Associate Professor of Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies
Generally by appointment; I also try to respond promptly to work emails during the semester.
My work makes analytical and empirical contributions to the feminist study of globalization and to what I call queer political economy (QPE). Combining Science & Technology Studies (STS) approaches with materialist theories, I remain invested in empirical esearch, particularly ethnographically informed depictions of life under global capitalism. This direction also involved reflection on analytical categories and frameworks, such as intimacy, infrastructure, or gender. I have conducted long-term fieldwork in Bangkok, Thailand and short-term research on other transnational spaces, like NGO conferences.
I have taught a range of undergraduate courses in Gender Studies and regularly teach Money/Sex/Power and Nature/Nurture-Sex/Gender. At the graduate level, I have taught seminars on transnational feminist theory; research design; infrastructure; sexuality; and political economic approaches.
Wilson, A. "Urban Sexualities." Wiley Blackwell Companion to Urban Anthropology. Ed. D Nonini. Wiley Blackwell, 2014.
Wilson, A. "Intimacy: A Useful Concept for Global Analysis." The global and the intimate : feminism in our time. Ed. G Pratt and V Rosner. New York: Columbia University Press, January 1, 2012. 31-56. Open Access Copy
Wilson, A. "NGOs as Erotic Sites." Development, Sexual Rights and Global Governance. Ed. A Lind. Routledge, January 2010.
Wilson, A. "Medical Tourism in Bangkok." Asian Biotech. Ed. A Ong and N Chen. Duke UP, 2010.
Wilson, A. "Plural Economies and Gendered Resistance in Bangkok." On the Edges of Development: Cultural Interventions. Ed. J Foran, K-K Bhavnani, P Kurian, and D Munshi. Routledge, November 2008.
Wilson, A. "Feminism: International and Global Institutions." The Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History. Oxford University Press, 2008. (Chapter)
Wilson, A. "Diasporic Agents and Trans-Asian Flows in the Making of Asian Modernity: The Case of Thailand." Everyday Politics of the World Economy. Ed. JM Hobson and L Seabrooke. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press, November 15, 2007. 160-176. Open Access Copy
Wilson, A. "Thailand and Sex Tourism." The Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History. Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
Wilson, A. "Bangkok, the Bubble City." Wounded Cities: Destruction and Reconstruction in a Globalized World. 2003.
Wilson, A. "Intimität. Eine nützliche kategorie transnationaler analyse." Feministische Studien 32.1 (May 1, 2014): 63-77.
Wilson, A. "Anthropology and the Radical Philosophy of Antonio Negri and Michael Hardt." Focaal 64 (2012): 3-15. (Academic Article) Open Access Copy
Wilson, A. "National Economy and Bodily Scales: Medical Tourism in Thailand." Ed. E Roberts and N Scheper-Hughes. Body and Society (2011).
Wilson, A. "Post-Fordist Desires: The Commodity Aesthetics of Bangkok Sex Shows." FEMINIST LEGAL STUDIES 18.1 (April 2010): 53-67. Full Text Open Access Copy
Wilson, A. "SEX AT THE FORUM: SEXUAL JUSTICE AND THE ALTER-GLOBALIZATION MOVEMENT." Scholar and the Feminist (Barnard) 7 (2010).
Wilson, A. "Sexuelle Gerechtigkeit und die globalisierungskritische Bewegung." Luxembourg. 1 (2010).
Wilson, A. "Queer Isles: Review, Tom Boellstorff, THE GAY ARCHIPELEGO." GLQ 14 (2008): 659-663. (Review)
Wilson, A. "Feminism in the space of the world social forum." Journal of International Women's Studies 8.3 (April 2007): 10-27.
Wilson, A. "Special Issue: Anthropology and the Radical Political Philosophy of Antonio Negri and Michael Hardt." Ed. A Wilson. Focaal (2012).
Wilson, A. "Medical Tourism Project (In preparation)." (2010).
Wilson, A. "Sexual Latitudes: The Erotic Life of Globalization (In preparation)." (2010).