William E. Snizek Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, Department of Sociology, 2015
American Summer/Short-Term Research Publication Grant, American Association of University Women, 2015
Claire Goldberg Moses award for the theoretical innovation, Feminist Studies, 2014.
It Hurts Down There: The Bodily Imaginaries of Female Genital Pain (SUNY)
The World of Walmart: Discounting the American Dream (with Nicholas Copeland) (Routledge)
Labuski, Christine and Nick Copeland. “From Affective Shareholding to OUR Walmart: Organizing Labor in a Post-Union World.” nano: New American Notes Online, Issue 8 (December).
Labuski, Christine and Colton Keo-Meier. The (Mis)Measure of Trans. Transgender Studies Quarterly, 2(1): 13-33.
Labuski, Christine. 2013. Vulnerable Vulvas: Female Genital Integrity in Health and Dis-ease. Feminist Studies.
Meier, Stacey, Seth Pardo, Christine Labuski and Julia Babcock. 2013. Measures of Clinical Health among Female-to-Male Transgender Persons as a Function of Sexual Orientation. Archives of Sexual Behavior.
“(Wo)Men Working: Gender, Labor, and Vulnerability in the Bakken Oil Fields.” American Association of University Women. American Summer/Short-Term Research Publication Grant, $6000
“(Wo)Men Working: Gender, Labor, and Extraction in the Bakken Oil Fields.” Institute for the Study of Culture and the Environment (ISCE). Summer Scholars Program; $13, 694
“Airing Concerns: A Data-Driven Approach to Autonomous Vehicle Technology Ethics. Co-sponsored with the Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Sciences (ICTAS). Co-PI. $40,000.
Gender in the Bakken Oil Field
Genital Excisions and Phantom Pain
Gender and Sexualities
Feminist Science Studies
Director, Gender, Bodies & Technology (conference and initiative at VT)
Member, Society for Social Studies of Science
Member, American Anthropological Association
Member, National Women’s Studies Association
PhD, The University of Texas at Austin, Anthropology (Women and Gender Studies portfolio)
MA, The University of Texas at Austin, Anthropology
MS, The University of Massachusetts Medical School-Graduate School of Nursing, Nursing.