All theses that received two readings of Magna Minus or higher are deposited in the Harvard Library Archives. The list below shows Summa theses and those that received the Hoopes Prize from 2014-1983. An asterisk indicates that the writer of the thesis received the Hoopes Prize. Theses below the dotted line in a given year were not Summa theses, but did win a Hoopes.
- Victoria Baena "An Essentially Democratic Institution?": Literary Lectures, the Positive Method, and the Emergence of the French Third Republic, 1861-1870*
- Madeleine Bersin "Self-Definition with a Vengeance": Modernist Objectives in the Art Criticism of Clement Greenberg and Michael Fried, Circa 1967*
- Haley Bowen The King's Third Body: Representations of Christian Kingship in the Valois Tombs*
- Amy Bridge Female Patriotism, Citizenship, and the Great War*
- Shira Kogan This Is Not a Veil: Performing Franco-Maghrebi Women's Identities in the Work of Ni Putes Ni Soumises and Majida Khattari*
- Emmet von Stackelberg Cities of Silence and Peril: Urban Anxiety and Wonder in King Vidor's The Crowd and F.W. Murnau's Sunrise
- Zachary Bernstein Monument or Memorial? Art and Automobiles in Diego Rivera’s Detroit Industry Murals*
- Brittney Lewer Los Caballitos de Troya: The Trojan Horses of Colorblindness and Public Policy in Arizona, 1988-2012
- Benjamin Naddaff-Hafrey The “Electrified Fable”: Radio Experimentation, Interwar Social Psychology, and Imagined Invasion in The War of the Worlds*
- Camille Owens Respectability’s Girl: Images of Black Girlhood Innocence, 1920-2013
- M.J. Sakellariadis “In the Hated Prison Walls … Lo! My Bleeding Country Calls”: Confederate Nationalism in Fort Warren Prisoner Autograph Albums*
Jessica Stein Bringing Dignity Home: Writing Dignity into Contemporary British Asylum Law
- Christian Ronald Producing a Public: 1935, The Living Newspaper, and Public Opinion in Depression-Age America*
- Amanda Hameline Mining for Marriage: The Gold Digger as Marital Speculator, 1919-1940
- Cory Kind Proving 'We Also Served': Negotiated Frameworks of Political Citizenship in the Marriages of the American All-Voluntary Military
- Spencer Lenfield Mrs. Dalloway and Virginia Woolf's Conception of the Individual
- James McAuley Decision in Bordeaux: Eduardo Propper de Callejon, the Problem of the Jewish Refugees, and Actor-Network Theory in Vichy France, 1940-1941*
- Natalie Panno 'Ten Thousand Times Ten Thousand Worlds': Phebe Folger's Recueil and the Transformations of Quaker Women's Culture in the Early American Republic
- Mikael Schinazi On History in Julien Graq's Le Rivage des Syrtes
Emma Wood Fleeing the Poetic Convent: Elena Shvart's Works and Days and Problems of Female Authorship in the Late-Soviet Literary Underground*
- Matthew Smith Miller "Surely His Mother Mourns For Him": Africans on Exhibition in Boston and New York, 1860-1861*
- Catherine Chika Ntube Imagining the Biafran Child: Exploring Representations of the Biafran Child as Victim, 1967-2007*
- Meghan McCartin Wareham Remembering October 17, 1961: French-Algerian Searches for Social and Historical Inclusion in Paris, 1985-2010*
Michael Yashinsky Churning Hearts: The British Milkmaid In The Nineteenth Century*
- Christopher Johnson-Roberson Princess Magogo Revisited: Gender, Modernity, and Nationalism in Zulu Women's Bow Song
- Vanessa Dube "Nothing Between You and the Set But Space": A Cultural History of the Zenith Space Commander Remote Control*
- Emily Graff "Books Like These Are Burned!": The 1933 Nazi Book Burnings in American Historical Memory
- Amrapali Maitra Madness as a Language and a Language for Madness: Readings of Indian Literature
- Elizabeth Nichols Creating an Espace Propre in La Coutte D'Or: Creativity, Agency and Dignity in a Multicultural Parisian Neighborhood*
- Jeffrey Phaneuf "Shoemaker, stick to thy last": Ebenezer Mackintosh and the Stamp Act Crisis of 1765
- Diana Wise Mere Trifles: Lord Hervey's Memoirs and the Significance of the Insignificant*
- Olivia Benowitz "Ne Jo N'ai Soig Mais de Taisir": The Women Behind Le Roman de Silence
- Mathieu Bouchard Beautiful and Broken in Montréal: A Comparative Study of Leonard Cohen and Parti Pris
- Johannah Cornblatt "The Bitch that Bore Him is in Heat Again": Adapting Bertolt Brecht's The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui for the New York Stage
- Kimberly Hagen From the Tiny Beetle to the Transnational: Considerations of Space in Zapatista Literature *
- Paul Katz The Politics of "Perceptide": The Struggle for Institutional Accountability and Human Rights in the Argentine Jewish Community, 1976-2009
- Daniel Rasmussen Violent Visions: Slaves, Sugar, and the 1811 German Coast Uprising *
- Timothy Reckart "Martinka's on Saturday Night": The Society of American Magicians and the Professionalization of Magic
- Jacob Segal Death to the Double Nickel: Trucker Culture, CB Radio, and Resistance to the National Speed Limit
- Emma Winer "I Wish Not to Drag up the Past but to Help Lay it": Elizabeth Bowen's A World of Love and Anglo-Irish Historical Writing
Olga Zhulina Love Between Languages: Translation in Andreï Makine’s Le testament français *
- Julia Renaud Mining the Past: The Culture of History in Virginia City, Nevada
- Alexander Chase-Levenson "A Gate for the Whole Continent": Quarantine, Illness, and the Imaginative Geography of British Travel to the "East," 1780-1850*
- Frederic Clark Historiae Veritas and the First Historiographer: Reading Dares Phrygius in The Middle Ages*
- Ofole Mgbako "My Blackness is the Beauty of this Land": African-American Culture and the Creation of the Black World in South Africa's Black Consciousness Movement (1969-1978)
- Nathaniel Naddaff-Hafrey In Search of "The City of All Faiths": Post-9/11 Cultural Exchange, Hybrid Heroism, and Historical Reclamation in The Zein Series and The 99
- Danielle Sassoon Constructing Jewish Identity: Ludwig Lewisohn's Evolving Spiritual Nationalism
- Erika Solomon History for the Future: The Challenge of Bridging Israeli and Palestinian Narratives in the PRIME Shared History Project
- Matthew Growdon Ford Madox Ford and the Wartime Mind
- Michael Grynbaum A Joke by Any Other Name Hoax as a Social Protest: Three Case Studies
- Rachel Nolan "Wrap Th' Green Flag Round Me": Irish Republican Rhetoric in Sean O'Casey's Kathleen Listens In *
- William Payne "American Weimar": German Writers and Transcendentalist Self-Identity
- Katherine Takvorian The Sex Factor: Abolitionist Outsiders, Amalgamation, and the Search for Social Equality in America, 1825-1843
- Thomas Wickman The "Free Dollar": Money and the Imagination of Freedom in Antebellum Fugitive Slave Autobiographies *
- Heather Brink-Roby "Naturally Ordered in Sheaves": George Eliot and Nineteenth-Century Taxonomy.*
- Jenny Davis Peter Kalifornsky: Working Dena'Ina Country With Words.*
- Christine DeLucia King Philip's War in Landscape and Memory.*
- Micah Fitzerman-Blue Individualized Justice and Federalism: Uncle-Niece Marriages for Jews in Rhode Island.*
- Kyle Frisina From Montgomery to Meridian: Representations of Space and Place in the Civil Rights Movement.
- Sylvia Houghteling Silk Culture: Visions of American Labor 1880-1893.
- Christopher Le Coney Queer on the Frontier: Gay Cowboys in American Art, Cinema, and Comic Book Culture from 1943 to 2005.
- Cara Lewis Blasting Bohemia: A Revaluation of Wyndham Lewis's Tarr.
- Iliana Montauk Moliere for Morocco: Postcolonial Negotiations of French Theater Policy (1950-1994).*
- David Wax Dismantling the Archive: Counter-history in Augusto Roa Bastos's Yo el Supremo.
- Brian Distelberg The Making of a "Gay Classic": A Cultural History of Auntie Mame.*
- Katherine O'Neill Making "The Richtersveld People": Legal Personality in South African Land Reform, 1998-2004.
- Claire Pasternack Itineraries of Modern Life at the Paris Exposition of 1900.
- T. Josiah Pertz The Jewgrass Boys: Bluegrass Music's Emergence in New York City's Washington Square Park, 1946-1961.*
Chloe Schama Sensation in the Court: The Narration of Feminine Virtue in 1861 Yelverton Bigamy Trial and its Aftermath.
- Stephanie Safdi How They Wrote America: Anzia Yezierska and the Discourse of Pluralism.
- Laura Schubert Liberty, Equality, Anxiety: Identity and Displacement in Post-Revolutionary France, 1815-1840.
- Shannon Ringvelski 'Buy the truth, and sell it not': The Economic Antichrist in Two Early Modern Contexts.
- Catherine Romatowski Outlining the Playing Field: Title IX, Athletic Bodies and Categories of Sex/Gender in the 1990s.*
Katherine Stirling The Last Utopia: Aesthetics and Ideology at the 1937 Paris Exposition.
- Madiha Sattar Re-Placing the British?: Post-Colonial Elites and Permeable Spaces in Rushdie's South Asia.
- John Bash The Epic Canon: Satan's Guns in Paradise Lost.
- Catherine Buchanan Pointed Panegyric: The Changing Form and Mixed Message of the Caroline Masque.
- Jonathan Darman Killing "Society": Cold War Hollywood's American Upper Class.*
- Nicholas Horbaczewski The Bitter School of Honor and Faith: Forging a New Manhood in the Crucible of Combat.*
- Hayang Kim "Imagining" the Nation: Kathe Kollwitz and Artistic Representation in Wilhelmine Germany, 1895-1910.
- Beatrice Kitzinger "The Forms of Things Unknown": Fourteenth Century Visual Art and the Viewer's Ascent to Heaven.*
- Ana-Maria Lopez "Armed Only with Paintbrushes": The Debates over Art and Modernism in Diego Rivera's Rockefeller Center Mural.
- Sue Meng Mapping Daniel Deronda.
- Charisse Padilla Latinidad's Limits: The Shortcomings of a Community-Based Vision of Latino Identity in Junot Diaz's Drown.
- Jonathan Sherman "We're Gonna Be Ready Tonight": Civil Rights and the Race Politics of Postwar Film Noir.
Matthew Sussman Doing Justice: In Defense of W.H. Auden's Later Poetry.
- Miranda Richmond Inkblots and Bloodstains: The Development of Jacobin Ideology in Rural France.
- Anna Weiss (Re)Reading Turgenev's Rudin: Text and Context in 1850s Russia.
- Tobias Berkman Dressing Up America: The Jewish Chameleon in America's Popular Imagination.
- Marijeta Bozovic The Exiled Reflection: Mirrors in Joseph Brodsky's Poetic Ouvre.
- Angus Burgin "Among All These Forces': Fictions of a Changing Academy.
- Alexander Clark "Enigmatique par le Fond et sans Vérité dans le Détail': How the Closet Came to Be Before the Homosexual in Three Mal du Siècle Fictions.
- Trevor Cox Edward Bates, the Civil War, and the Legal Mind of the Lincoln Administration. *
- Dehn Gilmore 'It Is We Who Gnaw Like the Worm': Thomas Hardy's Novels and Victorian Debates About Artistic Permanence.
- Melissa Gniadek Divisions of a Separating World: Community in the Composite Novel -- Jewett's The Country of the Pointed Firs, Anderson's Winesburg, Ohio, and Steinbeck's The Pastures of Heaven. *
- Catherine Gowl Complacency, Security, and Pain: James Agee and Walker Evans' Let Us Now Praise Famous Men in the 1940s and 1960s.
- Vera Keller Quintessential Machines: Two Seventeenth Century Machines in a Changing World Culture.
- Benjamin Kornell The American Ambulance Experience and World War I Literature.
- Susan Long Foolish Fighting: Dueling, Power and License in Elizabethan and Stuart England.
- Andrew Lynn Reading Bartelby. *
- Megan Anderson McPhie Negotiationg Ideologies: Anti-Shaker Literature, 1780-1820.
- Jayne Rosefield 'What Passing Bells?': Memorializing Benjamin Britten's War Requiem.
- Daniel Rosenthal Walt Whitman's War.
- Abby Schlatter Choked by the Weeds of Domesticity: Inserting Edith Summers Kelly into American Feminist Thought. *
- Avi Steinberg The Heroism of Laughter and the Community of Laughers: The Wabbit and World War I Amewica.
- Kristen Sueoka 'Survival of the Fittest Shall Mean the Triumph of the Good, the Beautiful, the True': The Racial Millenium in A History of the American People, Souls of Black Folk, and The Birth of a Nation.
Laura Wells Focusing on the Periphery: Anglo-Scottish Border Identity, 1314-1513.
- Christopher Cox Declining German America: German-Language Humor Writing and the Dissapearance of an Ethnic Group.
- Ross Douthat The Subversive Reactionary: Rider Haggard's Unimperial Fiction.
- Alexis Loeb Trial and Erreur: The Cases of Robert Brasillach and Ezra Pound in Their National Contexts.
- Lauren Brandt Nursing the Nation: Civil War Women and the Reconstruction of Self, Work and America.
- Chad Denton Öffenlichkeit and the Rhine Crisis 1840: A Study of the Reception of Nicolas Becker's Rheinland.
- Jacqueline Newmyer The Politics of Truth: Simone Weil's Theory of Education and Law. *
- Joanna Peltason The Role of Race and Black Character in Eudora Welty's Fiction, from 1936-1972.
- Jessica Richman Moving South: Northern Jewish Women in the Civil Rights Movement.
- David Shapiro Stranger Than Fiction: Invented Narrative in Russian Literary Criticism, 1858-1871. *
Blythe Yee Dryden, Imperialism, and Generic Experiment. *
- Rebeca Gogel Mongrel Graffiti: Intertextuality and the Redemption of History in Michael Ondaatjie's In the Skin of the Lion and The English Patient.
- Eleanor Hubbard Radical Pirates: Political Thought on the Margins of Society.
- Vera Keller Imperial Presence: Systems of Representation in an Elizabethan Diplomatic Gift. (Junior Essay)
- Caitlin Anderson Immigration and Informal Empire: The British in Argentina, 1860-1890.
- Christopher Boyd Philosophers and Theologians on the Intellect: The Averroist Controversy at the University of Paris in 1270.
- Andrew Mandel "Once They Wrote Poetry, Now It's the Laundry List': Radcliffe College and Coeducational Contradictions in Postwar America.
- Margot Minardi A Rugged Maze: The Emancipation of Belinda and Chloe Spear. *
- Nora Morrison Grand Operas: Chicagoan and Parisian Interpretations of the Totalizing Art, 1860-1895.*
- Mary Nicklin Mapping the Myth: America's Continent and the Fulfillment of Virginia's Pacific Dream.*
Nicholas Parrillo Theodore Parker's Condemnation of Daniel Webster: Slavery and the Fractured Paradigms of Political Culture.*
- Benjamin Railton Revolt and Reinvention Re-viewed: American Attitudes Toward the Past in History and Historical Fiction.
- Daniel Sussner Methexis: The Politics of Female Allegory and the 1871 Paris Commune.
- Sam Tepperman-Gelfant ëLooked Upon by Many as a Minister' : The Conversion of Samson Occom.
- Hannah Weiss Managing Mutiny: The Removal of Indian and Euroasian Women from Domestic Closure in British Mutiny Novels.
- Emily Wong 'To Serve and Not to Rule': The Missionary Predicament in India Between the Wars
- Dunja Popovic Brodsky vs. Pushkin: Polemical Self-Fashioning. *
Margaret Schotte Savages, Beasts and 'Honnête Gens': Collapsing Cultural Boundareis in the Work of the Baron de Lahontan. *
- Kevin Amer Mirror Images: Community Organizing in Cleveland, Ohio, 1963-1965.
- Rebecca Edwards `When I Am Dead': An Examination of Death and Dying in the Works of Anne Bradstreet and the Dilemma of Legacy in Seventeenth-Century New England.
- Dana Goldblatt Mobility, Identity, and the Problem of Poetry in Piers Plowman.
- Gonzalo Martinez Questioning a Canonical Chicano Experience: Writing Against Prevailing Notions of Chicanismo in Acosta's Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo, Rodriguez's Hunger of Memory, and Moraga's Loving in the War Years.
- Abigail Rezneck Desegregating a Canon, a City, and a Country: The Struggles for Membership and Leadership in Washington, D.C., 1944-1954.*
- Jessica Brown The Republican Classroom.
- Victoria Cain So Fleet the Works of Men: Denver and the Tabor Grand Opera House.
- Jessica Freireich Holding a Mirror up to the Victorians: Shakespearean Characters in the Nineteenth Century.*
Mark Greif The American Transformation of the holocaust, 1945-1965.*
- Sarawan Murray Map-Makers and Sea-Discoverers: Images of Cartography in the Poems of John Donne.
- Meredith Alexander The Political Morality of Eating in Eighteenth Century France.
- Annie Decker Learning to Work, and Working to Learn: Thoreau, Harvard and Laborious Reading.
- Hugh Eakin Religious Politics and Civic Rhetoric in the Renaissance: The Brancacci Chapel Frescoes and Their Patronage.*
- Chimene Keitner Re-Vamping the Salome Myth: The Femme Fatale and Sexual Power in Rachilde.*
Andrew Wilson Writing Under Authoritarian Regimes: Argentina's Silent Discourse of Power From 1976 Until 1983.
- Elizabeth Marlantes From the Mud Hut to the Parthenon: Edith Wharton's Search for the Ideal Home.*
- James Miller "Between the Boycotters and the Lift-Givers": Comparative History of the Bus Boycotts in Montgomery, Alabama and Johannesburg, South Africa, 1955-1957.*
- Elizabeth Rhee "Is It Art?": Changing Perceptions of Modernism and the Function of Art By the Public, Critics and Writers in Response to the 1913 Armory Show.*
- Catherine Robe On The World's Stage: Nellie Bly and Nineteenth- Century Stunt Reporting.*
- Andrew Wright "The Seeds of History, The License To Invent": Torquato Tasso Between History and Fiction. ** (Honorable mention Hoopes)
- Jonathan Caverley The Development of Character: The Gentlemen-Spies of Erskine Childers and John Buchan.
Catherine Darnton Alienation, Distortion, Artifice: Bertolt Brecht, George Grosz, and the Unmasking of the Weimar Republic.**
- Jamie Wacks Reading Race, Rhetoric, and the Female Body: The Rhinelander Case and 1920s American Culture.*
- Joshua Waxman Simon Dubnov and the Jews of Late Imperial Russia: History, Nationality, and Ideology.*
- Ethan Brackett Erasing Boundaries: Constructions of Gender and Race in Adolfo Caminha's Bom--Crioulo.
- Christopher Brown Per stultitiam praedicationis: Christian Culture and the Classical Rhetorical Tradition in St. Augustine and the Renaissance.*
- Daniel Caplivski The Past and the Novel: Violence and Beauty in Mario Vargas Llosa's La Guerra del Fin del Mundo.
- Nora Connell Writing the Romantic Self: The 1876-1878 Diary of Marie Streeter.*
- David Kurnick When Black was in Vogue: Broadway `Race Plays' from Ridgely Torrence to Langston Hughes.*
- Mary Nicole Nazzaro Kursistki and the Karamazovs: Exploring the Woman Question of Dostoevsky's Last Novel.**
- Katherine Penn Literary Perceptions of Polite Society: Ball Scenes in NineteenthÑ and Early Twentieth-Century Russian Literature.
- Jessica Pisano Constructed Lives: Writer as Saint in the Soviet Literary-Biographical Museum.*
- Daniel Sharfstein In Search of the Color Line: Ferrall v. Ferrall and the Struggle to Define Race in the Turn-of-the-Century American South.*
- Marina Volanakis The Time of Their Life: Anti-Modern Conceptions Time in Rilke, Bergson, and Nietzsche.
- Joanna Weiss Liberating Lady Nicotine: Cigarettes and Social Equality for 1920s Women.
Veronica Yank "There Has Been No Anesthetic For That Anguish': Women's Health and the Struggle for Redemption in Elizabeth Stuart Phelps's Critiques of Male Violence.
- Christian D'Andrea Millionaires, Palaces, and Civic Vision: The Arts of Money and Memory at the World's Columbian Exposition.*
- Benjamin Hammond Calling Clio a Whore: Reading The Sot-Weed Factor as History and Literature.
- Jennifer Light Henri III: King and Queen of France.*
- Anna More La Mesa Puesta; A Table Set By God: Document, Text, and Historical Narrative in Sor Mar a De greda's Mystical Visions of New Mexico, 1619-1648.*
- Mica Pollock The Survival of the Fairest: The Racialization of American Beauty Culture, 1870-1930.
- Jonathan Taylor British Press and Parliamentary Myth in the Crisis of "Corporate Bias," 1973-1974.
- Adam Goodheart Last Summer of the Republic: The Centennial Exhibition as Experiment and Experience.*
- Jessica Heineman-Pieper The Origins of Social Responses to Child Abuse: A Re-Examination.
- Marie-France Latour A Little Soap Goes a Long Way: Articulations and Subversions of Africanist Discourse in French Advertisements for Hygienic Products.*
- Patricia Lynch The Role of the British Aristocracy in Promoting a Successful Conservative Political Culture, 1886-1906.
- Jessica McBee An examination of Elizabeth Stoddards' The Morgesons in the light of four representative countertexts--Ruth Hall, The Blithedale Romance, Pearl of Orr's Island, and the poetry of Emily Dickinson--to examine Stoddard's innovative use of money and gender, and to establish her as a transition between regional romance and regional realism.
- Ruth McKenzie Whilst We Thy Praise Repeat": The Myth of Elizabeth in the Seventeenth Century.
- Aaron Sachs Reading the American Environment: Clarence King and the Great Frontier Surveys, 1863-1881 ("Geography, Shadows, and Uplifted Isolation").
- Laura Belin Secret Agents 301, 329, and 345: The Introduction of Hybrid Seed Corn in the USSR.
- Ronie-Richele Garcia From Gardens to Darkrooms: An Analysis of the Use of Space in Isabel Allende's The House of the Spirits.
- Shannon Hill "Free at Last": The Use of the Slave Narrative in Ishmael Reed's Flight to Canada and Toni Morrison's Beloved.
- Michele Jaffe The Venice of Venus and the Virgin: Cinquecento Courtesans and the Myth of Venice.
- Adam Lifshey The Yellow Power Genesis: Asian American Radicalism in the Sixties.
- Jacob Press Israel Zangwill's Children of the Ghetto: "Both Within and Without the Tribal Limits."*
- Michael Wigotsky Modernizing the Jew in the American Past: Creating Farmers at the Woodbine Agricultural and Industrial School.
- Rebecca Zorach The Open End and the Multi-Faceted Mirror: Incompleteness and Interpretation in the Roman de la Rose.
- Henry Chu Migration and Cross-Cultural Experience in Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children.*
- Michael Goldhaber Duff Green, Classical Republican, and the Pro-Slavery Argument (1826-36).*
- Elizabeth Pearl The Language of Pravda: How Soviet Journalists Reveal Their Images of Themselves and Their World Through Their Writing.
- Lara Putnam Visions of Change or Visions of Complacency: State, Art, and Social Message in Mexican Muralism.
- Cara Robertson Lizzie Borden and The Construction of Gendered Categories of Normalcy in Late 19th-century America.*
- Ingrid Tagu The Political Ideologies of Restoration Drama, 1664-1674.
- Katherine Andrews The Sensible Word: Jonathan Edwards' Hermeneutics and Homiletics.*
- Ann Dean "There was a Scene Which Angels Witnessed:" The Active Function of Narrative Convention in Antebellum Slave Narratives.*
- Richard Glew The Metaphor of Abuse Suffered by Midwestern American Small Towns.
George Kent The Bolsheviks and German Communists in the late Weimar Period: The Influence of Realpolitik on Revpolitik in Early Soviet Thought, 1925-33.*
- Maureen McLane Elizabeth Bishop: The Psychology of the Poetic Art.*
- Julia Moskin The Novels of Barbara Pym: Social Stagnation and Women in the 1950's, Social Change and the Elderly in the 1970's.
- Grace Park The Amanda Cross Detective Fiction Series: Clues to Feminist Ideology of Carolyn Heilbrun.
- David Saenger "Nightmare From Which You Will Never Awake": The Chronological Scheme in Ulysses.
- Nathaniel Trumbull A Failed Legislative Revolution: Politicization of the Comites d'Enterprises, 1944-48.
- Sophia van Wingerden Patriotism and Feminism in the Women's Suffrage Movement during World War I.
- Nicholas Brumm The Rise of the Penitentiary in France and America, 1650-1850.
- Marie Henson The British Aviator in the Great War.
- Bradley Miller Poetic Consciousness and Transcendence: Horacio's Search in Julio Cortazar's Rayvela.
- Marilynn Richtarik Art and Life: "South Pacific," the American Musical Theatre, and American Society.
- Mimi Sheller Mimi with an I: Post-Feminism's Autofictography.*
- Ashley Thompson Violence in Representation: A Study of Selected Literary Texts of the Vietnam War.
- Edward Wu Typology and Autobiography in George Herbert's Poetry.
Edith Ervin Pushing the Pendulum: The Fight for Women's Minimum Wage 1923-1936 in the Context of the Tipaldo Case.
- David Fairman Styles of Conflict: Mode of Narration and the Representation of War in L'espoir, La mort dans l'ame and La peste.
- Ariella Gross The Manners of the People: Republican Etiquette in America, 1830-1860.
- Astrid Guttmann The Role of the Kreisauer Kreis in the German Resistance Movement to Hitler.
- Jennifer Hall Robert Herrick and the Miniature Aesthetic.*
- Gail Nelson "Framing" the Woman: Les Diaboliques of Barbey D'Aurevilly.
- Mary Garrison The Topos and Reality of Forced Haircuts (Performed by the Clergy upon the Laity, Especially Aristocratic Youth) in Late 11th and Early 12th Century France and England.
- Susan Grayzel Development of the Ideology of Feminist Pacificism from Olive Schreiner's Woman and Labor to Virginia Woolf's Three Guineas.
- Thomas Mueller The Decline and Fall of the Medieval Werewolf, Traced from the Origins of the Werewolf Belief through the Middle Ages.
- Michael Samols An Examination of Jo March's Development through Little Women, Little Men, and Jo's Boys as a Reflection of the Changes Louisa May Alcott Underwent During this Time and the Change of Women's Status in the Latter 19th Century.
- Tamara Whited Historical Origins of the Statue of Liberty and Its Changing Symbolism.
- Elizabeth Young "Gorgeous Fancies:" Louisa May Alcott, the Female Gothic, and Nineteenth-Century Women Readers.*
- Jean-Claude Castelli Nabokov's Structures: A Reflection of his Metaphysical Belief in an Otherworldly Dimension.*
- Katherine Lydon Dr. William Drennen: His Career as a Volunteer, United Irishman, Writer, and Private Citizen.
- Terry Martin Order and Experience in the Poetry of George Herbert.
- Cecil Quillen Race Relations and School Desegregation in Kingsport, Tennessee (1951-1966).*
- Peter O'Driscoll Juxtaposition of "Historical" and "Fictional" Narratives in Sartre's Le Sursis
- Keith Rogal William Beckford and the Picturesque Movement. *
- John Martin The Posture of Commitment: Emerson's Public Projects (1839-1844).
- Amy Remensnyder The New World: The Eleventh Century Cult of Sainte Foy.
- Stephen Szaraz The Spanish American War in American Literature: Twain, Howells, Bierce, Norris, Davis, and Crane.