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Natalie Atkin

Natalie Atkinnatkin@uwindsor.ca
(519) 253-3000 ext. 3256

For me, the most meaningful research area has been how antiwar activism became a pathway to feminism in the 1960s and 1970s in the United States.

I came to Women's and Gender Studies via the History Department where I was looking to teach a more specialized course in my field. In collaboration with Dr. Forrest and Dr. Simmons, I designed Women, War and Peace.

As a Women's and Gender Studies instructor I have learned to respect the different disciplines that constitute the Women's and Gender Studies department and to integrate a multi-disciplilnary approach. I have learned to diversify my teaching style to become more student-centred. Women's and Gender Studies students have reinforced my belief that instructors need to stay updated, fresh, and creative in their course design and delivery.

Email wgst@uwindsor.ca to see what I'm teaching next or look for me teaching:

  • Women, War, and Peace