Women and Gender Studies Theses
Margo Cramer, Women Runners, Title IX and Eating Disorders, 2012.
Ansally Njeri Juria, When it Hit Close to Home: My Journey to Understanding and Reconciling my Contradictory feelings towards Female Genital Cutting, 2012.
Wolayat Tabasum, Street Harassment in Kabul, Afghanistan: the Seeds for Agency, 2012.
Caitlin Ross Willis, Letting it All Go Straight to My Hips, 2012.
Amy Lynn Kwak,Always the Other:Biracial American-Japanese Narratives of Racial Discourse Negotiation, 2011.
Carla Cevasco, From “It-girl” to Forgotten Poet: A Cultural Reading of Edna St. Vincent Millay’s Reputation, 2011.
Christine Bachman, Grabbing Madonna’s Crotch: Queering Gender, Sexuality, Race, Class and Age, 2009.
Rayna Rogowsky, Herstory Helping History: ‘The Visions and Struggles of the Battered Women’s Movement’ in Vermont, 2009.
Zohra Safi, A Union of Coercion and Arrangement — Forced and Arranged Marriages in Afghanistan,2009.
Aifuwa Ehigiator, In the Shadow of Wall Street: The Subprime Crisis and its Impact on Women, 2008.
Noor Puthawala, Inventing Marriage: 'Tradition' in Indian and Diasporic Cinemas, 2007.
Lauren Curatolo, Breaking Through the C.U.N.T. (Control, Underrepresentation, Neglect, and Tradition) Matrix; Entering the Hymen: Algerian Women and the Virginity Value, 2006.
Justina Ngo, Sweetness and Subordination, 2004.
Julai Emiko Noguchi, The Female Excision Debate in Contemporary France, 1998.
Ashley G. Nill, A Potent Mix of Fairy Tales and Feminism: Angela Carter’s ‘The Bloody Chamber’, 1995.
Nancy G. Lord, Mexican American Women’s Health: Attitudes, Issues, and Obstacles: The Case of Austin, Texas, 1994.
Amanda Baker, Images of the Prostitute in Theatre: A Feminist Perspective, 1994.
Kathryn Becker, At Framed in Feminisim, 1994.
Lisa M. Darak, Let the Women Speak…Through Music: A Discussion of the Commonalities and Differences Between Fanny Crosby and Amy Grant Looking for a Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Woman’s Voice in Christian Music, 1992.
Tracey A. Merrill, Gender Differences in Middlebury College Students’ Environmental Perception of their Campus: The Impact of Landscapes of Fear in Middlebury College Women Students’ Mobility, 1992.
Hillary A. Miller, Returning to the Feminine: A Comparison of N. Scott Momaday’s ‘House of Dawn’ and Leslie Marmon Silko’s ‘Ceremony”, 1992.