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

Tera Agyepong   •   African American Studies, Northwestern University
Boundaries of Innocence: Race, Sex, and the Criminalization of Black Children in Chicago’s Juvenile Justice System,1896-1940

Kerry Crawford   •   Political Science, George Washington University
Punctuated Silence: Variation in the International Response to Wartime Sexual Abuse

The 2012 Women’s Studies Final Selection Committee has designated the Alicia S. Ostriker Fellowship in Women’s Studies, American Literature to:
Julie Enszer   •   Women’s Studies, University of Maryland
The Whole Naked Truth of Our Lives: Lesbian Print Culture in the United States from 1969 to 1989

Julia Kowalski   •   Comparative Human Development, University of Chicago
Claiming Care: Regulating Gendered Violence in Jaipur’s Women’s Rights Network

Nazanin Shahrokni   •   Sociology, University of California, Berkeley
Gender Segregated Spaces: Traversing the ‘Public’ in the Islamic Republic of Iran

Carly Thomsen   •   Feminist Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara
I’m Just Me: Queer Challenges to Visibility and Identity Politics from Lesbian Women in the Rural Midwest

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

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