Graduate Dissertation Fellowship Recipients 1999 - 2004
- Tatyana Bakhmetyeva, Department of History
Svechina to Madame Swetchiine, (1782-1857): The Construction of
Female Authority in Nineteenth-Century Russia and France"
- Lisa Soccio, Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
"Nothing's Shocking: On the Persistence of Avant-Gardism in Alternative
- Jacalyn Eddy, Department of History
"Bookwomen: Creating a Cultural Empire in Children's Book Publishing"
- Joseph Wlodarz, Department of English/Film Studies
"Hard Times, Soft Bodies: Masculinity and Sexuality in ’70s U.S. Culture"
- Mara Amster, Department of English
"Reading and Writing the Female Body: Sexuality and Legibility in Early Modern Discourses"
- Narin Hassan, Department of English
"Foreign Bodies: Medicine, Gender and Colonialism in Nineteenth-Century British Culture"
- Lynn Wemett Nichols, School of Nursing
"Prediction of Adherence of Women to Health Care Regimens"
- Kelly Hankin, Department of English
"Public Access: Imaging the Lesbian Bar in Film and Video"
- Lina Najib Kawar, School of Nursing
"Exploring the Knowledge
of, Attitudes Toward, and Participation of Women of Jordanian Heritage
in Breast Screening Programs"