"Your silence will not protect you." ~ Audre Lorde





Erika M. Behrmann is an educator, scholar and activist focusing on feminist theory, postfeminism, pedagogy, postcolonialism, and their various intersections and materializations within digital media and gaming spaces. She is a Ph.D. candidate at the School of Media and Communication at Bowling Green State University. She holds a M.A. in Women’s and Gender Studies from Eastern Michigan University.

Her publications include refereed articles in journals Teaching Media Quarterly (2015) and Films for the Feminist Classroom (2016), and a co-authored essay on feminist alternatives to Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in MOOCs and Open Education Around the World published by Routledge (2015). She regularly presents refereed papers and panels at the Gender, Bodies, and Technology conference, and at national and international conferences for the National Communication Association, National Women's Studies Association, and the International Communication Association.
  
Outside of her research contributions, Behrmann has been repeatedly rated by her students in the top 10% for effective teaching and has won awards in teaching excellence.
 
On this site you will find Behrmann's teaching philosophy, information about her research, and her CV.