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Postgraduate Diploma in Gender and Development Studies
Masters of Science in Gender and Development Studies
Masters of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies
Marcus Kissoon, MSc Process of Disclosure Amongst Indo-Caribbean Male Survivor of Child Sexual Abuse / Sexual Assault and Gender Negotiations
Nataki Lewis, MSc Hair Stories – The Interpretations of Mine, Ours, and Your Hair from an Afro-Trinbagonian women’s Perspective
Shelly Santiago, MSc (Distinction) Exploring Women’s Unequal Geographies of Gendered Displacements in Post-Earthquake Haiti
Veraj Sonnyram, MSc Engaging Men on Issues of Gender Based Violence: Notions of Masculinity, Accountability and Pro-Feminist Men’s Movement Building
Renuka Anandjit, M.Sc. (Distinction) Exploring the Absence of Abortion Services in the Public Health Sector: Implications for Rural Women in Guyana
Adaeze Greenidge, M.Sc.(Distinction) Resistance, Representation and "Madness": A Feminist Analysis of Trinidad's Earth People
Jacqueline Kennedy-Benn, M.Sc Evaluating the current screening process used by nurses on antenatal clients to determine if they are experiencing Intimate Partner Violence
Asha Maharaj, M.Sc (Distinction) Crossing Difference Through Trinidadian Feminist Scholarship: A Course for the Future Analyzing the ways that the local body of discourse has crossed difference through scholarship
Amilcar Sanatan, MPhil Masculinities in the 21st Century Caribbean: Challenging Male Privilege with Profeminist Personal Stories and Pedagogies
Yolanda Simon, M.Sc Experiences of HIV positive Women in the National HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Trinidad and Tobago - 1990-2010
Annehara Guy, Postgradaute Diploma
Maria Jaikaransingh, Postgraduate Diploma
Merisa Thompson, PhD On the Farm and Out at Sea: Gender and the Lived Relations of Power in Two Trinidadian Food Complexes
Tricia Basdeo, MSc A comparative analysis of perceptions of Intimate Partner Violence by men and women in Trinidad and Tobago
Nirmala Chatar, MSc Widowhood: The Indo-Trinidadian Woman from Tradition to the 21st Century
Tivia Collins, MSc (Distinction) The Politicisation of Sexual and Reproductive Rights in Guyana
Richianne Daly, Postrgraduate Diploma
Darrell Francis, MPhil
Candice Arthur-Frederick, Postrgraduate Diploma
Shelly-Ann Hart, MSc A Study of the Profile and Experiences of Female Juvenile Offenders Housed at the Women’s Prison In Trinidad And Tobago
Melvin Julien Through the Eyes of Boys: Male Academic Under-Achievement in Secondary Schools - A case study in county Victoria, Trinidad and Tobago
Sarah Nabbie, MSc Child Marriage: Cultural Expression or Exploitation? A Struggle for Consensus on Child Marriage in 21st Century T&T
Nigel Phillip, Postrgraduate Diploma
Rachel Thomas, MSc (Distinction) Bare-ing Witness: Uncovering Black Women’s Experience of Police Violence in Militarized Communities
Darrell Francis, MSc Living Below the Margins: The Silenced Voices of Women Negotiating Family, Work and Welfare in Trinidad and Tobago
Michael Grandison, PDiploma
Lisa Marie McDonald, MSc Women’s experiences of achieving senior leadership positions in the finance industry in Trinidad
Sabrina Mowlah-Baksh, MSc The decision to run: Experiences of women who have succeeded in winning elected public office
Aleah Ranjitsingh, PhD Winning or losing ground? Women and Hugo Chavez’s Bolivarian revolution in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
Marissa Richardson, MSc Internship report on components of the Rape Crisis Society of Trinidad and Tobago and the Trinidad and Tobago Coalition against Domestic Violence
Rachel Espinet, MSc To queer or not to queer: Interrogating bodies in Shani Mootoo’s Valmiki’s Daughter
Charen Glasgow, MSc Resisting a sexist ideology: Responses to sexual harassment by women security officers in Trinidad and Tobago
Natasha Mahabir-Persad, MSc Desire It! Define It! Live It! First Time Mothers and Empowerment
Angela Mills, MSc Ten years and counting: A study of the factors that impact marital satisfaction in the East-West Corridor and Central Trinidad
Celise Patrick-Alfred, MSc Economic empowerment and government programming in gender and development: A review of the Women in Harmony project
Catherine Ali, PhD "Getting through" What constitutes empowerment in negotiations in Trinidad.
Sue Ann Barratt, PhD Investigating the relevance of perceptions of gender identity to interpersonal communication conflict
Kelly Ann Sambrano, MSc A study of black enslaved women’s use of sexual negotiations for their survival and advancement in British West Indian colonies 1750-1834
Nneka St Rose, MSc Young ‘Trini’ romance: The way Trinidadian adolescents view gender roles through romance on Gossip Girl.
Nicholas Ronnie Gilbert, MSc Masculinism and the reproduction of criminogenic behaviour in Trinidad prison.
Karen Hull-LaCoa, MSc An internship experience at the Gender Affairs Division, Trinidad: Reflections.
Eve Louise Ebbeson, MSc, 2010. A study of three perceptions and incidents of sexual harassment on the St Augustine Campus of The University of the West Indies.
Veronica Farrell, MPhil, 2010. Female displacement and dispossessionin the fiction of Jean Rhys.
Anusha J Ragbir, MSc, 2010. Staging "Indianness": the production of visibility in Indian beauty pageants in Trinidad.
Camille Michelle Samuel, PhD, 2010. Corporate turnaround and gender in Trinidad: Exclusionary practices in corporate turnaround leadership.
Jacqueline Burgess, MSc, 2009. The complexities of fatherhood: challenges of the absent male in Trinidad and Tobago.
Denise Sherline Merkitch, MSc, 2008. The evolution and effectiveness of the gender mainstreaming project in Tobago 1999 to 2001.
Raquel Lisa-Marie Sukhu, MPhil, 2006. Why men batter: malev(i)olence, malevolence, misogyny.
Wayne Riley, MPhil, 2005. The ordination of women the Seven Day Adventist Church.
Gabrielle Jamela Hosein, MPhil, 2004. Gender, generation and negotiation: adolescence and young Indo-Trinidadian women's identities in the late 20th century.
Donna Drayton, MPhil, 2003. Gender and adult literacy with specific reference to the Adult Literacy Tutors Association (ALTA) of Trinidad and Tobago