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Alice Min: Stay Tuned: Television and Society in Chile from 1951 to 1989
Anta Touray: Creole Enlightenment: The French Revolution and the Reproduction and the Reproduction of Racial Ideology
Camilla Puig Ibarra: Once Again from the Beginning: The Role of Historical Inquity in the Anthropocene
Caroline Soloway: From 'Stand by Their Men' to 'The Whole Human Sisterhood': Gender, Religion, and Power in the Ulster Unionist Movement
Emily Jones: Religiously Feminist: Unitarian Universalist Women's Activism: 1961-1986
Emma Grueskin: The Island of Tears: How Quarantine and Medical Inspection at Ellis Island Sought to Define the Eastern European Jewish Immigrant, 1878-1920
Hillary Gabriele: 'So she says': Reimagining the Inquisition of Na Prous Boneta, a Heretic, 1325
Jacqueline Fogel: NATO's Kosovo: How an Ethno-nationalist Conflict Became an International Humanitarian Crisis
Jacqueline Karp: Gut Feelers and Blind Believers: A Comparative Analysis of Jewish Involvement in the Communist Party in New York City and London, 1935-1945
Jen Sykes: Running a Political Campaign through the Olympics: Carter and the Boycott of the 1980 Summer Olympics
Kimberly Cionca: Protesting Protestants: Missionaries During the Anti-imperialist Movement in China, 1920s
Lauren Short: Children of the Sun: The Role of Intellect in the Rhetoric of British Energy Physics
Lyra Cooper: Women and Water for Gotham: A Gendered History
Olivia Sklarew: The Myth of Social Mobility: Napoleon's Legacy in Stendhal's The Red and the Black and Balzac's Lost Illusions
Veronica Garcia: The Paul Laurence Dunbar Apartments: The Power of Space in the Shaping of Harlem's Black Class Identity
Victoria Stempel: Warsaw Rising Through History: A Study of the Commemoration of the Warsaw Uprising in Poland
Xiangting Feng: Masculinity, Repression, and British Patriotism, 1914-1917
Yaari Sanderson: The Stories We Tell Ourselves: Post Soviet Holocaust Memorialization in Budapest and Berlin