- Assistant Teaching Professor
Kelly Sharron is a lecturer and academic program associate in the sociology and women, gender, and sexuality studies departments at University of Kansas. Sharron completed her PhD in gender and women’s studies at the University of Arizona in 2019. Her research broadly considers the multiple state tactics at play in police brutality including the extension of a feminist ethic of care in producing violent effects. Sharron’s work has been published in Somatechnics, TSQ: Trans Studies Quarterly, and Abolition Journal. She is currently co-editing a textbook titled Feminist Studies: Foundations, Conversations, Applications (Routledge Press).