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Dissertations

  • Nina Young Kim, Ph.D. Dissertation
  • Noralis Rodriguez Coss, Ph.D. Dissertation
  • Martha Gonzalez, Ph.D. Dissertation
  • Monica De La Torre, Ph.D. Dissertation
  • Shuxuan Zhou
  • Renee Byrd, Ph.D. Dissertation
Author/Titlesort descending Research Type Related Fields

Brianna Blaser. “More than just lab partners: Women scientists and engineers married and partnered to other scientists and engineers.” Diss. U of Washington, 2008.

Graduate, Dissertations Science and Technology, Women

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.

Graduate, Dissertations Animal Studies, Indian, Motherhood

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

Graduate, Dissertations Women, Music

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

Kristy Leissle. “Cocoa and cash, culture and chocolate: a feminist analysis of ‘free’ and ‘fair’ trade in Ghana and Britain.” Diss. U of Washington, 2008.

Graduate, Dissertations Culture, African, English, Feminism, Economics, Political Economy

Mae Henderson. “Fractured mothering: African American mothers at the crossroads of expectations and reality.” Diss. U of Washington, 2006.

Graduate, Dissertations Motherhood, Reproduction, African American, Women of Color, Women

Michelle McGowan. “Stem cells, genetic selection, and strong embryos: A feminist analysis of preimplantation genetic diagnosis.” Diss. U of Washington, 2007.

Graduate, Dissertations Science and Technology, Women, Reproduction, Medicine

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

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

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