California State University, Fullerton
Women & Gender Studies Department
Humanities Hall 230
Fullerton, CA 92831
Rebecca Dolhinow, Ph.D.
Dr. Dolhinow's research interests include, activism and activist geographies; Immigrant community organizing; Youth social justice activism, networks, education; NGOs and their role in governmentality; Globalization and global justice movements.
Her teaching interests include: Gender and Globalization; Activism; Research Methods; Gender and Popular Culture; Social Theory; Feminists Theorists; Gender and Geography.
Dr. Dolhinow serves on the College of Humanities and Social Science committee on online learning; Developing a learning community between H&SS and MCBE; Advisor to Volunteer and Service Center.
2003, Ph.D, Geography, University of California, Berkeley
1994, MSc. Sociology, London School of Economic and Political Science
1992, B.A. Sociology, University of California, Berkeley
Dolhinow, R. E. ( 2010). A Jumble of Needs: Women’s Activism and Neoliberalism in the Colonias of the Southwest. Minneapolis:University of Minnesota Press.