Honors Projects accepted for 2005.

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Submissions from 2012

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"We are scattered, starved, hunted, half-naked, but we are not conquered": Masculinity, Race and Resistance in Bleeding Kansas, Cori Simon

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Organizing the World: Power Dynamics and “Civilization” in the British Museum, Katherine E. Steir

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Agencies at War: Marshaling Places, Objects, and Sonorities in the Alta California Missions, Naomi R. Sussman

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The Concrete Modernism of Oscar Niemeyer and the Paulistano Impulse Toward Cannibalized Urban Design and Performative Identity, Doris Zhao

Submissions from 2011

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Being Seen: An Art Historical and Statistical Analysis of Feminized Worship in Early Modern Rome, Olivia J. Belote

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A Historiography of Chastity in the Marriage of Edith of Wessex and Edward the Confessor, Maren Hagman

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War and Memory: The Role of Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon, Bassam Khawaja

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A War Within World War II: Racialized Masculinity and Citizenship of Japanese Americans and Korean Colonial Subjects, Jeffrey Yamashita

Submissions from 2009

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A Land with a People: Palestine under British Mandate, Marie Gray

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New Rhetoric, Old Practices: Combining Old and New Diplomacy in 1919, Natasha M. Leyk

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To Die a Noble Death: Blood Sacrifice and the Legacy of the Easter Rising and the Battle of the Somme in Northern Ireland History, Anne L. Reeder

Submissions from 2008

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Making District Del Sol: The Murals of Saint Paul's West Side, Jenna F. Harris

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Orgolhs, Paratge, and la Gentils Toloza: Imagining Community in the Song of the Cathar Wars, Elizabeth Johnson

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Visible Civility, Maeve Kane

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Mr. Gandhi Visits Lancashire: A Study in Imperial Miscommunication, Irina Spector-Marks

Submissions from 2005

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U.S. Decision-making in the Korean Conflict: "Lessons of History" from Munich to Clinton, Roland D. McKay