Ashley J. Bohrer

Assistant Professor of Gender and Peace Studies

Department: Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

Area of Specialization:

intersectionality, marxism, decolonial feminism

Ashley J. Bohrer's work focuses on the relationship between exploitation and oppression as articulated in feminist theory and social movements. Bohrer, who holds a PhD in philosophy from DePaul University, studies complex patterns of discrimination based on race, gender, sexuality, and class, focusing on the intersections of these varieties of injustice. She is the author of Marxism and Intersectionality: Race, Gender, Class, and Sexuality under Contemporary Capitalism.

Phone: (574) 631-7558
Office: 337 Hesburgh Center for International Studies