Amy Peloff

Former Assistant Director of CHID and Affiliate Assistant Professor of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies
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Amy Peloff has worked for the Comparative History of Ideas program since 2001 in a variety of capacities, both administrative and instructional. She has a Masters in Public Administration and a Women Studies. In her role as the Assistant Director of CHID, she is both the business manager for the Program and a member of the CHID teaching team. In addition to supervising numerous CHID senior theses and independent studies, she has taught CHID 390: The Interpretation of Texts and Cultures and has team-taught CHID 498: Comparative Pedagogies: Tools for Facilitating Conversations, and a special discussion section of CHID 270: (Re)Thinking Diversity. Additional courses taught include WOMEN 283/HIST 283: Introduction to Women’s History and WOMEN 200: Introduction to Women Studies. In 2001 her teaching skills were recognized with the Doman Award for Excellence in Teaching.