Recent Honors Thesis Titles

The department has a collection of recent honors theses available for review  and check-out in Room 2608 Haven Hall. Please use the sign-out sheet on the side of the file cabinet and return the work when you are finished. Here is a sampling of titles:

‘To Give Medicine Back to the People’: Community Health Activism of The Black Panther Party

Remembering Constantine’s Conversion

Personality and Power in the Ford Motor Company Hierarchy: The Story of Harry Bennett, 1916-1945

Public Health and Civic Identity During the 1888 Yellow Fever Epidemic in Jacksonville, Florida

Mobile Homes: Cooperative Housing and Jewish Neighborhoods in the Bronx, 1920-1950

Belated Nation: Yugoslav Communists and the ‘Muslim Question,’ 1919-1971

‘To Run and Play’: Resistance and Community at the Mt. Pleasant Indian Industrial School, 1892- 1933

‘We've Gotta Be Together to Do This’: The Unemployed Councils in Depression Detroit

The Polish Resettlement Act: Immigration, Assimilation, and Politics in Postwar Britain

Overcrowded, Outdated and Otherwise Reliable; Why Dakar Still Needs the Car Rapide

From Integration to Equal Funding to School Choice: The Politics of Rolling Back Government's Role in Michigan Schools

The Jugendweihe: Politicized Rite of Passage and Cultural Celebration in the German Democratic Republic

‘Who Can Define the Meaning of Un-American?’: The Story of Ed Yellin and the Era of Anti-Communism

After Alfonsín: The Presidency and Memory of the Man Who Became a Symbol for Argentine Democracy

Newsworthy Kids: Newspaper Reports of Head Start 1965-1967

‘Good Jimmy, Bad Jimmy’: Jimmy Carter and the Press, 1980-2010

Becoming Albanian: Poetic Expressions of Nation, 1878-1912

Photographic Trust, Photographic Truth in the Hamidian Period

¡ Si Te Atreves !: Composing Music and Black Identity in Peru, 1958-1974

The 1950s: America’s Placid Decade Deconstructed

Bradley v. Milliken: The Failure of Idealism

A Friend in Need Is a Friend Indeed: Friendship and Terror in Stalin’s Russia, 1930-1939

Eisenhower’s Dilemma: How to Talk about Nuclear Weapons