Prior to arriving at Franklin and Marshall College, Dr. Luttrell-Rowland was the Academic Program Liaison Officer at the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University. She is a comparative social policy expert, with a focus on poverty, gender, and inequality. In particular, she has published many articles on the status of girls worldwide, including "Ambivalence, Conflation and Invisibility: a Feminist Analysis of State Enactment of Children's Rights in Peru," Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society (2012).
She received the Buckley Summer Scholarship from the Harvard Kennedy School, the Postgraduate Research Award from the Society of Latin American Studies, and a Fulbright Fellowship among other grants and scholarships. Dr. Luttrell-Rowland is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post. She will be teaching courses in Women's and Gender Studies, including a class on feminist theory and "Gendered Perspectives," and she will serve on the WGS Program Committee.
B.A., Clark University
M. A. Oxford University
Ph.D. University of Bath