Dr. Daniel Moshenberg

Daniel Moshenberg

Dr. Daniel Moshenberg

Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Associate Professor of English

Full-time


Contact:

Office Phone: (202) 994-9086
837 22nd St. NW, Office #343 Washington DC 20052

Areas of Expertise

  • Feminist Rhetoric
  • Women's Literacy Cultures
  • Women's Mobilization Cultures
  • Women Workers' Cultural Studies

Professor Moshenberg served as Director of the Women’s Studies Program from 2001-2011.

South African Feminism

Introduction to Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies 

Global Domestic Labor

Varieties of Feminist Theory

Global Women's Prison

"As the Women Sing: A Field of One's Own: Gender and Land Rights in South Asia by Bina Agarwal" [review essay], Thamyris 4(1) Spring, 1997.

"'Sit Down, Listen to the Women!'" in Shirly Walters, et al. Globalization, Adult Education and Training: Impacts and Issues (London: Zed, 1997).

Daniel Moshenberg. "Bessie Head and the Zimbabwean women who are forced to wait in Lindela" Agenda 30, 1, 2016

Daniel Moshenberg and Shereen Essof, eds. Searching for South Africa: The New Calculus of Dignity (UNISA Press, 2011)

Daniel Moshenberg, ed. Sexual and Gender Based Violence in Africa (Concerned Africa Scholars, Fall 2009)

Searching for South Africa