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There are a number of students who have worked with the CSEGA program to complete research.  Each of these students have completed extensive research into the areas of cultural background, race, and gender.  

Maura Conway
Catholic Women in Appalachian Labor Relations

Travis Williams
Giving Voice: A Qualitative Study of African American Alumni, Alumnae, and Current Student Racial Perceptions at Marshall University

Connie Zirkle
Images of Appalachian Women on the Internet

Julia Lewis
Women's Voices from Buffalo Creek

Okey J. Napier
Appalachian Queens: Female Impersonation in the Gay Community of Huntington, West Virginia

Linda Trollinger
Constructing, Fragmenting and Re-constructing Identity: Reclaiming of Native American Heritage







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