Danielle Roth-Johnson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor-in-Residence, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Biography

Assistant Professor-in-Residence in Gender and Sexuality Studies in the Interdisciplinary Studies Program, Danielle Roth-Johnson received her Ph.D. from Stanford University and has taught at Penn State and the University of Texas-Arlington. Her current work focuses upon analyses of the impact of public and environmental policies on women's health, narratives of girls and women with disabilities, and the activism of women in environmental justice movements around the world. Her most recent publications are “Conscience and Context: Attitudes Toward Abortion in Mexico,” (2012),  published in Social Science Quarterly and  “Back to the Future: Françoise d’Eaubonne, Ecofeminism and Ecological Crisis.”,  published in The International Journal of Literary Humanities (Volume 10, Issue 3) in 2013.