Anna Julia Cooper Post-Doctoral Fellow (2009-10)
Assistant Professor (as of fall 2010)
Keisha Lindsay is an assistant professor in the departments of Gender and Women’s Studies and Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her research and teaching interests include black feminist theory, black masculinities, and the gendered politics of black popular culture. Professor Lindsay is completing a book manuscript, Separate Schools for Black Boys?: Interrogating the Political Perils and Possibilities of Intersectional Experience. She is the author of “God, Gays, and Progressive Politics: Reconceptualizing Intersectionality as a Normatively Malleable Analytical Framework” (Perspectives on Politics, June 2013).
Gender & Women's Studies Courses:
GWS/AFROAM 323: Gender, Race and Class: Women in U.S. History
GWS/AFROAM 423: Black Feminisms
GWS 441: Contemporary Feminist Theories
Review of Carol Hardy-Fanta’s (ed.) Intersectionality and Politics (Haworth Press, 2006) and Dara Z. Strolovitch’s Affirmative Advocacy (University of Chicago Press, 2007) International Feminist Journal of Politics 11:4, 2009.
“Bob Marley and the Politics of Subversion” (with Louis Lindsay) in Bob Marley: The Man & His Music. Eleanor Wint (ed.), Kingston, Jamaica: Arawak Publications, 2005.
“Is the Caribbean Male an Endangered Species?” in Gendered Realities: Essays in Feminist Thought. Patricia Mohammed (ed.), Mona, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press, 2003.