Robyn Rowe, visiting assistant professor at the La Follette School, will present the Gender & Women’s Studies Colloquium on Thursday, January 24.
Her presentation, Revisioning Gender Regimes and Welfare States Past: the Male Breadwinner Model as Everyday Practice, begins at 3:45 p.m. in Sterling Hall, Room 3401. The series is sponsored by UW-Madison's Center for Research on Gender & Women.
Rowe joined the La Follette School in September 2018. Previously, she was a lecturer at the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership at City College and adjunct assistant professor at Hunter College in New York City.
Her research interests include gender and cultural history; comparative social policy; European politics and governance; public administration; feminist and anti-racist pedagogies; interpretive research; and ethnomethodologies.
Rowe received her PhD in social policy from the London School of Economics, and she has master’s degrees in modern European history, social research, and European politics and government.