Professor Robin Barlett lectures at UNC


Robin Bartlett, professor of economics, queer studies, women's studies and philosophy, politics, & economics at Denison University, gave a lecture, Queering Economics, this fall in UNC Asheville’s Karpen Hall, Laurel Forum.

Bartlett, whose research involves earnings differentials and executive compensation, introduced the basics of queer studies and describe the relevance of incorporating different gender identities into the study of economics. Bartlett teaches courses including Intermediate Macroeconomics, Women in Labor Force, Forensic Economics, Introduction to Queer Studies.

Bartlett's other research Interests include: Pedagogy and Clubs. She obtained her B.A. from Western College; her M.A. from Michigan State University; and her Ph.D. from Michigan State University.

Posted Date 
Wednesday, October 29, 2014


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