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  • Dissertations Recently Completed in Related Fields
Allen, Ardith M. “The Deradicalization of Columbus, Ohio’s Anti-Rape Movement, 1972–2002.” PhD diss., Ohio State University, 2008. Pp. 172.
Conefry, Celeste E. “Subject to Individuality: Sex, Religion, and the Politics of Identity in the Early Romantic Novel.” PhD diss., Tulane University, 2008. Pp. 169.
Cox, Darrin M. “The Knight and the Courtier: The Meaning of Masculinity among the Warrior Aristocracy in France from the 100 Years’ War to the Wars of Religion.” PhD diss., Purdue University, 2008. Pp. 310.
Espinosa, Ruben. “Shakespeare’s Marian Refractions: Shaping Masculine Identity via the Virgin Mary in Post-Reformation England.” PhD diss., University of Colorado, Boulder, 2008. Pp. 320.
Frederickson, Kathleen. “The Content of Instinct: Fiction, Liberalism, and the Sciences of Sexuality, 1870–1900.” PhD diss., University of Chicago, 2008. Pp. 213.
Garcia, Alyssa. “(Re)covering Women: The State, Morality, and Cultural Discourses of Sex-Work in Cuba.” PhD diss., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008. Pp. 303.
Hurley, Natasha. “Getting Around: Circulation and the Rise of the Gay and Lesbian Novel.” PhD diss., State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, 2007. Pp. 309.
Kobayashi, Fumiyo. “(M)othering the Empire?: A Literary Study of Motherhood in Imperial Japan.” PhD diss., University of Washington, 2008. Pp. 258.
Kuzmic, Tatiana. “Adulterous Nations: Family Politics and National Identity in the European Novel.” PhD diss., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008. Pp. 199.
Lurkhur, Karen Anouschka. “Redefining Gender through the Arena of the Male Body: The Reception of Thomas’s Tristan in the Old French ‘Le Chevalier de la Charette’ and the Old Icelandic ‘Saga af Tristram ok [End Page 208] Isodd.’” PhD diss., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008. Pp. 347.
Macharia, Keguro. “Queer Natives.” PhD diss., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008. Pp. 324.
McMahon, Stephanie Hunter. “Money, Sex, and Tax Politics: Developments in Tax Avoidance and Marital Tax Returns, 1913–1948.” PhD diss., University of Virginia, 2009. Pp. 467.
Pastrana, Antonio, Jr. “Navigating the Intersectional Imagination: Race, Sexuality, and Power.” PhD diss., City University of New York, 2008. Pp. 205.
Petrella, Serena. “Erotic Civility: Normative Monogamy as a Technology of Governance and Self-Governance in North America, 1850s to the Present.” PhD diss., Carleton University, 2008. Pp. 331.
Quinlivan, Raena Lynn. “Corporeality and the Rhetoric of Feminist Body Art.” PhD diss., Pennsylvania State University, 2008. Pp. 177.
Sallee, Margaret W. “Socialization and Masculinities: Tales of Two Disciplines.” PhD diss., University of Southern California, 2008. Pp. 271.
Schuckman, Emily E. “Representations of the Prostitute in Contemporary Russian Literature and Film.” PhD diss., University of Washington, 2008. Pp. 354.
Singleton, Judith L. “‘I Love You’: Coercion and Consent in Sexual Relations in Postapartheid South Africa.” PhD diss., Northwestern University, 2008. Pp. 341.
Swedberg, Gregory. “Dangerous Women and Macho Men: Preserving Sexual Difference in Orizaba, 1920–1940.” PhD diss., Rutgers University, 2007. Pp. 268.
Van Belle, Sarah. “A Narrative Analysis of the Romantic and Sexual Scripts of Pregnant/Parenting Adolescent Girls.” PhD diss., Bryn Mawr College, 2008. Pp. 270.
Worley, Katherine E. “Reason Sways Them: Masculinity and Political Authority in the English Civil War.” PhD diss., Brown University, 2008. Pp. 270.
Zittlow Rogness, Kate. “Re-Inscribing the Boundaries of Feminist Rhetoric through Free Love: A Feminist Rhetorical Analysis of Victoria Woodhull, Emma Goldman, and Voltairine de Cleyre.” PhD diss., University of Denver, 2008. Pp. 239. [End Page 209]


Thanks to Prof. Jonathan Erlen of the University of Pittsburgh for this listing.



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