Christina Fattore is an associate professor of political science at West Virginia University. She is also a faculty affiliate in the International Studies program and the Women's and Gender Studies program. She teaches classes relating to international political economy, gender and international relations, and international organizations. Her research agenda focuses on three specific areas. First, she publishes on the effects of power and self-interest in international trade governance. Second, she publishes on discipline wide issues regarding women in the profession, and third, she publishes on issues relating to mentoring and the pedagogy of care, recognition and authenticity. Her recent research has appeared in Social Science Quarterly, International Studies Perspectives, and PS: Political Science and Politics.