History 101 Database

The Department maintains a History 101 Theses Library in the front office (3229 Dwinelle) for your access. The library holds all papers with High Honors and Highest Honors designations dating back to 2005. Due to library capacity limitations, papers designated either Honors or non-Honors are purged after five years. When you come to review a particular thesis, please have your Cal ID card with you and plan to stay in the front office while you review the paper, as theses are not to leave the front office. While you are encouraged to take hand-written notes, theses may not be photocopied, photographed, or marked up in any way.

Spring 2017
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Spring 2017 The Puppet Myth: The American Relationship with Laotian General Phoumi Nosavan and its Implications for our Understanding of US Puppets East/Southeast Asia
Spring 2017 Appell and Tenko: A Comparative Analysis of American Airmen as Prisoners of War in World War II Comparative
Spring 2017 Narcoculture in the United States United States
Spring 2017 Rethinking Identities of Russian Emigre Writers Late Modern Europe
Spring 2017 The Role of Education in Creating the Ruling Women of Tudor England Early Modern Europe
Spring 2017 Pushing Boundaries: How the Moscow Helsinki Watch Group elevated the conversation of human rights in late Soviet Russia Late Modern Europe
Spring 2017 American Propaganda Portrayals of Imperialism During the Philippine-American War United States

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