Sam Kendrick

Primary office:
327 Blake Hall


Sam Kendrick is a Ph.D. student in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Kansas. Her research takes a cultural studies approach and focuses on the function of sex in interpersonal relationships. Her areas of interest include pop culture, performativity, and citizenship. ​

Fall 2018: Sam is assisting Dr. Muehlenhard in teaching WGSS 468 "Psychology of Women" and Sam is also teaching WGSS 101 "Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Introduction" online.

Dr. Janet Sharistanian

Dr. Janet Sharistanian, founding director of KU Women’s Studies, passed away on Wed., Feb. 6, 2019. More information »

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