New manuscripts submitted to Psychology of Women Quarterly will be handled by the current editor's editorial board. Submissions are welcome at any time.

If you have any questions or problems, please contact Mary M. Brabeck (editor).

Editorial Staff

Editor (2016-19)

Mary M. Brabeck, PhD, New York University

Mary M. Brabeck, PhD, is a professor of developmental psychology in the Department of Applied Psychology and dean emerita of the New York University Steinhardt School. She has served as editor of the of the Society for Psychology of Women book series and has been an elected member of the APA Commission for the Recognition of Specialties and Proficiencies in Professional Psychology and the APA Education Directorate. Brabeck is a fellow of APA Divs. 7 (Developmental Psychology), 17 (Counseling Psychology), 35 (Society for the Psychology of Women) and 52 (International Psychology). Her honors include a Doctor of Humane Letters from St. Joseph's University; Outstanding Achievement Award from the University of Minnesota; Alumni Award from the University of Minnesota School of Education and Human Development; APA Committee on Women in Psychology Leadership Award; and the Cynthia Belar Education Advocacy Distinguished Service Award. She is delighted to be working with the talented and committed feminist scholars who contribute to Psychology of Women Quarterly.

Senior Associate Editor

Dawn M. Szymanski, University of Tennessee-Knoxville

Dawn M. Szymanski, PhD, is an associate professor in the APA-accredited counseling psychology doctoral program at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Her research focuses primarily on examining how external oppression (e.g., sexual orientation, gender and/or race-based prejudice, harassment, discrimination and violence), internalized oppression (e.g., negative attitudes, beliefs and feelings about oneself as a minority group member and about one’s minority group), traditional and restrictive gender role adherence and gender role conflict and culture are related to identity development and psychosocial health. Szymanski has published more than 75 journal articles and book chapters. She has served on the editorial boards of the Journal of Counseling Psychology, Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity and Sex Roles. She is a fellow of the APA and has received several awards for her contributions to the profession, including the APA Committee on Women in Psychology Emerging Leader Award, APA Div. 17 Outstanding Major Contribution Award in The Counseling Psychologist for “Sexual Objectification of Women” and University of Tennessee Chancellor’s Honors Jefferson Award.

Assistant Editor
  • Anna Hillary, MA, MSEd, New York University
Associate Editors

Kelly Cue Davis, PhD

Kelly Cue Davis, PhD, is a research associate professor in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University. She is a licensed clinical psychologist, and for more than 20 years, Davis has researched the effects of alcohol and drug consumption on sexual violence, sexual risk and sexual health. She has served as principal investigator or co-investigator on several research projects related to sexual violence and sexual risk, with grant funding from the National Institutes of Health totaling approximately $20 million. Additionally, Davis has more than 70 peer-reviewed publications in this area and has presented her work on sexual violence and risk both nationally and internationally. As an associate editor for Psychology of Women Quarterly, Davis is excited to be part of this distinguished editorial board that will help shape the future of feminist scholarship.

Asia A. Eaton, PhD

Asia A. Eaton is an assistant professor of psychology at Florida International University (FIU), having earned her PhD in social psychology from the University of Chicago. She is a core faculty member in FIU’s developmental and I-O psychology programs and an affiliated faculty member in the Center for Women’s and Gender Studies. Her research explores how gender intersects with identities such as race and sexual orientation to affect individuals’ access to and experience with social power in intimate partner relationships and in the workplace. She also serves as head of Research for Cyber Civil Rights Initiative, which is working to understand and end the emerging epidemic of nonconsensual porn. As a new associate editor for Psychology of Women Quarterly, Asia’s goal is to serve the field of feminist psychology by providing supportive, thoughtful and meaningful leadership in the spirit of advancing psychological science and practice.

Annette S. Kluck, PhD

Annette S. Kluck, PhD, is an assistant provost for women’s initiatives at Auburn University. In this role, she works to support all women at the university by attending to intersectionality as well as women faculty, staff and students through the development of strategic programs and policy recommendations. Kluck is also an associate professor and the director of training for the APA-accredited counseling psychology program at Auburn. Her research focuses on women’s issues including body image, disordered eating and sexual behavior and concerns. She studies how sociocultural risk factors may place some women at greater risk for developing problems in these areas with an emphasis on family-based messages about size and shape, internalization of societal messages that place women’s value in their ability to be perfect and pleasing (often sexually) to others and perceived expectations for attractiveness and behavior. Kluck also examines how intersecting identities inform these experiences in women. As a new associate editor, she is excited to join an outstanding team of scholars and review innovative research that contributes to feminist scholarship and scientific understanding of women’s experiences.

Bonita London, PhD

Bonita London, PhD, is associate professor of psychology and faculty affiliate of the Center for Inclusive Education at Stony Brook University. She earned her PhD in social/personality psychology from Columbia University and was a National Science Foundation graduate research fellow and a National Institutes of Health predoctoral fellow. London joined the social/health psychology faculty at Stony Brook. She was a Russell Sage Foundation fellow and is a member of the State University of New York Diversity Task Force. Her research examines how individuals perceive, experience and negotiate their social and academic worlds, both through the lens of their social identities (e.g., gender, race, sexual orientation and the intersections among these identities) and their individual belief systems. London’s work also explores the role of psychosocial factors (e.g., identity, belonging and academic efficacy) on women’s engagement in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. She is excited to contribute to the exceptional scholarship at Psychology of Women Quarterly.

Shannon M. Lynch, PhD

Shannon M. Lynch, PhD, is a professor of psychology at Idaho State University and a licensed clinical psychologist. She completed her doctorate in clinical psychology at the University of Michigan in 1999 and a two-year postdoctoral fellowship with the Victims of Violence Program, part of Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School. Her research combines quantitative and qualitative methodologies to examine women’s experiences of interpersonal violence and use of resources to cope with and to recover from traumatic events. Since 2004, she has worked with her research team to assess women’s pathways to incarceration with a specific focus on trauma exposure, mental health and treatment needs of incarcerated women. Lynch is a member of APA Divs. 35 (Society for the Psychology of Women) and 56 (Trauma Psychology). As associate editor for Psychology of Women Quarterly, Lynch looks forward to reading about new, innovative research endeavors and contributing to the journal’s strong commitment to publish diverse feminist research.

Lindsay M. Orchowski, PhD

Lindsay M. Orchowski, PhD, is assistant professor (research) at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University and a staff psychologist at Rhode Island Hospital. She completed her PhD in clinical psychology at Ohio University with a specialization in applied quantitative psychology and a graduate certificate in women’s studies. Her research focuses on the development and evaluation of sexual assault prevention programs for youth and young adults. Orchowski also is interested in identifying risk and protective factors for sexual violence and understanding factors that influence recovery following trauma. As a clinician, she is particularly interested in feminist therapy approaches, recovery from interpersonal trauma, the treatment of PTSD and the intersection between substance use and co-occurring disorders. As an associate editor for Psychology of Women Quarterly, she is excited to work with authors and reviewers to advance our understanding of the psychology of women and bring cutting-edge feminist research to publication.

Consultants to the Editors
  • Matthew A. Diemer, PhD, University of Michigan
  • Michelle Fine, PhD, The Graduate School, CUNY
  • Selcuk R. Sirin, PhD, New York University
Book Review Editor
  • Ellen Cole, PhD, The Sage Colleges
Teaching Section Editor
  • Britney G Brinkman, PhD, Chatham University
Student Advisory Board Mentor
  • Lisa R. Rubin, The New School
Teaching Supplements Coordinator
  • Clare Mehta, PhD, Emmanual College
Consulting Editors
  • Emily T. Amanatullah, Georgetown University
  • Laina Y. Bay-Cheng, University at Buffalo 
  • Julia B. Bear, Stony Brook University
  • Diana Betz, Loyola University Maryland
  • Elizabeth R. Cole, University of Michigan
  • Jessica Cundiff, Missouri University of Science and Technology 
  • Christopher DeCou, University of Washington
  • Jennifer Doran, Yale University
  • Mindy J. Erchull, University of Mary Washington
  • Ellen E. Fitzsimmons-Craft, Washington University in St. Louis
  • Lisa Frey, University of Oklahoma
  • Ronni Michelle Greenwood, University of Limerick 
  • Morgan Grotewiel, Webster University
  • Matthew S. Hesson-McInnis, Illinois State University
  • Janet S. Hyde, University of Wisconsin
  • Janelle M. Jones, Queen Mary University of London
  • Steven J. Karau, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
  • Holly B. Kozee, Empower Therapy for Women-Ohio
  • Jioni A. Lewis, University of Tennessee
  • Robin J. Lewis, Old Dominion University  
  • Sara Lindberg, University of Wisconsin
  • Miriam Liss, University of Mary Washington
  • Lisa A. Marchiondo, University of New Mexico
  • David Marx, San Diego State University
  • Andrea L. Meltzer, Florida State University
  • Debra Mollen, Texas Woman’s University
  • Elizabeth M. Morgan, Springfield College 
  • Kathleen Parks, University at Buffalo-Research Institute on Addictions
  • Eva Pietri, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
  • Desdamona Rios, University of Houston-Clear Lake
  • Lisa Rosenthal, Pace University
  • Natalie J. Sabik, University of Rhode Island
  • Stephanie A. Shields, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Jayne Stake, University of Missouri-St Louis
  • Elliot Tebbe, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Sarah E. Ullman, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Chelsea Vanderpool, Governors State University
  • Brandon Velez, Teachers College of Columbia University
  • L. Monique Ward, University of Michigan
  • Leah R. Warner, Ramapo College of New Jersey
  • Laurel B. Watson, University of Missouri-Kansas City
  • Melissa J. Williams, Emory University
Student Advisory Board
  • Melissa L. Barnes, University of Oregon
  • Jhodie-Ann M. Bowie, Georgia State University
  • Emily Breitkopf, New School for Social Research
  • Dawn M. Brown, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
  • Jennifer Buck, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
  • Rachel Carretta, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
  • Jennifer F. Chmielewski, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York
  • Rachel A. Connor, Princeton University
  • Harley Dutcher, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
  • Mirella J. Flores, University of Missouri-Kansas City
  • Marissa C. Floro, Loyola University-Chicago
  • Elizabeth F. Geiger, Teachers College of Columbia University
  • Kaitlyn Goldsmith, University of New Brunswick
  • Stephanie L. Grossman, Fordham University
  • Veronica Hamilton, University of California-Santa Cruz
  • Dorothy Haruyama, Colorado State University-Fort Collins
  • Sang-hee Hong, University of Kentucky
  • Nicole Jeffrey, University of Guelph
  • Amanda Jenkins, University of Guelph
  • Stephanie Kaplan, Idaho State University
  • Allison L. Kirschbaum, University of Missouri-St. Louis
  • Elyssa Klann, Indiana University-Bloomington
  • Jamie Macdonald, Stony Brook University
  • Tiffany Marcantonio, University of Arkansas
  • Caitlin Martin-Wagar, University of Akron
  • Addie Merians, University of Minnesota
  • Renee Mikorski, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
  • Haley Miles-McLean, University of Maryland-Baltimore County
  • Katherine E. O’Neil, Auburn University
  • Betool Ridha, Auburn University
  • Krista Robbins, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Ana L. Rodriguez, Florida International University
  • Valerie Ryan, University of Rhode Island
  • Anita Shaw, University of Northern British Columbia
  • Kristin E. Silver, University of Akron
  • Shakira Smith, Indiana University-Bloomington
  • Christine R. Starr, University of California-Santa Cruz
  • Emily Thomas, Ryerson University
  • Abigail Walsh, University of California-Santa Cruz
  • Marlene Williams, University of Tennessee-Knoxville