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Graduate Program

Graduate Teaching Fellowship Recipients

Julia Tulke, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
"The Politics of Location: Space, Place, and Gender" Spring 2021

Alicia Chester, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
"Robot Love: Decoding Gender in Technology" Fall 2020

Patrick Sullivan, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
"Televising Gender" Spring 2020

Rohma Khan, Department of History
"Working Women: From the Gendered Household to Labor Activism" Fall 2019

Marianne Kupin-Lisbin, Department of History
"Women in Motion: A History of Women Travelers and their Search for Meaning", Spring 2019

Gyasi Byng, Department of English
"Monstrous Black Bodies in the American Imagination", Fall 2018

Almudena Escobar López, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
"Gender and Sexuality in Protests and Film Activism", Spring 2018

Tracy Stuber, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
"What does a feminist look like? Feminism, Art, and Activism", Fall 2017

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