Erin Krafft

Erin Krafft, PhD

Assistant Professor

Crime & Justice Studies

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Liberal Arts 399F

Education

2015Brown UniversityPhD in Slavic Studies
2009University of East AngliaMA in Literary Translation
2007University of California, BerkeleyBA in Slavic Languages and Literatures

Teaching

  • Social Theory
  • Totalitarianism Studies
  • Nonviolence Studies
  • Nonviolence Studies
  • Education and Pedagogy

Teaching

Programs

Research

Research activities

  • Community-engaged research within alternative educational spaces
  • Transnational feminisms
  • Linguistic and cultural translations

Research

Research awards

  • $ 149,992 awarded by MA Department Of Higher Education for Transformative Justice Certificate Program

Research

Research interests

  • Transnational feminisms
  • Gender and the state
  • Transformative pedagogies
  • Transformative justice

Select publications

  • Erin Katherine Krafft (2021).
    Subjects, Subjectivities, and Slavic Studies: A Design for Anti-Racist Pedagogy
    Slavic Review, 80, 327-333.
  • Erin Katherine Krafft and Heather Turcotte (2021).
    Conversations on education, time, and the planetary
    Globalizations, 18, no. 6, 1062-1070.
  • Erin Katherine Krafft (2021).
    Translation, or Transliteration?: "Gender" Troubles in Russia
    Translating Feminism: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Text, Place, and Agency, 175-198.

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