Selina Gallo-Cruz is Assistant Professor of Sociology at College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. Selina is formerly a Gender, Conflict and Peacebuilding Fellow at the Kroc Institute and an American Sociological Association Minority Fellow. She earned her PhD from Emory University and her BA in Sociology from Wellesley College. Selina is currently working on a book manuscript that comparatively examines the emergence of women’s peace movements in Argentina, Serbia, and Liberia. She has published research on nonviolent social movements, women in nonviolent movements, INGOs and transnational mobilization, developments in global and cultural theory, and a number of other topics in such journals as Social Movement Studies, Research in Social Movements, Conflict, and Change, The European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology, Sociological Forum, Sociological Compass and Interface. Selina also serves on the Steering Council of the Worcester Women’s History Project and actively serves the Collective Behavior and Social Movements and Peace, War and Social Conflict Sections of the American Sociological Association.