Dr. Tushabe wa Tushabe
Dr. Tushabe wa Tushabe* is an Associate Professor in the Department of American Ethnic Studies and an affiliated faculty member in the Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies at Kansas State University. Dr. Tushabe earned a Ph.D. in Philosophy at Binghamton University (NY), an M.A. in Women’s Studies at Texas Woman’s University (TX) and a B.A. in Philosophy at Saint Mary’s College (IN). Dr. Tushabe’s research interests encompass decolonial practices and epistemologies, Indigenous methodologies, sexualities and human rights, African Religions, and social justice methods.
Dr. Tushabe brings previous experience teaching in Philosophy, African Studies, Women’s Studies, and Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies departments in California and New York to Tushabe's work at KSU.
*Dr. Tushabe does not use gender pronouns.
“Sexual Rights in Uganda and the Struggle for Meaning in Community,” Journal of Lesbian Studies (2016): 1-17. Reprinted 2017.
With Besi Muhonja, “Mother’s Decision Making Power: A New Vision for Working with Internally Displaced Peoples in and Kenya.” Eds. Tatjana Takševa and Arlene Sagoutas, Mothers Under Fire: Mothering in Conflict Areas. Bradford: Demeter P, 2015: 248-264.
“What African is Possible Beyond Fifty Years of Independence” Ofo: Journal of Trans-Atlantic Studies, 4(2014): 1-20.
“Memoirs of Motherhood: Reflections on Pedagogical Motherhood in Community.” JeNda Journal of Culture and African Women 23 (2013): 111-31.
“Decolonizing Homosexuality in Uganda as a Human Rights Process.” Eds. Toyin Falola and Nana Akua Amposah, Gender and Sexuality in Africa. Durham: Carolina Academic Press, 2013: 42-59.
Courses Taught at KSU
- GWSS 105 Introduction to Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies
- AMETH 160 Introduction to American Ethnic Studies
- AMETH 351 African American Perspectives: Africans and African Americans
- AMETH 351 African American Perspectives: Sex, HIV/AIDS and African American communities
- AMETH 351 African American Perspectives: Black Sexualities
- Feminist research methods, Coming out and sexual identities, African feminisms, Gender performance
Other Courses Taught
- Coming Out and Sexual Identities
- African Feminisms
- Gender Performance