UCL Gender and Sexuality Studies brings together a diverse group of staff committed to teaching and research in a wide range of subjects. Staff from many different departments contribute to the core curriculum, as well as offering specialist modules and working with students to supervise their MA dissertations and PhDs.

Core Programme Staff
Dr Alex Hyde – Programme Co-Director, Associate Professor in Gender Studies, 
Dr Stefano Rossoni – Programme Co-Director, Lecturer in Gender Studies, 
Dr Juliana Demartini Brito – Lecturer in Gender and Sexuality Studies
Dr Thibaut Raboin – Lecturer in French

Associate Teaching Staff
Mr James Agar, SELCS French
Prof Alison Diduck, UCL Laws
Prof Jane Gilbert, SELCS French
Prof Mairead Hanrahan, SELCS French
Dr Emma Jones, Institute of Education, Co-Director, GFRN
Dr Hans Demeyer, SELCS Dutch / Comparative Literature
Dr Hélène Neveau Kringelbach, SELCS CMII African Studies / Anthropology
Dr Maki Kimura, Department of Political Science
Dr Simon Lock, UCL Science and Technology Studies, Co-Director, qUCL
Dr Lo Marshall, Department of Geography / UCL Urban Lab
Prof Deborah Martin, SELCS Film Studies / Spanish & Latin American Studies
Prof Bob Mills, Department of Art History
Prof Richard Mole, School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies
Dr Jordana Ramalho, Development and Planning Unit
Prof Rachel Rosen, Institute of Education
Dr Victoria Showunmi, Institute of Education
Dr Leah Sidi, SELCS-CMII Health Humanities
Prof Julian Walker, Development Planning Unit
Dr Xine Yao, UCL English, Co-Director, qUCL

Postgraduate Teaching Assistants 
Luisa Boada Bayona 
Arthur Davis 
Ella Rossman 

Emeritus Staff
Prof Ann Varley, Department of Geography
Prof Jane Fenoulhet, SELCS Centre for Low Countries Studies

Every week, a different scholar introduces a topic they hold dear and at the end of the term you are allowed to write an essay on the one that spoke to you the most. This way, I was allowed to follow my own academic interests, while being stimulated to interrogate them from an interdisciplinary perspective. Samuel Vermote, Belgium
It was amazing being able to have a supervisor from the Portuguese department, and carry out research on Portuguese history, literature and politics through the lens of gender, and just being totally free to explore my own interests whilst also delving into topics that were foreign to me.  Joana Marques Da Cruz Rodrigues, Portugal