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 2010
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Spring 2010 "Don't Deny My Name": Jelly Roll Morton, Black Entertainers, and their Impact on one Another United States
Spring 2010 Concerning Leprosy Policy at the Cape Colony: A Study of Race Constructions Africa High Honors
Spring 2010 Reading, Writing and Community Organizing: The Teachers of the 1964 Freedom Summer United States Honors
Spring 2010 Transplanting Vietnam: The Reestablishment of Vietnamese Life in Little Saigon United States
Spring 2010 Britain's 1968: The Student Challenge to the Post-Imperial Consensus Britain Highest Honors
Spring 2010 Literature: The Path to Dissent Late Modern Europe/Soviet
Spring 2010 Defining the Hybrid Identity of the Middle-Class British Housewife in India through the Study of Household Management Guides, 1860-1914 Britain
Spring 2010 Achieving the American Dream: The Image of Perfection and the Role of Women in Postwar America United States
Spring 2010 Burgundians, barbarians, and allotments; changing identities in the Liber Constituionum Ancient High Honors
Spring 2010 The Real Sexual Revolution United States
Spring 2010 Conversion and Conquest: The Old Saxon Heliand and the Christianization of the Germanic World Medieval High Honors
Spring 2010 Midwifery, Mothering, and Medical Intervention: Factors in Fertility and Infant Mortality in Peasant Russia, 1890-1930 Late Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Lucre and Love: The Commercialization of Middle Class Weddings in Britain: 1900-1960 Britain
Spring 2010 Basta Ya!: The Story of Los Siete, Police Brutality, and an Attempt to Fight Back in San Francisco's Mission District, 1969-1972 United States
Spring 2010 I'm Gonna Make You Love Me: Pop Music, Rhythm & Blues, and the Appeal of African-American Girl Groups United States High Honors
Spring 2010 This Just In! Hippies, Diggers, and Flower Children: How Local Newspapers Responded to the 1960s San Francisco Counterculture United States
Spring 2010 A History of Epistemology in Early Modern England: An Epistemological Paradigm Early Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Surviving Stalin Late Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Most Secret: The Effects of Wartime Censorship on Remembering the Tube Shelter Disasters of the Blitz Britain
Spring 2010 Challenging a Legacy of Discrimination and Exclusion: the Disability Rights Movement and its Efforts to Secure Educational Equality United States
Spring 2010 Rebels With a Cause: The Growth and Appeal of the Young Americans for Freedom in the 1960s United States High Honors
Spring 2010 When California Legalized Abortion United States
Spring 2010 The "Muslim Battalions": The Role of Central Asian Soldiers In the Soviet-Afghan War Late Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Photographing the Illusion of Austerity: Fashion Photography and Femininity in Post-WWII Britain Britain
Spring 2010 Failed Democracy or Failed Analysis? Looking at the Sing Sheng Discrimination in Cold War Context United States
Spring 2010 Forgotten Hope: The Fall of France, 1940 Late Modern Europe High Honors
Spring 2010 "Take the A Train" to Moscow: The Use of Jazz as an International Political Tool Late Modern Europe
Spring 2010 The President of Planet Earth: Velimir Khlebnikov Late Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Saving the Children: The Evacuation of London Children to the English Countryside during World War II Britain
Spring 2010 On the Ground, in the Schools, on the Bus: The Pasadena Plan and the Desegregation of the Pasadena Unified School District United States
Spring 2010 A Nation Built on Loneliness: Foreign Male Patrons of Prostitution in Singapore, 1880 to the Present Southeast Asia Honors
Spring 2010 Afghanistan Through the Cold War Lens: Perception and Misperception in Carter's Administration United States
Spring 2010 Nicolaitas: Initiators of Reform Latin America
Spring 2010 The Elgin Marbles and the Formation of Taste in Nineteenth-Century Britain's Imperial Display-Culture Britain
Spring 2010 The Forgotten Asians: Early Indian Immigration into the United States United States
Spring 2010 Donald Fraser and the Rise of Human Rights in the 1970s United States
Spring 2010 Ancient Friendship, New Models and Venetian Reality Early Modern Europe
Spring 2010 No Laughing Matter: Rius' Criticism of the PRI's Revolutionary Deficit Latin America
Spring 2010 The New Elizabethan Age and its Limits: Uses of Queen Elizabeth I in the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II Britain
Spring 2010 A Monumental Feat: Pat Brown and the State Water Project United States
Spring 2010 Homes, Work and Land, Health and School (Techo, Trabajo y Tierra, Salud y Escuela): The Alliance for Progress Latin America
Spring 2010 "The Capitalists will sell us the rope by which we will hang them": Credit and Commodity Markets in East-West Detente Late Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Apocalyptic Fears during the English Revolution and Civil Wars Early Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. and Cultural Authority United States Honors
Spring 2010 Varying Perspectives on the Fenian Panic, 1865-1868 Britain
Spring 2010 Film Noir and Post-War Anxieties in America United States
Spring 2010 Jimmy Carter: Faith and Foreign Policy United States
Spring 2010 After Dayton: Success and Failure in Bosnia and Herzegovina Late Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Charlevoix, Paraguay, and Expulsions All Around: The History of Paraguay as an Eighteenth Century Defense of the Society of Jesus Early Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Kaweah: A Practical Expression of Laurence Gronlund's Utopian Vision United States
Spring 2010 Hop Luu: The Confluence of the Literary and the Politice in Overseas Vietnamese Literature Southeast Asia
Spring 2010 From University Prestige to Silicon Valley United States
Spring 2010 One Nation's Livelihood, Another Nation's Battlefield: Reagan's Deadly Economic War in Nicaragua United States
Spring 2010 Analysis of the European Court of Human Rights Late Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Criminal Conversation Litigation: 1690-1897 Early Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Reluctant State Builders: The United States Government's Response to Conscientious Objectors during World War I United States
Spring 2010 Korean Interpretation of Vietnam in Contemporary Media Southeast Asia
Spring 2010 How the California Board of Bank Commissioners Provided Stability During a Time of Uncertainty, and Reflect the Society and Conditions that Caused its Creation in 1878 United States
Spring 2010 The World Bank under Robert S. McNamara: Redefining the "West and the Rest" in a New age of Global Development United States
Spring 2010 Greeks in a Roman World: The United States, Great Britain, and Parallel Policy in Greece, 1947 Late Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Habsburg Funeral Ritual in Sixteenth Century Spain Early Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Remembering Port Chicago: An Examination of White-owned, Radical and Black-owned Newspaper Coverage of the Story of the Port Chicago Explosion and the Largest Mass Mutiny Trial in U.S. Naval History United States
Spring 2010 Representation of Vietnam Through the Diasporic Lens of Generation 1.5 Southeast Asia
Spring 2010 Learn Baby Learn, Oakland Public Schools 1960-1973 United States
Spring 2010 Alexander the Great: Interpretations of the policy of fusion Ancient
Spring 2010 Complicating the Greek Mercenary Ancient
Spring 2010 Hungary's Teenager Party: An Affair with the Enemy Late Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Habsburg Piety: The Letters of King Philip IV and Sor Maria de Jesus de Agreda Early Modern Europe
Spring 2010 The Armenian Women's Movement and a Vision of Gender, Armenian Nationalism, and Disaporic "Awakening" In the Late Ottoman Empire, 1863-1922 Late Modern Europe
Spring 2010 The Silent War: A Jurisprudential History of Wartime Rape United States
Spring 2010 Residential Segregation in Postwar Los Angeles United States
Spring 2010 Josephus, Herod, and Jerusalem Ancient
Spring 2010 If the American People made the Peace: American Public Opinion of Germany, 1944-1948 Late Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Martyrs or Traitors? Catholic Missionaries in England, 1580-1581 Early Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Arthur and the Three Kingdoms: A Comparative Study of Popular Traditions in China and Europe East Asia
Spring 2010 San Francisco Chinatown: A Time Capsule of American History United States
Spring 2010 Mystery Religion in the Roman Mentality Ancient
Spring 2010 Popular Prophecy, Huguenot Identity and the Camisard Rebellion: The Prophetic Movement of the Cevennes Early Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Blue Sky, White Sun, Crimson Land: Democracy in the Republic of China East Asia
Spring 2010 Secular Humanism and the Rise of the Religious Right in American Politics United States
Spring 2010 The Nature of Revolt in the Roman Empire: Insurrection and Suppression in Germany and Judea Ancient
Spring 2010 The Centralization of the French Monarchy and the Countering of Spanish and Habsburg Expansion by Cardinal Richelieu Early Modern Europe
Spring 2010 Diplomacy With Chinese Characteristics: P.R.C. Foreign Relations with France and North Vietnam, 1949-1968 East Asia
Spring 2010 The City, University, and Students: The Development of Housing Activism in Berkeley United States
Spring 2010 The Ptolemies: Greek Kings as Egyptian Pharaohs Ancient
Fall 2010
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Fall 2010 Fred Gardner's The Unlawful Concert: The Presidio Mutiny as Reflective of the Convergence and Decline of the Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War United States
Fall 2010 Fulfilling the Dream: An Analysis of the Integration of Berkeley's Public Schools United States
Fall 2010 Looking at the Iranian Hostage Crisis Through the Lens of Orientalism United States
Fall 2010 Louise Toles Thompson Patterson: A Glimpse into the Life of a Radical African American Female Activist United States
Fall 2010 Progressive Plague: The Bubonic Plague and Progressivism in 1900s San Francisco United States
Fall 2010 Reagan and the Contras: The Abandonment of Diplomacy United States
Fall 2010 Robert Schuller and the Crystal Cathedral: A Church for Orange County United States
Fall 2010 The Military and the Army Air Force: On the Road to Desegregation United States
Fall 2010 The Realities of Bankers on Wall Street Prior to the Great Crash United States
Fall 2010 The Stowaways Are Stowed Away United States
Fall 2010 The War Powers Resolution from the Bench: Congressional versus Executive War Powers and How Judges Have Ruled on Them United States
Fall 2010 Attempting to Move Heaven and Earth: The Dual LGBT Advocacy of DIGNITY United States
Fall 2010 Describing the Unspeakable: An Inquiry into Holocaust Education Law in California United States
Fall 2010 England in the 1550s: The Spanish Marriage, the Wyatt Rebellion, and the transition from Xenophobia to "Hispanophobia" Britain
Fall 2010 Harlem Meets Havana: The Experience of Black Activists in Cuba, 1959-80 Latin America

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