Photo credit Cole Sansom

Dr. Ronen taught courses on gendered sexuality, feminism, culture, and science and technology studies. She has taught at Haverford College, Temple University, West Chester University and New York University. In 2017 Dr. Ronen was awarded a prize for Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching.


Spring 2020 – Sociology of Sexualities
Spring 2020
– Introduction to Science and Technology Studies

Fall 2019 – Sex Under Capitalism
Fall 2019 – Sociology of the Body

The Body Seen

The Body Seen exhibition on display in the Lower Create Space of the VCAM. Photo credit Patrick MonteroSpring 2019 – Senior Theses Mentoring

Spring 2019 – Qualitative  Methods
Spring 2019
– Sociology of the Body

In Spring 2019, Dr. Ronen taught the Sociology of the Body: Theorizing Across Dualisms, which focused on sociological theory concerned with the body as a social object.

Students wrote an analytical paper about a bodily aspect of their choice, and then translated their of intellectual work across the dualism into an expressive work. The student exhibition, “The Body Seen” was displayed at VCAM at Haverford College in May 2019.

More images of the exhibition below.

Fall 2018 – Introduction to Science and Technology Studies
Fall 2018 –
Sociology of Sexualities

Spring 2019 – Introduction to Women’s & Gender Studies, West Chester University
Spring 2018 – Sexuality and Gender, Temple University

Fall 2017
– Undergraduate Honors Seminar, Teaching Assistant to Ruth Horowitz
Spring 2016 – Sociology of Medicine, Teaching Assistant to Sarah K. Cowan
Spring 2013 – Sexual Diversity in Society, Teaching Assistant to Judith Stacy