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|Image||Author/Title||People Involved||Related Fields|
|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.||
Adviser: Priti Ramamurthy
|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.||
Adviser: Priti Ramamurthy
|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.||Adviser: Sasha Su-Ling Welland||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.||
Adviser: Sasha Su-Ling Welland
|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.||
Adviser: Sasha Su-Ling Welland
|Chinese, Gender, Labor|
|The Gendered Landscape of Chinese Forestry Reform: Labor, Narrative and Resistance, 1950s-Current||Adviser: Sasha Su-Ling Welland||Chinese, 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.||Adviser: Angela Ginorio, Adviser: Shirley J. Yee||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.||Adviser: Michelle Habell-Pallán||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.||Adviser: Michelle Habell-Pallán, Adviser: Shirley J. Yee||Activism, Chicana/o, Communication, Hispanic Studies, Radio, Women, Women of Color|
|Gonzalez, Martha, and Habell-Pallán, Michelle. Chican@ Artivistas : East Los Angeles Trenches, Transborder Tactics. Seattle]: U of Washington, 2013. Web.||Adviser: Michelle Habell-Pallán||Chicana/o, Community, Dance, Music, Popular Culture, Popular Music, Women of Color|
|Nina Young Kim. “’The Call of God’: Korean American Women’s Activism in the Pacific Northwest.” Diss. U of Washington, 2013.||Adviser: Shirley J. Yee||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.||Crime and Criminality, Culture, Ethnography, 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.||Queer Studies|
Sara Diaz. “Gender, race, and science: A feminista analysis of women of color in science.” Diss. U of Washington, 2012.
|Gender, Race and Ethnicity, Science and Technology, Women of Color, 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.||Adviser: Angela Ginorio||Activism, Collaboration, Community, Feminism|
|Castner, Rebecca., and Ginorio, Angela. Manufacturing Identities, Producing Poverty : Criminalizing Poor Women through Welfare Fraud. U of Washington, 2012. Web.||Adviser: Angela Ginorio||Class, Crime and Criminality, Women|
Amy Peloff. “Unexpected feminisms: How popular culture brought feminism beyond the movement.” Diss. U of Washington, 2011.
|Feminism, Feminist Theory, Popular Culture|
|Amy Bhatt. “At Home in Globalization: Social Reproduction, Transnational Migration, and the Circulating Indian IT Household.” Diss. U of Washington, 2011.||Adviser: Priti Ramamurthy||Indian, Reproduction, Transnational|
Zakiya Adair. “Negotiating spectacle: Florence Mills, Josephine Baker & Adelaide Hall, transnational black women's expressive culture 1920-1935.” Diss. U of Washington, 2010.
|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.
Alyssa Hellrung. “Athletic girls: External support, internal motivation, and advanced participation in sport.” Diss. U of Washington, 2009.
|Alyssa Hellrung||Women, Gender|
|Julianne F. Severson. “The discourse of conflict: A new reading of court-ordered Cesareans.” Diss. U of Washington, 2009.||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.||Jeanette Bushnell||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||Kristy Leissle||Feminism|
Dipika Nath. “Feral disorders and colonial exclusions: Animal reared feral children, discourses of animality, and the treatment of animals in colonial India.” Diss. U of Washington, 2008.
|Animal Studies, Indian, Motherhood|