Graduate Teaching Associate
Bridget Cuadra graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2019. She earned her Master of Arts in History, also from the University of Central Oklahoma, in 2021. Cuadra’s Master’s thesis, “Third World Revolutionaries: The Activism of the Third World Women’s Alliance and Alliance Against Women's Oppression, 1970s-1980s,” examines the intersectional and transnational coalition building efforts of the Third World Women’s Alliance and Alliance Against Women’s Oppression. Her research focuses on United States history, with an emphasis on race, gender, and ethnicity. Cuadra’s work examines the role of Black women in transnational feminist movements during the late twentieth century, focusing on their engagement with reproductive justice politics.