Date of Defense

12-9-2019

Date of Graduation

12-2019

Department

Biological Sciences

First Advisor

Megan Grunert-Kowalske

Second Advisor

John Spitsbergen

Abstract

This longitudinal, qualitative study explores the experiences of Hispanic/Latinx graduate students who pass as White. Using Ortega’s (2016) theory of multiplicitous selfhood, the sense of not belonging as Hispanic/Latinx nor White and the struggle to negotiate multiple identities is explored in the context of higher education.

Access Setting

Honors Thesis-Restricted

Restricted to Campus until

3-19-2022

Available for download on Saturday, March 19, 2022

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