Associate Professor, Feminist Studies
Grace Chang earned a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. She specializes in the Political Economy of Globalization, Human Trafficking, and Immigrant Women. She has published two books, Mothering: Ideology, Experience and Agency and Disposable Domestics: Immigrant Women Workers in the Global Economy, and is currently working on a new book titled Trafficking by Any Other Name: Immigrant and Sex Worker Rights Responses. She runs Women Of color Revolutionary Dialogues (WORD), a collective of women and queer people of color, immigrants, working-class and first-generation college students seeking to give better representations of the lives and struggles of immigrant and working-class women and queer people of color in the United States and beyond. WORD writes, directs and performs original pieces based on their lives and experiences.
EH Course: Women, Development, and Globalization