PhD Committees, CGU Cultural Studies

  • Haskins, “African-American Women and Sport, Digital Stories,” (2017, Claremont School of Theology)
  • Jensen. “Asian-Americans and Online Media Activism,” (2016).
  • Kafai, “Re-inscribing Disability: The Performative Activism of Sins Invalid” (2014)
  • A. Thorne, “Framing a Blaxicana Identity: A Cultural Ethnography of Family, Race, and Community in The Valley Homes Lincoln Heights, Ohio, 1955-1960” (2012)
  • S. Falero, “Everyone’s a Critic: Television Without and the Dynamics of Audience Agency” (2011)
  • T. Larkin, “The Vismistic Triadic of Activism, Artivism, Performativism: Performing Artistic Praxis as Aesthetic Identity” (2011)
  • M. Cartier, “Baby, ‘You are my Religion’: The Emergence of ‘Theelogy’ in Pre-Stonewall Butch-femme/gay Women’s Bar Culture and Community” (2010)
  • F. Avalos, “The two sided coin: an examination of on-line and off-line communication in social justice movements” (2009)
  • N. Shaked, “The Paradox of Identity Politics as an Agent in Critical Art: 1970’s-1990’s” (2007)
  • J. Lerner, “The Ruins of Modernity: The Maya in the Modernist Imagination, 1839—2003” (2006)
  • D. Sandoval, “Bajito y Suavecito/Low and Slow: Cruising Through Lowrider Culture” (2003)
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