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Kimberly Creasap receives Elizabeth Baranger Teaching Award

Congratulations to Women's Studies Program Teaching Fellow, Kimberly Creasap!  She is one of seven winners selected from an initial pool of over 100 nominees in 2012. The award celebrates the outstanding work of graduate student teachers for the past academic year. Award recipients are honored at a luncheon and receive a $250.00 cash prize.

Kim Creasap has her MA in Women's Studies (Eastern Michigan University, 2005) and is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Sociology.  She is one of two Women’s Studies Program Teaching Fellows for 2011-2012.

After spending fourteen months in Sweden, she is currently writing her dissertation, "Sweden Ends Here: Social Movement Scenes and 'Alternative' Urban Culture," an ethnographic study of radical left-wing places in Swedish cities. Creasap has published articles in the Annual Review of Sociology (with Kathleen Blee) and Sociology Compass (forthcoming). She is also writing and speaking about zines (independently produced print media), as both valuable sources of qualitative data and feminist pedagogical tools. 

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