Lindsey Breitwieser

Lindsey Breitwieser

Graduate Student, 2012 Cohort

Education History

M.A., Gender Studies, Indiana University, 2015

B.A., Women’s and Gender Studies, College of Charleston, 2012

B.A., Biology, College of Charleston, 2012

Select Fellowships and Awards

Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship in Women’s Studies

Indiana University College of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Research Fellowship

Reynolds-Finley Associates Fellowship in the History of Health Sciences, Lister Hill Libraries Historical Collections Unit, University of Alabama at Birmingham


Schnabel, L, Breitwieser, L, & Hawbaker, A. (2016). Subjectivity in feminist science and technology studies: Implications and applications for sociological research. Sociology Compass, 10 (4), 318-329.

Schnabel, L & Breitwieser, L. (2015). Recent advances in feminist science and technology studies: Reconceptualizing subjectivity and knowledge. Advances in Gender Research, 20, 43-63.

Courses Previously Taught

  • G205: Gender, Death, and Western Medicine
  • G104: The Cultural Politics of Body Modification
  • G104: Gender, Madness, and Popular Culture
  • G101: Gender, Culture, and Society