Part-time Faculty
Office: Morton Hall 221
Phone: (256) 824-6248

Dr. Kellee J. Kirkpatrick has taught courses on American politics, state politics, public policy, research methods, and women in politics. Her research agenda examines issues of reproductive policy and specifically focuses on questions that concern how and why governments regulate private, social issues, including state regulation of assisted reproductive technologies; the HPV vaccine and parental rights; and the intersection between morality, public health, and economic interests.