Christina Boufis is a writer and writing instructor who has taught composition and nonfiction writing for over twenty years, the last ten at SFAI. She has a background in Women’s Studies and specializes in writing about health and women’s issues, and has written for dozens of consumer publications including O, the Oprah Magazine, Glamour, Health, Natural Health, Natural Solutions, WebMD, The Magazine, Salon.com, and womansday.com. Her writing on incarcerated women was nominated for a national journalism award, The Heart of America, and has been anthologized in a college textbook, Fields of Reading. For many years, Boufis was a co-chair of and affiliated scholar at Stanford University’s Institute for Research on Women and Gender (now the Clayman Institute).
- On the Market: Surviving the Academic Job Search, Riverhead, 1997
- GirlSource, Ten Speed, 2003
- International Museum of Women’s, Women, Power and Politics Exhibit: “The Power Suit,” “Emancipated Woman – Build Up Socialism!” and “Cicciolina’s Sexual Politics.” www.imow.org
AB, English Literature, Barnard College
- PhD, Victoria Literature and Women’s Studies, City University of New York Graduate Center
- MA, English Language and Literature, The University of Virginia