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 2011
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Spring 2011 Fukuzwa Yukichi--Balancing Western and Japanese Intellectual Traditions in the Late Nineteenth Century East Asia High Honors
Spring 2011 Emperor Irene: Gender on the Byzantine Throne Medieval
Spring 2011 Chiang's War of 1937 East Asia
Spring 2011 Two Voting Groups, One Nation and the Rise of Adolf Hitler Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 "The Bridge to the North" German Propaganda during WWII Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 The Tokai Reprocessing Issue: Japan's Fight to Become an Elite Nuclear Nation in the Face of Jimmy Carter's Nonproliferation Policy, 1977 United States High Honors
Spring 2011 Goths, Steppe Tribes and the Evolution of the Roman Army Medieval
Spring 2011 Power Moves: Mutsu Munemitsu East Asia
Spring 2011 A Seat at the Table: China's Diplomatic Coming of Age at the 1955 Asian-African Conference East Asia
Spring 2011 British Government Capitalization on Urban Media Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 The Fashionable Parisienne and the Feminization of French National Identity Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 The American Way: Japanese Agriculturalists in California and the Wartime Farm Adjustment Program United States High Honors
Spring 2011 Hannibal: The Great Carthaginian General Medieval
Spring 2011 Samurai in America: The End of Japanese Isolation East Asia
Spring 2011 Feminine Men and Masculine Women: Gender and Cross-Dressing in Late Ming and Early Qing Vernacular Fiction East Asia
Spring 2011 Urban Interventions: Roman Architecture Under the Fascists Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 Blues Queen of the 1920s: Exploring Black Feminism Through Music United States
Spring 2011 The California Alien Land Laws and the Narrative of the Multiracial Legal Response United States High Honors
Spring 2011 Nationalism in Practice: The Greeks of the Diaspora in the Early Turkish Republic, the Caucasus, and Russia Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 Tsubouchi-Za: Tsubouchi Shoyo and the Battle for Sex in Kasuki and Literature in Meiji Japan East Asia
Spring 2011 Forgotten Revolutionaries: The Historical Repression of the Chinese Anarchist Movement East Asia
Spring 2011 Deconstructing GI Identity: Homosexuality, Queerness and Masculinity in World War II United States
Spring 2011 Ideological and Diplomatic Repercussions of the Spanish Civil War on Chile Latin America High Honors
Spring 2011 Oriental Carpets: Western Perceptions of the East as Seen through Marital Culture East Asia
Spring 2011 Attempted Synthesis of Americituism and Judaism in the 1920s United States
Spring 2011 Freedom in Religion, Freedom from Religion East Asia
Spring 2011 Surfers: California's Iconic Image United States
Spring 2011 Secular Politics in a Sacred Age: A Traditional Society's Revolutionary Rhetoric Britain High Honors
Spring 2011 The Influence of the Cult of Isis and the Cult of Atargatis on the Development of Early Christianity Ancient
Spring 2011 Josiah Royce: His Life & Circumstance United States
Spring 2011 My Home Turf: British Settlers and the Debate on Extraterritoriality in China East Asia
Spring 2011 Die Ringstrasse des Proletariat: The Ambitious Reba's Housing Projects of Interwar Vienna, and How They Fell Short Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 Till the work is done: The Role of the Radical and Chartist Press in British Journalism Late Modern Europe High Honors
Spring 2011 Southern Presbyterians & Civil Rights United States
Spring 2011 Power by the People: Status as a Community Construct as Witnessed by Katsu Kokichi in the Tokugawa Period East Asia
Spring 2011 Edward R. Murrow: the Right Man, in the Right Place, in the Right Time United States
Spring 2011 Through a Wide-Angle Lens: Discovering Dedovsh China Through Film in the Glasnost Period Late Modern Europe High Honors
Spring 2011 The Devil You Know: Debt and Default in Old Regime France Early Modern Europe
Spring 2011 Revolutionary Pawns: Why the Burmese and Thai Communist Parties Were Never Intended to Achieve Victory and How the Chinese Communist Party Used Them to Achieve Its Larger Foreign Policy Objectives East Asia
Spring 2011 Glory of War: The Portrayal of D-Day Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 The Fight Against Proprietary Medical Schools: How the American Medical Association Lined Up its Ducks to End "Medical Quackery" United States High Honors
Spring 2011 A History of Eugenics at U.C. Berkeley United States
Spring 2011 Armenians in Mandate Palestine Middle East
Spring 2011 Jews in Interwar France: Perception and Reaction to the Immigrant Threat Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 Why Satire? Ancient
Spring 2011 Blacks in the United States Armed Forces during World War II United States
Spring 2011 Battle of Algiers: A Manifesto for the Left, a Warning to the Right Middle East
Spring 2011 Borders of Mandate Palestine Middle East
Spring 2011 Motivations and Memories: The Experiences and Legacies of Women in the Italian Resistance Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 Women in the Roman Empire: Power Through Sexuality Ancient
Spring 2011 Documentary Photographs and Mexican Americans in the 1930s United States
Spring 2011 Imperial Bank of Persia: The Imperial Bank of Persia and the Constitutional Revolution of 1906 Middle East
Spring 2011 NATO _ The Transition from Defensive Military Alliance to International Actor Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 An "Obvious" Medical Advancement: Synthetic Human Insulin and the Loss of Choice for American Diabetics History of Science
Spring 2011 Leading from the Margins: Racial and Gender Minorities in InterVarsity Christian Fellowships from the 1940s to Present Time United States
Spring 2011 The Oil Weapon: Perspectives on the Energy Crises in News and Academia Middle East
Spring 2011 Nazi Aeronautical Technology: The Sounds of Fear Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 Lipitor: The Most Profitable Drug for an Illness Most Preventable History of Science
Spring 2011 Migrant Labor and the California Wine Industry: Examining the Disparity between the Commercial Image and Vineyard Reality of the Napa Valley Wine Region United States
Spring 2011 "The Streets for Whose Sake?" The Streets of Cairo in the Sixties and Seventies as a Theatre of Participatory Politics Middle East
Spring 2011 Nazi Victims of a Special Hatred: A Comprehensive History of Jehovah's Witnesses Under the Third Reich Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 Logical Disjunction: Analyzing the Emergence of New Scientific Inquiry History of Science
Spring 2011 West Oakland's Seventh Street Corridor: A Mid-Century Social Crucible United States Honors
Spring 2011 Sanctuary and Suppression: The Immigrant Chinese in San Francisco United States
Spring 2011 "The Heart of a Woman": Georgia Douglas Johnson, the Saturday Nighters, and the Development of Washington's Literary Community United States
Spring 2011 Operation Pied Piper, the Misguided Adventure: Evacuation as Formative Experience for British Children During the Second World War, 1939-1945 Britain
Spring 2011 The Assassination of Lumumba: Weighing the Responsibilities of the UN, the Congo, Belgium and the United States in Bringing About the Death of Patrice Lumumba Africa
Spring 2011 Everything and Everyone to Win the War: The Communist Party and the Spanish Civil War Late Modern Europe Honors
Spring 2011 Six Sickly Siblings: A Public Health Narrative of Public Health Programs for Mexican Migrant Workers in California's Central Valley United States
Spring 2011 A Profile of the San Francisco Renaissance United States
Spring 2011 The Blitzkrieg Legend: Its Machines and Commanders Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 Zest for Life: A History of the Human and Plant Relationship through Genus Citrus History of Science
Spring 2011 The Evolution of an Alliance: The Transatlantic Alliance in the Bosnian War, 1992-1995 Late Modern Europe Honors
Spring 2011 The Hydropolitics of the Nile River Basin: Dismantling the Legitimacy of the Nile Waters Agreement of 1959 Africa
Spring 2011 Bridging the Brink: The United States and International Organizations during the Cuban Missile Crisis United States
Spring 2011 A Memory Clouded: International Law & Sweden's Role in World War Two Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 Preaching to the Body and Soul: The Church of the Brethren's Missionary Work in Sanshi Province East Asia Honors
Spring 2011 A Brief History of Dia de los Muertos in Oakland, California (1970-2000) Latin America
Spring 2011 Early Disabled Advocacy: a Focus on the Psychosocial Perspective United States
Spring 2011 Collective "Mis-Memory": US Policy, Cold War Considerations & The Emergency of the Victim Myth in Occupied Austria Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 The Sleepy Lagoon Murder: A Campaign for Justice United States Honors
Spring 2011 A New Wave of Integration: How Two Cuban Ballplayers Changed the Landscape of North American Baseball Latin America
Spring 2011 Football and World War II: A Long Term Relationship United States
Spring 2011 Powstanie Warszawskie, 1944 Warsaw Uprising to Varsovian Rising: Betrayed in History & in Memory Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 Mirage and Utopia: The Characterization of Spartan Women in Athenian Thought Ancient Honors
Spring 2011 Breaking the Silence: Unveiling the Struggles and Resilience of the Bracero Workers Latin America
Spring 2011 Nixon's Trip to China: The Political Movements of the 1950s-60s that Opened the Door United States
Spring 2011 The Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site: The Changing Shape of Memory Late Modern Europe
Spring 2011 100% American: Education and KKK United States
Spring 2011 Keeping Up With The Wongs: The Transnational Story of Education in the Chinese-American Suburbs United States Honors
Spring 2011 Contested Images: The 1968 Mexican Movement in the Press Latin America
Spring 2011 Infante, Negrete, and Cantinflas: Changing Representations of Mexican Masculinity During the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema Latin America
Fall 2011
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Fall 2011 Edison Carneiro and Ruth Landes: Authority and Matriarchy in Candomble Field Research, 1938-1939 Latin America High Honors
Fall 2011 Surround and Drown: The History of Cal Fire and the Evolution of Prescribed Burning United States High Honors
Fall 2011 Insular Exceptionalism at the Axis of the Mediterranean: Incorporative Administration and Cultural Accommodation in Norman Sicily Medieval Honors
Fall 2011 Blind People and the Social Question in Chile Latin America
Fall 2011 The Politics of Power: PG&E and Hydroelectric Development in California During the Postwar Era, 1945-1959 United States Honors
Fall 2011 Can Opposites Attract? The West Coast Longshoremen's decision to leave the American Federation of Labor United States
Fall 2011 Educational Exchange: A War for the Hearts and Minds United States
Fall 2011 Fairy Tales, Feminism, and the Creation of French Modernity Early Modern Europe

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