Graduate Teaching Associate, Department of HistoryGraduate StudentAdrienne Winans is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History. Her dissertation interrogates the intersection of gender, race, and space through the everyday experiences of Chinese American women and families. It re-maps exclusion era Chinese America from the margins using INS Chinese Exclusion Act files of women, international students, and mixed-race families. She received her M.A. in World History from New York University and her B.A. in History and Biological Sciences from the University of Chicago. Her research and teaching interests include Asian American history, women's and gender history, world history, transnationalism, and race, ethnicity, and the nation.