Professor Emeritus of Cultures, Societies and Global Studies
A social scientist and gender specialist Chandler’s research in international development is focused on 21st century higher education, gender equality, post and neo-colonial studies, arts and culture, and race and cultural competency in nations undergoing rapid social, political, and economic change. Her expertise is in designing civil society research projects that align available expertise, evidence-based research, and participant-centered methodologies for achieving project goals and are all based in a vision of service to humanity and community engagement.
- Women, War, and Violence: Personal Perspectives and Global Activism. Palgrave Macmillan, 2010 , 2011
- 4th Annual International Conference on Sociology, Mini-conference on Violence against Women, May 10-13, Athens, Greece. Paper, “Gender-based Violence-Crisis and Opportunity”, 2010
- “Artisans and the Marketing of Ethnicity: Globalization, Indigenous Identity, and Nobility Principles in Micro-Enterprise Development”, Ethnic Studies Review, Vol. 31, No.1. July, 2008
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