Graduate Student Programs
Gail Cohee holds a Ph.D. in English Literature and Women's Studies from Indiana University, Bloomington. Before becoming Director of the Sarah Doyle Women's Center in 2001, she taught courses in British literature, literature by women, and women's studies at Emporia State University in Emporia, KS, and at Skidmore College, the College of Saint Rose, and Siena College in New York. She is a former member of the Governing Council of the National Women's Studies Association (NWSA), and is a co-editor of the journal Feminist Teacher. She teaches courses at Brown through the Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women. Gail also coordinates the Sexual Assault Advocates at Brown.
Felicia earned her Ph.D. in American Studies from Brown University and has worked as an administrator at the university for the past 6 years. In Spring 2018, she will also be a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of American Studies. Her scholarly interests include Chicana/Latinx Studies, popular culture, girlhood, and women of color feminisms. In her free time she loves to bake and invent new culinary creations.
Amy is a grad coordinator at the SDWC. She holds a BS in Industrial Labor Relations from Cornell University and a MSc in Migration Studies from Oxford University. Before coming to Brown, she spent time working at National Domestic Workers Alliance in New York and later in the labor movement in Guangzhou. Amy leads the Feminist Pedagogy Series and plans self-care and mental health events at the SDWC. Most days she is trying to live life like it’s golden.
Bio coming soon!