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Aida Duarte: The Evolution of the Legendary Activist Dolores Huerta: A Look at Her Changing Views on Leadership and Feminism, 1970s-2000s
Alex Hastings: No God, No master, No teacher? A Comparative Analysis of La Escuela Moderna in Barcelona and the Modern School Movement in New York
Ali Cho: The Park and the Horses
Allie Zakon: Drinking the Kool-Aid after Jonestown: The Creation of Mass Memory in an 'Un-American' Tragedy, 1978-2016
Kaitlin Donahoe: That Woman: Media Portrayals, Public Discussions, and the Moralist Shaming of Monica Lewinsky
Sheli Paige Frank: Rescuing Children: Representing the Orphan Trains in U.S. Popular Media, 1930 - 2013