kinesiology. Research: historical and cultural production of multiple bodies (gendered, racial, illicit/licit, prosthetic, etc.) in sport and their relationship to broader technologies and social issues. For example, she has investigated the issue of why women's bodies were made controversial in sport by examining the debates over women's reproduction, including reproduction technologies, and gender verification tests, including sex-test technologies, to "normalize" the feminine body in sport. Teaching: sociology of sport and developing a new course, Culture and the Sport Sciences. Education: BS, West Chester State College; MS and PhD (sport studies), University of Southern California; PhD (sociology of culture/women's studies), University of Iowa.