Busta, Nicholas, 2007.
Abandoned and Alone: The Mistakes that Led to the Loss of the Battle of Wake Island
Ernst, Taylor, 2007.
Was the Great Persecution of Christians caused by the Manichaens? The Significance of the Manichaean Persecution in the time of Diocletian.
Gilmore, Kaitlyn, 2007.
Community Controversies: The Politics of Educational Alternatives in Alum Rock, 1970-1976.
Laycook, Aaron, 2007.
Martyrs or Murderers? The Controversy of Christian Violence in the Later Roman Empire
Morain, Clara, 2007.
Blowing It: The Development and Demise of Whistleblower Protections for Federal Employees, 1978-1989.
Oleson, Graham, 2007.
Breaking New Ground: Challenges of the National Defense Education Act of 1958.
Razzari, Daniel, 2007.
Sir Francis Drake: The Pirate Leading the Counter Armada
Smith, Caroline, 2007.
A Bohemian Princess as the Holy Spirit Incarnate? The Guglielmites, their Motivations for Turning to Heresy, and the Group’s Survival for over Thirty Years.
Stark, John, 2007.
John Muir’s Growing Beard: The Impact of Yosemite National Park on America’s Natural Landscape.
Warkentin, Jackson, 2007.
Power Begets Power: Slavery, Society and Economic Policy in Indigenous America
Wight, David, 2007.
The Ford Administration’s Role in the 1975-1976 Lebanese Civil War and the Syrian Military Intervention.
Abe, Evelyn, 2006.
Nurses as Middlers: Colonial Medicine, Intimacy, and Professionalization in Ghana, 1920s to 1960s.
Berriz, Brittany, 2006.
From Footnotes to Femme Fatales: The Transformation of the Amazons in Fifth Century Athens.
Bowman, Tricia, 2006.
The Warren Court: Confronting the Charges of Activism.
Farrington, Jeffrey, 2006.
Crisis in Cambodia: American Foreign Policy During the Carter Administration.
Fowler, Megan, 2006.
Freedom Press: The Role of Arab Christian Journalists in the Rise of Palestinian Nationalism.
Knapp, Bryan, 2006.
Emerson’s Agitation: The American Literary Renaissance and the Formation of Nothern Antislavery Ideology.
Woempner, Alicia, 2006.
Survivor: Yucatan Maya Indians Defend Their Way of Life 1850-1910.
Bahn, Deborah, 2005.
Waiting for the Line: Aurora as County Seat for Mono County, CA and Esmeralda County, NT 1854-1864.
Chamberlain, Abbey, 2005.
Instilling Patriotism in Our Youth: Children’s Magazines during the Second World War.
Cracium, Florentina, 2005.
Redefining the Romanian Revolution on 1989.
Dethlefsen, Brittany, 2005.
Reagan, Food Programs, and Budget Cuts: The Forces that Drove the Changes.
Flores, Emily, 2005.
Gender Politics and Contradictions in Emergent Ghana.
Funke, Joanna, 2005.
From Furman to Gregg: Capital Punishment and “Law and Order” Ideology in the United States.
Harkins, Robert, 2005.
Constructing Castles of Health: Tudor Humanism and the Rise of Vernacular Medical Literature.
Ibarra, Juan, 2005.
A History of the California Small Claims Court During the 1920’s.
MacDonald, Ann, 2005.
Franco-American Relations and the NATO Crisis of 1966.
Malcolm, Elizabeth, 2005.
Black Power in White America: The Black Panther Party in Oakland.
Rios, Anthony, 2005.
English Seafarers in Coastal Brazil During Early Habsburg Rule 1580-1600.
Rushton, Lauren, 2005.
Influencing Society: The Role of El Mercurio in Allende’s Coup.
Shattuck, Jason, 2005.
Social Sacrifice: The Fracture of Antioch’s Public Sphere Under Julian the Apostate.
Steward, Karen, 2005.
The Little Prayer that Could: The 1549 and 1522 Prayer Books as the Engine of Reformed Liturgy and Doctrine in England.
Williams, Meghann, 2005.
Ireland and the Outbreak of the First World War.
Adkins, Jennifer, 2004.
“I Liked Her Coconut Bra”: The Representation of Pacific Island women from 1950s Films to Modern Lu’aus and Its Effect on American Tourists.
Beheim, Bret, 2004.
The City of Ephesus and Fall of the Roman Empire.
Ciarrocca, Elizabeth, 2004.
Memory and Justice in the Realm of History: the Trial of Klaus Barbie.
Hulce, Joanna, 2004.
Under their Skirts: The Medical Fight for Racial Purity.
Klein, Daniel, 2004.
Freedom of Space: The Free Speech Movement, the Public Realm, and Berkeley in the 1960s.
Xifo, Natalie, 2004.
A Massacre of Words: Native American Portrayal in 19th Century Newspapers.
Yupangco, Marco, 2004.
Dusk in the Spanish Orient: Nineteenth Century Export Agriculture and de-Hispanization in the Phillipines.
Berger, Jenna, 2003.
Teaching Tolerance? Holocaust Education in Contemporary American Museums.
Davidson, Alexandria, 2003.
Separate Spheres Combined: Elite White Confederate Women’s Work During the Civil War, 1861-1865.
Flores, Matias, 2003.
The Argentine Experiment: Credibility and Democracy in the Southern Cone.
Kravetz, Melissa, 2003.
Giving Youth a Voice: American Student Perceptions of Adolf Hitler, 1933-1939.
Morris, Tressa, 2003.
Political Economies: Shop Girls in Fin-de-Siecle England.
Throndsen, Kiersten, 2003.
Home with Honor: The Military Code of Conduct and Its Impact on American Prisoners of War in Vietnam.
Grannis, Keith, 2002.
New slavery in the South: Nineteenth Century Penology and Convict Leasing in Georgia.
Andersen, Carreen, 2001.
Thomas de Cantimpre’s Representations of Holy Women in the Thirteenth Century Low Countries.
Frantz, Jason, 2001.
1969: Nixon’s Opportunity.
Gray, Jedediah, 2001.
Albert Speer: From Ambition to Immorality (Speer’s Influence Regarding the Treatment of Forced and Slave Laborers in Nazi Germany).
Hill, Jonathan, 2001.
Martin Luther and the Mysticism of Johannes Tauler.
Leahy, Dan, 2001.
Soviet Views on “Star Wars”.
McLandrich, Cheryl, 2001.
From Friend to Foe: The Changing Images of the Soviet Union in the American Press, 1942-1947.
Murillo, Bianca, 2001.
Urban Experiences of Elite Women in Coastal West Africa 1880-1939.
Sperry, Andrew, 2001.
Japan’s Decision to Advance South in 1941: An Analysis through German-Japanese Diplomacy.
Bobb, Brian, 2000.
“So Often There’s Been People to Speak, But No-one to Listen:” Gender, Memory, and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa.
Corey, Danielle, 2000.
Japanese Feminism: A Political and Cultural Perspective From 1901-1937.
Dankiewicz, James, 2000.
An Analysis of the Political Career of Sir Thomas Modyford and His Years as Governor of Jamaica, 1664-1671.
Egan, Colleen, 2000.
Irish American and the Conflict in Northern Ireland: 1960-1998.
Etling, Leah, 2000.
Public Journalism in Santa Barbara: The Thomas Storke Story.
Hayes, Shannon, 2000.
Rosa Luxemburg: Political Man, Private Woman.
Hoffman, Jade, 2000.
The Woman Who Would Be King: Representations of Women, Rulers, and Empress Matilda in the Primary Sources.
Logan, Ashlee, 2000.
Robert Kennedy: A Journey Towards Liberalism
Simonson, Mindy, 2000.
Nuclear Waste Disposal Crisis: Fifty Years in the Making.
Ditzler, Karen, 1999.
The International Monetary Fund: A Study of Policy and Economic Knowledge.
Elezam, Marc, 1999.
The Exodus of the Jews of Morocco in the Twentieth Century.
Long, Matthew, 1999.
Britain During the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Segreto, Jesse, 1999.
An Economic History of the Silicon Valley.
Seshadri, Raja, 1999.
The Natal Indian Congress and the Indian Struggle Against Apartheid in South Africa 1940-1952.
Tseselsky, Mark, 1999.
The Iranian Crisis: A Study of British Perceptions and the Genesis of the Cold War.
Windsor, Stepheney, 1999.
Anglo-American Perception of Samurai in the Meiji Restoration.
Moss, Richard, 1998.
American Foreign Policy and the Hungarian Revolution of 1956.
Ocampo, Jackie, 1998.
The Victims’ Rights Movement: California and the Formation of Social Policy.
Rogovin, Coreen, 1998.
A Holy Union?: Religious and Political Party in the 1571 Parliament.
Sharman, Sandra, 1998.
Wilson’s Dilemma: Britain and Vietnam, Jan-July 1965.
Towers, Stephen, 1998.
The Uprooted Family Tree?: The Impact of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution on the Chinese Individual and Family.
Professor Joan Judge
Baker, Jennifer, 1997.
Kennedy’s Laotian Policy: Waging Peace by Risking War.
Bardell, Darren, 1997.
Presidential Policy-Making: President Bush and the Gulf Crisis.
Brax, Jeffrey, 1997.
The British War in Vietnam: Imerialism and Miliary Intervention, 1945-1946.
Butler, Brendt, 1997.
The Ties that Bind: Political Patronage in the Late Roman Republic.
Vosti, Erin, 1997.
Libertas Spiritus: The Free Spirit of Marguerite Porete. A Study of Heresy and Mysticism in the 14th Century.
Wilgus, David, 1997.
A Spot once Fameless: Contemporary and Modern Interpretations of the Battle of Gettysburg.
Brower, Kevin, 1996.
The Development of American Foreign Policy in Iran, 1942-1947: From World War to Cold War.
DeRienzo, Tracy, 1996.
Noble Apprenticeship: The Political and Social Context of Service.
Gechter, Ronit Charon, 1996.
The Plantation Mistress. Myth and Reality in History and Literature.
Howard, Shawn, 1996.
Shadow of the Bomb. Final Campaigns of the Pacific War and the Atomic Decision.
Mullins, Loris, 1996.
Florence and the Madonna del Latte.
Sleeper, Christopher, 1996.
We Want You in the British Army!! Or do we? Competing Interests and Contradictions between the Rhodesian Colonial Government and the British War Office over the Recruitment of Rhodesian Africans in World War Two.
Stoutner, Duncan, 1996.
Desegregation Woes in Los Angeles County Public Schools.
Torbik, Joseph, 1996.
Diplomacy in Action: Sir Ralph Sadler in the Scottish Reformation.
Kenny, Shannon, 1995.
Firmicius Maternus and Conversion to Christianity in the Fourth Century.
Loftin, Craig, 1995.
Fade To Red: The CSU Strikes and Hollywood Anti-Communist Hysteria.
Moralee, Jason, 1995.
‘The Cursed Stomach’: Diet and the Construction of Holiness in Late Antique Syria.
Spannagel, Laura, 1995.
Bludgeoning the Mass Mind: The Formation and Interpretation of National Security Council Memorandum 68.
Aston, Rosalie, 1994.
All-American or Un-American: Anti-Semitism and the House Un-American Activities Committee, 1938-1945.
Giambo, Gail, 1994.
The Flight for Freedom to the North: Black Women and the Union Army.
Lampert, Lynn, 1994.
Americans, Confederates, or Shyloks: Nineteenth Centruy Views of Jews and American Anti-Semitism.
Aubry, Alison Ming, 1993.
The Erotic Woman: Sexual Advice Literature and Racy Novels in Victorian America.
Saso, Diana, 1993.
Measuring Anti-Semitism: Uses and Abuses of Polls 1937-1962.
Statler, Kathryn, 1993.
The Cuban Missile Crisis.
Aron, Wendy, 1992.
Public Interest Law in the 1960s.
Clark, Dominic, 1992.
Calling the Shots: Eisenhower, Dulles, and Decisionmaking in Asian Policy 1952-1955.
Clark, Dylan, 1992.
The Grand Old Party in Triumph: Politics and Race 1968-1974.
Freeborn, Paul, 1992.
Doomed to Failure. Sino-American Relations 1941-1950.
Hanken, John, 1992.
Alexander Kerensky and the Democratic Ideal In Revolutionary Russia.
Hester, Jay, 1992.
The Sedition Act of 1798, Politics or Precautions.
Kagan, Marty, 1992.
Monkey in the Middle: Lithuania’s Role in Nazi-Soviet Relations.
Latouche, Jason, 1992.
Science in Antarctica: Policy in the Path of Progress.
Motola, Alexander, 1992.
Arthur, Origins of the Legend.
Petteway, Corbett, 1992.
Political Science: The National Science Foundation Act of 1950.
Reckard, Frank, 1992.
New Mexico, 1890-1930: Land of Four Cultures? Changing Perceptions of the Pueblo Indians.
Sanders, Carey, 1992.
Cultural Opposition: The Czechoslovak Writers’ Union’s Contribution to the Prague Spring, 1967-68.
Senecal, Christine, 1992.
Political Origins of Medieval Historical Writing in England: A Case Study of Bede, Henry of Huntingdon, and William of Malmesbury.
Edwards, Carolyn, 1991.
The Court and Cathedral Schools of Charlemagne and Otto the Great.
Gronborg, Tor, 1991.
Beyond Human Control: Harry S. Truman and the Atomic Dilemma.
Korbin, Steven, 1991.
The House That Taxpayers Built: New York City and the Subsidization of Major League Baseball.
MacFarlane, Andrew, 1991.
Forming the French Communist Party: Following the Paths of three French Communists, 1914-1920.
Yu, Hyun T, 1991.
The Anglo-German Naval Race: Its Origins and Influences on the First World War, 1897-1914.
Adams, Christine, 1990.
The Professor and the Commoner: Woodrow Wilson, William Jennings Bryan, and World War I.
Armstrong, Aaron, 1990.
Drugs and the Evolution of an American Public Policy Crisis.
Bell, Andrew, 1990.
Student Nationalism and Its Ideological Association with Radical Nationalism in France and Germany, 1871-1914.
Caviezel, Lorena, 1990.
Gender Transitions For Women in the Early Republic.
Cohen, Lisa, 1990.
The Origins of the War on Poverty.
Cornell, Sinclair, 1990.
The Path of Criticism: George Frost Kennan’s Foreign Service Career, 1946-1963.
Ufland, Peter J, 1990.
The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act: Twenty Years of Debate.
Wolcott, Stephen W, 1990.
The Thirty-first Star: The Unique Story of California and the Eastern Reaction, 1835-1850.
Eriksen, Lisa M, 1989.
The Soviet Union and the Specialized Agencies of the United Nations, 1954-1962. Cold War Policies or Humanitarian Ideals?
Hanson, Karen, 1989.
The White House Derby: Horse-Race Journalism and Presidential Elections.
Professor Eric R.A.N Smith
Kittay, Eric P, 1989.
The Formulation of Civil Rights Policy Regarding Desegregation and Busing During President Nixon’s Term in Office.
Korbin, Stephen Michael,1989.
Judicial Selection and Tenure: A Brief History of Judicial Reform in the State of California.
McCormick, Elizabeth, 1989.
The Eschatology of Ralph Cudworth and Henry More.
Nelson, Steven, 1989.
The United States and Spain, 1931-1936.
Sparks, Louis, 1989.
Fast Day Sermons to the Long Parliament.
Tipton, David, 1989.
Constantine and the Bishops: Imperial Administration with a Christian Bureaucracy.
Lyons, Shawn, 1986.
‘Partinost’ and the Origins of Socialist Realism.
Gyepes, David, 1985.
The Effects of the 1973 October War on the Decline of the Israeli Labor Party.
Figal, Gerald, 1984.
Percival Lowell’s Analysis of the Japanese Soul: The Profits and Pitfalls of Cross-Cultural Interpretation.
Karlin, Andrew, 1984.
Terror From Above: The Impact of Strategic Bombardment on English and German Morale During World War Two.
Rauch, Martin, 1984.
The Norman Aristocracy, Old or New?
Westfall, Jan, 1983.
Truth or Superstition? The Question of Oracles In the Fourth Century.
Castronova, Stephen, 1982.
Mineral King–A Conflict of Interest.
Knott, Debra, 1982.
The Cult of Peter the Great Among the South Slavs on the 18th Century.
Nelson, Amy, 1982.
The West German House Squatter Movement: the role of direct-action opposition groups in liberal-democratic societies.
Hohnsbeen, Roger, 1981.
The Age of Peel or “Why did Chartism Fail and the Anti-Corn Law League Succeed?”
Nelson, Kathy, 1981.
The Equality of Men and Women as Taught by the Early Church.
Coffey, Colleen MegAnne.
Murder, Adultery, and Civilized Morality: Caroline Norton and Other Fallen Women in the California Justice System 1850-1900.
The Advent of the Submarine in the Soviet Navy 1919-1933.
Death and Politics: The Katyn Forest Massacre and the Shaping of American Foreign Policy.
Lewis, Daniel K.
Reaction and Revolution: The Origins of Division in the French Student Revolt.
Saint Daniel the Stylite and the Role of the Holy Man in Late Antiquity.
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