Thesis (Open Access)
Bachelor of Arts in History
Sharon Bailey Glasco
History of Gender | United States History
This thesis examines the Anti-Chinese Movement in Portland, Oregon in relation to that of San Francisco. Contemporary sources indicated a correlation between labor and racism. This correlation is explored in both San Francisco and Portland along with contemporary notions of gender identity in an effort to examine the Anti-Chinese movement using modern social historic theory.
Ingerson, Kali, "Chinaman Go Home!: A Socioeconomic and Gendered Examination of the Anti-Chinese Movements of Portland, Oregon and San Francisco, California" (2012). Senior Theses. 2.