anupama jain: Part-time Instructor | Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
University of Pittsburgh

anupama jain: Part-time Instructor

Visiting Scholar/Part-Time Instructor, GSWS
Principal Consultant, Inclusant diversity & inclusion consulting company
Office: 401 Cathedral of Learning

PhD, Literary & Cultural Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
MA, English, UW-Madison
BA, English/Psychology, Bryn Mawr College

Recent Courses:
GSWS 0500:  Introduction to Feminist Theory
GSWS 0001:  Women & Leadership

Holding a PhD in English from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, anu jain is a part-time instructor and member of the GSWS Steering Committee. For GSWS, she teaches “Introduction to Feminist Theory” and “Women & Leadership” (part of the Living Learning Community program for first-year students at Pitt). Her list of publications includes the monograph How to Be South Asian in America: Narratives of Ambivalence and Belonging (Temple UP, 2011). This study investigates how the American Dream has been re-shaped by Asian immigration beginning in the 1960s, with specific expectations of ideal citizens based on gender, race-ethnicity, and culture. She is the founder and principal consultant of Inclusant, LLC, which offers diversity, equity, and inclusion education to varied organizations and community groups.


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