|Rita Cameron Wedding, PhD
Office: AMD 561C
Office Hours: On Sabbatical spring 2014
|social construction of gender, race, and class
|Sujatha Moni, PhD
Office: AMD 560B
Office Hours: T 11:15-1:15,
Tel: (916) 278-6696
|Postcolonial Studies Biography|
Office: AMD 560C
Office Hours: TR 1:30-2:30
Tel: (916) 278-6806 email@example.com
art and culture
Office: AMD 560A
Office Hours: F 10:00-11:00
Tel: (916) 278-6878
Rita Cameron Wedding is the Chair of the department of Women’s Studies and a professor of Women’s Studies and Ethnic Studies at California State University, Sacramento. In 2003 she co-edited Ethnic America: Readings in Race, Class and Gender. In 2004 she co-authored Institutions, Ideologies and Individuals: Feminist Perspectives on Gender, Race and Class. Her research and scholarship informs the numerous lectures and workshops she conducts on diversity for teachers, social workers as well as staff in business, government and non-profit agencies. In 2004 Dr. Cameron Wedding received the Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award for the College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies at CSUS. Also in 2004 as a Fulbright Scholar she participated in a six-week Diversity Seminar in South Africa. While there she lectured on the topic of diversity and was a guest on a national talk radio show in Cape Town, addressing the issue of affirmative action. Dr. Cameron Wedding also served two terms as a Governor’s appointee to the California Commission on the Status of Women.
Sujatha Moni received her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Rutgers University, New Jersey in January 2006. Her dissertation focuses on the performance of desire and alterity in postcolonial drama. Her areas of research include: drama in South Asia; postcolonial studies; performance theory; women’s and gender studies; and psychoanalysis. She serves on the Advisory Board of My Sister’s House – a Sacramento based non-profit organization providing counseling services and shelter for victims of domestic violence, particularly from the Asian and Pacific Islander communities.
Vicki Hall received a Masters in Fine Art from the University of California Los Angeles in 1971 and has been teaching in the Women’s Studies Department at California State University since1972. Prior to coming to our campus she worked with Judy Chicago at Fresno State University and taught at Stanford University as a Visiting Artist. Ms. Hall is one of the early contributors to the Feminist Performance Movement. She developed our first Feminist Theater classes and has been teaching Women in Art for more than thirty years.