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Erin Aoyama, "Separate and Unequal: The Impact of Jim Crow on Japanese American Internment and Postwar Identity"
Annie Bishai, "Les Évoluées et les Nouveau-Nés: French Colonial Medicine and the Transformative Role of Midwives"
Natalie Chang, "Brave Young World: Contemporary Young Adult Dystopian Literature"
Grace Chen, "Ambiguous Authenticity and Culinary Connection: Joyce Chen’s Chinese Cuisine in Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1949-1982"
Julia Cohn, "Abandoned Pan American Ambitions: Diego Rivera’s Later Murals Demonstrate His Disillusionment with the Ideal"
Elizabeth Coleman, "'Poison Whores' and 'Virtue Rewarded': Imagining Victims of 'Seduction' in the 18th Century”
Madeline Connors, "Frontier Feminist: Sarah Palin’s Performance of Gender, Conservatism, and Motherhood"
Andrea Del Conte, "Remembering the Father: Domestic Memorials to President Washington, 1799-1880"
Margaret Dillaway, "Thomas Hobbes as Epic Poet: Poetic Faculties and the Political State"
Dominic Ferrante, "Voci Dell'Anima: Resistance and Exile Literature in Renaissance Italy, 1300-1550"
Daniel Fitzpatrick, "Beatles for Sale: Consumer Identity and Commercial Rebellion in the British Invasion"
Christopher Frost, "Black to Black-ish: Post-Racial Constructions of Black Identity and Family on Network Sitcoms"
Moeko Fujii, "Orienting Virginia Woolf: Japonisme in To the Lighthouse, Orlando, and The Waves"
David Hinshillwood, "And I Am Telling You, You Can't Stop the Beat: Locating Narratives of Racial Crossover in Musical Theater"
Kristin Holladay, "'Political, Not Pathological': Forcible Feeding and the Contested Sanity of Hunger-Striking Suffragists in British and American Prisons"
Madeline Holland, "Stories for Asylum"
Frances Ikwuazom, "Let the Memories Speak for Themselves: The Resurfacing of Memory in the Form of a Narrative Archive in the Works of Didier Daeninckx"
Ashleigh Inglis, "Re-Educating the Anglo Majority: Ethnic Studies and White Allyship in the Ivory Tower"
Mattie Kahn, "'A Magazine of High Character': Failure, Foresight, and the Literary Project of Edgar Allan Poe"
Tian Kisch, "'In Touch with the World': Confederate Nationalism in Civil War Journalism"
Joy Seung Heon Lee, "The Search for Politically Relevant Art in Times of Crisis: Tradition and Word-Music Synthesis in Richard Wagner, Thomas Mann and Bertolt Brecht"
Charlotte McKechnie, "North and South: A Journey of Political Action and Personal Re-Imagining in Scotland and Australia, 1792-1801"
George Mills, "'The Game is Afoot': The Baker Street Irregulars and Sherlock Holmes Fandom in America"
Tom Nunan, "Beginnings and Endings in Puritan Poetry"
Ebele Obi-Okoye, "Navigating Space, Colonizing Minds: Victorian Women's Perceptions of Indian Women, 1857-1900"
Debbie Onuoha, "Murky Waters on a Gold(en) Coast: Discourses of Pollution Along the Korle Lagoon Accra, Ghana"
Rachel Orol, "High, Low, and Underground: Bringing Modern Art to the Masses in Frank Pick's London"
Bryan Padilla, "A Dangerous Thesis: Death by the Spanish Pen in the Era of Trujillo"
Jasmine Panton, "Playing the Race Card: Examining Blackness and Heart Disease in the 21st Century Through BiDil and the Slavery Hypothesis"
Valeria Pelet, "A Multi-Viral Multitude: The Evolving Politics of Solidarity in the Music of Calle 13"
Samuel Richman, "The Big Dream: Moral Fantasy in Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles"
Maria Romero, "Pieces of Salomé: Mythic Motherhood in In the Name of Salomé and Salomé U: Cartas a una Ausencia"
Ethan Samet-Marram, "As Ripe for Mischief as Any: Representations of Interracial Collaboration During Golden Age Piracy"
Anna Santoleri, "'The University of the Woods': An Examination of Nature and Education in the Civilian Conservation Corps"
Claire Simon, "W.E.B. Du Bois as Curator: Defining Race and Progress in The Philadelphia Negro, The American Negro Exhibit, and The Souls of Black Folk"
Samuel Sokolsky-Tifft, "Calamity and the Problem of Tastelessness: Beckett, Adorno, and Writing After Auschwitz"
Stephanie Star, "Not Just a Bedtime Story: Challenging Conservative Imperialism in Turn-of-the-Century British Children's Literature"
Niv Sultan, "'To Build the Impossible': The Video Game as Historical, Ideological, and Societal Entity in the BioShock Series"
Andrew Talbot, "Rusticators, Regionalism, and the Representation of Locals on the Coast of Maine in the Late Nineteenth Century"
Carrie Tian, "'To Point a Moral and Adorn a Tale': Frances Glessner Lee and the Reimagined Landscape of Death Investigation in America, 1931-1962"
Enzo Vasquez Toral, "Arena Conta Boal: Teatro de Arena and Augusto Boal's Early Theater Works in Dictatorial Brazil, 1956-1971"
Amy Weiss-Meyer, "New York, New York: Writing, Saving, and Selling the City, 1967-1977"
Anne Wenk, "A Great Institution of Education, Democracy and Culture: Brooklyn and the Development of its Grand Museum"
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