PhD, Media Studies, University of Oregon (Eugene), 2017
MS, Gender, Development and Globalization, London School of Economics and Political Science (London), 2011
BS, Montana State University (Bozeman), 2005
WGS 301: Queer Theory
WGS 302: Gendered Bodies: Cowboys & Tough Guys: Masculinities & Media
WGS 410: Feminist Theory
WGS 500: Advanced Social Science Seminar in Women’s and Gender Studies: Queer of Color Critique
WGS 710: Advanced Feminist Theory
WGS 799: Advanced Topics and Women’s and Gender Studies: Queer Theory
LGBT 290: Topics in LGBT Studies: The Queer Midwest
Feminist media studies and queer studies with focus on intersecting dynamics of gender, sexuality, race, class and other forms of difference.
Grants, Awards and Honors
- Outstanding Service to Community Award, LGBT Education and Support Services, University of Oregon, 2016
- Lorey I. Lokey Scholarship, School of Journalism and Communication, University of Oredon, 2016
- Miller Family Scholarship, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Oregon, 2016
- John Furr Fellowship for J. Walker Thompson Research, Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising and Marketing History, Duke University, 2016
- Warren C. Price Award for Best Graduate Paper in Media History, University of Oregon, 2015
- Center for the Study of Women in Society Graduate Research Grant, University of Oregon, 2015
- Favara, Jeremiah and Caitlyn Kawamura. “Let’ Be Abominable Feminists: Yeti: Campus Stories and Sexism in the Digital College Party Scene.” Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology 10 (2016): Doi: 10.7264/N3SF2TGJ.
- Favara, Jeremiah. “Gods and Freaks, Soldiers and Men: Gender and Technology in The Avengers.” In Marvel Comics Into Film, 177-88. McFarland Press, 2016.
- Favara, Jeremiah. “A Maternal Heart: Angelia Jolie, Choices of Maternity, and Hegemonic Femininity in People Magazine.” Feminist Media Studies 14, no. 4 (2015): 626-42.