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 2015
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Spring 2015 Disconnected from Empire: The Rise and Fall of Liberal-Authoritarianism Britain
Spring 2015 "Chicano Power' does not include Chicana Power:" Machismo, Liberation, and the 'Radical Chicana' United States
Spring 2015 Prince Saunders: The Hope of Haiti United States
Spring 2015 The Tragedy of Silesia: Memory and the Experience among Cathloic German Expellees in Postwar Germany Late Modern Europe
Spring 2015 Fighting to be seen: activist photographers and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee United States
Spring 2015 Geriatics and Genocide Late Modern Europe
Spring 2015 The Invention of the Oromo Nation Africa
Spring 2015 "Queen of the Voodooes", Queen of the Damned: Towards a Public Imagination of African American Female Spiritualists United States
Spring 2015 Victorian Society's Making of the Working Class Woman British
Spring 2015 The Great Reversal: Britain's Military Expedition into Tibet at the Turn of the Twentieth Century Britain
Spring 2015 You've Made the Cut: The Beauty Standard of East Asian Americans, 1920-1950 United States
Spring 2015 Hamara Kashmir Southeast Asia
Spring 2015 NEGOTIATING THE NATION: The B.B.C AND THE "PEOPLE'S WAR" Britain
Spring 2015 Unearthing the Two Bodies of Kind Arthur: How Arthur Provided Political and Religious Authority to Lte Medieval and Early Modern English Monarchs from Henry II and James I Medieval Europe
Spring 2015 Radio Free Europe and the Rhetoric of Liberation Late Modern Europe
Spring 2015 The Arab State that Nearly Was: King Hussein and British Diplomacy in World War I Britain
Spring 2015 From Root to Tip: The Evolving Significance of Hair in Stuart England Europe, Britain
Spring 2015 Heroism and Failure in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle Medieval
Spring 2015 Heiresses in Exile: A Rethinking of Transaltantic Class Relations Britain
Spring 2015 When a Saint Gets Her 'of': Human Dissection in Canonization Proceedings in Medieval Italy Medieval Europe
Spring 2015 MedievalLaws on Adultery: The role of Gender, Class, and Proterty in Las Siete Partidas Medieval
Spring 2015 Evolving to Fight: The Battle of Britain and the Evolition of British Fighter Planes in the Second World War Britain
Spring 2015 Let's Get Physical: Pregnancy, Miwscarriage, Monstrous Births, and Anxieties about the Female Body in Seventeenth-Century England Early Medieval Europe
Spring 2015 Homoeroticism in MedievalTroubadour Poetry Medieval
Spring 2015 RVLE BRITANNIA - Imperial Britain's response to the Gallipoli disaster Britain
Spring 2015 The Linnaean Apostles: Botany, Economy, and the Swedish Enlightenment Project, 1740-1780 Europe
Spring 2015 Necromancy, A Tale of Two Texts Target Audience for the Key of Solomon the King and the Munich Necromancy Handbook Medieval
Spring 2015 FROM SPECTACULAR PERFORMANCE TO INSTRUCTUVE ENTERTAINMENT: BUFFALO BILL'S WILD WEST SHOW United States
Spring 2015 A Multiplicity of Anxieties: A Discourse on Early Modern Astronomy and Existentialism Early Medieval Europe
Spring 2015 Franco-Hungarian Rapprochement and the Danubuan Federation Late Modern Europe
Spring 2015 The Holy Trinity: God, Money, and Politics in Early Massachusetts Bay Colony Towns United States
Spring 2015 An Abundance of Catherines: Feminine Influence in Enlightenment Russia Early Medieval Europe
Spring 2015 From Accessory to Necessity United States
Spring 2015 Arguing for Survival: The Debates of the 1721 Boston Inoculation Crisis United States
Spring 2015 Eat Drink, but Don't be Mary: Lutheran Hyper-Masculinity and the Demise of the Virgin Mary Early Medieval Europe
Fall 2015
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Fall 2015 Trabajando por La Patria y el Olvido: The Absence of the Seccion Femenina at the Valle de los Caidos and Beyond Late Modern Europe Honors
Fall 2015 Service in Dixie: American Relations with the Chinese Communist Party United States Honors
Fall 2015 The Prisoner's Pulpit: Lilburne in the Tower Britain Honors
Fall 2015 Conventional Command: The Strategy of Erich von Falkenhayn, 1914-1916 Late Modern Europe Honors
Fall 2015 "Tuition is not a dirty word" Ronald Reagan, the University of California, and the Dismantling of the Tuition-Free Principle United States High Honors
Fall 2015 Deconstructing Reconstruction: The Battle to Rebuild Ypres Post-WWI Late Modern Europe High Honors
Fall 2015 Escape to Freedom: An Analysis of the Evolving Identity of the 'Escapee' During the Cold War (1944-1961) Late Modern Europe High Honors
Fall 2015 The Science of Freedom: Radio Free Europe, Social Science, and Mass Media in the Cold War Late Modern Europe Highest Honors
Spring 2014
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Spring 2014 Nanshin-ron and the Imperial Relationship: Anglo-Australian Relations and Australians Foreign Diplomacy in the Wake of Japanese Southward Expansion Britain
Spring 2014 Victorian Vices: Sexual Practices at the Oneida Community United States
Spring 2014 City of Angles: Proposition 13 and the Limits of Urban Development in Los Angeles United States Honors
Spring 2014 Northeast Asia During the Medieval Period: Trying for an Empirical Approach East Asia
Spring 2014 Uisge Beatha: The Transformation of Scotch Whisky in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries Britain
Spring 2014 Incarceration Nation: Developments in Prison Privatization, Convict Labor, Federal Drug Wars, the Birth of America's Perpetual Underclass, and the Influence of Profit Upon this Intricate Historical Narrative United States
Spring 2014 Seeing Red: The Associated Farmers of California and Agricultural Labor in the 1930s United States
Spring 2014 Seeds of a Revolution: The Sex Education Movement of the Forties and Fifties United States
Spring 2014 Marin City From 1940 to 1950: Rapid Social and Landscape Change United States
Spring 2014 Pre-Monuments Men: The Movement to Save Art and Culture Began Britain
Spring 2014 American Military Doctors and Their Interactions with Civilians During the Vietnam War United States
Spring 2014 Censorship and Isolation Instead of Political Participation: Marshall Islanders in the Anti-Nuclear Movement 1946-1958 Southeast Asia
Spring 2014 American Feminism and Female Genital Cutting: A Conflicting and Changing Relationship United States
Spring 2014 Numismatics and Movement Under Early Parthian Kings Ancient
Spring 2014 Reorienting Rock 'N' Roll: The Place of Popular Music in Political Protest 1976-1985 Britain
Spring 2014 American Blindness to Domestic Forces in Iran in 1977 United States
Spring 2014 Blurred Lines: America's Debate Over Conceptions of Responsibility and Consent in Sexual Crimes United States
Spring 2014 A Body of One's Own: The American Alternative Birth Movement and Its Ideological Legacies United States High Honors
Spring 2014 Representing AIDS in the UK: Individual and Collective Responsibilities Britain
Spring 2014 The Gun Control Act of 1968: A Response to the Vilification of the Gun that Took Place During the Violent Times of the 1960s United States
Spring 2014 The Primary of the Century: How Upton Sinclair Won the 1934 Democratic Primary for California Governor United States
Spring 2014 How to Save a Race: Eugenics in the African-American Intellectual Mind United States High Honors
Spring 2014 An Illustrative Blip in the Evolution of British Economic Thought: A Belated Numerical Affirmation of the Failure of the Special Areas Act of 1934 Britain
Spring 2014 Headlines to Sell, Articles to Tell: A Close Reading of Three Daily Newspapers and How They Covered the Explosion of the U.S.S. Maine United States
Spring 2014 A Privilege of Doubtful Value: A Reevaluation of the 1902 Anthracite Coal Strike and Its Place in American History United States HHH
Spring 2014 "Asexual Prehistory": Asexuality Before the Internet United States
Spring 2014 Paper Daughters: Victims of the Yellow Slave Trade in California During the Era of Chinese Exclusion United States
Spring 2014 Fighting for Souls: The Sisters of Mercy and Religious Conflict in the Crimean War Britain
Spring 2014 San Francisco Redevelopment in the 1960s and the Destruction of a Music Mecca United States
Spring 2014 Afghanistan and the United States 1945-1991: Politics of Aid, Development and the Cold War Middle East
Spring 2014 "People are People": Turn-of-the-Century Healthcare Practices at San Quention State Prison United States
Spring 2014 Tossing Traditions: The Shifts in Influence and Purpose of the Highland Games Britain
Spring 2014 Men, Women, and Manners in Turn-of-the-Century Urban America United States
Spring 2014 With No One Around to Hear Them, Did They Make a Sound? Representations of Afghan Women in Memoirs and Western Media From 1979 to Present Middle East
Spring 2014 Hunters Point and Urban Renewal in San Fracisco During the 1960s United States
Spring 2014 Agency of the Goodman Medieval
Spring 2014 Changing Tides: The Role of Popular Culture in the Marine Mammal Protection Act United States
Spring 2014 Moving On Up: The Chinese American Dream in San Francisco's Sunset District United States
Spring 2014 The Rise and Decline of the German Speaking Community in San Francisco, 1850-1924 United States
Spring 2014 The Effect World War II Had on Race Relations In Richmond, California United States
Spring 2014 Seeing Red: The Associated Farmers of California and Agricultural Labor in the 1930s United States
Spring 2014 The Inter-American Frontera: Santiago Viduarri and the Politics of Instability Latin America
Spring 2014 American Mythology: Reagan, Hollywood and the 1980s United States
Spring 2014 Gender, Class and Murder: Blanche LaMont, Minnie Williams and the San Francisco Press United States
Spring 2014 Judicial Review in the Early Republic United States
Spring 2014 Censorship and Isolation Instead of Political Participation: Marshall Islanders in the Anti-Nuclear Movement 1946-1958 Southeast Asia
Spring 2014 Escalating Violence and the Limits of a Drug War Narrative: United States-Mexico Counternarcotic Policy in a Prohibitionist Era Latin America
Spring 2014 One-Up: Nintendo Power and Youth Identity United States
Spring 2014 Communists in the Fields: The Cannery and Agricultural Workers Industrial Union in California, 1930-1933 United States
Fall 2014
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Fall 2014 Sexual Subjects: American Youth and Sex Education in the 1930s United States H
Fall 2014 Reassessing Union Ambitions: The Colorado Coal War of 1913-1914 United States
Fall 2014 The Civil War and How it Allowed for Advancement of Trauma Medicine United States
Fall 2014 Coming Into Their Own: Women in Politics During the Roosevelt Administration United States
Fall 2014 United States v. Shepp: Erosion of the First Amendment for Whistleblowers, Journalists and the Masses United States
Fall 2014 Roosevelt, the "Forgotten Man," and the Brain Trust Farmer United States HH
Fall 2014 Mendez v. Westminster: One Family's Connection to the Mexican American Generation Latin America
Fall 2014 The 1954 Guatemalan Coup and the Manipulation of American Media Latin America

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