Bonnie Hagerman


Women, Gender & Sexuality
227B Minor Hall
PO Box 400172
Charlottesville, Virginia  22904-4172

Office Hours: Thursdays 12:30-2:00 PM

B.A., Princeton University

M.A., Ohio University

Ph.D., Ohio University

Bonnie Hagerman graduated cum laude from Princeton University in 1991 with a B.A. in Anthropology. After teaching high school social studies and history for five years, she pursued graduate studies at Ohio University with an intent to combine her interests in American history, feminism, and sports. Her resulting Ph.D. dissertation, “Skimpy Coverage,” examines Sports Illustrated’s treatment of sportswomen in its pages from 1954 to 2000. Hagerman began teaching for WGS in 2008, and has taught “Women, Gender, and Sport: A History of American Female Athletes” every year since that time. In addition to serving as a lecturer for Women, Gender & Sexuality, Hagerman is also the Associate Director for the Center for the Liberal Arts at the University of Virginia, an organization that seeks to provide high-quality content-enrichment programs for K-12 teachers.


Selected Publications:
Skimpy Coverage: Female Athletes in Sports Illustrated, 1954 to the Present (under review)

Faculty and Staff

Hanadi Al-Samman

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Lawrie Balfour

  • Professor of Politics

Rae Blumberg

  • William R. Kenan, Professor of Sociology

Alison Booth

  • Professor of English

André Cavalcante

  • Assistant Professor of Media Studies and Women, Gender & Sexuality

Mrinalini Chakravorty

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Ellen Contini-Morava

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Shilpa Davé

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Amanda Davis

  • Lecturer of Women, Gender & Sexuality

Corinne Field

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Susan Fraiman

  • Professor of English

Gertrude Fraser

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Lisa Goff

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Bonnie Hagerman

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Cynthia Hoehler-Fatton

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Samantha J. Hume

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Claire Kaplan

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Anne Behnke Kinney

  • Professor of Chinese

Edith "Winx" Lawrence

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Karlin Luedtke

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Lorna Martens

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Fred Maus

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Deborah E. McDowell

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Alberto McKelligan Hernandez

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Susan McKinnon

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Doug Meyer

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Farzaneh Milani

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Jaronda Miller-Bryant

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K. Sara Myers

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Emily Ogden

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Victoria Olwell

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Geeta Patel

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Charlotte J. Patterson

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Gustavo Pellón

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Andrea L. Press

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Allison Pugh

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Claire Raymond

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Caroline Rody

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Marlon Ross

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Lynn M. Sanders

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Sybil Scholz

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Lisa Shutt

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Karl Shuve

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Lisa Speidel

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Elizabeth F. Thompson

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Denise Walsh

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Gweneth West

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Kath Weston

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W. Bradford Wilcox

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Eleanor V. Wilson

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Michiko Wilson

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Nicholas J. G. Winter

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Lisa Woolfork

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