Date of Award
Master of Arts in American Studies (MAST)
Dr. Robbie Lieberman
Dr. Karen Robinson
Dr. Rebecca Hill
This capstone project is centered around Black Panther women and explores what it means to be a revolutionary black woman dealing with politics surrounding gender in both private and public spaces during the late 1960’s and beyond. In addition, the project includes an original fictional play based on the experiences of Panther women around the world. In addressing the social conditions that impacted female Panther activism and agency, together the capstone project and play operate as a commentary on power, gender relations, and society in and around the Black Panther Party.
Walker, Kristen Michelle, "Revolutionary Every Day: A Dramatic Exploration of Women and Their Agency in The Black Panther Party." (2017). Master of Arts in American Studies Capstones. 12.