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Dissertations

  • Tylir McKenzie
  • Shuxuan Zhou
  • Nina Young Kim, Ph.D. Dissertation
  • Monica De La Torre, Ph.D. Dissertation
  • alma khasawnih
  • Martha Gonzalez, Ph.D. Dissertation
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McKenzie, Tylir, et al. Praxis in the Trenches: A Self-Study of Feminist Assessment of Student Learning in Online Education, 2018, pp. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. Graduate, Dissertations Education, Feminist Pedagogy
Yulee, J., Ramamurthy, Priti, Nam, Hwasook, Reddy, Chandan, & Yee, Shirley. (2018). Expressive Struggles: Neoliberal Temporalities and the Social Reproduction of Feminized Labor in South Korea, ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. Graduate, Dissertations Gender, Labor
O'Laughlin, L., Ramamurthy, Priti, Swarr, Amanda, García, María Elena, Govindrajan, Radhika, & Mackenzie, Louisa. (2018). Toxic Animal Encounters: Queer Environmental Threats and Racialized Reproduction Anxieties, ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. Graduate, Dissertations Gender, Psychology, Sexuality
Byler, Darren. "Spirit Breaking: Uyghur Dispossession, Culture Work and Terror Capitalism in a Chinese Global City." PhD diss., University of Washington, 2018. Graduate, Dissertations Anthropology, Culture, East Asian, Ethnography, Gender, Race and Ethnicity, Violence and Trauma
khasawnih, alma. “Embodied Writing: Gender and Class in the Graffiti and Murals of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution.” PhD diss., University of Washington, 2018. Graduate, Dissertations Class, Gender, Near Eastern Studies, Public Art, Urban Studies, Visual Culture
Zhou, S., Welland, Sasha, Anagnost, Ann, Harrell, Stevan, & Ramamurthy, Priti. (2017). The Gendered Landscape of Chinese Forestry Reform: Labor, Narrative and Resistance, 1950s-Current, ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. Graduate, Dissertations Chinese, Gender, Labor
Rodríguez Coss, Noralis, Ginorio, Angela B., and Yee, Shirley J. Feminist Street Performances in Puerto Rico Alternative Imaginaries Shifting the Ideal(ized) National Body. Seattle]: U of Washington, 2016. Web. Graduate, Dissertations Caribbean, Gender, Public Art, Violence and Trauma, Women
Robert, Nicole, and Habell-Pallan, Michelle. Queering U.S. History Museums : Heteronormative Histories, Digital Disruptions. Seattle]: U of Washington, 2016. Web. Graduate, Dissertations Digital Arts, Gender, Museum Studies/Museology, Queer Studies, Sexuality, Women
De La Torre, Monica, Habell-Pallan, Michelle, Harewood, Susan, and Yee, Shirley. Feminista Frequencies: Tuning In to Chicana Radio Activism in the Pacific Northwest, 1975-1990 (2016): ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. Web. Graduate, Dissertations Activism, Chicana/o, Communication, Hispanic Studies, Radio, Women, Women of Color
Nina Young Kim. “’The Call of God’: Korean American Women’s Activism in the Pacific Northwest.” Diss. U of Washington, 2013. Graduate, Dissertations Asian American, Korean, Religion, Women, Women of Color
Byrd, Renée M., and Allen, David G. 'Punishment's Twin' : Theorizing Prisoner Reentry for a Politics of Abolition. Seattle]: U of Washington, 2013. Web. Graduate, Dissertations Crime and Criminality, Culture, Ethnography, Women
Gonzalez, Martha, and Habell-Pallán, Michelle. Chican@ Artivistas : East Los Angeles Trenches, Transborder Tactics. Seattle]: U of Washington, 2013. Web. Graduate, Dissertations Chicana/o, Community, Dance, Music, Popular Culture, Popular Music, Women of Color
Knoll, Kristina. Feminist Disability Studies: Theoretical Debates, Activism, Identity Politics, & Coalition Building 73.12 (2013): Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol.73(12). Web. Graduate, Dissertations Activism, Collaboration, Community, Feminism
Castner, Rebecca., and Ginorio, Angela. Manufacturing Identities, Producing Poverty : Criminalizing Poor Women through Welfare Fraud. U of Washington, 2012. Web. Graduate, Dissertations Class, Crime and Criminality, Women
Knoll, Kristina. Feminist Disability Studies: Theoretical Debates, Activism, Identity Politics, & Coalition Building 73.12 (2013): Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol.73(12). Web. Graduate, Dissertations Queer Studies

Sara Diaz. “Gender, race, and science: A feminista analysis of women of color in science.” Diss. U of Washington, 2012.

Graduate, Dissertations Gender, Race and Ethnicity, Science and Technology, Women of Color, Women
Amy Bhatt. “At Home in Globalization: Social Reproduction, Transnational Migration, and the Circulating Indian IT Household.” Diss. U of Washington, 2011. Graduate, Dissertations Indian, Reproduction, Transnational

Amy Peloff. “Unexpected feminisms: How popular culture brought feminism beyond the movement.” Diss. U of Washington, 2011.

Graduate, Dissertations Feminism, Feminist Theory, Popular Culture

Zakiya Adair. “Negotiating spectacle: Florence Mills, Josephine Baker & Adelaide Hall, transnational black women's expressive culture 1920-1935.” Diss. U of Washington, 2010.

Graduate, Dissertations 20th Century, Women of Color, Transnational, Culture, Women

Janice Kinney. “Making Church: The Experience of Spirituality in Women’s Choruses.” Diss. U of Washington, 2010.

Graduate, Dissertations Women, Music

Alyssa Hellrung. “Athletic girls: External support, internal motivation, and advanced participation in sport.” Diss. U of Washington, 2009.

Graduate, Dissertations Women, Gender
Julianne F. Severson. “The discourse of conflict: A new reading of court-ordered Cesareans.” Diss. U of Washington, 2009. Graduate, Dissertations Body, Law and Political Thought, Medicine, Reproduction, Women
Bushnell, Jeanette Marie. "I Can Think of a Lot of Stories." : Shared Knowledges, Indigenous Methodology and Purposeful Conversations with Sixteen Native Women in Seattle. U of Washington, 2009. Print. Graduate, Dissertations American Indian/Native American, Women, Women of Color
Cocoa and cash, culture and chocolate : a feminist analysis of development and trade in Ghana and BritainKristy Leissle2008 Thesis (Ph. D.) -- University of Washington, 2008 Graduate, Dissertations Feminism

Karen Rosenberg. “From moderate chastisement to mandatory arrest: Responses to violence against women in Canada and the United States.” Diss. U of Washington, 2008.

Graduate, Dissertations Violence and Trauma, American, Crime and Criminality

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