Research-Based Sources

Dr. Lisa Day is an Associate Professor of English and the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies at EKU. A former director of Veterans Studies, Dr. Day leads Women & Gender Studies, African & African American Studies, and Appalachian Studies. A renowned community leader on the EKU campus, she is a certified instructor of the Green Dot Anti-Violence Curriculum and a faculty advisor of both the EKU Alphabet Center and Feminists for Change. An active editor, Dr. Day co-edited Journeys Home: An Anthology of Contemporary African Diasporic Experience. She also served as an editor for a new textbook to be used in AFA 202: The African American Experience. She helped edit five journals published by Military Experience and the Arts, among other print and web publications. Her regularly scheduled classes include Intro to Women & Gender Studies, Feminist Theory & Practice, Women's Literature, and Rape Culture in Literature & Media. Dr. Day also teaches study abroad courses in Italy.

EO/AA Statement | Privacy Statement | 103 Libraries Complex Crabbe Library Richmond, KY 40475 | (859) 622-1790
© 2020 All rights reserved Eastern Kentucky University