Dissertation Fellowship Recipients
Adrienne Morgan, Warner School of Education
"Critical Race Theory: A Counter-Narrative of African American Male Medical Students Attending Predominantly White Medical Schools"
"Gender, Tenure and The Pursuit of Work-Life-Family Stability: An Exploration of Female Faculty Experiences at a 'New Ivy' Research Institution"
Michelle Finn, Department of History
"A Modern Necessity: Feminism, Popular Culture, and American Womanhood, 1920-1948"
Dinah Holtzman, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
"Portrait of the Post-Modern Artist as Hysteric"
- Kathleen Casey, Department of History
“Crossdressers and Racecrossers: Intersections of Gender and Race in American Popular Vaudeville, 1900-1930”
- Elizabeth Kalbfleisch, Department of Art and Art History/Program of Visual and Cultural Studies
“Bordering on Feminism: Home and Transnational Sites in Recent Visual Cultural and Native Women’s Art”
- Jennifer Lightweis-Goff , Department of English
" 'Blood at the Root:' Lynching as American Cultural Nexus "
- Amy Fenstermaker, Department of English
"Bridging the Gap between (white) Metafiction & (black) Self-Reflexivity"
- Kathleen Utter King, School of Nursing
“Association Testing of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Implicated Allelic Variants in Women with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus and Matched Controls”
April Miller, Department of English
“Offending Women: Modernism, Crime, and Creative Production”
- Tatyana Bakhmetyeva , Department of History
“From Sotia Svechina to Madame Swetchiine, (1782-1857): The Construction of Female Authority in Nineteenth-Century Russia and France ”
- T'ai Smith, Department of Art and Art History/Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
“Weaving Work at the Bauhaus: The Gender and Engendering of a Medium, 1919-1937”
- Daniel Humphrey, Department of Art and Art History/Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
“Projected Affects/Constructed Subjects: Considering the Queer American Spectator of ‘Foreign' Feature Films”
- Tara McCarthy, Department of History
“True Women, Trade Unionists, and the Lessons of Tammany Hall”
- Tatyana Bakhmetyeva, Department of History
"From Sotia Svechina to Madame Swetchiine, (1782-1857): The Construction of Female Authority in Nineteenth-Century Russia and France"
- Lisa Soccio, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
"Nothing's Shocking: On the Persistence of Avant-Gardism in Alternative Music"
- Jacalyn Eddy, Department of History
"Bookwomen: Creating a Cultural Empire in Children's Book Publishing"
- Joseph Wlodarz, Department of English/Film Studies
"Hard Times, Soft Bodies: Masculinity and Sexuality in ’70s U.S. Culture"
- Mara Amster, Department of English
"Reading and Writing the Female Body: Sexuality and Legibility in Early Modern Discourses"
- Narin Hassan, Department of English
"Foreign Bodies: Medicine, Gender and Colonialism in Nineteenth-Century British Culture"
- Lynn Wemett Nichols, School of Nursing
"Prediction of Adherence of Women to Health Care Regimens"
- Kelly Hankin, Department of English
"Public Access: Imaging the Lesbian Bar in Film and Video"
- Lina Najib Kawar, School of Nursing
"Exploring the Knowledge of, Attitudes Toward, and Participation of Women of Jordanian Heritage in Breast Screening Programs"