Stephanie Michelle Montgomery
|Title||Graduate Student, |
|Office||Humanities & Social Sciences Bldg, rm 150 (Grad Lab)|
|Campus Mail Stop||History Department|
History of Modern China; history of Modern East Asia; women's and gender history; history of the body and sexuality; penal, legal, and criminal justice history.
My dissertation, “Gender, Criminality, and the Prison in China, 1928-1953,” examines the relationship between state visions of penal reform and the actual conditions of women’s prisons in Shanghai and Tianjin during a quarter century of political change encompassing Nationalist political control, Japanese occupation, civil war, and the early years of the People’s Republic of China.
Honors, Awards and Grants
2016, UCSC Institute for Humanities Research Summer Dissertation Fellowship
2015, Association for Asian Studies China and Inner Asia Council (CIAC) Small Grant
2015, Henry Luce Foundation/ACLS Program in China Studies Predissertation-Summer Travel Grant
2014, UCSC Institute for Humanities Research Summer Research Fellowship
2013-2014, UCSC Department of History Pre-Dissertation Fellowship
2013, U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship Program
2012-2017, Cota-Robles Fellowship