Kimberly Brodkin

Director of Gender Studies Symposium, Director of Ray Warren Symposium on Race and Ethnic Studies, Associate Professor with Term of Humanities

Miller Center 418, MSC: 83

Kimberly Brodkin has been teaching at Lewis & Clark College since Fall 2002, offering courses in Exploration and Discovery, the first-year core curriculum; the Gender Studies program; the Ethnic Studies program; and the History department.

In addition, she serves as faculty director of the annual Gender Studies Symposium and the Ray Warren Symposium on Race and Ethnic Studies.

Academic Credentials

  • BA History University of Pennsylvania
  • PhD US and Women’s History Rutgers University

Teaching

  • CORE 106: Exploration and Discovery I
  • CORE 107: Exploration and Discovery II (Family Matters)
  • ETHS 400: Ethnic Studies Colloquium
  • GEND 200: Gender and Sexualities in U.S. Society
  • GEND 440: Feminist Theory

Research

Kim’s research examines gender and politics in the 20th-century United States.

Location: Miller Hall