Clare Daniel is an Administrative Assistant Professor of Women's Leadership at Newcomb College Institute. She received her doctorate and master's in American Studies from the University of New Mexico and her bachelor's degree from Macalester College in German Studies and English with a Women and Gender Studies minor. Her book Mediating Morality: The Politics of Teen Pregnancy in the Post-Welfare Era was published in 2017 by the University of Massachusetts Press. Her work has also appeared in Signs: Journal of Women and Culture in Society, the edited MTV and Teen Pregnancy: Critical Essays on Teen Mom and 16 and Pregnant, and the library science journal Collection Building. She periodically teaches courses in the Department of Communication, the Gender and Sexuality Studies program, the Honors Program, and the Spark Residential Learning Community.
Mediating Morality: The Politics of Teen Pregnancy in the Post-Welfare Era (University of Massachusetts Press, 2017)
“‘Taming the Media Monster:’ Teen Pregnancy and the Neoliberal Safety (Inter)Net,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 39:4 (Summer 2014) 973-998
“Teen Sex, an Equal-Opportunity Menace: Multicultural Politics in 16 and Pregnant,” in MTV and Teen Pregnancy: Critical Essays on 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom, ed. Letizia Guglielmo (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2013) 79-92
Review of Laura Briggs, Somebody’s Children: The Politics of Transracial and Transnational Adoption, H-Ethnic, H-Net Reviews (March 2013)
Claire-Lise Bénaud and Clare Daniel, “The Lee Marmon Photographs: Chronicles of the West,” Collection Building 32:4 (October 2013) 133-138