Roberta Hunte


Parkmill Building 245

Roberta Hunte, PhD

Assistant Professor

PhD in Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada 2012



Gender studies; critical race studies; gender and militarism; women and work; women and peacebuilding; cross-cultural dialogue and community organizing.


Scholarly Projects

I am currently working on a manuscript on African American tradeswomen negotiating race and gender in long-term careers in the U.S. building trades. 

Current Curriculum Vitae

Courses Taught:

WS 101: Introduction to Women's Studies

WS 330U: Women of Color in the U.S.

WS 332U: Race/Class/Gender/Sexuality in the U.S.

WS 410/510: Gender, Militarization, and Activism

WS 471/571: Global Feminisms

CR 301U: Intro to Conflict Resolution

CR 407/507: Facing History

BST 396: Research Methodologies in Black Studies

BST 417/517: The African-American Family

BST 261: African American Economic Experience

UNST 228: Family Studies