Bridging the Gap
Catching Herself In the Middle: How Chinese-American Adoptees and Their Parents Construct Narrative and Ethnic Identity
Since 1992, over 85,000 children have been adopted from China by U.S. citizens (Miller-Loessi and Kilic 2001:246; U.S. Department of State 2013). Most of these adoptees are girls. They were abandoned as infants due the combined factors of patrilineal culture...
Connecting grassroots development evaluation to achieving the United Nations sustainable development goals
Exporting a National Identity: Green Tea's Entrance into the Global Food Network
Finding Feminism: The Ideologies of Hip-Hop from Black Women in Spaces of Higher Education
Hip-hop is the most affluent subset of Black Culture today. The globalization and mass appeal of hip-hop has made this genre bigger than music; it's style, it's dance, it's art, and even literature. Hip-Hop music is a genre that is...
Framings of the Prison Press: Dreams of Reform and/or Abolition
Here and There, Here and Now: A Multi-Lens Analysis of the Politics of Korean-American Adoption in the United States
mmune to Inequity? The HPV Vaccine, Women's Health, and the Discourse of Responsibility
Representing Black Identities: An Exploration of Photographic Racial Projects in American Society
Resisting Binaries? Multiracial Black/White Identity and the U.S. Racial Project
The multiracial population is growing rapidly in the United States. With President Barack Obama, a self-identified black man with white and black ancestry, as the face of our nation, and as the face of this growing population, it is evident...