Graduate Research Grant Recipients Fall 1998 - Spring 2000
Mara Amster Attended Folger Institute seminar, "Researching the Renaissance"
Lina Kawar Research on the attitudes of Jordanian women toward breast cancer and the impact of their participation in self-care and screening programs
Mary Kate Kelly Presented "As Seen on TV: Scandal, Media Excess and 'Excessive' Female Sexuality in Gus Van Sant's To Die For" at Society for Cinema Studies Conference
Tyra Seldon Presented "The Imaginary Calm and the Realistic Abyss: Black Women as Cultural Markers and Makers" at the National Association of African American Studies Conference
Tina Takemoto Presented "Three on a Match: Race, Trauma, Collaborative Performance" at the Testimonial Cultures and Feminist Agendas Conference
Elizabeth Wells Research for dissertation, "West Side Storys: Perspectives on a Great American Musical"
Stephen Jenkins Presenting "Gender-Related Attitudes and Characteristics in Dating Aggression" at the American Psychological Association Conference
Jennifer Klein Presented "Nervousness and Gender at the Turn of the Century" at the Northeast Modern Languages Association convention
Alyssa O'Brien Presented "Not being Clarissa any more: the Metamorphosis of Mrs. Dalloway" at the Virginia Woolf conference, and "'theyre not going to be chaining me up': Moving Molly Bloom in the Twenty-first Century" at the James Joyce Conference
Elizabeth Wells Will be presenting "A Quiet Russian Family: Lady Macbeth and Sexual Politics in the Stalinist Era" at the Feminist Music and Theory 5 Conference