New People at CLPP

the Fight for Reproductive Freedom

Five College Mellon Fellow in Comparative Reproductive Politics

Cora Fernandez Anderson was recently selected as the Five College Fellow in Comparative Reproductive Politics, a three-year position funded by Mellon. She will teach two courses at Hampshire next year, and then will teach at Mount Holyoke and UMass. Cora’s research focuses on women’s and human rights movements in Latin America, in particular the current campaigns to decriminalize abortion in the Southern Cone. She is currently a visiting professor in Gender Studies at Mount Holyoke.

CLPP's Newest Staff Member

Kat Good-Schiff has joined CLPP as our first Communications Associate. A graduate of Hampshire College, Kat worked as an organic gardener and environmental educator before earning an MFA in writing at Goddard College. She has held communications positions with the Ecological Landscaping Association and the Williston Northampton School. Now she works on CLPP’s communications projects including printed materials, the website and emails, social media, and other new media initiatives. Kat is looking forward to working with everyone at CLPP and PopDev!

Visiting Instructor Katherine Castiello Jones

Katherine Castiello Jones is a Ph.D. candidate in the Sociology Department at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where she has also completed a graduate certificate in Advanced Feminist Studies. Her research interests include sexuality, gender, culture, and religion. She is currently completing her dissertation, which examines groups that promote premarital sexual abstinence. Her dissertation prospectus was given the Ann Ferguson Feminist Activist Award in 2010. This past spring, Katherine taught the CLPP course “Politics of the Abortion Debate” at Hampshire College. In the fall, she will be teaching at UMass.

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