ThesisConducting ethnographic research in the archives: mapping the activist and artistic subjectivities of Frank LaPenaGarcia, Valerie MarieArchives are critical sites for investigating intersections in contested history, for mapping the social and material landscape upon which humans engage with one another—violently, unsteadily, compassionately, creatively—and for expanding the depth of . . .
ThesisDemanding inclusion: how women at California State University, Sacramento, transformed academia and claimed their place in the universitySmith, ShannonThis thesis explores how feminist activism at California State University, Sacramento (CSUS), in the Seventies, transformed the university. My research utilizes archival sources, newspapers, and oral histories from women who participated in the moveme . . .