gLenda Hufnagel

Lecturer and LPC Advisor for Norman

(LPC students in Tulsa, please visit Alisa Dougless's website.)

 

Physical Science Building 812 (Campus Map)

(405) 325-6510

gahufnagel@ou.edu

 

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Courses Taught

UNDERGRADUATE

GRADUATE

Introduction to Human Relations
Women, Work, and the Family
Women and Psychosocial Development
Social Issues in the Workplace
Women's Issues in Human Relations
Independent Study in Human Relations
Practicum in Human Relations
Phillips Scholars: Service Learning in Human Relations

Introduction to Graduate Studies in Human Relations
Theoretical Foundations of Human Relations
Current Problems
Women and Relational Theory
Counseling Skills in Human Relations
Women and Mental Health
Human Emotions
Nonverbal Behavior in Human Relations
Women and Psychotherapy: Jungian Concepts
Women, Work, and the Family
Leadership and the Organization
Women and Psychotherapy: Self-In-Relation
Spirituality and Human Relations
Directed Readings in Human Relations
Independent Study in Human Relations
Internship in Human Relations

Taught on- site at the following Advanced Program locations:
Yokuska, Japan; Naples, Italy; Frankfurt, Germany; Ramstein, Germany; Wurzburg, Germany; Augsburg, Germany; Hoenfels, Germany; The Netherlands; Mons, Belgium; Rota, Spain; Guam; The Azores; Osan, Korea; Tinker AFB, Oklahoma; Offutt AFB, Nebraska; Quantico Military Base, Virginia; Kevlick, Iceland; Tinker AFB, Oklahoma; Ft. Sill Army Post, Oklahoma

 

Publications

Hufnagel, G. L. (In-press, projected publication: 2012). Constructing the curse: A feminist analysis of menstruation from the ancient to the modern period. New York: Edwin Mellen Press.

Hufnagel, G. L. (2010). Essay Review. [Review of the books: Margaret Sanger and the origin of the birth control movement, 1910-1930: The concept of women’s sexual autonomy; and Our bodies, our crimes: The policing of women’s reproduction in America; and The infertility treadmill: Feminist ethics, personal choice, and the use of reproductive technologies]. Feminist Formations (Special Issue: The Politics and Rhetorics of Embodiement), 22(2), 195-201.

Hufnagel, G. L. (2009). Essay Review. [Review of the book: These winter Sundays: Female Academics and their working-class parents]. NWSA Journal, 21(1), 211-212.

Hufnagel, G. L. (2008). Essay Review. [Review of the book: Sistering: Power and change in female relationships. Feminist Review, 88, (Special Issue: “War”),187-188.

Hufnagel, G.L. (2007). Essay Review. [Review of the book: Between women and genrations: Legacies of dignity] Feminist Review, 87, (Special Issue: “Italian Feminisms”), 154-155.

Hufnagel, G.L. & Coy, L. (Eds.).  (2003-2001). CAPTivations: Success Stories in Prevention. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma, Southwest Prevention Center.

Hufnagel, G. L. (Ed.) & Coy, L.(Eds.). (2003-2001). Prevention Briefings. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma, Southwest Prevention Center.

Hufnagel, G.L. &  Coy, L. (Eds.). (2002). CSAP'S Model Program: Southwest Region Implemention Guide, 1998-200l. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma, Southwest Prevention Center.

Hufnagel, G.L. (2001) Adults helping youth grow roots and wings: An overview of research on mentoring youth, 1999-2000. In G.L. Hufnagel & D. Blasiar (Eds.), Lessons in mentoring:
A guide to working with youth (2nd ed.), pp. 53-64.  Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma, Southwest Prevention Center.

Hufnagel, G.L., & Blasiar, D. (Eds.). (2001). Lessons in mentoring: A guide to working with youth (2nd ed.). Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma, Southwest Prevention Center.

Hufnagel, G. L. (2000, Spring). Women turning the world right side up: Bringing Native American women into the university curriculum--An interdisciplinary resource guide.(Special Issue: Native Americans). Transformations Journal, 11(1), 35-54.

Hufnagel, G.L. ( 2000). An Essay Review.[Review of the books: Ms. mentor's impeccable advice for women in academia; Shattering the myths: Women in academe; Gender on campus: Issues for College Women] NWSA  Journal, 12(2), 189-192.

Hufnagel, G.L. (l999). What's a nice professor like you doing on a military base? Teaching women's studies in unlikely places. Proceedings of the International Conference on Women in Higher Education (pp. 68-80). Washington, D.C.: National Association for Women in Higher Education.

Hufnagel, G.L. (l999). Forward. In Susan Louise Peterson, Feminism: A research and content workbook. Bethesda, MD: International Scholars Publications.

Hufnagel, G.L. (l998). Sitting in a southwest town. In Kay Roberts (Ed.), Word of mouth.
Wales, Great Britain: Penhaligon Page Press.

Hufnagel, G.L. (l998, Fall). In these hills: A personal reflection on education and class. (Special Issue: "How could you not hear it?": Writings on Race, Color, Whiteness). Transformations Journal, 9 (2), 25-36.

Hufnagel, G.L. (l998). Women, knowledge and voice: A personal reflection of knowing from the margin. Proceedings of the International Conference on Women in Higher Education
(pp.404-409). El Paso, TX: University of Texas at El Paso.

Hufnagel, G.L. (l997). Her first moontime: Southwest women's stories of menarche. Proceedings of the International Conference on the Emerging Literature of the Southwest (pp.141-152). El Paso, TX: University of Texas at El Paso.

Hufnagel, G. L. (1997). Translators: Working-class women teaching in the academy. Proceedings of the International Conference on Women in Higher Education (pp.205-209). El Paso, TX: University of Texas at El Paso.

Honors and Awards

Who's Who in the World

Who's Who in America

Who's Who in the South and Southwest

Who's Who in American Education

Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, University of Oklahoma, Charter Member

Pi Lambeda Theta International Honor Society

McNair Scholars Program Award,  McNair Scholars Faculty Mentor Award
(Spring 2000)

Presidential Commendation for University Service; Phillips Minority Scholars Faculty Mentors (Spring ,1999)

University Educators Teaching Award, Alpha Phi Omega (Delta Chapter)
(Spring, 1999)

Nominated for the 1998 Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association's Women's Caucus Awards for Excellence in Feminist Studies, Thirteenth Annual Awards Competition: Jan Backerman Award for the Best Published Article in Popular Culture and American Culture (Article, "Translators: Working-Class Women Teaching in the Academy")

Nominated for the 1998 Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association's Women's Caucus Awards for Excellence in Feminist Studies, Thirteenth Annual Awards Competition: Kathleen Gregory Klein Award for the Best Unpublished Article in Popular Culture and American Culture (Article, "Body Bound Knowledge: Comments on Learning and Teaching in Women's Studies")

Nominated, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation Dissertation Grant in Women's Studies, Princeton, NJ.

Selected / National Faculty Competition: 1996 National Faculty Competition for The Invitational Conference at the Women's Equity Institute. Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY.
(Paper:"Body Bound Knowledge: Comments on Learning and Teaching in Women's Studies")