Thesis Award Recipients

Gabrielle Marzke '17
Rhetorical Construction of Responsible Parenthood  and Reproduction in the Context of Indiana Social Services

Abigail Bartels '16
My Strategy Brings All The Boys To The Yard: An analysis of the gender gap and its impact on the swing vote in United States presidential elections

Sarah Helen Murphy '15
Commanding Kinship: The Role of the Family in the Advancement of Antebellum Women’s Education

Lindsay Dun '14
Breaking the Lonely Mirror: An Analysis of Sociopolitical Mobilization within the Italian Feminist Movement from the 1970’s to the Present

Kathleen A. Monahan '13
“Intelligent, Efficient, Industrious, Dishonest, and Dishonorable”: Conflicting Views of Working Women in the 1914 Chicago Waitress Strike

Melissa Buddie '12
Student Perceptions of Peer Sexual Harassment: The “Where” and the “How” Matter More than the “Who”

Kyla Wargel '12
Mother and Father Speech Style as a Predictor of Insightfulness and Attachment

Robyn Grant '11
But who will do the dishes? Negotiating socialism with femininity in Mujeres magazine Cuba, 1961-1965

Amanda Lewis '10
Perceptions and Realities: Discerning the Relationship Between Mayan Women and the Roman Catholic Church

Daniel A. Nolan IV ’09
Out of the Closet and Into the Fire: Gay Teen Identity in a Heterosexist Society

Jamie Grebowski ’08
Segregation by Sex: Estimating the Effects of Single Sex Schools on Further Education

Stacey Williams ’08
Objectivity and Gender in Science: Implications for Psychology

Lizzi Shappell ’07
Evaluating Gender-Focused Initiatives in International Development: A Case Study of Afghanistan