Head of the Department of Gender Studies and Professor of Feminist Theory
Clare has been working in the department since 1999.
Expertise: Interdisciplinarity; feminist epistemology and methodology; transnational sexuality studies; feminist theory; anarchism; Emma Goldman.
Teaching Fellow in Transnational Sexuality and Gender Studies
Jacob’s research analyses the shared terrain of feminist, trans, queer, anti-racist, and psychoanalytic theories and world building projects.
Expertise: Feminist and queer theory, transfeminism, critical race studies, sexuality and power, representation, affect, cultural production, childhood, psychoanalytic theory.
Assistant Professor in Gender and Contemporary Culture
Leticia joined LSE in September 2014. Her work interrogates the entanglement between sexuality, subjectivity and the political as processes of cultural translation, both across disciplines and transnational contexts.
Expertise: feminist and queer theory, subject formations, performativity, bodies and sexuality, citizenship and postcoloniality, psychoanalytic theory, theories of discourse, visual cultures and media
Teaching Fellow in Gender, Sexuality and Human Rights
Her research explores the intersections of sexual geography, narrative studies, feminist theory, and queer theory.
Expertise: Feminist and queer theory, queer geography, LGBT historicism and queer memory, LGBT asylum, gentrification, sensory ethnography.