Faculty and Staff
- Associate Professor
Kristi Branham is an Associate Professor at Western Kentucky University. She earned her PhD in literature with concentrations in social theory and women’s studies from the University of Kentucky. She has over twenty years of college teaching experience and has received several awards for teaching excellence. Dr. Branham’s research focuses on U.S. women’s popular culture, women’s work and caring labor, and the ethics of care in higher education. She has published articles in the Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, Journal of American Studies, Literature and Film Quarterly, and contributed to the edited collection Home Sweat Home: Perspectives on House Work and Modern Relationships.