teaching & talks

I have taught courses in women’s and gender studies, GK at Antioch environmental studies, political science, and sociology at several U.S. colleges and universities, most recently a January Term course, “Cultures of War and Peace,” at St. Mary’s College of California (see biography page for details). 

Current themes for campus speaking engagements are:

  • Organizing for Peace: Women Cross DMZ in Korea
  • Transnational Women’s Organizing: Twenty years of the International Women’s Network Against Militarism
  • Activist Scholarship: Engaging the head, heart, and hands
  • Environmental Security and National Security: Are they compatible?
  • Gender, War and Militarism
  • Shortchanging Genuine Security: Economic costs of war and militarism

Gwyn and Megan Groh Gwyn speaking


I am also engaged in community education, especially through screenings and discussions of the documentary Living Along the Fenceline and Fashion Resistance to Militarism, an anti-miliary fashion show.

Photos (top to bottom r): Dennie Eagleson (1992), Megan Groh (2012), Bobbie Wrenn Banks (2001)
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