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- Ph.D., History
- M.S., Sociology (starting Aug ’22)
- M.A., English (graduating Aug ’22)
- M.A., History
- B.A., History
- A.A., General Studies
- & 18 graduate hours, Education
Dr. Pegoda teaches women’s, gender, and sexuality studies; religious studies; and English at the University of Houston as a non-tenure track faculty member and has expertise in a variety of areas, including pedagogy, women’s and queer studies, critical race theory, religious studies, film and cultural studies, history/historiography, and historical memory.
Dr. Pegoda is actively committed to teaching and is also available as a consultant or expert reviewer, as a guest speaker, and as a freelance writer / opinion piece writer — current bylines include Cancerwise, Conditionally Accepted, The Conversation, The Daily Cougar, The Good Men Project, History News Network, Houston Chronicle, Inside HigherEd, Merion West, Talking Points Memo, Time, and Washington Post.
Dr. Pegoda is co-founder (with Timothy Frederick Seiter) and is editor-in-chief of Conceptions Review.
Dr. Pegoda is queer and because of Neurofibromatosis, is physically disabled, a survivor of many tumors and six surgeries, and takes over twenty medications. These (and other) identities, in addition to extensive experience as an educator and scholar since 2007, are used to further embrace and model equity, diversity, acceptance.
Finally, Dr. Pegoda loves cats (and dogs), especially the one-and-only Dr. Trevor Lovejoy. And loves Dr Pepper, quality chicken fingers with quality ranch dressing, baked or grilled chicken, turkey, and bread.
Find Dr. Pegoda on Twitter @AJP_PhD.
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“It’s Time to Talk About ‘Student Time’,” Inside HigherEd, December 1, 2021
“An Irish Immigrant and Her Quests for Survival: An Interview with Novelist Lee Hutch,” Houston Review of Books, November 10, 2021
“Texas Abortion Law Threatens Academic Freedom,” Inside Higher Ed, October 8, 2021
“Building Classroom Community Through Dance: An Interview with Author Trevor Boffone,” The Left Gazette, September 22, 2021
“Pandemic Teaching Reflections, Not All Rainbows,” Houston Review of Books, August 16, 2021
“Formalized Extensions and Pedagogies of Care,” Temple University’s The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice’s #RealCollege Blog, April 13, 2021
See all online publications here.