WWNFF

The Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship in Women’s Studies

Application Deadline: October 15, 2019

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The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation Dissertation Fellowships in Women’s Studies, 2018

Tazeen Ali • Boston University, religious studies
Rethinking Interpretative Authority: Gender, Race, and Scripture at the Women’s Mosque of America

Maria Baiocchi • University of Pittsburgh, anthropology
Becoming Workers: Changing Labor Laws and Domestic Workers’ Challenges in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Angela Carter • University of Minnesta, gender, women, and sexuality studies
Disabling PTSD: Toward a Crip Critique of PTSD

Yige Dong • Johns Hopkins University, sociology
From Textile Mill Town to iPhone City: Gender, Class, and the Politics of Care in an Industrializing China (1949-present)

Yessica Garcia Hernandez • University of California—San Diego, ethnic studies
Intoxicated by Jenni Rivera: Digital Chingona Solidarity, Sonic Pedagogies, and The Erotics of Fandom

Savannah Kilner • University of California—Los Angeles, gender studies
Pride and Property: Queer Settler Colonialism, Blackness, and the Landed Politics of Solidarity

Jinsook Kim • University of Texas at Austin, radio, television, and film
Contesting Hate: Online Misogyny and Anti-Hate Feminist Activism in South Korea

Miranda Marraccini • Princeton University, English
Feminist Types: Reading the Victoria Press

Allegra Midgette • University of California—Berkeley, education
Gendered Household Labor Distribution & Morality: Social & Moral Reasoning in Chinese & South Korean Families

Jillian Plummer • University of Notre Dame, history
Saving Latin America: Catholic Sisters, Communism, and the Cold War, 1958-1979

 

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