Charlotte Hoelke, Ph.D.
Program Coord., Women's Resource Center and Member, Native American Studies Program Committee
Charlotte Hoelke is a Clinical Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of the Women’s Resource Center at West Virginia University. Her research interests include queer and feminist approaches to the archives, affect and the archives, queer and decolonial arts and performance, queer popular culture, and masculinities in popular media. She teaches courses in feminist and queer theory, as well as sexuality in American culture. She is passionate about connecting her students to feminist and queer praxis, and is involved in a variety of community projects and initiatives, including a current project with Planned Parenthood Votes! South Atlantic in building a menstrual equity coalition in West Virginia. Dr. Hoelke teaches NAS 393: Indigenous Sexualities.