2018-2019 Honors Theses


Daniela Flamini, Fact-Checking in Buenos Aires and the Modern Journalistic Struggle Over Knowledge. Research Advisor: Philip Napoli (Public Policy)

Dillon Leovic, Coming to Terms with the Past in a Post-Conflict: A Case Study of Youth Reconciliation in Croatia and Serbia. Research Advisor: Shai Ginsberg (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies)

Katharyn Loweth, The Spirit of Survival: Projections of International Solidarity and Security in Contemporary Estonia. Research Advisor: Gareth Price (Linguistics)

Phoebe O’Hara, Exercising Agency: Women, Space and Place in Saudi Arabia. Research Advisor: Erdag Gökner (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies)

Muyi Zhang, Model Illegal Alien: How Undocumented Asian Americans “Deserve” Citizenship. Research Advisor: Nayoung Kwon Aimee (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies)

Samuel Zhu, Spectacular China: Performing Pessoptimism in 21st Century China. Research Advisor: Leo Ching (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies and International Comparative Studies)