Previously Funded Scholars
Funded Scholars receive awards intended to support research visits of four to six weeks, and give a work-in-progress colloquium to the Smith College community during their residency. More information.
Scholars from 2009 through 2013:
- Mary Berkery, Binghamton University
- We are a Multitude: Diversity, Conflict and Compromise at the 1977 National Women's Conference Meetings
- Jaci Leigh Eisenberg, The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
- American Women and International Geneva, 1919-1939
- Norah Hardin Lind, Virginia Commonwealth University
- The Hales in American Art
- Carol S. Linskey, Binghamton University, SUNY
- Dissertation, American Women's Internationalism and the Work of Dorothy Kenyon, 1933-1954
- Rachel Pierce, University of Virginia
- Capitol Women: Work, Politics, and Feminism in Congress, 1960-1980
- Hèlëne Quanquin, Sorbonne
- With Feebler Voices? Men and the American Women's Rights Movement, 1830-1890
- Sarah Lynn Jones, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
- PhD dissertation: "Rhetorical Peace-building Strategies: Organizing the Global and Local through the International Women's Tribune Centre"
- Lisa Levenstein, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
- "U.S. Women in Beijing: The Fourth World Conference on Women and the Global Politics of American Feminism"
- Manon S. Parry, University of Maryland
- PhD dissertation, Broadcasting Birth Control
- Joann M. Ross, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
- The Private Becomes Very Public: Evaluating the Marital Rape Exception in America
- Xia Shi, University of California - Irvine
- Republican Ladies: Gender, Philanthropy, and Social Networks in Early Twentieth-Century China
- Leigh Goldstein, Northwestern University
- PhD dissertation: "Special for Women: Postwar Popular Media and the Rise of 1960s Feminism"
- April Haynes, University of Oregon
- "Riotous Flesh: Gender, Race, and the Solitary Vice in Antebellum Physiology"
- Stefanie Sarah Bator, Northwestern University
- PhD: Engendering Civilization: Private Reformers, American Colonialism, and Filipino Nationalism, 1898-1946
- Nicole Bourbonnais, University of Pittsburg
- PhD: History of birth control and family planning in the English-speaking Caribbean from 1938 to the late 1970s
- Erika N. Cornelius Smith, Purdue University
- American Foreign Work division of the YWCA and the missions of its members to Eastern and Central Europe following World War I
- Jennifer Donnally, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
- The Politics of Abortion and the Rise of the New Right
- Rose Ernst, Seattle University
- On the Edge: The Welfare Rights Movement in an Era of Colorblind Racism
- Rebecca S. Feind, San Jose State University
- Biography of Clara E. Laughlin
- Anna Bostwick Flaming, University of Iowa
- PhD: "'The Most Important Person in the World': The Changing Political and Cultural Meanings of American Housewifery in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century"
- Jessica Frazier, Binghamton University
- Anti-Imperial Feminisms: The Politics of Race, Globalization, and the Second Wave during the Cold War, 1965-1980
- Julie Garbus, Independent Scholar
- Biography of Vida Dutton Scudder
- Lauren Gutterman, New York University
- PhD: "Lebian Wives" - Heterosexually Married Women Who Engaged in Same-Sex Sexual Relationships and the Mid-Twentieth Century Discourses Around Them
- Evan E. Hart, University of Cincinnati
- Guerrillas in the Midst: The National Black Women's Health Project, 1981-1994
- Beth Hessel-Robinson, Texas Christian University
- Dissertation on the intersection of gender, ethnicity, and relitious belief in responses to the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II
- Michael S. Hevel, University of Iowa
- Betwixt Brewings: A History of College Students Alcohol Use
- Sara Clarke Kaplan, University of California, San Diego
- Reproducing Slavery: Black Feminism and the Politics of Freedom
- Allison Lange, Brandeis University
- Pictures of Change: Transformative Images of Gender and Politics in the Woman Suffrage Movement, 1790-1920
- Alison Lauterbach, University of Southern California
- Gagged: The Politics of Reproduction and U.S. Foreign Aid, 1961-84
- Jennifer Nelson, University of Redlands
- Reproductive Health Revolutions: Healthcare Activism Among Women and Men of Color from 1930 to the Present
- Josie Rodberg, Harvard University
- Human Rights, Women's Rights, States Rights: Struggles over Federally Funded Family Planning, 1965-88
- Jaimie Schmidt Wagman, Saint Louis University
- Our Pill Ourselves: American Anxieties Surrounding Oral Contraceptives, 1958-2010
- John Spurlock, Seton Hill University
- Adolescent Sexuality in the 20th Century
- Susan Stanfield, University of Iowa
- PhD: "Imagining Citizenship in Black and White: Domestic Literature, 'True Womanhood,' and the Creation of Civic Identity in Antebellum America"
- Michelle Stuckey, University of California, San Diego
- PhD: "Weeding the National Garden: Gender, Race, and the Biopolitics of Reproduction in American Literature, 1870-1930"
- Erica L. Whittington, University of Texas at Austin
- From the Campus to the Globe: Internationalism and American Postwar Student Activism, 1945-1962
- Victoria M. Grieve, Utah State University
- "Radical Women and Working Class Journalism, The Federated Press, 1928-1955"
- Joan Marie Johnson, Northeastern Illinois University
- "Funding Feminism: Wealthy Women, Philanthropy, and Power in Late 19th and 20th Century America"
- Wendy Kline, University of Cincinnati
- "Birth in Transition: Modern Midwifery and the Controversy over Home Birth"
- Melissa Walker, Converse College
- "'The Heyday of Woman's Life': Women and the Experience of Aging in Twentieth Century America"
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