BA in International Relations and English, Mount Holyoke College, 2007 MA in International Studies and Diplomacy, School of Oriental and African Studies, 2010
General Research Areas
Gender and Sexuality, LGBT Minority Stress, Intimate Partner Violence, Women’s Health, Sexual Minority Health, South and South-East Asia
My dissertation research focuses on how sexuality affects women's and men’s exposure to lifetime adversity, their sources of resilience, and the impact of both adversity and resilience on health and well-being. My work centers around sexual minority communities across the Asia-Pacific region. Alongside my dissertation research, I am engaged in studies on transgender health, women’s empowerment, intimate partner violence, and child maltreatment.
Stephanie Spaid Miedemaand Emma Fulu. 2018. "Globalization and Theorizing Intimate Partner Violence from the Global South." Chapter in The Palgrave Handbook of Criminology and the Global South, edited by Kerry Carrington, Russell Hogg, John Scott and Maximo Sozzo. Palgrave MacMillian.