Emmanuel David, Assistant Professor
Office: Hazel Gates Woodruff Cottage 206
Emmanuel David is an assistant professor in the Women and Gender Studies Program and the Co-Director of the LGBT Studies Certificate Program. His specializations include gender, culture, and inequality, as well as microsociology and the social dimensions of disaster. He is editor (with Elaine Enarson) of the interdisciplinary anthology The Women of Katrina: How Gender, Race, and Class Matter in an American Disaster (Vanderbilt University Press, 2012). Focusing on the gendered dimensions of Hurricane Katrina, Dr. David’s research has investigated the ways in which disaster-related emergent groups, including those led by women, have provided important social and public services usually assumed by the state in non-crisis times. He has also examined how women’s post-disaster labor is linked to broader social and economic changes such as state restructuring, neo-liberal reform, and the privatization of post-disaster recovery.
His current project investigates gender and global outsourcing in the Philippines. In 2009, he began data collection as a Visiting Research Fellow at the Third World Studies Center at the University of the Philippines. He conducted subsequent fieldwork in Manila as a Fulbright Research Scholar in the fall of 2012.
Dr. David received his Ph.D. in Sociology with a Graduate Certificate in Women and Gender Studies from CU-Boulder (2009) and a Certificate of Study from the Summer Institute on Sexuality, Culture, and Society at the University of Amsterdam. Before joining the WGST Program at CU-Boulder in 2013, he was an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice at Villanova University (2010-2012).
Spring 2013 Courses
WMST 2600 Gender, Race, and Class in a Global Context
Spring 2013 Office Hours
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:00 – 2:00 pm