Jennifer Kruse's research interests include feminist health movements, rhetorics of motherhood, critical media studies, social movement and protest rhetorics, and feminist pedagogies.
WMNS 101: Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies
WMNS 189H: Gender in Popular Culture and Social Movements
WMNS 201: Introduction to LGBTQ Studies
WMNS 210: Activism and Feminist Communities
WMNS 298H: Women, Leadership, and Power
Kruse, J. M. (2020). Blogging wounded manhood: Negotiating hegemonic masculinity and the crisis of the male (in)fertile body. Women’s Studies in Communication.
Kruse, J. M. (Forthcoming 2021). "But this is supposed to be the happiest time of my life!: The neoliberal turn in women’s discourses of postpartum in Our Bodies, Ourselves.” In V. Renegar & K. Cole (Eds.), Beyond biology: The rhetoric of motherhood in the 21st century. University of Alabama Press.