Queer Studies Faculty Caucus 

The Queer Studies Faculty Caucus was formed in October of 2017 to bring together faculty members who engage in Queer Studies and LGBTQ+ research and teaching.  

Meet Some of the Members of the Queer Studies Faculty Caucus 

Professor of History
History, Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies

717-358-4241

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Office: STA111

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Professor of Government
Government

717-358-4185

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Office: HAR 216

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Assistant Professor of English
English

717-358-4059

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Office: KEI 310

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Associate Professor of Government, Director of Faculty Diversity Initiatives, Department Chair of Government
Government

717-358-4710

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Office: HAR230

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Associate Professor of Spanish
Spanish

717-358-4587

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Office: KEI112B

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Assistant Professor of German
German and Russian Studies

717-358-5821

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Office: KEI302

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Assistant Professor of Government
Government
Associated Staff 
Director of the Alice Drum Women's Center and LGBTQ Student Life
Alice Drum Women's Center

717-358-3956

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Office: SCC 209

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Highlighting Faculty Research in Queer Studies

Professor Susan Dicklitch-Nelson's research on human rights, specifically LGBTI human rights, led her to co-develop the F&M Global Barometer of Gay Rights (GBGR) with Berwood Yost, Director of the Center for Opinion Research at the Floyd Institute for Public Policy at Franklin & Marshall College.  

The GBGR evaluates the human rights of sexual minorities in 194 countries according to 29 variables across 6 categories and assigns each country a letter grade. As the first of its kind, the GBGR provides policymakers, academics, and human rights activists important information about the state of human rights for millions of people worldwide.

Visit the GBGR website (linked above) for more information.