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Annabella M.L.E. Hochschild: Lincoln Kirsten's Americana
Bella Pori: "Songs are Sneaky Things": Pete Seeger's Music as a Force for Political Change
Chaya Himmelman: "To Fortify our Fatherland": Russian National Identity Between East and West, 1825-1855
Chinue A. Forman: "Rehabilitating the Subterranean Poor': The Long and Forgotten Tale of the Men in Project 100,000 and their Lives After Vietnam
Chloe Kling: Banner Ad Funding of the Early Internet: The Transformation of Advertising into the Digital Age
Corinne Teschner: The Change of the Meaning of the Word "Neutrality" in Sweden Throughout the Twentieth Century (1938-1990s)
Elyse Pitock: Columbia University's Gym Crow: Race and the Protests of April 1968
Emily (Chavie) Sharfman: Conflict in Causality: The Orthodox Jewish Historian and Academic Scholarship
Jessica Lillian Lempit: "Known But to God": The Unverifiable Identities of Disparus in France, 1914-1924
Johanna Cohen: Victorian Medicine and the Beginning of Psychology: A Case Study of Anorexia Nervosa
Kathryn Reilly Yurkovsky: "The Mania of the Moment": Cinema, Dance Hall, and the Rise of 1920s Leisure Culture in Britain
Maud Rozee: The Air Force Goes Digital: How MIT Convinced Commanders to Computerize Continental Defense 1949-1953
Mollie Galchus: Viewers Like You: The Audiences and Fan Memories of I Love Lucy, The Dick Van Dyke Show, and All in the Family
Morgan Christensen: Becoming Beur: Social Marginalization and the Emergence of a Collective Identity for Paris' Maghrebi Youth
Rachel Belfer: Where "Curiosity" and "Lawless Devices" Lead: United States Human Experimentation in Guatemala, 1946-1948
Rachel C. Furst: "To Thy Own Self Be True": Ernest Dichter & The American 1950s
Sabrina Singer: From Criminal to Citizen: How The Evolution of Public Opinion Won Gay Marriage In The Courtroom
Sara Blad: Brides, Bicycles, and Ballots: The Political Evolution of Harper's Bazar, 1867-1912
Serena Rapoport: "The Japanese race is an enemy race": Legalized Scapegoating of Japanese Americans During World War II
Zoe Heisler: Creating a Sterile Reputation for Eugenics: The Human Betterment Foundation from 1924-1944