Diana Fox is a cultural and applied anthropologist, scholar-activist, diversity consultant and documentary film producer. Her work focuses on the Anglophone Caribbean, particularly Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago where she researches issues of gender and sexual diversity, women’s social movement activism for ecological sustainability, women's human rights and transnational feminisms and activism. She serves on a number of boards and committees including the Sexualities Working Group of the Caribbean Studies Association (CSA), the international advisory board of the Fondes Amandes Community Reforestation Project (FACRP) in Trinidad and Tobago, as faculty representative for BSU's Presidential Advisory Board to end Campus Sexual Violence and is the Founder and Editor of the open access, online Journal of International Women’s Studies. Dr. Fox is the executive producer of the documentary film, Earth, Water, Woman: Community and Sustainability in Trinidad and Tobago in conjunction with Sarafinaproductions. She is currently collaborating with J-FLAG, the first Jamaican LGBT human rights organization on a documentary titled Many Loves, One Heart: Stories of Diversity and Resilience.
"Learning from the Past, Planning for the Future: Empowering Future Generations of Women and Girls: A Keynote Address for the Second World Conference on Women’s Studies, Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 5, 2016,"
Journal of International Women's Studies: Vol. 18:
1, Article 2.
Since November 13, 2016