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Dresher Center Summer and Fall 2021 Research Fellows

May 13, 2021 2:27 PM
The Dresher Center is pleased to announce our Summer and Fall 2021 Research Fellows:


  • Charissa Cheah, Professor, Psychology
    Project: “Racial-Ethnic and Advocacy Socialization in Chinese American Families during the COVID-19 Pandemic”
  • Erin Hogan, Associate Professor, Modern Languages, Linguistics, and Intercultural Communication
    Project: “Patriarchy's Remains”
  • Bill Shewbridge, Professor of the Practice, Media and Communication Studies
    Project: “‘I’ve Endured’: The Music and Legacy of Ola Belle Reed”


  • Tamara Bhalla, Associate Professor, American Studies
    Project: “Race, Readers, and Representation in Contemporary U.S. Multiethnic Literatures”
  • Thania Muñoz D., Assistant Professor, Modern Languages, Linguistics, and Intercultural Communication
    Project: “A Canon without Immigrants: Latin American Writers in the United States and the Twenty-First Century”

Fall 2021 Graduate Student Research Fellows

  • Alyse Minter, Ph.D. Candidate, Language, Literacy, and Culture
    Project: “Black Women and Unmet Fertility Desires”
  • Foster Reynolds-Santiago, M.F.A. Candidate, Intermedia+Digital Arts
    Project: “Transgender Euphoria: Puerto Rico’s Queer Exaltation”

Please join us in congratulating these fellows!

Jessica Berman, Director
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