Ritch Calvin

 

Ritchie L. Calvin

16A Erland Rd.
Stony Brook, NY 11790-1114
rcalvink@notes.cc.sunysb.edu
(631) 682-4716

Women's and Gender Studies
115 Old Chem
Stony Brook, NY 11794-3456
(631) 632-7607

 

EDUCATION
Ph.D., 2000    SUNY at Stony Brook
        Dissertation: "A Feminism of Their Own: Escritoras mexicanas, Chicana
        Writers and Autochthonous Feminisms"
        Director: Professor Román de la Campa

M. A., 1993    Bowling Green State University
        M. A. Thesis: "The Appropriation of Text in the Creation of Discursive
        Space: A Modernist, Postmodernist, and Feminist Approach"
        Director: Professor Ellen E. Berry

B. A., 1992    Bowling Green State University
        Major: English Literature; Minor: Literatures in Translation
        Senior Thesis: "The Divine Corpus of Philip K. Dick"
        Director: Professor Thomas Wymer

ACADEMIC AWARDS AND HONORS
2010        Mary Kay Bray Award (from the SFRA)
2010        Women's and Gender Studies Teaching Award
2009        Women's Studies Teaching Award
2008        Women's Studies Teaching Award
2006        Women's Studies Teaching Award
2005        Undergraduate Students Award: Most Influential Professor
2001        Women's Studies Teaching Award
2000        Vivien Hartog Endowment Award in Women's Studies
                Women's Studies Teaching Award
1999        President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching Recipient
                University Learning Communities Fellow
1998        President's Award for Excellence in Teaching Nominee
1993        University Master Teacher Award Nominee
1992        Graduated summa cum laude
                University Achievement Scholarship
                Gloria Swihart English Award
                Inducted Phi Beta Kappa
1991        Ruth and Milton Klein English Scholarship
                University Book Award

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
2010 —        Assistant Professor in Women's and Gender Studies, SUNY Stony Brook
2000-2010    Lecturer in Women's Studies, SUNY Stony Brook
2002 —        Adjunct Associate Professor, Suffolk County Community College
1998-2002    Adjunct Assistant Professor, Suffolk County Community College
1997 (Sum.)  Research Assistant, SUNY Stony Brook
1996-2000    Teaching Assistant, SUNY Stony Brook
1993-1998    Adjunct Instructor, Suffolk County Community College
1993-1996    Adjunct Instructor, Nassau Community College
1993 (Sum.)  Research Assistant, Bowling Green State University
1992-1993    Teaching Assistant, Bowling Green State University


WORKS IN PROGRESS
Interstices and Matrices: Feminist Theory and Science Fiction
       Volume One: Epistemology
       Volume Two: Science
       Volume Three: Postcolonialism

Gender, Race, and Sexuality: Essays on the Television Series House

"The Epistemological Narrative Dominant in Pctavia Butler's Survivor and Dawn"

WORKS UNDER REVIEW
"Octavia E. Butler, Feminist Epistemology, and the Narrative Dominant"

"L.Timmel Duchamp, De Secretis Mulierum, and Feminist Epistemology"

PUBLICATIONS
Books:

Gilmore Girls and the Politics of Identity: Essays on Family and Feminism in the Television Series. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2008.

Peer-Reviewed Articles & Book Chapters:


"'This shapeless book': Reception of Joanna Russ's The Female Man." FEMSPEC 10.2 (2010): 24-34.

"Media SF." Extrapolation 50.1 (Spring 2009): 10-11.

"An Octavia Butler Bibliography: 1976-2008." Utopian Studies 19.3 (2008): 485-516.

"Writing the Xicanista: Ana Castillo's Chicana Feminist Aesthetics." (Un)Making Race, Re-Making Soul: Transformative Aesthetics and the Practice of Freedom. Ed. Angela Cotten and Christa Acampora. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2007. 21-45.

"The French Dick: Villiers de l'Isle-Adam, Philip K. Dick, and the Android." Extrapolation 48.2 (Summer 2007): 341-64.

"A Place Where the Sea Remembers. Sandra Benítez" Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Literature, Hispanic Edition. Ed. Luz Elena Ramírez. New York: Facts on File, 2008. 270-72.

"The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo." Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Literature, Hispanic Edition. Ed. Luz Elena Ramírez. New York: Facts on File, 2008. 145-46.

"Pocho. José Antonio Villareal." Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Literature, Hispanic Edition. Ed. Luz Elena Ramírez. New York: Facts on File, 2008. 272-73.

"Ana Castillo." Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Literature, Hispanic Edition. Ed. Luz Elena Ramírez. New York: Facts on File, 2008. 61-63.

"The Mixquihuala Letters. Ana Castillo." Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Literature, Hispanic Edition. Ed. Luz Elena Ramírez. New York: Facts on File, 2008. 233-34.

"Massacre of the Dreamers. Ana Castillo." Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Literature, Hispanic Edition. Ed. Luz Elena Ramírez. New York: Facts on File, 2008. 219-21.

"Sapogonia. Ana Castillo." Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Literature, Hispanic Edition. Ed. Luz Elena Ramírez. New York: Facts on File, 2008. 307-08.

"Isabella Ríos and Victuum: Speculating a Chicana Identity." Americana 3.1 (Spring 2005): 33-58.

"Writers, Fantasy/Science Fiction." Encyclopedia of Third Wave Feminism. Vol. 1. Ed. Leslie Heywood. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2005. 362-4.

"Women's Studies vs. Gender Studies." Encyclopedia of Third Wave Feminism. Vol. 1. Ed. Leslie Heywood. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2005. 357-9.

"The Real eXistenZ TransCendz the Irreal." Extrapolation 45.3 (Fall 2004): 262-79.

"Kathy Acker's Corpus: A Subversive Body of Texts." Feminism in a Multi-Cultural Context. Ed. Antonio Sobejano-Moran. New York: Edwin Mellen, 1997.

Other Articles:

"Feminist SF 101." SFRA Review 293. Forthcoming.

"Teaching the Sex/Gender System, Social Structure(s), and SF." SFRA Review. Forthcoming.

"Mundane SF 101." SFRA Review 289 (Summer 2009): 13-16.

"Mary Kay Bray Award Introduction." SFRA Review 289 (Summer 2009): 12.

"Mary Kay Bray Award Introduction." SFRA Review 285 (Summer 2008): 6.

"Brilliant Corners: Jazz and Its Cultures: Faulty Perspective." Annual Report 2007-2008. The Humanities Institute at Stony Brook. 12.

"Latina/o Literature." A comprehensive, on-line bibliography of Latina and Latino literature. http://ms.cc.sunysb.edu/~rcalvink/latinaolit.html. (Last updated 8/13/10).

"Reading the Modern Myth." SFRA Review 240 (June 1999): 4-7.

"'Yo quiero literatura latina': The Border Runs Here." Faculty Exchange 6.1 (Fall 1998): 4-7.

"Gilles Deleuze: A Con-Text." Enculturation 1.2 (1997)
    <http://www.uta.edu/huma/enculturation/1_2/calvin/deleuze.htm>.

Reviews:
"Review of The Postmodern Humanism of Philip K. Dick by Jason P. Vest." Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts. Forthcoming.
"Review of I'm Here." SFRA Review 293. Forthcoming.
"Review of The Secret Feminist Cabal: A Cultural History of Science Fiction Feminisms." Science Fiction Studies. Forthcoming.
"Through a Different Lens." Review of Queer Universes: Sexualities in Science Fiction edited by Wendy Gay Pearson, Veronica Hollinger, and Joan Gordon. Extrapolation 51.2 (2010): 321-27.
"An Anxiety of Influence." Review of Philip K. Dick: Canonical Writer of the Digital Age by Lejla Kucukalic. Extrapolation 51.2 (2010): 315-21.
"Review of The Box." SFRA Review 292 (Spring 2010): 25-26.
"Review of Pumzi." SFRA Review 292 (Spring 2010): 20-22.
"Review of 9." SFRA Review 291 (Winter 2010): 22-23.
"Review of Surrogates." SFRA Review 291 (Winter 2010): 25-26.
"Review of Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld." SFRA Review 291 (Winter 2010): 19-20.
"Review of Distances by Vandana Singh." FEMSPEC 10.1 (2009): 113-16.
"Demand the Impossible." Review of On Joanna Russ edited by Farah Mendlesohn. Science Fiction Studies. (2010): Forthcoming.
"Review of Sleep Dealer." SFRA Review 290 (Fall 2009): 19-20.
"Review of Coraline." SFRA Review 290 (Fall 2009): 22-23.
"Five Novels by Jamil Nasir: An Introduction." SFRA Review 288 (Spring 2009): 15-17.
"Feminism, Afrofuturism, and the Redefinition of Science Fiction." Review of AfroFuture Females edited by Marleen S. Barr. Science Fiction Studies 37.1 (March 2010): 107-10.
"Review of City of Ember." SFRA Review 287 (Winter 2009): 19-20.
"Review of Hancock." SFRA Review 287 (Winter 2009): 24-25.
"Review of De Secretis Mulierum." FEMSPEC 9.2 (Fall 2008): 63-65.
"Review of Daughters of the North by Sarah Hall." SFRA Review 286 (Fall 08): 18-19.
"Review of Stretto by L. Timmel Duchamp." SFRA Review 285 (Summer 08): 29-30.
"Review of Devi by Sanjay Kapur." SFRA Review 284 (Spring 2008): 22-23.
"Review of Love and Other Monsters by Vandana Singh." SFRA Review 284 (Spring 2008): 14-15.
"Review of Fleet of Worlds by Larry Niven and Edward M. Lerner." SFRA Review 283 (Winter 2008): 12-13.
"Review of Naomi Mitchison: A Profile of Her Life and Work." FEMSPEC 8.1/2 (2008): 131-34.
"Review of Plague Year." Jeff Carlson. SFRA Review 281 (July/Aug/Sept 2007): 34-35.
"Review of Keeping It Real." Justina Robson. SFRA Review 278 (Oct/Nov/Dec 2006): 14-15.
"Review of Zanesville." Kris Saknussemm. SFRA Review 277 (July/Aug/Sept 2006): 19-20.
"Review of Living Next Door to the God of Love." Justina Robson. SFRA Review 277 (July/Aug/Sept 2006): 20-21.
"Review of Alanya to Alanya." L. Timmel Duchamp. SFRA Review 275 (Jan/Feb/Mar 2006): 21-22.
"Review of The Coyote Kings of the Space-Age Bachelor Pad." Minister Faust.  SFRA Review 274 (Oct/Nov/Dec 2005): 24-25.
"Review of The Adventures of the Artificial Woman." Thomas Berger.  SFRA Review 274 (Oct/Nov/Dec 2005): 22-23.
"Review of Metallic Love." Tanith Lee. The New York Review of Science Fiction 205 (September 2005): 15-16.
"Review of Destroyer." C. J. Cherryh. SFRA Review 272 (Apr/May/June 2005): 20-21.
"Review of Crucible." Nancy Kress. The New York Review of Science Fiction 196 (December 2004): 11.
"Review of Steel Helix." Ann Tonsor Zeddies. SFRA Review 269 (Jul/Aug/Sept 2004): 25-26.
"Review of La ciudad fragmentada." María Mercedes Andrade. INTI: Revista de literatura hispánica 55-56 (Spr. 02-Fall 02): 243-46.
"Review of Hammerfall." C. J. Cherryh. SFRA Review 254-5 (Sept-Dec 2001): 44-45.
"Review of Turning on the Girls." Cheryl Benard. FEMSPEC 3.1 (Fall 2001): 99-101.

CONFERENCES/PRESENTATIONS

Invited Lectures:
University of the Andes, Bogotá, Colombia
"The Relevenace of Feminism Today"
August 26, 2010

SBU Medical College LGBT/SBU Undergraduate LGBT
"A Socio-Historio-Juridico-Medical History of Disorders of Sexual Development (DSD)"
February 23, 2009

Sociology Conference. Suffolk Community College.
"Violence, Marianismo, and Social Disease"
April 28, 2008

Cultural Sites of Inquiry. Stony Brook.
"Writing the Xicanista: Ana Castillo and the Articulation of Chicana Feminist Aesthetics"
March 1, 2007

Feminist Campus Colloquia / Humanities Institute
"Science Fiction, Representation, and Femininity: Modifying the Female Body"
April 7, 2005

WST 401/402
"Representations of Reproductive Technologies in Feminist Science Fiction"
November 23, 2004

Women's History Week
"The Epitome of Femininity: Representations of the Female Body in Science Fiction"
Suffolk Community College, March 25, 2004

Conference Presentations:
Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association
Honolulu, HI November 13-14, 2010
   "The Epistemological and Envirnomental Dominant in Wanuri Kahiu's Pumzi"

Science Fiction Research Association
Carefree, AZ June 24-26, 2010
    "Ecofeminist and Epistemology in Amy Thomson's The Color of Distance"

International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts
Orlando, FL March 17-21, 2010
     "Octavia E. Butler, Kindred, and Feminist Epistemology"

Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association
San Francisco, CA November 6-7, 2009
   "Melissa Scott, Shadow Man, and Feminist Epistemology"

Science Fiction Research Assocation
Atlanta, GA June 11-14, 2009
   "Engineering the Future Roundtable: SFRA"

Science Fiction Research Association
Atlanta, GA June 11-14, 2009
   "Science Fiction and Teaching Roundtable"

Science Fiction Research Association
Atlanta, GA June 11-14, 2009
    "Suzette Elgin Haden, Ladáan, and Feminist Epistemology"

International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts
Orlando, FL March 18-22, 2009
     "L.Timmel Duchamp, De Secretis Mulierum, and Feminist Epistemology"

Science Fiction Rsearch Association
Lawrence, KS 10-13 July, 2008
      "Reception and Joanna Russ's The Female Man"
      "Publishing in the SFRA Review"

National Women's Studies Association
Cincinnati, OH, 19-22 June, 2008
    "Men in Women's Studies"

Association for Research on Mothering
New York, NY, 16 May, 2008
    "Gilmore Girls and Postfeminism"

International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts
Orlando, FL March 18-22, 2008
     "The Limits of the Sublime" Tanith Lee and M. T. Anderson"

Science Fiction Research Association
Kansas City, MO, July 7-10, 2007
     "Tanith Lee, the (Post)Modern Body, and the Conservation of Form"

Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association
Boston, MA, April 4-7, 2007
    "Cristina García and National (Be)Longing"

Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association
Riverside, CA, November 10-11, 2006
    "Science Fiction and Latina Identity in Isabella Ríos's Victuum"

Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association
Baltimore, MD, October 27-29, 2006
    "Pundits, Politicians and Power: The (Ms.)Application of Feminism in the Public Eye"
     With Eva Ash, Pam Criscione, and Cathy Leaker

Science Fiction Research Association
White Plains, NY, June 22-25, 2006
    "Crossing the Rubicon: Relevance and Science Fiction in a Post-Genre Age"

Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association
Atlanta, GA, April 12-16, 2006
     "Isabella Ríos and Victuum: Speculating a Chicana Identity"

Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association
Malibu, CA, November 11-13, 2005
    "On the Margins of the Nation: Belonging in Monkey Hunting"

Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association
New Brunswick, NJ, November 5-6, 2005
    "Joanna Russ and Marge Piercy: Representing Femininity in The Female Man and Woman on the Edge of Time"

Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association
Portland, OR, November 2004
    "TransCending eXistenZ: David Cronenberg and Philip K. Dick on the Real"

Central New York Conference on Literature and Language
SUNY Cortland, October 29-31, 2004
    "Going Nova: Samuel R. Delany and the Foundations of Cyberpunk"

Central New York Conference on Literature and Language
SUNY Cortland, October 27, 2003
    "The Female Man: Gender and the Sex(ed) Pre-text"

Gender, Technology, Place
Institute for Research on Women, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, March 30, 1996
    "Mapping New Spaces: Fictive Images of Reproductive Technologies"

Crisis in Criticism
University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, March 22-23, 1996
    "Deleuze’s Text: A Con-Text"

The Thirty-Sixth Annual Convention of the Midwest Modern Language Association
Chicago, IL, November 11-13, 1994
    "In Excess of Cyborgs: Abjection in Science Fiction" (Discussant, Invited)

(In collaboration with Dr. Deepika Petraglia-Bahri)
1994 International Conference on Narrative Literature
Vancouver, BC, Canada, April 28-May 1, 1994
    "Crises in Subjectivity: Postcolonial Pathology in Tsitsi Dangarembenga's Nervous
     Conditions"

"Woman," Text, Image
State University of New York at Binghamton, Binghamton, NY, April 15-16, 1994
    "Kathy Acker's Corpus: A Subversive Body of Texts"

Beyond the Limits of Realism: Metaliterature, the Fantastic, Simulacra...
State University of New York at Binghamton, Binghamton, NY, April 1993
    "The Aleph in Borges' Postmodern Discourse"

Midwest Feminist Graduate Student Conference, 12-14. February 1993
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH
    "C. J. Cherryh and Donna Haraway: The Azi as Cyborgs"
    "The Girl God Forgot: A Dramatic Adaptation of Djuna Barnes' Nightwood"

Eighth Annual Ethnic Studies Conference, 11. November 1991
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH.
    "What is Meant by Political Correctness?"


OTHER SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS:
iCon 28, April 3-5, 2009
   "'Feeding the Fire': SF in Education"
   "SF as a Mirror of Society"
   "Sexuality in Genre Fiction"
   "How Will We Read in the Future?"
   "From Lost to 24: The Popularity of SF and Fantasy Themes on TV"

iCon 27, April 4-6, 2008
   "The Essence of Pure SF"
   "New Horizons"
   "Gender Bending"
   "2nd Annual iCon Educational Roundtable"

iCon 26, March 23-25, 2007
   "From The Left Hand of Darkness to the Future: The Path of Gender in Fiction"
   "Many Paths from the Opened Door: The Varied Journeys of Women in Genre Fiction"
   "The Works of Ursula K. Le Guin"
   "iCon Educational Roundtable"

iCon 25, March 24-26, 2006
   "If They Were Writing Today, What Would Heinlein, Dick, and Wells Be Doing?"
   "Future Tech"
   "Why Does Fantasy Outsell Science Fiction?"
   "ISMS in Science Fiction: Ageism, Racism, Sexism"

TEACHING INTERESTS:
Contemporary U.S. literature and culture
Contemporary Women’s literature
Chicana/o literature and culture
Contemporary Latin American literature
Women's Studies, Feminist Theory
Literary and Cultural Theory
Feminist Science Fiction
Science Fiction

CURRICULUM TAUGHT:
Bowling Green State University:
    A year-long first-year composition course

Nassau Community College:
    First-year composition course

Suffolk County Community College:
    First-year composition courses (EG 10, EG11)
    Introduction to Literature (EG 13)
    Advanced Expository Writing (EG35)
    Science Fiction (EG 58)
    Mythology (HM 44)
    Sexism in the Humanities (HM 46)
    Women, Science, Fiction, and Reproduction (HM 48)

SUNY at Stony Brook:
    First-year Composition
    Philosophy and Literature in Its Social Context (HUM 109)
    Images of Women in Literature (TA and Stand-alone) (HUM 122)
    Sexuality and Literature (TA) (HUM 123)
    Latin American Feminist Writers (GLS 102)
    Classical Mythology (CLS 215)
    Latino/Latin: Dichotomies in Identity (LRT 301)
    Women, Culture, Difference (Intro to Women's Studies) (WST 103)
    Histories of Feminism (WST 301)
    Feminist Theory in Context (WST 305)
    Women, Science, Fiction, and Reproduction (WST 394)
    20th-Century U. S. Latina Literature (WST 398)
    Feminism and Science Fiction (WST 402)
    Senior Seminar in Women's Studies for Minors (WST 407)
    Senior Seminar in Women's Studies for Majors (WST 408)
    Women's Studies in the Humanities (Continuing Education) (CEI 533)
    Representations of Mothering (WST 610)
    Feminist Theory (WST 601)
    Teaching Practicum in Women's Studies (WST 699)

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
2010 —           Director of Undergradute Studies, Women's and Gender Studies
2010 —           SBU College of Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee
2009 —           SBU Phi Beta Kappa Advisory Committee
2009                Conference Organizer, "'When Species Meet': Gender, Science, and Critical Animal Studies"
2009-2010       Vice President, Science Fiction Research Association
2008-2010       Senator, USB University Senate
2008-2009       SCCC, Women's Studies, 6-Year Review Committee
2007-2008       Conference Director 2008 SFRA International Conference, Lawrence, KS
2007 —           Safe Space @ Stony Brook, committee/trainer
2007 —           Media Reviews Editor for SFRA Review
2007 —           Faculty Advisor for New York Public Interest Group, Stony Brook Chapter
2007-2009       Mary Kay Bray Award committee (Chair, 2009)
2007                Area Chair, "Science Fiction," Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association
2005 —           Advisory Board, Wo/Men's Center
2005 - 2007     Humanities Institute, Jazz Festival Committee
2005                Search Committee, Director of Wo/Men's Center
2004-05, 07— Fulbright National Screening Committee for Graduate Study in Mexico
2003 - 2005     Tinker Field Research Committee
2003 —           Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Women's Studies
2000 —           Exceutive Committee, Women's Studies
2000 —           Faculty Advisor for Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance, Stony Brook Chapter
2001 - 2003     Faculty in Residence, Hand College, SUNY at Stony Brook
2000 - 2003     Associate Editor — FEMSPEC: An Interdisciplinary Feminist Journal
1998 - 2000     Editorial Board — FEMSPEC: An Interdisciplinary Feminist Journal
1997 - 1999     Graduate Student Representative to Graduate Studies Committee

OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2005 —          Developed and maintained Web Site for Women's and Gender Studies
2004               Conference Organizer: Gender, Sexuality, and Ethnicity: Daughters of the Motherland Speak
2001 - 2003    Developed and maintained Web site for FEMSPEC
1999 - 2000    Developed and maintained Web Site for the Learning Communities
1997 - 1999    Established and maintained Web Site for Women's Studies
1996 - 2003    Established and maintained Web Site for the Department of Comparative Studies
1996 - 2001    Co-founded and maintained a listserv for Comp Lit graduate students
1996 - 1999    Established and maintained Web Site for the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literature
1993               Organizing committee for Midwest Feminist Graduate Student Conference


OTHER TEACHING EXPERIENCE
1997    Guest Lecture for EGL192. "Richard Rodriguez and the Politics of Identity"
1996    Guest Lecture for EGL101. "'Flowers for Algernon': Myth and Science Fiction"
    Guest Lecture for Dr. Román de la Campa, USB SPN415. "Cristina Peri Rossi and the Politics of the Female Body"
1993    Conducted a seminar for the Basic Education Program faculty at Nassau CommunitCollege on "The Rationale, Implementation, and    Practice of Portfolios as a Means of Assessment"
    TalkBack Book Series - The Big Sky  (an annual series of literature lectures and discussions as a part of the County Library adult education program).
    Guest lecture for Marwan Tantash, BGSU, ETH 100. "Ethnicity and AIDS in America"
    Guest lecture for Dr. Deepika Karle, BGSU, ENG 264. "Jorge Luis Borges and
    Magical Realism"
1992    TalkBack Book Series - A Doll House
1991    TalkBack Book Series - Hamlet
1989   "Using MIDI: Computers and Music"


LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION

Dr. Román de la Campa, Department of Hispanic Languages and Literature, Stony Brook
Dr. Robert Harvey, Department of Comparative Studies, Stony Brook
Dr. Beverly Haviland, Department of Comparative Studies, Brown University
Dr. Ban Wang, Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, Rutgers University
Dr. Temma Kaplan, Department of History, Rutgers University
Dr. Sarah H. Sternglanz, Department of Women's and Gender Studies, Stony Brook

Last updated: 08.13.10

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