Associate Professor of Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies
My work makes analytical and empirical contributions to the feminist study of globalization and to what I call queer political economy (QPE). Combining Science & Technology Studies (STS) approaches with materialist theories, I remain invested in empirical esearch, particularly ethnographically informed depictions of life under global capitalism. This direction also involved reflection on analytical categories and frameworks, such as intimacy, infrastructure, or gender. I have conducted long-term fieldwork in Bangkok, Thailand and short-term research on other transnational spaces, like NGO conferences.
I have taught a range of undergraduate courses in Gender Studies and regularly teach Money/Sex/Power and Nature/Nurture-Sex/Gender. At the graduate level, I have taught seminars on transnational feminist theory; research design; infrastructure; sexuality; and political economic approaches.
Wilson, A. "Queering Asia." Intersections 14 (2006).
Wilson, A. "Global Politics and the Feminist Question." ebr (electronic book review) (2006).
Wilson, A. "Intra-Asian Circuits and the Problem of Global Queer." Conference Archives of the Sexualities, Genders & Rights in Asia 1st International Conference of Asian Queer Studies (2005).
Wilson, A. "Nicole Constable, ROMANCE ON THE GLOBAL STAGE." American Anthropologist 106/4 (2004). (Review)
Wilson, A. "The Empire of Direct Sales and the Making of Thai Entrepreneurs." Critique of Anthropology (1999).
Wilson, A. "“Report: Lesbian Visibility and Sexual Rights at Beijing”." Signs 22 (1996): 214-218.