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  • Dissertations Recently Completed in Related Fields
Abram, Susan Marie. “‘Souls in the Treetops’: Cherokee War, Masculinity, and Community, 1760–1820.” PhD diss., Auburn University, 2009. Pp. 270.
Carney, Charity Rakestraw. “Serving Two Masters: Methodism and the Negotiation of Masculinity in the Antebellum South.” PhD diss., University of Alabama, 2009. Pp. 283.
Casteen, Elizabeth. “The Making of a Neapolitan She-Wolf: Gender, Sexuality, and Sovereignty and the Reputation of Johanna I of Naples.” PhD diss., Northwestern University, 2009. Pp. 447.
Davis, Ann Marie Lynn. “Bodies, Numbers, and Empires: Representing ‘The Prostitute’ in Modern Japan (1850–1912).” PhD diss., University of California Los Angeles, 2009. Pp. 348.
De Vries, Roland J. “Toward a Theological Ethics of Sexual Difference: Luce Irigaray and Soren Kierkegaard on Mediation and Intersubjectivity between Man and Woman.” PhD diss., McGill University, 2008. Pp. 363.
Ericsson, Susan. “Tales of Sex: Screen Reflections on Sex, Sexuality, and Representation, 1996–2005.” PhD diss., Northwestern University, 2009. Pp. 172.
Fabella, Yvonne Eileen. “Inventing the Creole Citizen: Race, Sexuality and the Colonial Order in Pre-revolutionary Saint Domingue.” PhD diss., State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2008. Pp. 335.
Fagley, Robert M. “Bachelors, Bastards, and Nomadic Masculinity: Illegitimacy in Guy de Maupassant and André Gide.” PhD diss., University of Pittsburgh, 2009. Pp. 282. [End Page 369]
Flaschka, Monika J. “Race, Rape and Gender in Nazi-Occupied Territories.” PhD diss., Kent State University, 2009. Pp. 271.
Keane, Katarina. “Second-Wave Feminism in the American South, 1965–1980.” PhD diss., University of Maryland, College Park, 2009. Pp. 413.
Kilker, Robert F. “Masculine Domination and Infantile Phantasy: A Kleinian Analysis of the Hepburn-Tracy Film Cycle.” PhD diss., Lehigh University, 2010. Pp. 165.
Lamm, Zachary Neil. “The Queer Work of Fantasy: The Romance in Antebellum America.” PhD diss., Loyola University, 2009. Pp. 226.
Manzano, Valeria. “The Making of Youth in Argentina: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality, 1956–1976.” PhD diss., Indiana University, 2009. Pp. 411.
Maxwell, Kelena Reid. “Birth behind the Veil: African American Midwives and Mothers in the Rural South, 1921–1962.” PhD diss., Rutgers The State University of New Jersey, 2009. Pp. 208.
McCreery, Patrick. “Miami Vice: Anita Bryant, Gay Rights, and Child Protectionism.” PhD diss., New York University, 2009. Pp. 311.
McKenna, Susan E. “Seeing Lesbian Queerly: Visibility, Community, and Audience in 1980s Northampton, Massachusetts.” PhD diss., University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2009. Pp. 353.
Noel, Samantha. “Carnival Is Woman! Gender, Performance, and Visual Culture in Contemporary Trinidad Carnival.” PhD diss., North Carolina University, 2009. Pp. 425.
Olsen, Stephanie. “Raising Fathers, Raising Boys: Informal Education and Enculturation in Britain, 1880–1914.” PhD diss., McGill University, 2008. Pp. 337.
Ritcey, Joanne Marie. “Hegemonic Heterosexuality, Moral Regulation and the Rhetoric of Choice: Single Motherhood in the Canadian West, 1900–Mid-1970’s.” PhD diss., University of Alberta, 2009. Pp. 356.
Simonova Strout, Irina I. “Bridging Bildungsromane from London to Russia: Paradigms of Masculinity in Charles Dickens’s and Leo Tolstoy’s Fiction.” PhD diss., University of Tulsa, 2009. Pp. 494.
Smith, Aili. “Stalking and Obsessional Following in Shakespeare and Gilman: Social Work Theory in the Syntax of Barthes’ Codes.” PhD diss., Wayne State University, 2009. Pp. 146.
Wood, Jennifer Piper. “The New Black: Sartorial, Corporeal and Sexual Politics in the Harlem Renaissance.” PhD diss., Yale University, 2009. Pp. 336. [End Page 370]


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