Lindsey Feitz

Teaching Associate Professor

  • Faculty
  • Gender and Women's Studies
  • College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

What I do

Lindsey Feitz is an Associate Teaching Professor and the Director of the Gender and Women's Studies Program at the University of Denver.

Professional Biography

In addition to teaching, Dr. Feitz regularly shares her research and insights about feminism and gender-equity outside the college classroom for a range of audiences. She is also an active member of the Board of Directors at The Gathering Place, Denver's only day-time resource center for women, children, and transgender individuals who are experiencing poverty.


  • 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


Dr. Feitz's current book project translates some of the basic tenets of feminism and U.S. Women’s history for people "outside the ivory tower" who are seeking to understand why feminism matters today. She also has a new research project, "Finding Feminism in the Middle" that examines the political values and ideologies of white, suburban women in the wake of the #Metoo movement and 2016 election.

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, (1970).
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.


  • Changing the Culture of Sexual Harassment and “The Mask You Live In.”
  • Women’s Leadership and Feminism Today"
  • Sexual Assault and the #METOO Movement. Where are we headed?”


  • 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