Melinda Plastas

Melinda A. Plastas


Gender and Sexuality Studies

Visiting Associate Professor

Pettengill Hall, Room 213

Melinda Plastas is a visiting associate professor in the Women and Gender Studies Program. Her research and teaching interests include the politics of race and gender in U.S. women’s social movements. She is currently completing a book about the interracial women’s peace movement in the U.S. after World War I. Her other research investigates how gender and race inform the transnational politics of the tobacco industry from 1950 to the present.