Congratulations to the Class of 2010!

Photo courtesy of Mrittika Shahita

Congratulations to our peers who just earned their Master of Arts in Women’s History from Sarah Lawrence College!  We are happy to recognize them here at RE/VISIONIST along with their thesis topics:

Dominique Agri

The Evolution of Wonder Woman

Kristen Bretz

The Private is Political: The Shifts in the Reproductive Rights Movement Following the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court Decision

Christina Burton

Unorthodox Sexualities: Gay Liberation and Same-Sex Marriage 1970-1974

Anne Louise Cranwell

“Don’t You Talk About My Mama!”: Black Women Writers and Motherhood in the Era of the Underclass

Lauren Fisch

Kitty Marion

Yie Foong

Frame Up in Monroe: The Mae Mallory Story

Christine Frieman

Redefining Respectability: Women and Coney Island at the Turn of the Century

Rachel Good

The Essential Woman

Megan Knighton

The Making of a Symbol: The Relationship between Women and Prozac

Mareen Lahey

Abraham Lincoln: A Gendered History, 1860 – 1865

Dorothy Lewis

Black Lives in the Brass City:  An Undocumented Source of Migrant Lives After Migration to The Industrial City of Waterbury, Connecticut

Mrittika Shahita

“Fighting freedom’s battle:” Women Revolutionaries of Bengal

Shirley Stewart

The World of Stephanie St. Clair

Simona Torregrossa

Sarah Orne Jewett

Photo courtesy of Mrittika Shahita

— Rosamund Hunter

[Ed. note: Apologies to Simona Torregrossa, we included an incorrect title for her thesis the first time around.]

2 thoughts on “Congratulations to the Class of 2010!

  1. Hi Rosamund,

    I just wanted to thank you for making the correction. I want to wish you and your fellow Women’s History classmates the best of luck with your thesis papers.

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