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Graduate Program

Graduate Teaching Fellowship Recipients

  • John Komdat, Department of Philosophy
    "The Gendered Nature of Academia: Philosophy as a Case Study", Spring 2017

  • Lauren DiGiulio, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
    "The Feminist Body in Peformance", Fall 2016

  • Lisa Vandenbossche, Department of English
    "The Politics of Space: Gender, Identity and Place in American Women’s Writing", Spring 2016

  • Joel Neville Anderson, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
    "Women's Personal Cinema", Fall 2015

  • Lina Zigelyte, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
    "Ableism and Dissent: Body, Gender, and Sexuality" Spring 2015

  • Hend Alawadhi, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
    "Middle Eastern Women in Graphic Novels and Comic Books" Fall 2014

  • Carly Chasin, Department of English
    "Baby Steps: The Evolution of Motherhood on Primetime Television" Spring 2014

  • Tiffany Barber, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
    "Afro Future Females" Fall 2013

  • Rachel Chaffee, Warner School of Education
    "'One Eye Open': Feminism, Women, and Scientific Knowing" Spring 2013

  • Berin Golonu, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
    "Beyond the Veil" Fall 2012

  • Michelle Finn, Department of History
    "Sex and Power in Nineteenth-Century America" Spring 2012

  • Rebecca Burditt, Program of Visual and Cultural Studies
    “Spectacular, Spectacular! Gender & Sexuality in the Hollywood Musical” Fall 2011

  • John Havard, Department of English
    “Gender, Identity & Social Protest in U.S. Sentimental Culture” Spring 2011

  • Jessica Horton, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
    "Feminism? Fine Art? First Nations Perspectives" Fall 2010

  • Heidi Bollinger, Department of English
    "'Becoming Woman:' Autobiography and the Construction of Gender" Spring 2010

  • Dinah Holtzman, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
    "Politics of Cultural Morality" Fall 2009

  • Margaret Yerdon, Warner School of Education
    "Women in Sports" Spring 2009

  • Daniel Hutchins, Department of English
    "Globalizing Women" Fall 2008

  • Maia Dauner, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
    “Gender and Bodies in Performance Art” Spring 2008

  • Aviva Dove-Viebahn, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
    “Fighting Femmes: Action Heroines in American Culture” Fall 2007

  • Hossein Khosrowjah, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
    "Women and Film Genres” Spring 2007

  • Amy Fenstermaker, Department of English
    “'Who says we can't flow?': Exploring Gender Stereotypes in Rap” Fall 2006

  • Jennifer Ailles, Department of English
    "(Re)constructing Gender Through Fairy Tales" Spring 2006

  • Lisa Uddin, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
    "Representing the Family in American Culture" Fall 2005

  • Liz Czach, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
    “Born to Shop: Gender and Consumer Culture” Spring 2005

  • April Miller, Department of English
    "Minding the Body: Gender and the Culture of Mental Illness" Fall 2004

  • Barbara Brickman, Department of English
    "Fandom and Gender" Spring 2004

  • Lucy Curzon, Program of Visual and Cultural Studies
    "Guerilla Girls and Righteous Babes: Culture and Feminism(s) in Contemporary America" Fall 2003

  • Daniel Humphrey, Program of Visual and Cultural Studies
    "Homosexuality in Film" Spring 2003

  • Joanna Grant, Department of English
    "Whodunit? and Why?" Fall 2002

  • Lisa Soccio, Program of Visual and Cultural Studies
    "Gender and Popular Music" Spring 2002

  • Leslie Hazel-Fernandez, Department of Clinical and Social Sciences
    "Psychology of African American Women: Relationships, Sexuality, and Health" Spring 2002

  • Andrea Patterson, Department of Philosophy
    "Women….What Can We Say?" Spring 2001

  • Jennifer Hudak, Department of English, and Ed Chan, English Department
    "Science/Fiction: Technology, Gender, and Identity" Fall 2000

  • Narin Hassan, Department of English
    "Women, Culture and Travel" Spring 2000

  • Mara Amster, Department of English
    "Women, Sex, and Society" Fall 1999

  • Sangita Gopal, Department of English
    "Global Feminisms" Spring 1999

  • Helen Bittel, Department of English
    "Growing Up Female" Fall 1998