Student Publications

The UB Gender Institute supports student research through the Undergraduate Scholarship, the Ph.D. Dissertation Fellowship, the Isabel S. Marcus International Research Fellowship, Travel Awards to the annual Duke Feminist Theory Workshop, and by facilitating the Dissertation Workshop.
For information on these scholarships, please see our Student Opportunities page.

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Gabriela Cordoba Vivas, Isabel S. Marcus Fellowship Recipient and PhD Candidate in Media Studies, was recently published in the Journal of Lesbian Studies. Gabriela writes in the acknowledgements, "I want to thank Rian Ciela Hammond for their generous and generative comments and feedback, the Gender Institute at University at Buffalo for supporting my research and Paige Sarlin and the department of Media Study at the University at Buffalo for guiding and supporting my work." The article, "The “Free Speech Bus”: Making “gender ideology” appear through media and performance" can be found here.

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Naila Sahar, GGSS 2022 AAUW International Post-Doctoral Fellow

'Memoirs, Muslim women and transcultural symbolic solidarities’ in edited book Transcultural Humanities in South Asia Critical Essays on Literature and Culture. Routledge, 2022. 

‘Double Bind of Muslim Women’s Activism in Pakistan: Case of Malala Yousafzai and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy’ in Journal of International Women's Studies: Vol. 24: Iss. 2.

‘Muslim Women’s Activism in the USA: Politics of Diverse Resistance Strategies’ in Religions 2022, 13(11), 1023.

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Jocelyn E. Marshall, PhD Candidate,  English Department at UB, in her new co-edited book Trauma-Informed Pedagogy,  brings visibility to perpetuated violence and silence through a range of genres, including poetry, syllabi, and critical reflections.

Jocelyn will also be guest editing the Spring 2023 issues of Rejoinder - the issue will be on queer spiritual becoming.

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Gabriella Nassif, doctoral candidate, Department of Global Gender and Sexuality Studies, 2019 recipient of the Isabel Marcus International Research Fellowship and Duke Feminist Theory Workshop travel grant.

Gabriella Nassif, Editor. Challenging Power: Gender and Social Justice in the Middle EastCivil Society Review, Issue-5, November 2021.

Gabriella Nassif. "Resistance, Gender, and Identity Politics: A Conversation with Rasha Younes." Civil Society Review. Issue-5, November, 2021. 106-111.