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Catherine Ariail

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Alumnus (Graduate Program)

I study the intersection between women's sports culture and society in the late twentieth-century United States, with special interest in the experiences of female distance runners in the 1970s.

Dissertation/Thesis Title:
The Women's Distance Running Industry and the Paradox of Women's Sports: Class, Consumption, Identity, and the Subordination of Women in American Sports Culture
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Selected Publications:

Ariail, Catherine. “The Women's Distance Running Industry And The Paradox Of Women's Sports: Class, Consumption, Identity, And The Subordination Of Women In American Sports Culture”. Bethany Moreton. 2013: n. pag. Print.

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