Carrie Hart

Carrie Hart has ten years of teaching experience in the areas of English and gender, along with women’s and sexuality studies. She has presented at national and regional conferences and symposia, and has received numerous awards for her work in educational and cultural studies and women’s and gender studies.


  • Lecturer and Adjunct Instructor, Appalachian State University, 2018-20
  • Upper School English Teacher, New Garden Friends School, 2015-18
  • Instructor, North Carolina Governor’s School, 2011-20
  • Adjunct Lecturer and Instructor, UNC Greensboro, 2010-20

Career Highlights

  • Presented at national and regional conferences and symposia including the South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Annual Meeting, the WGS Network of North Carolina Faculty Symposium: New Directions in Women’s & Gender Studies, the Assemblages: Anti-Oppression Works - UNCG Women’s & Gender Studies Research Symposium and the Southeast Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference

Awards, Recognitions and Honors

  • Luther Winborne Self Fellowship, 2014-16
  • Sally and Alan Cone Award for Outstanding Work in Women’s & Gender Studies, 2012
  • Sally and Alan Cone Special Projects Grant, 2010
  • Charlotte Roberts Graduate Award in WGS Leadership, 2009


Ph.D. Educational & Cultural StudiesUNC Greensboro

M.A. Women's and Gender StudiesUNC Greensboro

B.A. English, Gender and Women's StudiesHollins University