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Patti Hanlon

Patti Hanlon (650) 723-1361
hanlon
I'm-not-a-bot
@stanford
Personal bio
Patti is a native Californian who returned after a decade-long absence during which she earned her PhD in Composition and Rhetoric, from the University of Nevada, Reno. She has taught at Truckee Meadows Community College, University of Nevada, Reno, Southern Connecticut State University, and Teachers College at Columbia University. She teaches courses focusing on education equity, gender politics, and environmental ethics. As a teacher, Patti values how students explore the power of language and become savvier rhetoricians. Her research interests center on how feminist critiques reveal the ways in which various discourses influence perceptions and expectations of womenâ??s bodies and experiences. She is currently completing an article on how popular descriptions of pregnant bodies influence womenâ??s perceptions of "fit bodies" and balanced nutrition during pregnancy. Her other research and teaching interests include service learning, visual rhetoric, and the rhetoric of education politics.

Currently teaching
AMSTUD 157X: Language as Political Tool: Feminist and LGBTQ Movements and Impacts (Autumn)
FEMGEN 104A: Junior Seminar and Practicum (Winter)
FEMGEN 104B: Senior Seminar and Practicum (Autumn)
FEMGEN 106Q: Gender and Media (Spring)
FEMGEN 157: Language as Political Tool: Feminist and LGBTQ Movements and Impacts (Autumn)
FEMGEN 195X: Research in Feminist, Gender, & Sexuality Studies (Winter)
FEMGEN 199A: Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Honors Workshop (Autumn)
FEMGEN 199B: Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Honors Workshop (Winter)
FEMGEN 199C: Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Honors Workshop (Spring)
FEMGEN 257: Language as Political Tool: Feminist and LGBTQ Movements and Impacts (Autumn)
FEMGEN 299: Graduate Workshop: Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (Winter, Spring)
RESPROG 7C: Uncovering Your Political Identity: The Political Skin You┬┐re In (Spring)
UAR 21: OXC: Gender and Leadership (Winter)
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