2020-2021 Honors Theses

Olivia de GaudemarStories of Violence and Peace: The Embodiment of violence in Colombia. Research Advisor: Adam Rosenblatt (International Comparative Studies) 

Soraya Durand, Stories of Violence and Peace: The Embodiment of violence in Colombia.” Kathryn Mathers (International Comparative Studies) 

Anwuli OkonjoIje Umu-Nwanyi: Young Nigerian Women Activists, Nation-building, and the Politics of Imagination. Research Advisor: Samuel Daly (African and African-American Studies & ICS) 

Stefanie Pousoulides, The Politics of Memory: The Meaning of Home to Armenian Genocide Survivors (1919-1991). Research Advisor: James Chappel (History) 

Sara Tavakolian, Imaginary Homelands: Constructing Belonging in the Iranian-American Diaspora. Research Advisor: Negar Mottahedeh (Program in Literature) 

Allayne ThomasPoetic Healing: How Diasporic Women of Color Navigate Exclusion and Practice Self-Care. Research Advisor: Leo Ching (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies & ICS)

Miranda WolfordFemale Founders in Fintech: Navigating Gender in Money’s Newest Frontier. Research Advisor: Emma Rasiel (Economics) 

Valeria YinBoundless Skies: Exploring How Asian Latin Americans Negotiate Belonging Across Borders. Research Advisor: Susan Thananoparvan (Thompson Writing Program)