Celeste Montoya

Featured Publications

Celeste Montoya and Lise Rolandsen Agustin.
“The Othering of Domestic Violence: The EU and Cultural Framings of Violence against Women.”
2013 Social Politics, 20(4):534-557.
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Celeste Montoya. 2013.
“From Global to Grassroots: The European Union, Transnational Advocacy, and Combating Violence against Women.”
(Oxford Studies in Gender and International Relations)
Oxford University Press
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Ortbals, Candice, Meg E. Rincker, and Celeste Montoya. 2012. “Politics Closer to Home: The Impact of Subnational Institutions on Women in Politics.” Publius, 42(1):78-107. (click title to view pdf)

Bejarano, Christina, Sylvia Manzano and Celeste Montoya. 2011 “Tracking the Latino Gender Gap: Gender Attitudes across Sex, Borders, and Generations.” Politics & Gender, 7(4):521-549. (click title to view pdf)

Montoya, Celeste. 2010. “The European Union and Transnational Advocacy: Combating Gender Violence in the Post-Communist Member States.” In Katalin Fábián (Editor), Violence Against Women in Post-Communist Europe and Eurasia: Global Forces, Local Activism, and Domestic Policy. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

 Montoya, Celeste. 2009. “International Initiative and Domestic Reforms: European Union Efforts to Combat Violence against Women.” Politics & Gender, 5(3): 325-348.
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Benjamin-Alvarado, Jonathan, Louis DeSipio, and Celeste Montoya. 2009. “Latino Mobilization in New Immigrant Destinations: The Anti-H.R. 4437 Protests in Nebraska.” Urban Affairs Review, 44(5): 718-735.
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 Montoya, Celeste. 2008. “The European Union, Capacity Building, and Transnational Networks: Combating Violence against Women through the Daphne Program.” International Organization, 62 (2): 359-372.
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Selected Awards

Provost’s Faculty Achievement Award, University of Colorado, 2013

Early Career Award, Women’s Caucus of the Midwest Political Science Association, 2013

IMPART Fellowship, University of Colorado, 2012-2013

Teagle Civic Engagement Fellow, National Women’s Studies Association, 2010-2011

CEUCE Scholar Grant, University of Colorado, 2010

CARTSS Scholar Grant, University of Colorado, 2008

Celeste Montoya-Kirk

Celeste Montoya, Associate Professor

Office: Hazel Gates Woodruff Cottage 203
Telephone: 303-492-4531
E-mail: montoyc@colorado.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Celeste Montoya received her PhD in Political Science and a Graduate Certificate in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Washington University in St. Louis. She joined the Women & Gender Studies Program at the University of Colorado Boulder in 2007.

Professor Montoya’s research primarily focuses on the ways in which women and other marginalized groups mobilize to enact change. She is interested in how these groups work within and outside of political institutions, domestically and transnationally. Her work is informed by studies of social movements, public policy, political institutions, international organization, transnational politics, and gender and race politics. Her regional areas of specialization are Europe and the United States. She has written about European and global efforts to combat violence against women, gender in international relations, gender policy and politics in Italy and other European countries, as well as Latino gender and immigration politics in the United States. Two newer projects focus on gendered mobilization in an expanded Europe and the politics of identity and inclusion in the Occupy movement.

She is author of From Global to Grassroots: The European Union, Transnational Advocacy, and Combating Violence against Women (Oxford University Press 2013). Her work has also been published in International Organization, Politics & Gender, Publius, the Social Science Journal, and Urban Affairs Review.

For more information, see Professor Montoya’s CV.

Spring 2014 Courses

WMST 3940 Practicum: Gender Justice League
WMST 4800 Senior Colloquium

Spring 2014 Office Hours

Mondays, 11:00-1:00pm – COTT 203