Senior Lecturer, Program Director of Gender/Cultural Studies
Simmons College of Arts and Sciences
Jo Trigilio received her Ph.D. in Philosophy with a concentration in Feminist Theory from the University of Oregon. Professor Trigilio has a special interest in the intersection of theory and practice. She specializes in oppression/liberation theories, including feminist and gender theories, race theories, and queer theory.
She is politically active in the queer community of Boston. Professor Trigilio has served on the board of directors for the National Women's and Gender Studies Association for six years. She is currently leading The Boston Dyke March History and Archive Project.
PHIL 131 Biomedical Ethics
PHIL 139 Environmental Ethics
PHIL 225 Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues in Information Technology
WGST 111 Introduction to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies
WGST 211 Gender and Sexuality
WGST 354 Feminist Theories
WGST 380 Gender and Queer Theory
GCS 403 Seminar in Gender/Cultural Studies
Feminist Theory, Race Theory, Queer Theory, Biomedical Ethics, American Pragmatism, Epistemology