Sarah Ross Pripas-Kapit
M.A. History, UCLA 2012; B.A. History, Scripps College 2009
United States history, history of women/gender, history of medicine, U.S. in the world
My dissertation is about international students who studied at the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania from approximately 1880-1915, focusing particularly on students who came from various parts of Asia (India, China, the Philippines).
"'We Have Lived on Broken Promises': Charles A. Eastman, Susan La Flesche Picotte, and the Politics of American Indian Assimilation During the Progressive Era," Great Plains Quarterly 35.1 (Winter 2015).
Grants and Awards
Dissertation Year Fellowship, UCLA Graduate Division, 2014-2015
Jacob K. Javits Fellowship, U.S. Department of Education 2010-2014
Elizabeth Blackwell M.D. Award, UCLA Center for the Study of Women, 2013-2014
Ahmanson Summer Research Grant in the History of Medicine, Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library 2011
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