2009-2010 Honors Theses

Christopher Ever Bobadilla, National Salvation: The Division of Catholicism and the War for the Soul of Peru. Advisor: Dr. Diane Nelson.
 
Justin Alexander Brunet, The Cultural Appropriation of Flamenco and the Cuban Rumba by Francisco Franco and Fidel Castro.

Angela Chang, “Birds of Passage” and “Sojourners”:  A Historical and Ethnographic Analysis of Chinese Migration to Prato, Italy. Advisor: Sucheta Mazumdar.

Isabelle Nakesha Figaro, Religion and Social Movement Discourse:  An analysis on why religion is so powerful and why social movement theory has been insufficient to understand its nature

Diana Lynne Garibaldi, El Tango Extranjero: The International Role in Creating a National Symbol. Advisor: Deborah Jakubs.
 
Karolina Haraldsdottir, Flawed Tactics: A Discussion of the U.S. Government’s Faulty Approach to Criminal Drug Flow and the International Framework Required to Address it. Advisor: Guillermo Trejo.
 
Courtney Teresa Jamison, And the Winner Is...:  Politics and International Film Festivals. Advisor: Dr. Guo-Juin Hong.

Daoge Jin, Unity Through Diversity, Unity Through Uniformity:  Language Reform and the Making of Modern China and Turkey. Advisor: Erdag Goknar.
 
Danielle Johns, Historical Influences in Contemporary Discourse: Using History to Understand Affirmative Action in Ecuador and Brazil. Advisor: Michaeline Crichlow.

Neelima Navuluri, Provision and Protection: The Consequences of Refugee and Asylum Law and Policy in Ireland and the United States. Advisor: Suzanne Shanahan.

Niti Parthasarathy, Strangers and Stranger Places. Advisor: Magda Silva.

Shreya Prasad, Factors Influencing the Uptake and Utility of Genetic Risk Information about Type 2 Diabetes among Asian Indians. Advisor: Robert Cooke-Deegan.

Demitra Maria Sourlis, “…God will always be waiting for us…”  Reflections on the Role of Orthodox Christianity in the Lives of the Children of the Hogar Rafael Ayau. Advisor: Edward Rommen.

Ruth Carrie Tucker, “Ich Bin Deutsche”: The Effects of Political and Historical Education on German Youth Identity. Advisor: Jakob Norberg.