Lindsey Feitz

Lindsey Dawn Feitz

Teaching Professor; Dir., Gender & Women's Studies

What I do

Director, Gender and Women's Studies Program
Teaching Professor, Gender and Women's Studies Program


gender, Women's Studies; Feminism, Gender-based violence


  • Ph.D., American Studies Department, University of Kansas, 2010
  • Certificate, University of Kansas, Department of Women and Gender Studies, 2007
  • MA, American Studies , University of Kansas, 2006
  • BA, English, Drury University, 2000
  • BA, Secondary Education, Drury University, 2000

Licensure / Accreditations

  • MO Department of Education

Professional Affiliations

  • National Women’s Studies Association

Media Sources


Critical Gender/Sexuality/Race/Ethnic Studies; Consumer Culture/Advertising History; Transnational/Global Feminisms; Feminist Qualitative Research Methods and Design

Areas of Research

Gender and Women's Studies
women's history
Advertising History
Consumer Culture
U.S. Militarism
Gender-Based Violence

Featured Publications

Feitz, Lindsey Dawn. “"What Happened To The Women In Women's Studies?: Rethinking The Role Of Women's History In Gender Studies Classes".” Social Sciences, (1969).
Nagel, Joane, and Lindsey Dawn Feitz. “Gender And The Sexual Economy Of War: Some Consequences Of Integrating Women Into The U.s. Armed Forces".” In The Handbook Of Gender And War. edited by Simona Sharoni, Linda Steiner, and Julia Welland. Edward Elgar. 2016.


  • Award: Provost’s “Faculty Champion of Change” Inclusive Excellence Award. University of Denver., Center of Multicultural Excellence
  • CME "Lavender Giraffe Award" (LGBTQI Faculty Ally Award), CME