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Rachel Ramlawi

Rachel Ramlawi

Graduate Student // American Studies // SIS

Teaching Assistant // Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies // SIS

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AMST 101 - America and the World

WGSS 280 - Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies: An Introduction

Rachel Ramlawi is a Ph.D. student in American Studies. Her research interests focus on analyzing gender and race in Popular Culture, particularly animated film, and television. Before coming to study at Purdue she worked for a year as a Bookmobile and Outreach librarian providing library services to underserved communities in small rural and working-class Ohio towns, and the country jail.

She holds an M.A in Popular Culture from Bowling Green State University, and a B.A. in Popular Culture from Bowling Green State University. She has instructed in Popular Culture studies.