Guide to the Stanford University, Feminist Studies Program, honors theses

Stanford University Archives staff
Stanford University Libraries Department of Special Collections and University Archives
Stanford, California
July 2012
Copyright © 2012 The Board of Trustees of Stanford University. All rights reserved.


Overview

Call Number: SC4-3443
Creator: Stanford University. Feminist Studies Program.
Title: Stanford University, Feminist Studies Program, honors theses
Dates: 1988-2009
Physical Description: 17 volume(s) (2 boxes)
Summary: Honors theses written by undergraduates in the Feminist Studies Program at Stanford University
Language(s): The materials are in English.
Repository: Department of Special Collections and University Archives
Stanford University Libraries
557 Escondido Mall
Stanford, CA 94305-6064
Email: speccollref@stanford.edu
Phone: (650) 725-1022
URL: http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/spc/spc.html

Administrative Information

Provenance

Theses were transferred to the Stanford University Archives from the Hume Writing Center in 2011.

Information about Access

The collection is open for research use; materials must be requested at least 48 hours in advance of intended use. No photocopies may be made.

Ownership & Copyright

Copyright is retained by the creator for materials they have authored or otherwise produced. Transmission or reproduction of materials requires the written permission of the copyright owner.

Cite As

[Identification of item], Stanford University, Feminist Studies Program, Honors Theses (SC4-3443). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of honors theses written by undergraduates in the Feminist Studies Program at Stanford University

Access Terms

Feminist theory--Study and teaching (Higher).
Student papers.
Women's studies.


Collection Contents

 

Accession ARCH-2011-152 Theses

Box 1

Gallagher, Shamala, The story of Chantel and everybody in her head: a work of fiction in three parts. 2007

Box 1

Kim, Janet Hyojeong, Heritability: a novel. 2009

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Momaya, Masum, Taking her place in the global economy. 1999

Box 1

Rasch, Meehan, Nothing if not a paradox: incongruity and tension in the early autobiographical writing of May Sarton. 1999

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Reinhold, Susan M., Her legitimate mission: debates on abortion, conflicting visions of the world, and the consolidation of liberal democracy in post-revolutionary Portugal . 1988

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Rodriguez-SackByrne, Camellia, The woman says "God bless": Irish women speak out on the role of the Catholic Church in their lives. 2001

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Rosenbaum, Lisa, Mother's days: stories about mothers and daughters. 2001

Box 2

Walker, Scott P., Historical relations: the critical project and critical representation of Harriet Taylor and John Stuart Mill. 1991

Box 2

Glenn, Shenly D., Ada goes to New Zealand!. 1996

Box 2

Tanenbaum, Molly, Becoming a woman: gender, space and identity in Tetecala, Mexico. 2003

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Howton, Elizabeth, The "Lasuens": academic women at Stanford, 1920-1946. 1991

Box 2

Albright, Kecia, Grassroots mobilization in a Brazilian Favela: gender, consciousness and community in Saõ José. 1993

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Frazee, David, Civil rights remedies for gender-motivated violence. 1993

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Sword, Kirsten, Nineteenth century health reform: self-control as a social panacea. 1992

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Buscho, Sasha , A changing course? Michelle Bachelet and the protress of women's rights in Chile, 1973-2007. 2007

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Chang, Emily , The more things change, the more they remain the same: the intersection between women's music and women in country and folk music . 1995

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Boas, Heidi , Achieving holistic health: the health status of refugee women in Kenya and strategies for change. 2002