Katie Lauve-Moon

Assistant Professor of Social Work; Affiliate Faculty, Women & Gender Studies

Annie Richardson Bass Building 2133

Katie.Lauve@tcu.edu | 817-257-6486

Education

2017-Ph.D. City, Culture, & Community (Sociology & Social Work)
Tulane University

2011-M.Div.
George Truett Theological Seminary

2010-MSW-Community Practice
Baylor University

2007-B.S. Marketing
Louisiana Tech University

Courses Taught

Social Policy
Introduction to Social Work (Social Issues)
Macro Social Work (Organizations, Communities, & Social Movements)
Professional Foundation

Taught Previously:

Gender & Work
Research Design

Areas of Focus

Gender, Sexuality, & Inequality
Gender & Work
Work & Organizations
Social Policy
Religion & Society

Cannon, C., Lauve-Moon, K., Buttell, F. 2015. “Re-Theorizing Intimate Partner Violence through Post-Structural Feminism, Queer Theory, and the Sociology of Gender.” Social Sciences, 4, 668-687.

Lauve-Moon, K., & Ferreira, R. J. (2017). An exploratory investigation: Post-disaster predictors of intimate partner violence. Clinical social work journal, 45(2), 124-135.

Gotham, K., Lauve-Moon, K., & Powers, B. (2017). Risk and Recovery: Understanding Flood Risk Perceptions in a Postdisaster City—The Case of New Orleans. Sociological Spectrum, 37(6), 335-352.

Gotham, K. F., Campanella, R., Lauve‐Moon, K., & Powers, B. (2017). Hazard Experience, Geophysical Vulnerability, and Flood Risk Perceptions in a Postdisaster City, the Case of New Orleans. Risk Analysis.