Ashley Ruderman-Looff, PhD she/her
Assistant Director for Advocacy and Education
Center for Women, Gender & Sexuality
MacLean Campus Center 207
|2020||University of Kentucky||PhD, Gender & Women's Studies|
|2014||University of Kentucky||MA, English|
|2012||Gonzaga University||BA, English|
Examines Crime and Justice Studies as a multidisciplinary field of study that bridges criminology, criminal justice, and justice studies. Students engage with a variety of histories, policies, procedures, and politics that inform how crime and justice are constructed within U.S. transnational and intersectional contexts. Areas of analysis include state-making, citizenship, social control, criminality, surveillance and security, war, rights and law, revolution, prison writing, nonviolence, collective justice, and abolitionism.
- Ashley Ruderman-Looff (2019).
Looking beyond the lesbian: The intersectionality of death on Netflix’s Orange is the New Black
Journal of Lesbian Studies, 23, 490-503.
- Della V. Mosley, Roberto L. Abreu, Ashley Ruderman, Candice Crowell (2017).
Hashtags and hip-hop: exploring the online performances of hip-hop identified youth using Instagram
Feminist Media Studies, 17, 135-152.