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Angela High-Pippert

Professor and Chair, Political Science
Ph.D. University of Nebraska, 1999
JRC 405
(651) 962-5725
University of Saint Thomas
Department of Political Science
Mail JRC 432
2115 Summit Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105


Ph.D.     University of Nebraska, 1999
M.A.      University of Nebraska, 1995
B.J.        University of Nebraska, 1991 (Advertising)


Angela High-Pippert is Professor of Political Science and Associated Faculty in Women’s Studies at the University of St. Thomas.  She is also the coordinator of the Classroom Consulting Program within Faculty Development at UST.  Dr. High-Pippert teaches courses in American politics, women and politics, and public policy, and received the UST Distinguished Educator Award in 2012 and 2005.  Her research interests include citizen participation in community energy initiatives and women and politics, with publications in Energy Policy, Sustainability, Carbon Management, Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society, and Women and Politics.  Dr. High-Pippert directed the UST Women’s Studies Program for six years and co-chaired the ACTC Women’s Studies Program Committee for two years.  She is also past president of the Minnesota Political Science Association.  Professor High-Pippert joined UST in 1999.

Fall 2019 Courses

Fall 2019 Courses
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J-Term 2020 Courses

J-Term 2020 Courses
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Spring 2020 Courses

Spring 2020 Courses
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WMST 327 - 01 Feminist Theory - T - R - - - 0955 - 1135 JRC 222

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JRC 222

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Angela High-Pippert

This interdisciplinary feminist theory course is designed as a mid-level course to serve as a bridge between the Foundations in Women's Studies course and the Senior Seminar. The content of the course will focus on theorizing around multiple differences of gender, race, ethnicity, class, and sexuality. As an interdisciplinary course, it provides an overview of historical and ideological trends in feminist thought around these differences. The focus may vary, and may include feminist theories from the fine arts, history, literary studies, philosophy, psychology, the sciences, and sociology.

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