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About Malia McAndrew

MALIA McANDREW is an associate professor of history at John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio. In addition, she currently serves as Director of the Arrupe Scholars Program, an academic and co-curricular experience that provides undergraduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to become advocates for positive social change in the world. McAndrew regularly teaches courses which focus on issues of gender, race, and social justice in the United States and Modern Africa. She is currently writing a monograph that will explore the ways in which African American, Japanese American, and lesbian activists worked to redefine popular conceptions of womanhood and beauty between World War II and the birth of the second-wave feminist movement.


Present Director, Arrupe Scholars Program, John Carroll University
Present Associate Professor of History, John Carroll University

Contact Information

Dept of History
1 John Carroll Blvd.
University Heights, OH 44118