL.

2004-2006, Consultant, , Phoenix, AZ; Latin America.

2004-2005, Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.

04-1999-05-1999, Visiting Professor, Centro de Estudios Superiores Universitarios (CESU), Universidad Mayor de San Simon (UMSS), Cochabamba, Bolivia.

03-1998-04-1998, Visiting Professor, FLACSO-Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador.

1997-2003, Assistant Professor, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

09-1995-10-1995, Visiting Professor, Posgrado en Ciencias del Desarrollo (CIDES), Universidad Mayor de San Andres (UMSA), La Paz, Bolivia.

07-1995-08-1995, Consultant, United Nations Institute for Social Development (UNRISD), Ithaca, NY.

06-1994-08-1994, Consultant, United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) and International Federation of Institutes for Advanced Study (IFIAS), New York, NY.

07-1992-12-1993, Visiting Researcher, FLACSO-Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador.

06-1989-08-1989, Intern, Centro de Planificacion y Estudios Sociales (CEPLAES), Quito, Ecuador.

Research Support

(PI) Decolonial Justice: Resignifying Nation, Economy and Family in Ecuador, Charles Phelps Taft Research Center Faculty Release Fellowship. 100% salary. Date: 01-2014 to 05-2014. Status: Pending.

(PI) "How States Govern Identity: Resignifying Gender, Race, Ethnicity and Sexuality in Ecuador's Citizen Revolution," paper presented at the Latin American Studies Association annual conference, Washington, D.C., May 29-June 1, 2013., UC Charles Phelps Taft Research Center Domestic Conference Travel Grant. $475.00. Date: 05-2013 to 06-2013. Status: Pending.

(PI) "Querying/Queering 21st Century Socialism in Latin America," paper presented at the International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) conference, Barcelona, Spain, UC Charles Phelps Taft Research Center International Conference Travel Grant. $1747.00. Date: 06-2012 to 07-2012.

(PI) "’Revolution with A Woman’s Face?’ Family Norms, Constitutional Reform, and the Politics of Redistribution in Post/Neoliberal Ecuador,” paper presented at the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) XXX International Congress, San Francisco, CA., UC Charles Phelps Taft Research Center Domestic Conference Travel Grant. $675.00. Date: 05-2012 to 05-2012. Status: Completed.

(PI) Amy Lind, Sexual Politics and Constitutional Reform in Ecuador, UC Charles Phelps Taft Research Center Travel for Research Grant. $1915. Date: 03/03/2012 to 03/19/2012. Status: Completed.

(Fellow) Amy Lind, Governing Sexuality: Development, Family Norms and the Struggle for Sexual Rights in Ecuador, UC Charles Phelps Taft Research Center. Date: 2011 to 2012.

(PI) Amy Lind, "Gendered Paradoxes Revisited: Ecuadorian Neoliberalisms, Sexual Politics, Post-neoliberal Futures," paper presented at the Latin American Studies Association annual conference, Toronto, Canada, UC Charles Phelps Taft Research Center International Conference Travel Grant. $952. Date: 10/06/2010 to 10/09/2010. Status: Completed.

(PI) Amy Lind, Querying/Queering Development: Sexual Rights Struggles in Venezuela and Ecuador, UC Friends of Women's Studies Mini-Research Grant. $500. Date: 06-2010 to 07-2010. Status: Completed.

(Co-Investigator) Adrian Parr, Climate Change in Context, Theories of Sustainability, and Sustainability in Practice, UC Faculty Development Council. $19,656. Date: 03-2010 to 06-2011. Status: Completed.

(PI) Amy Lind, Women’s Rights, Economic Development, and Radical Populism in Chávez’s Venezuela, UC Friends of Women's Studies Mini-Research Grant. $500. Date: 06-2008 to 08-2008. Status: Completed.

(PI) Amy Lind, Women’s Rights, Economic Development, and Radical Populism in Chávez’s Venezuela, UC University Research Council. $14,500. Date: 2008 to 2009. Status: Completed.

(PI) Amy Lind, "Queering/Querying Development," paper presented at the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society (IASSCS), Lima, Peru, UC Friends of Women's Studies Faculty Travel Grant. $1200. Date: 06-2007 to 07-2007. Status: Completed.

(PI) Amy Lind, FLACSO-Ecuador: Women's Movements in Latin America, Fulbright Senior Specialist Award. $9345. Date: 01-2006 to 03-2006. Status: Completed.

(Fellow) Amy Lind, Women's Work, State Restructuring, and Emergency Social Investment Funds in Ecuador, University of Notre Dame Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies, Visiting Faculty Fellow. $16,000. Date: 01-2006 to 06-2006. Status: Completed.

(Co-Investigator) Anne Runyan, Marianne Marchand, Pat McDermott, Women's Human Rights, Citizenships, and Identities in a North American Context , US Fund for the Improvement of Secondary Education (FIPSE), North America. $200,563. Date: 09-2004 to 08-2008. Status: Completed.

(PI) Amy Lind, FLACSO-Ecuador: Gender Studies MA Program Collaborator, Fulbright Senior Specialist Award. $8900. Date: 06-2004 to 07-2004. Status: Completed.

(PI) Amy Lind, On the roster from 2003-2006 and 2008-2010 (stepped off for two years due to serving on a Fulbright grant review committee), Fulbright Senior Specialist Program Roster. Date: 2003 to 2010. Status: Completed.

(PI) Amy Lind, Women's Movements and Neoliberal Restructuring in Ecuador, Arizona State University Women's Studies Summer Research Grant. Date: 06-2000 to 08-2000. Status: Completed.

(PI) Amy Lind, "Gendered Expressions of Development: Women’s Organizations and the Transnational Circulation of Development Knowledge in Bolivia," paper presentation at the seminar, Feminisms and Postcoloniality in the Global South, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland, Arizona State University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences International Travel Grant. Date: 09-1999 to 09-1999. Status: Completed.

(PI) Amy Lind, Women's Movements and Neoliberal Restructuring in Ecuador, Arizona State University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Summer Research Grant. Date: 06-1999 to 08-1999. Status: Completed.

(PI) Amy Lind, Remaking the Nation: Women's Organizations, Feminist Politics and Neoliberal Restructuring in Ecuador, Arizona State University Women's Studies Summer Research Grant. Date: 06-1998 to 08-1998. Status: Completed.

(PI) Amy Lind, Women's Organizations, Neoliberal Restructuring and the Politics of Development in Bolivia, Fulbright Senior Scholar Award. $20,500. Date: 01-1998 to 05-1998. Status: Completed.

(Fellow) US Dept of Education Title VI Foreign Languages and Area Studies Postdoctoral Fellowship. $35,000. Date: 08-1996 to 06-1997. Status: Completed.

Peer Reviewed Publications

Amy Lind. 1997. "Gender, Development and Urban Social Change: Women's Community Action in Global Cities," World Development 28(9): 1205-1223.

Amy Lind. 2002. "Making Feminist Sense of Neoliberalism: The Institutionalization of Women's Struggles for Survival in Ecuador and Bolivia," Journal of Developing Societies 18(2/3): 228-258.

Amy Lind. 2003. "Gender and Neoliberal States: Feminists Remake the Nation in Ecuador," Latin American Perspectives 30(1): 182-207.

Amy Lind. 2003. "Feminist Post-Development Thought: 'Women and Development' and the Gendered Paradoxes of Survival in Bolivia," Women's Studies Quarterly 31(3/4): 227-246.

Amy Lind. 2004. "Legislating the Family: Heterosexist Bias in Social Welfare Policy Frameworks, Sociology and Social Welfare 31(4): 19-34.

Amy Lind. 2009. "Governing Intimacy, Struggling for Sexual Rights: Heteronormativity in the Global Development Industry," Development 52(1): 34-42.

Amy Lind. 2012. "Contradictions that Endure: Family Norms, Social Reproduction, and Rafael Correa's Citizen Revolution in Ecuador," Politics & Gender, Critical Perspectives section, special issue on "Pinking the Latin American Left," 8(2) 254-261.

Amy Lind. 2012. "'Revolution With A Woman's Face?' Social Reproduction, Constitutional Reform, and the Politics of Redistribution in Post/Neoliberal Ecuador," Rethinking Marxism, special issue on "Sexuality Between State and Economy," 24(4): 536-555.

Amy Lind and Christine Keating. 2013. "Navigating the Left Turn: Sexual Justice and the Citizen Revolution in Ecuador," International Feminist Journal of Politics "Murderous Inclusions" special issue, 15(4): 515-533.

Amy Lind. "'Out' in IR: Why Queer Visibility Matters," International Studies Review, special forum on "(Im)Possibly Queer International Relations," in press.

Invited Publications

Amy Lind. "Gay Rights: Out of the Closet and into La Calle," NACLA Report on the Americas 30(5), 1997: 6-9.

Amy Lind. 2008. "Interrogating 'Queerness' in Theory and Politics: Reflections from Ecuador," LASA Forum 39(4): 30-34.

Amy Lind. 2012. "Intimate Governmentalities, the Latin American Left, and the Decolonial Turn," feminists@law, special issue on "Latin American Feminism and Constitutionalism," vol. 2, no. 1. Website: http://journals.kent.ac.uk/index.php/feministsatlaw/issue/view/5.

Books

Amy Lind. 2005. Gendered Paradoxes: Women's Movements, State Restructuring, and Global Development in Ecuador, Penn State University Press. [Link]

Amy Lind (ed.). 2003. Women's Issues Worldwide: Central and South America. Greenwood Press. [Link]

Amy Lind and Stephanie Brzuzy (eds.). 2008. Battleground: Women, Gender, and Sexuality, Greenwood Press. [Link]

Amy Lind and Sofia Pazmino Arguello (eds.). 2009. Ciudadanias y sexualidades en America Latina, Iconos: revista de ciencias sociales, no. 35, Quito: FLACSO (co-editor of special issue of peer-reviewed journal). [Link]

Amy Lind (ed.). 2010. Development, Sexual Rights and Global Governance. New York: Routledge. [Link]

Anne Sisson Runyan, Amy Lind, Patricia McDermott and Marianne Marchand (eds.). 2013. Feminist (Im)mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America: Rights, Citizenships and Identities in Transnational Perspective, Ashgate Publishing. [Link]

Marianne Marchand, Rahel Kunz and Amy Lind. Gendering Global Political Economy, Palgrave (forthcoming).

Book Chapters

Amy Lind. 1992. "Power, Gender, and Development: Popular Women's Organizations and the Politics of Needs in Ecuador," pp. 132-149 in The Making of Social Movements in Latin America: Identity, Strategy, and Democracy, edited by Arturo Escobar and Sonia Alvarez. Boulder, CO: Westview Press (peer reviewed).

Lourdes Benería and Amy Lind. 1995. "Engendering International Trade: Concepts, Policy, Action," pp. 69-86 in A Commitment to the World's Women: Perspectives on Beijing and Beyond, edited by Noeleen Heyzer. New York: UNIFEM.

Amy Lind. 2000. "Negotiating Boundaries: Women's Organizations and the Politics of Restructuring in Ecuador," pp. 161-175 in Gender and Global Restructuring: Sightings, Sites, Resistances, edited by Marianne Marchand and Anne Sisson Runyan. New York: Routledge (peer reviewed).

Amy Lind. 2003. "Engendering Andean Politics: The Paradoxes of Women's Movements in Neoliberal Ecuador and Bolivia," pp. 58-78 in Politics in the Andes: Identity, Conflict, Reform, edited by Jo-Marie Burt and Philip Mauceri. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press (peer reviewed).

Amy Lind and Jessica Share. 2003. "Queering Development: Institutionalized Heterosexuality in Development Theory, Practice and Politics in Latin America," pp. 55-73 in Feminist Futures: Re-imagining Women, Culture and Development, edited by Kum-Kum Bhavnani, John Foran and Priya Kurian. London: Zed Books (peer reviewed).

Amy Lind and Jill Williams. 2008. "Afianzando los derechos de las mujeres: militarización fronteriza, seguridad nacional y violencia contra las mujeres en la frontera Mexico-Estados Unidos," in Mujeres y escenarios ciudadanos, edited by Mercedes Prieto. Quito: FLACSO.

Amy Lind. 2010. "From Neoliberalism to Post-Neoliberalism? Re-Assessing the Institutionalization of Women's Struggles for Survival in Ecuador and Venezuela," pp. 649-655 in The International Handbook on Gender and Poverty, edited by Sylvia Chant. Edward Elgar (peer reviewed).

Amy Lind. 2010. "Development, Global Governance, and Sexual Subjectivities," pp. 1-20 in Development, Sexual Rights and Global Governance, edited by Amy Lind. New York: Routledge (peer reviewed).

Amy Lind. 2010. "Querying Globalization: Sexual Subjectivities, Development, and the Governance of Intimacy," pp. 48-65 in Gender and Global Restructuring: Sightings, Sites, Resistances, edited by Marianne Marchand and Anne Sisson Runyan. New York: Routledge (second edition, new contribution, peer reviewed).

Amy Lind. 2013. "Heteronormativity and Sexuality," in Georgina Waylen, Karen Celis, Johanna Kantola and Laurel Weldon, eds. Oxford Handbook of Gender and Politics, Oxford University Press (peer reviewed).

Amy Lind and Jill Williams. 2013. "Engendering Violence in De/Hyper-nationalized Spaces: Border Militarization, State Territorialization, and Embodied Politics at the U.S.-Mexico Border," pp. 95-114 in Anne Sisson Runyan, Amy Lind, Patricia McDermott and Marianne Marchand, eds. Feminist (Im)mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America: Rights, Citizenships, and Identities in Transnational Perspective, Ashgate Publishing (peer reviewed).

Amy Lind. 2013. "Sexual Politics and Constitutional Reform in Ecuador: From Neoliberalism to the Buen Vivir," pp. 127-148 in Meredith L. Weiss and Michael J. Bosia, eds. Global Homophobia: States, Movements and the Politics of Oppression, University of Illinois Press (peer reviewed).

Encyclopedia Articles

"Nohelia Canales, Student Activist, 1974+," pp. 115-116 in Virginia Sanchez Korrol and Vicki Ruiz, eds. Latinas in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia, Indiana University Press, 2006.

"Politics and Political Ideologies: Leftist Women," pp. 402-409 in Amy Lind and Stephanie Brzuzy, eds. Battleground: Women, Gender, and Sexuality, Greenwood Press, 2007.

"Leftist Armed Struggle," pp. 289-291 in Amy Lind and Stephanie Brzuzy, eds. Battleground: Women, Gender, and Sexuality, Greenwood Press, 2007.

"Femininities/Masculinities," pp. 1662-1666 in George Ritzer, ed. Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, Blackwell Publishing, 2006. Reprinted in The Concise Encyclopedia of Sociology, Blackwell Publishing, 2011.

"Sexism," pp. 4203-4205 in George Ritzer, ed. Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, Blackwell Publishing, 2006. Reprinted in The Concise Encyclopedia of Sociology, Blackwell Publishing, 2011.

Reviews

"Planning, Gender and Development," review essay of The Women, Gender and Development Reader (Nalini Visvanathan et al., Zed Books, 1997) and Emergences: Women's Struggles for Livelihood in Latin America (John Friedmann et al., UCLA Latin American Center, 1996), Journal of Planning Education and Research, Vol. 18, No. 1 (1998): 82-84.

Book review of Sarah Hamilton, The Two-Headed Household: Gender and Rural Development in the Ecuadorian Andes (University of Pittsburgh Press, 1998), American Journal of Sociology Vol. 105, No. 3 (1999): 860-862.

Book review of Sonia Alvarez, Evelina Dagnino and Arturo Escobar, eds. Cultures of Politics/Politics of Cultures: Revisioning Latin American Social Movements (Westview Press, 1998), Journal of Developing Societies, Vol. 15, No. 2 (1999): 235-236.

Book review of Nikki Craske, Women and Politics in Latin America (Polity Press, 1999), Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol. 20, No. 1 (2001): 141-142.

Book review of Lynn Stephen, Women and Social Movements in Latin America: Power from Below (University of Texas Press, 1997), Journal of Developing Societies, Vol. 18, No. 4 (2002): 370-372.

Book review of Lorraine Bayard de Volo, Mothers of Heroes and Martyrs: Gender Identity Politics in Nicaragua, 1979-1999 (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001), American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 108, No. 5 (2003): 1139-1141.

Book review of Margaret Power, Right-Wing Women in Chile: Feminine Power and the Struggle Against Allende, 1964-1973 (Penn State Press, 2002), Gender and Society, Vol. 17, No. 5 (2003): 791-792.

"New Readings of Feminisms in Neoliberal Latin America," review essay of four Spanish-language publications, International Feminist Journal of Politics, Vol. 6, No. 3 (2004): 535-543 (with Nathalie Lebon).

Book review of Mala Htun, Sex and the State: Abortion, Divorce, and the Family Under Latin American Dictatorships and Democracies (Cambridge University Press, 2003), Gender and Society, Vol. 19, No. 2 (2005): 288-289.

Book review of Jane S. Jaquette and Gale Summerfield, eds. Women and Gender Equity in Development Theory and Practice (Duke University Press, 2006), Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol. 39, No. 2 (2007): 421-422.

Book review of Caren Grown, Elissa Braunstein and Anju Malhotra, eds. Trading Women's Health and Rights? Trade Liberalization and Reproductive Health in Developing Economies (Zed Books, 2006), Studies in Family Planning Vol. 39, No. 2 (2008): 3-5.

Book review of Steven Striffler and Carlos de la Torre, eds. The Ecuador Reader (Duke University Press, 2008), Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol. 44, No. 3 (2012): 592-593.

Book review of Robert Andolina, Nina Laurie, and Sarah A. Radcliffe, Indigenous Development in the Andes: Culture, Power, and Transnationalism (Duke University Press, 2009), Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol. 44., No. 3 (2012): 592-593.

Editorials

"Latin America's Left Turn: What's In It for Women?" Al Jazeera, March 27, 2013.  [Link]

Newsletters

"Engendering Neoliberal Reform," pp. 12-13 in Planner's Network newsletter, No. 130, July/August, 1998. Reprinted as "Making Political Reform Work for Women: Feminist Planners Push for Equity in South America's New Municipalities," Urban Ecology, No. 3/4: 27-28.

"Unequal Opportunity for All?" Poverty and Homelessness in Cincinnati, Greater Cincinnati Coalition for the Homeless, in press.

Other Publications

"Engendering International Trade: Concepts, Policy, Action," Working Paper Series No. 5, Gender, Science and Development (GSD) Programme of the International Federation of Institutes for Advanced Study (IFIAS, Canada) and UNIFEM, 1995 (co-authored with Lourdes Beneria).

"Gender and Urban Social Movements: Women&39;s Community Responses to Restructuring and Urban Poverty," UNRISD Occasional Paper No. 76, 1996 (with Martha Farmelo).

Invited Presentations

Amy Lind (04/17/2014). "Navigating the Left Turn: Sexual Politics and the Citizen Revolution in Ecuador". University of Kentucky

Amy Lind (03/21/2014). "Navigating the Left Turn: Sexual Politics and the Citizen Revolution in Ecuador". University of Pittsburgh

Amy Lind (03/12/2014). "The Global Cost of Homophobia" panel. World Bank, Washington, D.C..

Amy Lind (12/10/2013). "Gender, Neoliberalism and Postneoliberalism in Latin America: Resignifying Nation, Economy and Family in Ecuador". University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland.

Amy Lind (11/20/2013). "Towards la familia diversa: Resignifying the Family in Postneoliberal Ecuador". University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.

Amy Lind (11/14/2013). "Towards la familia diversa: Resignifying the Family in Postneoliberal Ecuador". Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland.

Amy Lind (11/12/2013). "Gender, Neoliberalism and Postneoliberalism: Lessons from Latin America". University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland.

Amy Lind (10/30/2013). "US Immigration, Border Militarization, and Gendered Violence at the US-Mexico Border". University of Fribourg, Fribourg, Switzerland.

Amy Lind (04/23/2013). "Resignifying Development in Ecuador: Sexual/Gender Politics, Plurinationalism, Post-neoliberal Futures". Feminist Perspectives, Insights and Criticisms of Development lecture series, University of Vienna, Austria.

Amy Lind (03/15/2013). The Gendered Paradoxes of Women's Organizing and Empowerment. Women's Public Service Project Latin America, Scripps College, Claremont, CA.

Amy Lind (03/04/2013). “The State of/in Movements: Decolonial Justice and Sexual Politics in Ecuador’s Citizen Revolution". Frontiers/Fronteras/Fronteiras of Latino/a and Latin American Sexualities Studies symposium, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Amy Lind (11/09/2012). “Resignifying Democracy in Ecuador: Sexual/Gender Politics, Plurinationalism and Post-Neoliberal Futures" . Latin American and Latino Studies Research Colloquium Series, University of California at Santa Cruz

Amy Lind (10/15/2012). “Women’s Rights Movements and the Shift to the Left in Latin America". Social Science Research Council, New York City, NY.

Amy Lind (06/29/2012). “Querying Gender, Development and Globalization Frameworks in the 21st Century: A Tribute to Lourdes Benería". Keynote address at an invited symposium honoring the work and contributions of Lourdes Benería, Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.

Amy Lind (05/08/2012). Identity and Embodiment. Office of the Provost, Life of the Mind Series, University of Cincinnati.

Amy Lind (03/30/2012). Sexuality, LGBT Rights, and Development: Perspectives and Debates. United States Agency for International Development, Washington, D.C..

Amy Lind (03/29/2012). Gender and Human Rights in Latin America: Reflections on Ecuador. Latin American Studies Program, George Mason University.

Amy Lind (03/21/2012). Feminism, Sexual Politics, and the New Left in Ecuador: From Neoliberalism to the Buen Vivir. Keynote presentation in the 2012 Alvarez Lecture Series, "The Left and Democracy in Latin America", Trinity University.

Amy Lind (03/15/2012). Las nuevas izquierdas y los feminismos: Reflecciones sobre la Revolución Ciudadana en el Ecuador, del neoliberalismo al buen vivir. Universidad de Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica.

Amy Lind (10/18/2011). Engendering Violence in De/Hyper-nationalized Spaces: Border Militarization, National Security, and Embodied Politics at the U.S.-Mexico Border . Presented at the conference, “Crossing Borders in North America: Mobilities, Governmentalities and Identities", Universidad de las Américas, Puebla, México.

Amy Lind (12/05/2010). “Querying/Queering Development: (Post)Neoliberalism, Globalization and the Governance of Intimacy”. Symposium on “LGBTQ Rights and International Public Health: Challenges and Opportunities on the Global Stage”, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York, NY.

Amy Lind (10/06/2010). “Development, Sexual Rights and Global Governance”. Department of Women’s Studies, York University, Toronto, Canada.

Amy Lind (10/05/2010). “Feminism and LGBT Rights Activism in Neoliberal and ‘Post-neoliberal’ Times: Reflections from Ecuador,”. Presented at the seminar, "Dialogues Between Women’s and LGBT Rights” , Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.

Amy Lind (09/18/2009). “Sexual Rights and Post-Neoliberal Development: Reflections on Venezuela and Ecuador”. Presented at the seminar, “Untying Development’s Straightjacket: Masculinities, Sexualities, and Social Change,” Institute of Development Studies, Cape Town, South Africa.

Amy Lind (09/07/2009). “Families/Values: Development, Sexual Rights and the ‘New Left’ in Venezuela and Ecuador”. Presented at the seminar, “Mujeres y gobiernos progresistas”, FLACSO-Ecuador.

Amy Lind (05/29/2009). “Mainstreaming Heteronormativity? Rethinking Gender and Development”. Institute of Social Studies/Ministry of Foreign Relations, The Hague, Netherlands.

Amy Lind (03/25/2009). “Ciudadanía sexual, desarrollo y gobernanza de la intimidad: reflexiones sobre Ecuador y Venezuela” . Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia.

Amy Lind (06/03/2008). “Ciudadanía sexual y la gobernanza de la intimidad en tiempos neoliberales y post-neoliberales”. Presented at the international seminar, “Cuerpos y fronteras,” FLACSO-Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador.

Amy Lind (04/03/2008). “Governing Intimacy, Securing Women’s Rights: Challenges to Heteronormativity in the Global Development Industry”. Presented at the “Sexuality in the Global Development Industry”, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK.

Amy Lind (10/29/2007). “Los feminismos transnacionales en un contexto norteaméricano: Oportunidades, desafíos, nudos” (“Transnational Feminisms in the North American Context: Opportunities, Challenges, Tensions”). Presented on the panel, “La construcción de las (nuevas) agendas de género en América Latina: Aportes desde la investigación y las políticas” at the 50th anniversary conference of the regionwide Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences, FLACSO-Ecuador.

Amy Lind (06/05/2007). “Framing/Situating Identities in North America: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, (Trans)national Sites of Struggle”. Summer Institute in Women’s Human Rights, Citizenships and Identities in a North American Context, Universidad de las Américas, Puebla, Mexico.

Amy Lind (04/10/2007). “Querying Development: Sexual Rights and Resistance to Global Power”. Presented at the seminar, “Querying Development,” University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

Amy Lind (04/02/2007). “Querying Globalization: Sexual Subjectivities, Development and the Governance of Intimacy”. Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.

Amy Lind (03/02/2006). “Women’s Movements and Neoliberal State Restructuring in Ecuador”. Gender Studies Program, Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO Sede-Ecuador) and the Fulbright Commission-Ecuador, Ecuador.

Amy Lind (07/22/2004). “Does Institutionalization Matter? Reflections on the Women’s Movement in Ecuador in the 1990s”. FLACSO Sede-Ecuador and the National Women’s Council (CONAMU), Quito, Ecuador.

Amy Lind (11/06/2003). “Neoliberal Paradoxes: Cultural Struggles Over Gender and Development in the Andes”. Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

Amy Lind (09/11/2002). “Queering Development: Institutionalized Heterosexuality in Development Theory, Practice and Politics” . Presented at Brown Bag Series, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

Amy Lind (09/11/2002). “Queering 9/11: Sexuality, LGBT Communities and Globalization”. Presented at the Out to Lunch Lecture Series, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.

Amy Lind (07/04/2002). “Indigenous, Class and Gender Conflict in the Andes”. Latin American Symposium on Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Institute for International Mediation and Conflict Resolution (IIMCR), Monterrey, Mexico .

Amy Lind (09/05/2001). “Making Feminist Sense of Globalization: Lessons from the Andes (Bolivia and Ecuador)”. Presented at the conference, “Feminist Crossovers and Transnational Alliances: Encuentros y desencuentros (Encounters and Missed Opportunities) in Feminist Thought and Practice”, Coolidge Room, Marriot Park Hotel , Washington, D.C..

Amy Lind (05-2001). “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Movements in Latin America: Identity, Power and Politics,”. Presented at the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM), Tempe, Arizona.

Amy Lind (09/25/2000). “Gendered Expressions of Development: Women’s Organizations and the Transnational Circulation of Development Knowledge in Bolivia”. Presentation at the seminar, “Gender, Development and Postcolonial Theory,” University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland.

Amy Lind (03/14/2000). “Gender and Neoliberal States: Feminists Remake the Nation in Ecuador”. Presentation at the conference, “Gender Policies in Latin America,” North-South Center, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL.

Amy Lind (11/20/1998). “Remaking the Nation: Neoliberalism and Feminist Cultural Politics in Ecuador”. Presentation at the conference, “Space, Place and Nation: Reconstructing Neoliberalism in the Americas,” University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Amherst, MA.

Amy Lind (04/18/1998). “Imagining a Post-Development Era?: The Gendered Contradictions of Latin American Modernities”. Presentation at the conference, “Beyond Post-Developmentalism?: A Search for Alternatives,” Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA.

Amy Lind (03-1997). "Gender and the Cultural Politics of Development: Neighborhood Women's Organizations in Ecuador". Department of Sociology, Brown University, Providence, RI.

Amy Lind (11-1996). "Gender and the Cultural Politics of Development: Neighborhood Women's Organizations in Ecuador". Latin American Studies Program, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Amherst, MA.

Amy Lind (04-1996). "Women's Political Practices, Power and Development in Ecuador". Presented at the conference "Feminism(s) in Latin America and the Caribbean: Prospects and Challenges on the Eve of the 21st Century," University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA.

Amy Lind (04-1996). "Engendering Social Policies and Structural Adjustment in Ecuador and Bolivia". Kellogg Institute, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Amy Lind (04-1996). "Rethinking Gender and Development Frameworks". Dept. of Economics and Latin American Concerns Committee, Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois.

Amy Lind (03-1996). "Gender, Postmodernism and Development". Gender Studies Program, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana.

Amy Lind (04-1994). "Neighborhood Women's Organizations, Citizenship and Political Autonomy in Latin America". Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York.

Amy Lind (03-1994). "Contested Terrains of Development: Power, Visibility and Women's Political Practices in Ecuador". Presented at the conference "The Politics of Inequality" Columbia University, New York, New York.

Amy Lind (05-1993). "Planning, Power and Local Development in Quito". FLACSO-Sede Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador.

Amy Lind (04-1993). "Women and Crisis: Survival Strategies at the Household Level". Universidad Sam Francisco de Quito, Quito, Ecuador.

Amy Lind “Remaking Development and the Nation: Mapping Feminist Responses to Neoliberal Politics in Ecuador”. Presented at the conference, “Rethinking Feminisms in the Americas,” Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Paper Presentations

Amy Lind. "'Out' in IR: Why Queer Visibility Matters". International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada. 03/26/2014.

Amy Lind. "Towards la familia diversa: Resignifying the Family in Postneoliberal Ecuador". Queering Paradigms V International Conference, Quito, Ecuador. 02/21/2014.

Amy Lind. "How States Govern Identity: Resignifying Gender, Race, Ethnicity and Sexuality in Ecuador’s Citizen Revolution" . Paper presented at the XXXI International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Washington, D.C.. 06/01/2013.

Amy Lind. “Navigating the Left Turn: Queer Politics and the Citizen Revolution in Ecuador". Paper presented at the (Im)possibly Queer International Feminisms conference, organized by the International Feminist Journal of Politics, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK. 05/19/2013.

Amy Lind. "Resignifying Development in Ecuador: Sexual/Gender Politics, Plurinationalism, Post-neoliberal Futures". Paper presented at the (Im)possibly Queer International Feminisms conference, organized by the International Feminist Journal of Politics, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK. 05/19/2013.

Amy Lind & Cricket Keating. “Resignifying Democracy in Ecuador: Sexual/Gender Politics, Plurinationalism and Post-Neoliberal Futures". National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) annual conference, Oakland, CA. 11/10/2012.

Amy Lind. “Queering/Querying Development: From Neoliberalism to the Buen Vivir in Ecuador" . Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) annual conference, Cincinnati, OH. 11/02/2012.

Amy Lind & Cricket Keating. “Hacia la justicia decolonial: Resignificando normas de familia, nación y economía en la Revolución Ciudadana” . Coloquio Internacional Queer Interdisciplinario: Pensando lo queer desde y en América Latina, FLACSO, Quito, Ecuador. 10/26/2012.

Amy Lind. "Querying 21st Century Socialism in Latin America" . Love, Sex and Development: Querying/Queering Gender and Development Frameworks panel, International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) conference, Barcelona, Spain. 06/27/2012.

Amy Lind. Does the Pink Tide Matter? Assessing Women's and Sexual Rights in Neoliberal and Postneoliberal Ecuador. Presentation on the panel, "What's New About the Pink Tide? Feminism, Sexual Politics, and the Left," Latin American Studies Association, San Francisco, CA. 05/25/2012.

Amy Lind & Cricket Keating. Resignification, Decolonization and Sexual Politics in Post/Neoliberal Ecuador. Presentation at the LASA pre-conference, "Latin American Feminist and LGBTQ Movements: Dialogues Across Borders and Boundaries", San Francisco, CA. 05/23/2012.

Amy Lind. Gender and Its Colonial Entanglements. Presentation on the panel, "The Coloniality of Gender and the Work of Maria Lugones," International Studies Association, San Diego, CA. 04/04/2012.

Amy Lind. Engendering Violence in De/Hyper-nationalized Spaces: Border Militarization, National Security, and Embodied Politics at the U.S.-Mexico Border. International Studies Association, San Francisco, CA. 04/02/2012.

Amy Lind. "Sex, Sustainability Politics, and Neoliberalism". Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Women's Studies Association, Atlanta, Georgia. 11/11/2011.

Amy Lind. "Imagining Global Crisis Otherwise: The Gender and Sexual Politics of Contemporary Neoliberal Restructuring". Presentation at the Global Studies Association annual meeting, Chicago, IL. 05/22/2011.

Amy Lind . “Querying Globalization: Sexual Subjectivities, Development and the Governance of Intimacy”. Presentation on the roundtable, “The Biopolitics of Global Restructuring,” National Women’s Studies Association annual conference, Denver, Colorado. 11/11/2010.

Amy Lind. “Gendered Paradoxes Revisited: Ecuadorian Neoliberalisms, Sexual Politics, Post-neoliberal Futures”. Paper presented at the invited special session of the Ecuadorian Studies section, “Gender, Race and Sexuality in Ecuador,” XXIX international congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Toronto, Canada. 10/06/2010.

Amy Lind. “Interrogating Sexual Rights”. Presentation on the roundtable, “Feminists Interrogating Rights: Are There Alternative Horizons for Feminist Politics?,” XXIX international congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Toronto, Canada. 10/06/2010.

Amy Lind. “Theorizing Transnational Sexual Politics in a Global Era,”. Paper presented on the panel, “Gendering Globalization, Transnationalization and Transnationalisms,” at the SGIR 7th Pan-European International Relations Conference, Stockholm, Sweden. 09/09/2010.

Amy Lind. “Feminist Research, Pedagogy and Activism after 9/11”. Presentation at the National Women’s Studies Association annual meeting, Atlanta, GA. 11/12/2009.

Amy Lind. “Families/Values: Political Discourses of Sexual Rights in Chávez’s Venezuela and Correa’s Ecuador". Paper presented at the XXVIII international congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 06/11/2009.

Amy Lind. “Becoming a Sexual Citizen: Constitutional Reform and Sexual Politics in Post-Neoliberal Ecuador” . Paper presented at the International Studies Association annual meeting, Cincinnati, OH. 02/15/2009.

Amy Lind. “Becoming a Sexual Citizen: Constitutional Reform and Sexual Politics in Post-Neoliberal Ecuador”. National Women’s Studies Association annual meeting, Cincinnati, OH. 06/19/2008.

Amy Lind. “Querying Globalization: Sexual Subjectivities, Development, and the Governance of Intimacy” . Paper presented at the International Studies Association annual meeting, San Francisco, California. 03/26/2008.

Amy Lind. “Beyond Borders? Transnational Feminist (Im)mobilities in the Américas” . Paper presented at the first international conference of the Regionalism, Social Development and Borders Network (REDESFRO), “Regionalismos, desarrollo social y fronteras: conexiones y disyuntivas,” Universidad de las Américas-Puebla/Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla, Puebla, Mexico. 02/20/2008.

Amy Lind. “Global Poverty, Moral Investments: Producing Sexual Normativities in Development Thought and Practice”. Paper presented at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning annual meetings, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 10/19/2007.

Amy Lind. “Becoming A Sexual Citizen: Constitutional Reform and Sexual Politics in Post-Neoliberal Ecuador”. Paper presented at the XXVI international congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Montreal, Canada,. 10/03/2007.

Amy Lind. “Querying/Queering Development”. Paper presented at the conference, “Dis/Organized Pleasures: Changing Bodies, Rights, and Cultures,” International Association for the Study of Sexuality and Culture, Lima, Peru. 06/27/2007.

Amy Lind. “Querying Globalization: Sexual Subjectivities, Development and the Governance of Intimacy” . Paper presented at the annual meetings of the International Studies Association, Chicago, Illinois. 03/03/2007.

Amy Lind. "Querying/Queering Development Sex". Rethinking Marxism conference, Amherst, Massachusetts. 10/26/2006.

Amy Lind. “Querying/Queering Development Sex”. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the National Women’s Studies Association, Oakland, California. 06/15/2006.

Amy Lind. “Does Institutionalization Matter? Gender Policies and Feminist Politics in Ecuador, 1990-2005”. Paper presented at the XXV International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico. 03/15/2006.

Amy Lind. “Emancipatory Paradoxes: Gender Equity and Multicultural Policy Struggles in Neoliberal Ecuador”. Paper presented at the XXIV International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Las Vegas, Nevada. 10/07/2004.

Amy Lind. “Globalization, National Identity and Struggles for Citizenship in Ecuador during the 1990s”. Presentation at the II International Conference of Ecuadorian Studies, FLACSO-Sede Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador. 06/24/2004.

Amy Lind. “Queering Development: Institutionalized Heterosexuality in Development Theory, Practice and Policy in Latin America”. Paper presented at the conference, “Gender Bound: Representations of Difference in Environmental Design,” College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ. 03/06/2003.

Amy Lind. “Gender and National Identities: The Cultural Politics of Neoliberalism in Ecuador, 1980-2002”. Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies Golden Anniversary Conference, Tempe, Arizona. 02/19/2003.

Amy Lind. “Engendering Andean Politics: Women’s Organizations, Neoliberal Reform, Political Change”. Paper presented at the XXIII International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Washington, D.C.. 09/06/2001.

Amy Lind. “Negotiating the Transnational: Constructions of Poverty and Identity Among Women’s NGOs in Bolivia” . Paper presented at the XXII International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Miami, FL. 03-2000.

Amy Lind. "The Gendered Politics of Neoliberal Reform in Ecuador”. Paper presented at the XXI International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Chicago, Illinois. 10-1998.

Amy Lind. “Consuming Development: Rethinking Women’s Political Practices in Ecuador”. Paper presented at the conference, Politics and Languages of Contemporary Marxism, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Amherst, Massachusetts. 12/05/1997.

Amy Lind. “Negotiating Boundaries: Women's Organizations and the Politics of Restructuring in Ecuador" . Paper presented at the XX International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Guadalajara, Mexico. 04-1997.

Amy Lind. “Negotiating Boundaries: Women's Organizations and the Politics of Restructuring in Ecuador" . Presented at the 38th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), Toronto, Canada. 03-1997.

Amy Lind. "Engendering Structural Adjustment and Social Policies in Ecuador". Paper presented at the XIX International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Washington D. C. 09-1995.

Amy Lind. "Confronting Development: Women's Responses to National and Global Restructuring". XVII International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Los Angeles, California. 09-1992.

Amy Lind. "Power, Gender and Development: Popular Women's Organizations and the Politics of Needs" . XVI International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Washington D. C.. 04-1991.

Events Organized

Prof. Meeting. "Author Meets Critics: Erynn Massi de Casanova's Making Up the Difference: Women, Beauty, and Direct Selling in Ecuador" (11/11/2011), Panel at the National Women's Studies Association annual meeting, Atlanta, Georgia (organizer and presenter).

Prof. Meeting. “Theorizing Transnational Sexual Politics,” roundtable, National Women’s Studies Association annual meeting (organizer and presenter) (11/11/2010 to 11/14/2010), Denver, Colorado.

Prof. Meeting. “Feminisms in the Américas: Alternative Genealogies of Rights and Resistance”. Panel held at the XXVII international congress of the Latin American Studies Association, (panel co-organizer) (06/11/2009 to 06/14/2009), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Prof. Meeting. “New Political Orders, New Subjects of Feminism?” Latin American Studies Association Gender and Feminist Studies section pre-conference (conference co-organizer) (06/10/2009), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil .

Prof. Meeting. “Governing Sexuality: The Transnational Politics of Intimate Life.” Panel held at the International Studies Association annual meetings, (panel co-organizer) (02/15/2009 to 02/18/2009), New York City.

Prof. Meeting. “Sexual Politics and Global Hegemonies: Negotiating Heteronormativities in Trans/national Perspective”. Panel held at the National Women’s Studies Association annual conference, (panel organizer and moderator). (06/19/2008 to 06/22/2008), Cincinnati, OH.

Prof. Meeting. “Feminisms in the Americas after the Washington Consensus.” Panel held at the XXVI annual meetings of the Latin American Studies Association (panel co-organizer) (10/03/2007 to 10/07/2007), Montreal, Canada.

Prof. Meeting. “Love, Sex and the World Bank: Queering Globalization and Development.” Panel held at the annual meetings of the National Women’s Studies Association (panel organizer) (06/15/2006 to 06/18/2006), Oakland, California.

Prof. Meeting. “Reimagining Gender and Development in the Americas”. Panel held at the XXIII International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (panel organizer) (10/06/2001 to 10/09/2001), Washington, D.C..

Conference. “Differences in Women’s Studies: Sexuality, Race and Transnationality”. Workshop held at the conference, “The Future of Women’s Studies,” University of Arizona (co-organizer) (10/20/2000 to 10/21/2000), Tucson, Arizona .

Prof. Meeting. “Gender Dimensions of Planning in Developing Areas,” Panel held at the Association for Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) conference (panel moderator and discussant) (11-1997), Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Prof. Meeting. "State Policy, Non-Governmental Organizations and Popular Sectors in Latin America." Panel held at the XVIII International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) (03-1994), Atlanta, Georgia.

Prof. Meeting. What's New About the Pink Tide? Feminism, Sexual Politics and the Left (05/25/2012), Latin American Studies Association, San Francisco, CA (co-organizer with Christina Ewig).

Conference. “Love, Sex and Globalization: Querying/Queering Gender and Development Frameworks," panel at the International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) conference (06/27/2012 to 06/29/2012), Barcelona, Spain (co-organized with Andrea Cornwall).

Honors & Awards

Outstanding Faculty Award, UC LGBTQ Center, 06-2012.

Post Graduate Training & Education

1996, Visiting Faculty Fellow, Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame, .

1996-1997, Visiting Assistant Professor & Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow, University of Massachusetts-Amherst and Brown University, Amherst, MA.

Other Experience and Professional Memberships

2014-2015, Awards/Nominations Chair and Executive Council Member International Studies Association.

2014-2014, Love and Labor Track Proposal Reviewer.

2013-to Present, Editorial Board Member.

2013-2014, Conference Advisory Committee Queering Paradigms V.

2007-2009, Co-Chair, Gender and Feminist Studies Section Latin American Studies Association.

2005-2006, Feminist Studies Track Co-Chair Latin American Studies Association.

2004-2006, Appointed Member, President's Human Rights Committee Latin American Studies Association.

2002-2002, Sexuality Studies Conference Track Reviewer National Women's Studies Association.

2000-2001, Gender and Sexuality Studies Track Chair Latin American Studies Association.

2000-2003, Elected Member, Gay and Lesbian Studies Section Advisory Council Latin American Studies Association.

1998-2000, Elected Member, Gender and Feminist Studies Section Latin American Studies Association.

1997-1997, Gender and Diversity Track Reviewer Association for Collegiate Schools of Planning.

Courses Taught

WGS 700, Introduction to Graduate Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies.

WGS 735, Feminist Theory: Race, Class, Sexuality, Nation.

WGS 589, Transnational Feminisms.

WGS 496/696, Gender and Development (also taught as Sexualities and Development).

WGS 580, Feminist Methods & Methodologies.

WGS 480/480H, Contemporary Feminist Theory.

WGS 443/643, Global Sexualities.

WGS 701, 702, 703, WGSS Proseminar I, II, III.

WGS 5000/8000, Feminist Research & Methods.

WGS 7014, Feminist Theory: Contemporary Issues.