Sarah R. Pripas-Kapit
Ph.D. Department of History, University of California, Los Angeles, 2015
Dissertation: “Educating Women Physicians of the World: International Students of the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1880-1915″
Graduate Certificate in Gender Studies, UCLA Department of Gender Studies, 2013
M.A. Department of History, University of California, Los Angeles, 2012
B.A. Department of History, Scripps College, Claremont, CA (magna cum laude), 2009
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
2015 “Piety, Professionalism, and Power: Chinese Protestant Missionary Physicians and Imperial Affiliations between Women in the Early Twentieth Century,” Gender & History 27.2 (August): 349-373.
2015 “’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, p. 51-78.
2012 “The General Federation of Women’s Clubs,” in The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Social History ed. Lynn Dumenil. Oxford University Press.
FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
2014-2015 Dissertation Year Fellowship, UCLA Graduate Division
2010-2014 Jacob K. Javits Fellowship, U.S. Department of Education
2013-2014 Elizabeth Blackwell, M.D. Award, UCLA Center for the Study of Women
2014 American Association of the History of Medicine Student Travel Grant
2013 Carey McWilliams Summer Travel Grant, UCLA History Department
2011-2012 Ahmanson Graduate Student Research Grant in the History of Medicine, Louise Darling Biomedical Library (UCLA)
2014 “Race and Healthcare in U.S. History,” American Association of the History of Medicine, Chicago, IL, May 16-18.
2014 “Birthing Modernity in the Philippines: Dr. Honoria Acosta-Sison and the Politics of Obstetrics,” Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, Toronto, ON, May 22- 25.
2014 “The Mismeasure of Woman: The Debate on Pelvimetry, Obstetrics, and Race in the United States, 1870-1920,” American Association of the History of Medicine, Chicago, IL May 8-11.
2013 “Saviors of Body, Soul, and Nation: Chinese Women Physicians at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” Western Association of Women Historians Conference, Portland, OR, May 16-18.
2013 UCLA History Graduate Students Association History+ Conference, “Historical Disobedience: Transgressive Subjects, Methods, and Stories,” Los Angeles, CA, November 1.
Adjunct Professor, UCLA Department of History
History of Women in the U.S. (Fall 2015)
Teaching Assistant, UCLA Department of History
History of Women in the U.S. (Fall 2012)
Themes in the History of Medicine (Fall 2011)
History of Science in the Twentieth Century (Fall 2010)
Teaching Assistant, UCLA Department of Gender Studies
Introduction to Gender Studies (Spring 2014)
Vice-President, UCLA History Graduate Student Association, 2013-2014
Chair, UCLA History Graduate Student Association Intellectual Life Committee, 2012-2013
Graduate Student Representative, Gary Nash Chair search committee (UCLA), 2011
Italian, basic reading proficiency
American Association for the History of Medicine, 2014-present
American Historical Association, 2011-present
Coordinating Council for Women in History, 2014-present
Organization of American Historians, 2011-present
Western Association of Women Historians, 2013-present