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Contributors ERIN N. BUSH earned her PhD in history VANESSA FABBRE is a social worker and from George Mason University. Her disser - assistant professor at the Brown School of So - tation, “Under the Guise of Protection: Sex, cial Work at Washington University in St. Lou - Race, and Eugenics in Virginia’s Reformato - is, where she is also affiliate faculty in Women, ries for Wayward Girls, 1910–1942,” explores Gender, and Sexuality Studies, and a faculty progressive reform, the criminalization of scholar at the Institute for Public Health. Fab - girls, and statewide eugenic efforts to stabilize bre received her AM and PhD in social work the social order in the New South. from the University of Chicago. Her work ex - plores the conditions under which gender and OLIVER CLASPER is a visual artist and jour - sexual minorities age well and what this means nalist whose work has been featured in the New in the context of heteronormativity, hetero- York Times, CityLab, and Vice, among others. sexism, and transphobia. He has previously worked as a news editor at the Associated Press, a researcher for Human RANDALL KENAN is the author of A Visita- Rights Watch, and a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southern Cultures University of North Carolina Press

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Southern Cultures , Volume 25 (2) – Jul 10, 2019

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University of North Carolina Press
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Copyright © Center for the Study of the American South
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1534-1488

Abstract

ERIN N. BUSH earned her PhD in history VANESSA FABBRE is a social worker and from George Mason University. Her disser - assistant professor at the Brown School of So - tation, “Under the Guise of Protection: Sex, cial Work at Washington University in St. Lou - Race, and Eugenics in Virginia’s Reformato - is, where she is also affiliate faculty in Women, ries for Wayward Girls, 1910–1942,” explores Gender, and Sexuality Studies, and a faculty progressive reform, the criminalization of scholar at the Institute for Public Health. Fab - girls, and statewide eugenic efforts to stabilize bre received her AM and PhD in social work the social order in the New South. from the University of Chicago. Her work ex - plores the conditions under which gender and OLIVER CLASPER is a visual artist and jour - sexual minorities age well and what this means nalist whose work has been featured in the New in the context of heteronormativity, hetero- York Times, CityLab, and Vice, among others. sexism, and transphobia. He has previously worked as a news editor at the Associated Press, a researcher for Human RANDALL KENAN is the author of A Visita- Rights Watch, and a

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Published: Jul 10, 2019

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