Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Ingrid Semaan is a committed feminist activist who has worked on campaigns against violence against women and for reproductive rights, workers’ rights, and peace and justice in the Middle East.
Ingrid received her Ph.D. in Sociology in 2006 from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Her dissertation, “Beyond Staying and Leaving: Battered Women’s Responses to Abuse,” is a qualitative study of the ways battered women respond to abuse, with an emphasis on the ways that they resist abuse.
For more information, please visit the UCONN-Stamford Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program and the Center for Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.
Semaan, Ingrid, Jana L. Jasinski, and Anne Bubriski-McKenzie. 2013. “Subjection, Subjectivity, and Agency: The Power, Meaning, and Practice of Mothering Among Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Abuse.” Violence Against Women. 19(1): 69-88.
Semaan, Ingrid. 2011. “The Fling.” Women’s Studies Quarterly. 39(3): 53-65
Bubriski, Anne and Ingrid Semaan. 2009. “Activist Learning vs. Service Learning in a Women’s Studies Classroom.” Human Architecture. 7(3): 91-98.
Stamford Campus Faculty Member of the Year, 2013-14
Outstanding Office/Department, 2012-13, awarded by The Rainbow Center
Student Group Faculty Advisor of the Year, 2010-11
Award for Excellence in Program Development presented by The Coalition of Women’s Studies in Connecticut and Rhode Island and the Women’s Studies Program at SCSU, 2008
Student Group Faculty Advisor of the Year, 2006-07