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Mairead Sullivan - Loyola Marymount University. Los Angeles, CA, US

Mairead Sullivan Mairead Sullivan

Assistant Professor of Women's and Gender Studies | Loyola Marymount University

Los Angeles, CA, UNITED STATES

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

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Mairead Sullivan is Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at Loyola Marymount University. Professor Sullivan’s research and teaching interests include feminist and queer theory, feminist methodologies, critical health studies, and identity based health politics. Dr. Sullivan spent a number of years working in women’s and LGBT public health before pursuing doctoral work. Sullivan holds an M.S.W. in Research Social Work
9emphasis in public health) from Boston University and a Ph.D. in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Emory University. In addition to being widely published in the field of LGBT public health, Sullivan is the author most recently of “Kill Daddy: Reproduction, Futurity, and the Survival of the Radical Feminist” in Women’s Studies Quarterly and “A Crisis Emerges: Lesbian Breast Cancer in the Wake of HIV/AIDS” in The Journal of Lesbian Studies. Sullivan is currently finishing a book on the anxieties that surround lesbian extinction, tentatively titled Lesbian Death: Danger and Desire between Feminist and Queer. Sullivan's next project is a cultural study of the herpes virus.

Education (3)

Emory University: Ph.D., Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Boston University: M.S.W. 2007

College of the Holy Cross: B.A. 2003

Courses (5)

WGST 1000: Introduction to Gender Studies

WGST 1000: Introduction to Gender Studies

FYS 1000: Sex, Science, and Society

FYS 1000: Sex, Science, and Society

WGST 2200: Women's Health, Bodies, and Sexualities

WGST 2200: Women's Health, Bodies, and Sexualities

WGST 3100: Feminist Research Methods

WGST 3100: Feminist Research Methods

WGST 4001: Queer Theory

WGST 4001: Queer Theory

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