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Events from 2018

Searching For Utopia in Postwar British Urban Planning, Julia Butterfield

The Left Wing of the Possible: Building an American Labor Party in the Shadow of the New Deal: 1936-1947, Jesse Docter

"A Spectacle of Vice": Sex Work and Moralism Under the Paris Commune, Eliza Guinn

“Overrun all this country…”: Two New Mexican lives through the U.S. Civil War, Izzy Hannigan

Using Filipino American National Democratic Activism as a Lens for Redressing American Empire in the Philippines, Melissa Harris

Sí, Me Afectó: The Women of Bracero Households in Michoacán, 1942-1964, Eleanor Lindberg

Healing and Restoration Under Slavery, and The Public Memory That Lets Us Remembers, Muntaha Mohamed

The Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo: Motherhood as a Tool to Undermine the Patriarchy, Tal Netter-Sweet

"An Island Reborn": Imagery of Japan in Mid-twentieth Century American Magazines, Alexander Somogyi

Flying Tigers: Transnational Memories of a World War II Collaboration, Shang Yasuda

Events from 2017

Judaism Despite Modernity: Schoenberg and the German Tradition, Maurice Cohn

Ninety Seconds in Charleston: How Historical Memory and Myth Sustain Racial Inequality in America, Kaia Diringer

The Underground Soviet: Shaping Soviet Culture in the Leningrad Metro, Ian Gilchrist

Consider the Mantis Shrimp: Semiotics and Authorship in Italo Calvino’s If on a winter’s night a traveler, Zoe Ginsberg

"And There in the Postwar Silence": Olga Berggolts and Postwar Soviet Subjectivity, 1945-1954, Lillian Posner

"We Need Not Weep Alone": Evelyn C. White's Vision of a World Where Black Women are Free, Natalia Shevin

Events from 2016

Contested Land, Contested Representations: Re-visiting the Arab Revolt of 1936-1939 in Palestine, Gabriel Brown

The Effects of the Munich Visiting Program on German-Jewish Memory of the Holocaust, 1960-1972, Jesse Gamoran

“Music-making in a Joyous Sense”: Community and the Dangers of Modernity at Benjamin Britten's Aldeburgh Festival of Music and the Arts, Daniel Hautzinger

John the Fearless: Demagogue, Tyrant and Visionary – The Second Valois Duke of Burgundy and the Parisian Mob, Sean Para

Events from 2015

Norman Jacobson’s Search for Authenticity, Kai Gardner

A Reevaluation and Reinterpretation of the Association for the Advancement of Women, 1873-1897, Claire Payne

America in Wonderland: Defining the Nation in the Early Amusement Parks of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Kathleen Thornton

Freewheeling Women? The Conservative Normalization of American Women’s Cycling, 1890-1900, Hanna Van Reed

Events from 2014

Ethnic and National Identities in Jewish and Israeli Minority Literature, Hadas Binyamini

Between Force and Law: The Early Years of the Pinochet Regime, Lily Bryant

Black September and Jordanian Nationhood, Sarah Cole

The Fragile Sovereign? Sovereignty, Citizenship, and Conscription in Northern Ireland, 1938-1946, Connor Jerzak

"God Knows What I Know": Trans-Eurasian Influence on the Sacred-Secular Conflict in 13th Century Europe, Matthew Kendrick

"You Started Something when You Joined the International Brigade, Papa": Alvah Bessie, the Spanish Civil War, and the Communist Party of the United States of America, Reid Palmer

Events from 2013

Land Reform and Democratization in Rajasthan State, Jason Bent

Access and Activism: Reproductive Health at Oberlin College, 1960-1980, Brittany Craig

Soundin’ National Cultcha: Creolization, Migration, and Jamaican Music, Warren Harding

Lo que el carro cambio: Changing the Performance of Tradition in A Transnational Community, Rocio León

Re-membering, Re-telling and Re-surfacing Histories: An Examination of Memory in Post-Dictatorial Chilean Society, Elise Shulman-Reed

Events from 2012

Lyndon Johnson and the Atlantic Alliance, Nicholas Adell

The Funding of Education in Ohio and the Perpetuation of Inequality, Roger Kligerman

The Reinvention of Britain: British National Identity and the European Community, 1967-1975, J. Meade Klingensmith

Evangelical Protestants and Political Trust, Phil Lee

A Biological-Historical Narrative of the Bengal Famine of 1943-44, Joe Leffler

Phylogenetics and Phylogeography in a Gypsum Endemic Clade: Haploësthes and Sartwellia, Rachel Plumb

Canon, Code, and Cloister: A Legal History of the Nuns' Revolt at Sainte-Croix, 589-591, Jake Purcell

Theses/Dissertations from 1989

The Jews of Southern and Central Illinois and Western Kentucky, Steve E. Jablon

Theses/Dissertations from 1988

The Feminist Thought of Simone de Beauvoir, Jennifer Gay

Colonial Reaction to British Policy, 1766-1770: The Non-Importation Movement, Timothy A. Hacsi

The Justiciarship in the Reign of Richard I: An Exercise in Self-Rule, Lisa Ann Murray

A Generation's Experiment: Oberlin Womanhood, Coeducation, and The Ladies' Board of Managers 1835-1879, Rachel Filene Seidman

Theses/Dissertations from 1987

Boss Rule: Charles F. Murphy and the New York City Mayors, 1902-1924, Jeffrey A. Auerbach

The Evolution of Camus' Political Philosophy, Eric LeBlanc

The Role of Higher Education in the Construction of the "Feminine Mystique" In Post-War America, Stephanie L. Maxwell

Economics and the Ratification of the Constitution in Pennsylvania and Virginia, Eric Phillips

Backroom Boys: The Evolution of British Cryptography 1914-1945, Andrea Van Hook

Theses/Dissertations from 1986

American Intellectuals and the Problem of Ideology, Steven Betensky

England, Napoleon and the Peace of Amiens: 1801-1803, Ken Jassie

As Old as New: The Search for the Rural Community in Depression Years, Karen R. Merrill

Theses/Dissertations from 1985

Napoleonic Tactics, Thomas F. Arnold

Classes and Masses in English Education, Alex Franklin

England and the Eastern Question: A Shift in Policy, Amanda Martinsek

Disraeli: The Search For and Handling of Power: A Study in Creativity, Courage, and Consistency, Grace E. Mueller

The Role of Bismarck's Flexible Polity in the Unification of Germany 1862-1871, Karl A. Zillgitt

Theses/Dissertations from 1984

Tom L. Johnson and Progressive Municipal Reform, 1901-1909, Steven J. Davis

The Campaign to Repeal the Contagious Diseases Acts in Victorian England, 1864-1886, Sharon Harless

Spain and the Strength of the West: American Foreign Policy Toward Spain, 1936-1953, Abbe J. Lubell

Voltaire, Rousseau and The Revolution in Geneva: 1763-1770, Thomas Luckett

Bankers, Diplomats and Oilmen: The United States' Response to Mexican Revolutionary Nationalism, 1917-1927, James F. Siekmeier

Theses/Dissertations from 1983

The Secret War of British Intelligence: A Retrospective Study, Frederick S. Downs

Mexican Migration to the United States: An Historical and Contextual Analysis, Jonathan H. Fischer

The Charleston Convent Riot of 1834, Timothy M. Flynn

In Pursuit of Economic Opportunity: Persistence and Mobility in the Rigid Socio-economic Structure of Logansport, Indiana, 1850-1880, Owen R. Glendening

An Intellectual History of the Relationship Between Politics and the Development of Christian Doctrine Between the Councils of Nicea and Constantinople, 325-381, Bradford Scott Gram Swing

Theses/Dissertations from 1982

Stalinist Collectivization, 1927-1930, Bill Segal

Rural Women in Sri Lanka: Family Planning, Work and Development 1945-1978, Sarah Stockwell

Theses/Dissertations from 1981

Ricardian Socialism and Its Impact on the Formation of the British Working Class, Gale Connor

The Problematic Nature of American Radicalism: Students for a Democratic Society, Peter C. Mancall

England Under Stephen: An Interpretation of King Stephen's Reign Through the Monastic Chronicles of Richard of Hexham, Aelred of Rievaulx, and William of Malmesbury, Eric Stephen Zakim

Theses/Dissertations from 1980

The Development of Dante's Political Thought: A Quest for Italian Unity, Ronald Henry Bedard

Virginia Woolf's Feminism, Laurel A. Fields

The Second Berlin Crisis, 1958-1962: Soviet Initiative and United States Response, Jessica J. Houston

Theses/Dissertations from 1979

The Gambler's Throw: The German Spring Offensive, 1918, Lorin Mark Burte

John F. Kennedy and the Black Press: 1960 and 1961, Laura D. Coleman

Theories of Vision in the Middle Ages, J.E. Griffith

The Emergence of Populism: The Transformation of the North Carolina Farmer's Alliance Into the People's Party, 1886-1892, Douglas A. Johns

The Irish Parliamentary Party and the Liberal Alliance, 1910-1918, Jeffrey A. Mazer

Margaret Sanger and Marie Stopes: Feminist Leaders in the Twentieth Century Struggle for Birth Control, Carolyn Pratt

Georgii Valentinovich Plekhanov: And the Determinist Marxism of the Second International, Edward Shlasko

Theses/Dissertations from 1978

The Euclid Avenue Elite Cleveland, Ohio, 1860-1910: Work, Life, and Architecture, Jan Cigliano Hartman

Protestant Women Missionaries and the Elevation of Womanhood in Japan 1920-1940, Elizabeth A. Gans

"For the General Good…": Changing Institutions in the Town of Plymouth, Massachusetts, 1620-1700, Emily Harris

A Legal History of Affirmative Action, Timothy J. Hoy

Student Peace Union, Five Years Before the New Left, Howard Metzenberg

The Changing Universe of "Civic Interest" and the Course of Municipal Reform in Chicago, 1886-c.1900, Keith Schlesinger

The New Liberalism, 1906-1914: An Analysis of its Impact Upon Britain's Politics, Policies, and People, Nancy Thompson

Theses/Dissertations from 1977

The Politics of Destruction: The Emergence of Joseph R. McCarthy, Michael H. Barr

Cuban Race Relations and Afro-Cuban Political Activity, 1933-1959, Steve Burkholder

The Nigerian - Bifran Civil War and the American Press: Images and Realties, Linda J. Chiswick

Social Change in the Late Eighteenth Century: Three New Jersey Towns, John B. Gilmour

Theses/Dissertations from 1976

When Boom Town Goes Bust: The Impact of the Great Depression in Lorain, Ohio, Daniel Hoffman

The Remilitarization of the Rhineland on 7 March 1936: A Collision of Post-World War I British and French Diplomacy With the Expansionist Policies of Adolf Hitler, Richard I. Lehr

Theses/Dissertations from 1975

Black Nationalism: The Dubois Perspective, Lillie M. Johnson

Building a Vanguard Party: Social Democrats and the Russian Workers' Movement 1900 to 1903, Susan L. Kaufman