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 Mexico: Neoliberalism and the Building of the Narco-State Latin America
Spring 2017 The Trail Toward Trial Late Modern Europe
Spring 2017 The Mexican Problem: Local, State and Government Agencies Discuss Educational Consciousness in the US between 1930-1970 United States
Spring 2017 Debating the Mexican Revolution: Communism from 1935-1960 Latin America
Spring 2017 On and Off the Pitch: Implications of the Politicization of Football Supporters' Groups in Great Britain and the Former Yugoslavia, 1960-2000 Late Modern Europe High Honors
Spring 2017 Blue Jeans and Feta Cheese: Longing and Belonging and the Armenian Imaginary United States
Spring 2017 Post-Revolutionary Exchange: Changes in Binational Intellectual Dialogue Regarding Indigenous People Latin America
Spring 2017 The Preponderance of Polonia: Polish Intellectualism and Cultural Nationalism in the Bay Area Late Modern Europe
Spring 2017 Building Coalitions, the Vietnam Antiwar Movement, and the American Left United States
Spring 2017 The Business of Freedom: The Impact of Opportunism on U.S. Immigrant Detention Latin America Honors
Spring 2017 Perpetration of One's Own Nation: Voices from Silenced Polish Women Early Modern Europe
Spring 2017 "The Goose and the Golden Egg:" Slaveholders and the Rhetoric of Commodification in the Antebellum United States United States
Spring 2017 Expanding Limits: Overcrowding in San Francisco Chinatown in the 1970s United States
Spring 2017 United States Whaling Industry and Cultural Connections: How the United States Whaling Industry Integrated Indigenous Cultures Within Its Workforce and Supplied the Developing World With Light United States
Spring 2017 Economic Agency and the Role of Foreign Investment in Porfirian Mexico Latin America
Fall 2016
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Fall 2016 The State and Coercion during The Great Irish Famine (1845-1851) Late Modern Europe
Fall 2016 Tea or Coffee?: Lobbying, Smuggling, and the Emergence of Tea Consumption in Britain Late Modern Europe
Fall 2016 French Educational Efforts and Motivations in French West Africa: 1900-1950 Late Modern Europe
Fall 2016 United States Motivation in Participation in The Dawes Plan, 1921-1924 Late Modern Europe Honors
Fall 2016 Appeasement Campaign in Pre-War Britain: Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists Proposals Towards Germany, 1934-1939 Late Modern Europe
Fall 2016 Forces the Prompted the Maji-Maji Upring in German Tanganyika (1896-1905): The Birth of Africa's First Pan-Ethnic Anti-Colonial Rebellion African History
Fall 2016 Adjust Fire: Development of American Fire Support from the Vietnam War United States
Fall 2016 Sincerely Yours: A Study of Japanese Identity through Internment Correspondence United States
Fall 2016 "Hyper-fertile Wetbacks": Anti-Immigrant Sentiment and its effect on Undocumented Women's Reproductive and Sexual Rights in California United States
Fall 2016 Revolution at the Ballot Box: The 1856 Committee of Vigilance and the Fight for Political Justice in San Francisco United States Honors
Fall 2016 Korean Picture Brides United States
Fall 2016 The Triangle Fire and the American Jewish Community: From Tragedy to Opportunity United States High Honors
Fall 2016 Varian Associates' Quest: Exporting Profits for Tax Independence United States High Honors
Fall 2016 Afro-Uruguayan (In)visibility in the Mid-Twentieth Century Latin America
Spring 2016
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Spring 2016 Sharks, Snakes, and Smugglers: Hong Kong Immigration in the 1950s-70s East/Southeast Asia
Spring 2016 "Imagination in Power": Lip, Autogestion, and post-'68 Worker Radicalism in France Late Modern Europe High Honors
Spring 2016 A Nation of Thieves: Political Legitimacy during the Golden Age of Piracy, 1650 to 1730 Early Modern Europe
Spring 2016 A Moral Order: Humanitarian Dimensions of US Foreign Policy from Bosnia to Kosovo United States
Spring 2016 Changing Definitions and Practices of Roman Citizenship through the Early, Middle, and Late Republic Ancient History
Spring 2016 Chicago at the Front: Agnes Nestor, Margaret Dreier Robins, and the Chicago Women's Trade Union League United States
Spring 2016 Crafting Conscience: James Madison's Role in Establishing American Religious Liberty United States
Spring 2016 Deity Epithets and Inter-Greek Warfare, 500-300 BCE Ancient History
Spring 2016 Working for the Working-Class: Social Reform and the Building and Loan Industry in late Nineteenth Century America United States
Spring 2016 From Collective to Individual Conscience: Defining Conscientious Objector Status in World War I America United States High Honors
Spring 2016 Bellum Sine Fine: The Development of the Spanish Provinces in the Republic Ancient History High Honors
Spring 2016 Urban Renewal, Negro Removal: West Oakland Without the Heart of It 1954-1970 United States
Spring 2016 Tightrope Propoganda: Radio Free Europe and Cold War Democratic Morality (1949-1960) United States
Spring 2016 Constantine the Unifier of the East and the West Ancient History
Spring 2016 Learning Race: Education Policy and the Institutionalization of Racial Identity in the Philippines, 1901-1935 United States
Spring 2016 Programming Strategy: National Security, Computer Science, and the Strategic Defense Initiative, 1983-89 United States
Spring 2016 The Struggle of the Orders and its Impact on Rights and Law During the Late Roman Republic Ancient History
Spring 2016 Renegotiating the Reservation: Case Studies in Northern Great Plains Tribal Movement United States High Honors
Spring 2016 The Ironies of Reinhold Niebuhr and the Myth of American Exceptionalism United States
Spring 2016 The Tiny Light of the American Colonies: The Achievements of New Smyrna in British East Florida United States
Spring 2016 Formidable Forces: The Western Regional Office of the NAACP and Residential Segregation, 1944-1965 United States
Spring 2016 Ghadar Party: Formation of Transnational Thought and Rebellion, 1910-1920 United States
Spring 2016 "We Must Be Wary of Those Who Profess to Have Our Interests at Heart:" The Collective Sterilization of Mexican Women in Los Angeles, 1968-1974 United States
Spring 2016 Reading Between Their Lines: Uncovering the Female Identity in Early American Fiction United States
Spring 2016 Understanding the Founding and Shifting of CORE's Values United States
Spring 2016 Pancanalism: The Land Divided the World United? West Indian Labor in the Post-Construction Canal Zone Latin America
Spring 2016 "The Union Ruptured:" Mechanization, Modernization, and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union United States Highest Honors
Spring 2016 Dixie Diplomacy: Communists, Nationalists, and the American Rapprochement in Wartime China, 1941-1945 United States
Spring 2016 The Prototype of Operation Condor: Alfredo Stroessner's Paraguay Latin America
Spring 2016 Perched Upon Her Banner: The Successes and Strategies of Southern Women in 20th Century Politics United States
Spring 2016 "We Are Here and We Will Not Be Silenced": Conflict, Resistance, and the Role of Transgender Women of Color During the Gay Liberation Movement 1969-1973 United States
Spring 2016 "Fatherland or Death!": Cuba's Militarization of the Dengue Eradication Campaign in 1981 Latin America
Spring 2016 Pathways of Empowerment: Free Women of Color and Louisiana Courts, 1800 - 1830 United States
Spring 2016 Army Doctrine and the United States Place in the World United States
Spring 2016 Making Maestros: American Imperialism, Cuban Nationalism, and Harvard's Summer School of 1900 Latin America High Honors
Spring 2016 The Development of English Perspectives on Islamic Astronomical History East/Southeast Asia
Spring 2016 Reformed Rhetoric: How Early Progressive Rhetoric Developed in Female Missionary Projects 1850-1930 United States
Spring 2016 Our First Lucid Moment: The Unveiling of Peru's Viruses by Manuel Gonzalez Prada Latin America
Spring 2016 1985's Mard, and the Rebirth of a Nation East/Southeast Asia
Spring 2016 Icarus at War: American Racial Attitudes in the Fight Against the Land of the Rising Sun, 1941-1945 United States
Spring 2016 "A Comer Parejo"—"To Eat Equally:" Fifty Years of Food Rationing and the Libreta de Abastecimiento in Socialist Cuba Latin America Highest Honors
Spring 2016 Population, Control, and Planning the Family in 1960's India East/Southeast Asia
Spring 2016 One World: How Liberal Internationalists in the Kennedy Administration Envisioned a World Beyond the Cold War United States
Spring 2016 Armageddon on the Horizon: The Late Cold War "War Scare", Able Archer, and the Unforeseen Consequences of Re-Escalation United States
Spring 2016 Constructing Myth: The Political Ambitions of the Princes in the Medieval Welsh Romance Peredur vab Efrawc Medieval
Spring 2016 "A Land without People for a People without Land:" Dr. Elwood Mead and the Erasure of Indigenous Agriculture in the Imperial Valley, California, and the Jordan Valley, Palestine: 1916-1936 Comparative
Spring 2016 St Symeon of Emesa: Simply Simple? The Function of the Holy Fool in Late Antiquity Medieval
Spring 2016 Ethnic Studies and Curriculum Change at U.C. Berkeley, 1967-1974 United States
Spring 2016 From the Fredericks to Emperor Meiji: Bureaucratic Reforms With Far-Reaching Consequences Comparative
Spring 2016 Contested Prize of Trojans and Hellenes: Hellenism and Greco-Roman Rhetoric in Niketas Choniates' Constantinopolitan Ekphrasis Medieval
Spring 2016 Kalifornier Khaloymes: The Los Angeles Yiddish Culture Club and Its Literary History, 1926-1966 United States High Honors
Spring 2016 "What Do You Know About Dat, Eh?" Constructing Race and Identity in the Italian American Theatre, 1870-1920 United States
Spring 2016 The Anomaly of Ibn Jubayr: A Voice of Moderation in a Fanatical Age Medieval
Spring 2016 Land, Water, and Dairy: The Waterman's Dairy Ranch and Industrial Dairying in Southern California at the end of the 19th Century United States
Spring 2016 The Flawless Hero: The German Western and Confronting Postwar Guilt Late Modern Europe
Spring 2016 A Marian Monarch: The Sacred Kingship of Jaume I of Aragon Medieval
Spring 2016 Dreaming Beings and Thinking Things: The Beginning of Complexity Science in the Early Twentieth Century Science
Spring 2016 Nicaragua Information Center: A Campus-based Activist Movement And Its Unwavering Labor of Solidarity From 1980 to 1991 United States
Spring 2016 Gold Standard and Imperialism: The Peculiar Case of Britain's India Britain
Spring 2016 Borderland Conflicts: EU Conflict Management and European Integration Late Modern Europe
Spring 2016 Cholera: The Price of Gold. An Exploration into Cholera during the Gold Rush Science
Spring 2016 Last of a Dying Breed: Cowboys of the Golden State and the California Cowboy Fascination United States
Spring 2016 Imperial Legacy and 20th Century Eugenics: The Cases of Mexico and Germany Comparative
Spring 2016 Beyond the Cold War: Comparing "Big Science" Practices of CERN and NASA Science
Spring 2016 The Battle to Stay Out of World War II: The America First Committee United States
Spring 2016 By Reasons of Race: Ruth Asawa and the San Jose Japanese American Internment Memorial United States
Spring 2016 American Olympism in the Aftermath of Frontier United States
Spring 2016 A Fast History: Food Abstinence in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century America Science
Spring 2016 The Methodology and Profession of Economics: The Stagnation of Reform in Economics Education in the 1970s to the 1980s United States
Spring 2016 Greener across the Golden Gate: The Williamson Act and Preservation Politics in Marin County 1962 - 1990 United States
Spring 2016 Partisan Heroes: War Films, Identity, and Memory in Socialist Yugoslavia Late Modern Europe

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