Domale Dube Keys

Adjunct Professor, Department of Women and Gender Studies

Domale Dube Keys, Ph.D. is an adjunct professor in the Department of Women and Gender Studies at the University of Arizona in Tucson. She is a transborder feminist with research experience in the global north and south whose work aims to reshape discourse around issues of human rights, race, gender, and sexuality to support transnational movement-building around the globe. Her research has documented the experiences of women who are involved in nonviolent organizing in Nigeria and their transnational organizing in the US. Her current work pushes for a critical theory of violence based on her work with Black indigenous communities and research on sexual violence organizing across college campuses. She has been the recipient of the International Center for Nonviolent Conflict Dissertation Fellowship and the UCLA Center for the Study of Women policy brief award. She has also served on the editorial board of UFAHAMU: A Journal of African Studies. Most recently, Keys served as Diversity Fellow at Augustana College in Illinois where she taught courses in political science and women and gender studies. She has worked for over a decade in the nonprofit sector on issues of violence against women and reproductive health.