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The 2014 Women’s Studies Fellows have been announced!

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The 2014 Women's Studies Fellows

* Dissertation titles are subject to change. The titles reflected here were correct at the time the awards were made.

Suzanne Clemenz • English, Purdue University
Morality Play: Framing “Family Values” in Contemporary Southern U.S. Narratives

Jenifer Dodd • History, Vanderbilt University
Compulsive Rapism: Psychiatric Theories of Rape, 1970-1990

Laura Hughes • French, New York University
“For Life”: Cixous’s and Derrida’s Shared Archives

Clara Latham • Music, New York University
Rethinking the Material Ear: Sound and Voice in Psychoanalysis

Adin Lears • English Language and Literature, Cornell University
World of Echo: Gender, Noise, and Knowing in Late-Medieval England

Ghassan Moussawi • Sociology, Rutgers University
Queering “Progress,” Interrogating the “Modern:” Gender, Class and Religion in Contemporary Lebanese Sexual Subjectivities

Genevieve Painter • Jurisprudence & Social Policy, University of California, Berkeley
Indigenous Women’s Rights versus Self-Determination: A Genealogy of the Conflict

Tamika Richeson • History, University of Virginia
“Wild Colored Woman”: A Legal and Cultural Examination of Black Female Criminality during Civil War Era Washington, D.C. 1830-1867

Elizabeth Rodriguez • English, Northwestern University
Consensual Relations: Sexual and Political Subjectivity in England, 1550-1700

Georgia Welch • History, Duke University
Right of Way: Equal Employment Opportunity and the Trans Alaska Pipeline, 1968-1977

* Dissertation titles are subject to change. The titles reflected here were correct at the time the awards were made.

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