Jennifer Inglett is a third year PhD student in the Department of International Affairs. A native of Athens, GA, she graduated from the University of Georgia with a B.A. in International Affairs and currently holds a research specialist position at the Carl Vinson Institute of Government.
Jennifer Inglett is a third year PhD student whose research agenda is unapologetically feminist in nature. A native of Athens GA, Jennifer graduated in 2008 from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Affairs. Shortly after graduation, she and her husband launched Hendershot’s Coffee, a full service bar, music venue and coffee shop. Missing the intellectual rigor of the academic environment, Jennifer decided to rejoin the Department of International Affairs as a graduate student. Over the past three years she has held research assistantships with the Carl Vinson Institute of Government and the Department of International Affairs. She recently accepted a professional position with the Division of Governmental and Research Services (CVIOG) as a research specialist. When Jennifer is not working, researching feminism and dissent, or arguing she can usually be found hanging out with her husband, two children, and her giant dog, Lou. Her other interests include, but are not limited to: science fiction, graphic novels, eating, and pondering the deeper questions of life. She hopes to one day play a hands on role in furthering equality between the genders globally and continues to build her research to support this endeavor.
B.A., University of Georgia 2008, International Relations
Feminist political discourse, origins of motivation to political action, and political violence underscore Jennifer’s research agenda. On the peripheral, she also studies elements of security as it pertains to terrorism and terrorism’s effect on the liberal democratic state.