Reanae McNeal

Dr. McNeal’s research involves decolonial approaches to accentuating the lived experiences of the marginalized such as Afro-Indigenous/African American women and U.S. Women of Color(s). McNeal’s research has been supported by the Catherine Prelinger Award from the Coordinating Council for Women in History. Her scholarly multimedia endeavors and research-based creative work also include promoting the healing of individual, generational, historical, and societal trauma. She remains in deep gratitude to her ancestors and elders for passing on their wisdom systems, conveying their lived experiences, and keeping the stories of our survival and resistance alive.

B.A. in Liberal Arts, Western Illinois University
M.A. in Women’s Studies, Texas Woman’s University
M.A. in English, Texas Woman’s University
Ph.D. Multicultural Women’s and Gender Studies, Texas Woman’s University

Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies, Africana Studies, American Indian Studies, American Studies, and English

Courses Taught

Intro to Africana Studies
Intro to American Studies
Intro to Gender Studies
Stillwater, OK
Office: SSH 226