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Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
Howard, Matthew. Race, Place, & Space: Historicizing Blackness & Mobility. 2022. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations African American, Culture, History, Novel/Prose Fiction, Race and Ethnicity, Space/Place
Heberling, Lydia M. California Indians Dreamin': Formal and Aesthetic Innovations in Pacific Coast Native Literatures and Arts. 2021. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations 20th Century, 21st Century, Culture, Decolonial, Indigenous, Literature, Space/Place
De Vos, Laura M. Spirals of Transformation: Turtle Island Indigenous Social Movements and Literatures. 2020. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations American Indian/Native American, Culture, Indigenous, Literature, Space/Place
Smith, Alexandra V. Writing the Street: Discourses of Choice, Agency, and Mobility in Twentieth Century Street Lit. 2019. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations 20th Century, African American, American, Jewish Studies, Literature, Race and Ethnicity, Space/Place, Urban Studies
LeMesurier, Jennifer. Bodies that Move You: the Rhetorical Force of the Dancing Body. 2014. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations Pedagogy, Rhetoric and Composition, Rhetorical Theory, Space/Place
Trujillo, Simon Ventura. Forgotten Pueblos: La Alianza Federal de Mercedes and the Cultural Politics of Indo-Hispano. 2013. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations American Indian/Native American, Archives, Chicana/o, History, Nationalism, Political Science, Space/Place, Transnational
Gairola, Rahul Krishna. Queering Home: Neoliberal Biopolitics and Diasporic Reappropriations in the Cultural Texts of Michelle Cliff, Hanif Kureishi, Jessica Hagedorn, and Jackie Kay. 2009. University of Washington, PhD dissertation. Graduate, Dissertations American, British, Caribbean, Culture, Diaspora Studies, Modernism, Postcolonial, Queer Studies, Space/Place, Transnational
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