Graduation Year

2014

Date of Thesis Acceptance

Spring 5-14-2014

Major Department or Program

Politics

Advisor(s)

Jack Jackson

Abstract

This thesis considers the US v. Windsor decision (2013) placing it in the context of larger queer political movements.

Page Count

43

Subject Headings

Assimilation (Sociology) -- Sexual minorities, Sexual minorities -- Legal status -- Laws, Affirmation, Normativity (Ethics) -- Social aspects, Same-sex marriage -- Law and legislation -- United States -- Cases, Social justice -- Public opinion, United States -- Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), Edie Windsor, Whitman College 2014 -- Dissertation collection -- Politics Department

Permanent URL

http://hdl.handle.net/10349/1273

Document Type

Public Accessible Thesis

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