Felicity Amaya Schaeffer
|Department||Feminist Studies Department, |
Critical Race and Ethnic Studies
|Affiliations||Latin American & Latino Studies, |
Chicano Latino Research Center
|Office||334 Humanities I|
|Office Hours||Spring 2014: Wednesdays 2-4pm|
|Campus Mail Stop||Humanities Academic Services|
Transnational feminism, migration, Latin American/Latino studies, Chicana/o studies, technology and the body, sexuality
Biography, Education and Training
Ph.D. American Studies (Minor in Advanced Feminist Studies), University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
- "Flexible Technologies of Subjectivity and Mobility across the Americas," Special Issue of American Quarterly: Rewiring the 'Nation': The Place of Technology in American Studies, Fall 2006.
- "Planet-Love.com: Cyberbrides in the Americas and the Transnational Routes of U.S. Masculinity," Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, Winter 2006 (vol. 30, no.2).
- “Cyberbrides and Global Imaginaries: Mexican Women’s Turn from the National to the Foreign,” In Space and Culture: International Journal of Social Sciences 7, no. 1 (Feb 2004): 33-48.
- "Mixed Race and Third Wave Feminism," Feminist Waves, Feminist Generations, May 2007, University of Minnesota Press, eds. Jennifer Pierce, Hoku Aikau, Karla Erickson.
Courses Taught80B. Sexuality and Globalization
115. Gender, Sexuality, and Transnational Migration Across the Americas
120. Transnational Feminisms
124. Technology and Latinidad
194F. Chicana/Latina Cultural Production
211. Sexuality, Race, and Migration in the Americas