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Anne Mitchell

Courses Taught

  • WGS 100: Women’s Lives: Race, Gender, Class
  • WGS 212: Growing Up Female in the US
  • LSP 200: Race in America: Black, White, Other
  • WGS 250: Feminist Frameworks
  • WGS 388/LGQ:  Queer Theory: An Introduction

Areas of Interest

  • Women of Color Feminisms
  • Black Women’s Studies
  • Autobiographical & Narrative Studies
  • Queer Theory & LGBT Historys
  • Civil Rights
  • Women in Sports


  • Mitchell, A. M. (Forthcoming Book Chapter, 2015). “Beyonce As Aggressive Black Femme and Knowing Subject.” Ed. Adrienne Trier-Bieniek. The Beyonce Effect.
  • Mitchell, A. M. (Article In Progress). “D-Girls and Awkward Girls: What the N.W.A. Biopic and Social Media Tell Us About the Intersection of Black Beauty Standards and Cultural Hegemony.” Humboldt Journal of Social Relations.
  • Chawansky, Megan & Anne Mitchell. (Articles in Progress).“Griner & Johnson Are Getting Married: The Intersection of Women’s Sports and Queerness.”

Manuscript in Progress

Civil Rights Subjectivities and Black Autobiography.