Faculty & Staff
Title: Associate Professor, Cultural Studies and Qualitative Research
Office: McGuffey 306C
Phone: (513) 529-6835
My research focuses on feminist transnational theory, educational ethics, and the intersections of race and sexuality among minoritized youth.
Weems, L. (2014). Refuting ‘Refugee Chic’: ‘Third world girlhood’ and the guerilla pedagogy of M.I.A. Feminist Formations, 25, 1, pp. xx.
Weems, L. (2013a). Difference, power and the limits of openness. Philosophy of Education, pp. TBA.
Weems, L. (2013b). Guerilla pedagogy: On the importance of surprise and responsibility in education. Philosophical Studies in Education, pp. TBA.
Weems, L. (2010). From ‘Home’ to ‘camp’: Theorizing the space of safety. Studies in Philosophy and Education, 29, 6, 557-568.
Weems, L. (2009). M.I.A. in the global youthscape: Rethinking girls’ resistance and agency in postcolonial contexts. Journal of Girlhood Studies, 2 (2), 55-75.Weems, L. (2007). To be mindful of Otherness: Toward a post-psychoanalytic problematic of ethics and education. Philosophical Studies in Education, 38, 37-50.