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2017 Women's Studies Fellows

Rosie Bermudez • University of California Santa Barbara, Chicana and Chicano studies
Doing Dignity Work: Alicia Escalante and the East Los Angeles Welfare Rights Organization, 1967-1974

Lindsey Breitwieser • Indiana University, gender studies
Dead Mothers, Live Births: Postmortem Pregnancies and the Necropolitics of Biological Life

Anne Gray Fischer • Brown University, history
Arrestable Behavior: Women, Police Power, and the Making of Law-and-Order America, 1930-1980

Karen Hanna • University of California, Santa Barbara, feminist studies
Makibaka!: A Feminist Social History of the Transnational Filipina/o American Left, 1969-1992

Alexandra Magearu • University of California, Santa Barbara, comparative literature
Phenomenologies of Embodiment in Transnational Arab Women’s Literature in French and English

Dana Murphy • University of California, Irvine, English
Divine Quiet: Phillis Wheatley’s Gentle Mastery of Meter, Genre, and Address

Rachel Nolan • New York University, history
“Children for Export”: A History of International Adoption from Guatemala

Tatiana Rabinovich • University of Arizona, Middle Eastern and North African studies
Laboring on the Margins: Muslim Women, Precarity, and Potentiality in Russia

Danica Savonick • CUNY Graduate Center, English
The Promise of Aesthetic Education: On Pedagogy, Praxis, and Social Justice

Catherine Wineinger • Rutgers University, political science
Gendering the GOP: Republican Women and the Evolution of Women’s Representation in Congress

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