Dyann Logwood

Dyann Logwood

Part-time Lecturer Wayne State University
Full-time Lecturer Eastern Michigan University

Dyann Logwood

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

  • Femtor/Mentor Programs, Intersectionality, Multidimensional Dialogues on Race/Racism, Cross-Cultural Communication, Feminism, Women’s Movements, Human Rights Activism, Violence Against Women, Body Image/Self-Esteem, Community-Building, Community Engagement, Religion and Spirituality, Self-Care, Black Feminist Pedagogy, Black Feminist Ethics of Care


  • Doctoral Candidate in Education Studies, Eastern Michigan University
  • Completed coursework for Doctorate in Communications Studies, Wayne State University
  • M.A., Communications, Eastern Michigan University
  • M.A., Women’s Studies, Eastern Michigan University
  • B.A., Women’s Studies and Communications, University of Michigan

Awards and grants

  •  2017 Outstanding Full-time Lecturer Award-Eastern Michigan University



Currently teaching

  •  GSW 2700 Perspectives on Gender, Sexuality, and Women

Courses taught

Introduction to Women’s Studies, Introduction to Gender and Sexuality, Gender in a Transnational World, Conversations With Girls, Women in Social Movements, Black Women, Politics and Racism, Black Women, Religion and Sexism, Black Feminist Thought, Introduction to African-American Studies Interracial/Interethnic Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Intercultural Communication, Public Speaking, Introduction to the University Course: Poetics of Hip-Hop, Introduction to the University/FIG course: Gender in the Media.

Other qualifications directly relevant to courses taught

 Online Teaching Certification