Julie Webber (-Collins) is professor of Politics and Government and core faculty in Women and Gender Studies. Her main area is political theory (feminist theory, LGBTQI, modern, contemporary and American political theory. Her work ranges from school violence to comedy theory and satire in American Politics. She is currently working on a book about youth politics.
337.001Gay & Lesbian Politics & Theory
338.001Gender & Political Theory
499.005Independent Research For The Master's Thesis
461.001Seminar In Political Thought
225.001Women In Politics
Theory POL 261: Classical Political Theory POL 262: Modern Political Theory POL 265: American Political Thought POL 461: Seminar in Political Theory POL 361: Topics in Political Theory (Theories of the Subject) POL 339: Playground to Politics (Comedy and Satire in American Politics) Feminist Theory, Gender and Sexuality POL 225: Women and Politics WGS 391: Going Global: Overcoming Violence Against Women & the Girl-child POL 338: Gender and Political Theory POL 337: Gay and Lesbian Politics and Theory
Political tragedy and violence; Youth Politics Political comedy & Media; Globalization & IR Theory Feminist Theory & Women and Politics: American Political Theory & Pragmatism (Intellectual history of) LGBTQI Rights, Policy, Theory; Gender and Policy