Interdisciplinary Studies Department

Programs / American Studies: Program Faculty

Stacy Keltner

Coordinator of Gender and Womens Studies
Professor of Gender and Womens Studies

Contact Information

Office: Marietta Campus
Atrium Building (J), Room 221
Phone: 470-578-6648


Stacy Keltner is Professor in the Interdisciplinary Studies Department, where she teaches courses in Gender and Women’s Studies, American Studies, and Science, Technology, and Society. Keltner received her Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Memphis in 2002. She has published widely in social and political theory, continental philosophy, and feminist theory. She is the author of Kristeva: Thresholds (Polity Press, 2011) and the co-editor, with Kelly Oliver, of Psychoanalysis, Aesthetics, and Politics in the Work of Kristeva (SUNY Press, 2009). Keltner is currently working on two book projects with Ashley McFarland. The first is a co-authored manuscript entitled Nude Awakening, a work that examines the role and significance of nudity in politics and activism. You can check out some of their recent writing at CounterPunch and Common Dreams. The second is a co-edited collection of articles entitled Engendering Change from A to Z: A Toolbox for Agitators, a field guide for civic and community engagement that covers activists, campaigns, movements, essential concepts, strategies, and tactics for social change. Education Ph.D., University of Memphis


Ph.D., University of Memphis

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