Dr. Jennifer K. Lobasz
Jennifer Lobasz, PhD (University of Minnesota, 2012) joined the Department in 2011 with a joint appointment in Women and Gender Studies. Her teaching and research interests include Critical International Relations Theories, Gender and Global Governance, Religion and Politics, and Trafficking in Persons. Professor Lobasz currently serves as Program Chair and Vice President of the International Studies Association - Northeast.
“Introduction to the State of Feminist Security Studies: A Conversation.” With Laura Sjoberg. Politics & Gender 7, no. 4 (2011): 573-576.
"Beyond Border Security: Feminist Approaches to Human Trafficking." Security Studies 18, 2 (2009): 319 - 344.
"The Woman in Peril and the Ruined Woman: Representations of Female Soldiers in the Iraq War." Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 29 (2008): 305-334.
"Fixing the Meaning of 9/11: Hegemony, Coercion, and the Road to War in Iraq." With Ronald R. Krebs. Security Studies 16, 3 (2007): 409-451.