This collection contains Honors in the Major theses completed in History.

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Theses from 2016

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To Be Magic: The Art Of Ana Mendieta Through an Ecofeminist Lens, Elizabeth Ann Baker

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The Social Impact of the Hundred Years War on the Societies of England and France, Kody E. Whittington

Theses/Dissertations from 2015

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A Diplomat's Portrait: The United States Department of State's View on French Imperial Policy Regarding Syrian Religious Minorities of 1918-1922, Dominic Charles

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The Roman Conquest of Britain, Jason Delaney

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Colloquia Education: An Examination of Roman Second Language Education for Social Implications, Jennifer Newton

Theses/Dissertations from 2014

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An Examination of the Instability and Exploitation in Congo From King Leopold II's Free State to the 2nd Congo War, Baldwin Beal

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An Empire on the Brink of Destruction: The Stability of the Seleucid Empire Under Antiochus IV (175 B.C. - 164 B.C.), Tyler Campbell

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Animal-Like and Depraved: Racist Stereotypes, Commercial Sex, and Black Women's Identity in New Orleans, 1825-1917, Porsha Dossie

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The Hellenic Axel: The Greek Hellenization of Central Asia and its Impact of the Development of Buddhism, Ledio Hysi

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King Leopold II's Exploitation of the Congo From 1885 to 1908 and Its Consequences, Steven Johnson

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Migrant Labor, Development, and HIV in Botswana, William Kearns

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Queen Isabella and the Spanish Inquisition: 1478-1505, Lori Nykanen

Theses/Dissertations from 2013

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Female Collaborators and Resisters in Vichy France: Individual Memory, Collective Image, Katherine Thurlow

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From Pre-Islam to Mandate States: Examining Cultural Imperialism and Cultural Bleed in the Levant, Gabriel Willman