Awards and Honors
College of Liberal Arts and Human Science Undergraduate Research Mentoring Award (2014)
College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Diversity Award 2005
Dean's Faculty Fellow (1999-2000)
Gillman, L. Unassimilable Feminisms: Reappraising Feminist, Womanist and Mestiza Identity Politics. 2010. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Gillman, L. Discovering the Comic in ‘Don Quixote.’ Chapel Hill, NC: North Carolina Studies in the Romance Languages and Literatures, University of North Carolina Press 1993.
Gillman, L. "Queering Decoloniality: Epistemic Body Politics in Alicia Gaspar de Alba’s Desert Blood.” In Identities on the Move: Contemporary Representations of New Sexualities and Gender Identities. Eds. Silvia Pilar Castro Gallego and Maria Isabel Romero Ruiz. New York: Lexington Books.
Gillman, L. “Inter-American Encounters in the Travel and Migration Narratives of Mayra Montero and Cristina Garcia: Towards a Hemispheric Decolonial Feminism.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. (Winter, 2014): 509-535).
Gillman, L. “Anancyism as an Exemplar of an Africana Feminist Ethnophilosophy: Delinking/Re-linking Symbologies in Sandra Jackson-Opoku’s The River Where Blood is Born. Hypatia. Article first published online : 11 OCT 2013, DOI: 10.1111/hypa.12054
Gillman, L. “Narrative as a Resource for Feminist Practices of Socially Engaged Inquiry: Mayra Montero's In the Palm of Darkness. Hypatia 28 (3):646-662.
Gillman, L. “Beyond the Shadow: Re-Scripting Race in Women’s Studies,” Meridians 7.2 (June 2007): 117-42.
- Conference Paper “Haptic Visuality, Intercultural Memory and the Politics of Affect in Alicia Gaspar de Alba’s Desert Blood: The Juárez Murders and Lourdes Portillo’sSeñorita Extraviada/Missing Young Women. (European) American Studies Association Conference: “America: Justice, Conflict, War”, The Hague, Netherlands, April 3-6, 2014.
- Book manuscript: Decolonial Hemispheric Feminisms
- Journal article: "Haptic Visuality in Lourdes Portilo's Señorita Extaviada: Towards an Affective Activism"