Faculty & Staff

Nan Alamilla Boyd

Nan Alamilla Boyd

Professor; Undergraduate Advisor

E-mail: alamilla@sfsu.edu

Office: Humanities 328

Office Hours:

Office Hours:  Spring 2020

 

Undergraduate WGS major/minor advising: WGS students seeking academic advising can attend drop-in office hours via Zoom on Thursdays 2-3 PM (through May 14, 2020). There’s a waiting room so you may have to wait a bit if I’m working with another student. Join zoom office hours here:  Join URL: https://sfsu.zoom.us/j/967725893

 

WGS 300: Gender, Race, Nation:  Office hours are Tuesdays 2-3 PM (through May 19, 2020). There’s a waiting room so you may have to wait a bit if I’m working with another student. Join zoom office hours here: Join URL: https://sfsu.zoom.us/j/220042187

 

WGS 400: Oral History and Feminist Research Methods: Office hours are Wednesdays 2-3 PM (through May 20, 2020). There’s a waiting room so you may have a wait a bit if I’m working with another student. Join zoom office hours here: Join URL: https://sfsu.zoom.us/j/325275388

 

If you have trouble with Zoom or would like to schedule an individual appointment, please email Prof. Boyd at alamilla@sfsu.edu

 

Nan Alamilla Boyd's academic interests include the history of sexuality, queer theory, historical methodology, urban tourism, and globalization. She has published numerous articles and her book, Wide Open Town: A History of Queer San Francisco to 1965 (University of California Press, 2003), charts the rise of gay and lesbian politics in San Francisco. Her current project explores the history of tourism and the commodification of race and sex in four San Francisco neighborhoods. She received a BA in History from UC Berkeley and a MA and Ph.D. from the Department of American Civilization at Brown University.

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