Full Title of Thesis or Dissertation
Department/Program Conferring Degree
Women & Gender Studies
Asian-America, feminism, gender, sexuality, postcolonial
This studies utilizes a critical, postcolonial feminist lens when analyzing the ways in which Asian-American women are (re)negotiating their gender and sexual identities within the contemporary United States. Through the use of empirical research, as well historical content and discourse analyses, this M.A. thesis deconstructs the ways in which Western society has constructed Asian/Asian-American women as the hypersexual Other, and revisits the ways in which empowerment, agency, and autonomy are reconfigured by Asian-American women themselves.
Remoquillo, Andi T., "“If you’re not that as an Asian woman, you’re not shit as an Asian woman.”: (re)negotiating racial and gender identities" (2016). College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences Theses and Dissertations. 221.
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