Sandy Wenger is a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Southern California. She holds a PhD in anthropology from the University of California Irvine as well as an MA in Visual Anthropology from the University of Kent. As a queer anthropologist, her work focuses on understandings and practices of love among men participating in the Bear community—a queer subculture—in Malaysia. She examines how these men navigate romantic relationships and negotiate ideas around masculinity, sexuality, and the body through the lens of queer love. Dr. Wenger has extensive experience teaching having worked as an Assistant Professor of Teaching at UOW Malaysia’s KDU University College campus. She has been teaching a diverse range of courses in the fields of Cultural Anthropology and Visual Anthropology both at USC and in other institutions, including the History of Anthropological Theory, Anthropological Research Methods,Sex and Gender in an Anthropological Perspective, Anthropology of the Body, Exploring Culture through Film, Global Media, and Southeast Asian Migration.