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 2009
sort ascending
Spring 2009 Jesuits and Survival of Catholicism: The Case of Edmund Campion and Robert Parsons Early Modern Europe Honors
Spring 2009 Soviet Russification: The Publication of Polnoe Sobranie Sochinenii Between 1930-1937 Late Modern Europe High Honors
Spring 2009 Reimagining Rousseau: Holderlin on Rousseau and the French Revolution Early Modern Europe
Spring 2009 The Evolution of the Servant Question: An Examination of the Discourse in the United States from the 1830s to the early 1900s United States
Spring 2009 Los Toros, the Theater State, and National Culture: Including the 17th Century Urban Corrida in the History of the Spanish Bullfight Early Modern Europe Honors
Spring 2009 Underground Odessa: Soviet Commemoration of the Partisans in the Catacombs during the Great Patriotic War Late Modern Europe High Honors
Spring 2009 Student Movement Heats Up: The Cuban Revolution and the Beginnings of Berkeley Student Political Agitation in the Early 1960s United States
Spring 2009 Odd Man Out: An Examination of Maxentius as Usurper, Emperor, and Tyrant Ancient Honors
Spring 2009 Accidental Armageddon: American Cold War Conceptions of Inadvertent Nuclear War United States
Spring 2009 Qu'est-Ce Que Le Deuxieme Etat?: What the Question of Nobility Reveals About Revolutionary France Early Modern Europe Honors
Spring 2009 Resilience in the Face of Challenge: The Persistence of the Martial Race Theory in the Indian Army During the First World War Britain High Honors
Spring 2009 Amerindian Noblemen and the Rearrangement of Localized Amerindian Knowledges in Central Mexico, 1521-1555 Latin America
Spring 2009 Dockum's Drug Store Sit-in, 1958: The Afforded Freedom of Being Young United States Honors
Spring 2009 The Church Committee and the Politics of Intelligence Reform United States
Spring 2009 That Incomparable Pattern of Flaming Zeal for the Glory of God, and Burning Charity for the Good of Men: Mary Rich, Countess of Warwick and a Space for Female Puritanism in Restoration England Early Modern Europe Honors
Spring 2009 The Kids United?: Rock Against Racism and the Politicization of Youth Culture Britain High Honors
Spring 2009 Colonies Do Not Speak Latin America
Spring 2009 From Preservation to Partisan Politics: The National German-American Alliance and the Culture Wars of the Progressive Era United States Honors
Spring 2009 The Vietnam War: The Director's Cut United States
Spring 2009 Ottonian Diplomacy in the Tenth Century: A German Embassy in Al-Andalus Medieval Honors
Spring 2009 The Implementation of the Roman Liturgy and Tympanum Iconography in Leon Medieval Honors
Spring 2009 Young Subversives: Children's Role in the American Abolitionist Movement United States Highest Honors
Spring 2009 Silence in West Bengal: The Bhadralok of Bengal and the Boundaries of Postcolonial Discourse Southeast Asia
Spring 2009 Here in this Awful Desolation a Garden Shall Flower: Discrimination Against Armenians and the Rise of the Raisin Industry in California's San Joaquin Valley, 1890 to 1929 United States Honors
Spring 2009 US-Vietnam Relations: Lost Opportunities United States
Spring 2009 In a Place Apart: The Self-Representations of Anna May Wong United States Honors
Spring 2009 A Shared History of Persecution: A Case Study of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee's Response to the Crises of the Hitler Years: 1933-1945 United States
Spring 2009 Faith, Treachery, and Redemption United States Honors
Spring 2009 Smelling to High Heaven: Catharism, Papal Politics, and the Odor of Sanctity in Medieval Orvieto Medieval Highest Honors
Spring 2009 Tactos Torpes: Conceptualizing Same-Sex Desire, Sin and Status in Central Mexico 1774-1776 Latin America
Fall 2009
sort ascending
Fall 2009 The Purity of the Ballot Box: How Ex-Felons Won the Right to Vote in California, 1966-1974 United States
Fall 2009 Feminine Protest in Chile's Civic Movement Toward Democracy Latin America
Fall 2009 How did the Japanese Annexation Affect Korea During Park Chung Hee's Regime in the 1960s? East Asia
Fall 2009 How Was Osama Bin Laden Able to Use Globalization as a Means to Disseminate his Message and Organize his Followers? Middle East
Fall 2009 Linking Infrastructure Development and Migration: The Inter-American Highway in Guatemala Latin America
Fall 2009 Defining the Meaning of Education and Citizenship: The Society of American Indians and its Complex Reaction to American Indian Policy United States
Fall 2009 Odd Man Out: Cyrus Vance and the Ogaden War United States
Fall 2009 Enforcing Immigration and Border Policies: the Role of Mexican Agriculture Union Organizers United States
Fall 2009 The China Inland Mission, 1865-1930: A historical Comparison of Cultural, Gender, and Interdenominational Practices East Asia
Fall 2009 Expanding Access or containing Costs: California's Experience with Health Reform During the 1970s and 1980s United States
Spring 2008
sort ascending
Spring 2008 Korean Immigration and Korean Christian Churches: A Deep Look into San Diego's First Korean Baptist Church United States
Spring 2008 Language and Policy: US Counternarcotics Assistance to Columbia Latin America
Spring 2008 The Overseer, Re-evaluator United States
Spring 2008 The People's Crusade: A Most Spectacular Failure Medieval High Honors
Spring 2008 The Father Figure in American Film United States
Spring 2008 Not Your Mother's Melodrama: Second-Generation Korean American Identity Formation and the Korean File and Television Industry United States
Spring 2008 The Great White Fleet: An Arm of American Imperialism and Hegemony Latin America
Spring 2008 Back the to Future. The Changing Role of the Juriprovisation in the Late Baroque Late Modern Europe
Spring 2008 Balancing Progressivism and Judicial Restraint: Felix Frankfurter and Criminal Justice United States High Honors
Spring 2008 The Female Character with AIDS United States
Spring 2008 Students Imagining Community at Seaside High School, 1960-1970 United States
Spring 2008 The Indigenous and Revolution: Jose Carlos Mariategui and Abimael Guzman Latin America
Spring 2008 Language, Building and History: An Examination of the Writings of Johann Gottfried von Herder in Relationship to the Aufklarung Britain
Spring 2008 Cowards and Traitors: The Legal Discourse Surrounding the 1917 Espionage Act United States High Honors
Spring 2008 Behaving like Animals: Democracy, Violence and the Anthropomorphic Philosophies of Jakob von Uexkull and Konrad Lorenz History of Science
Spring 2008 The North American Free Trade Agreement United States
Spring 2008 The Un-Answered Murders within Ciudad Jarez Latin America
Spring 2008 Mirrored Minds: Theories of Sympathy From Huwe to Scheler Late Modern Europe
Spring 2008 Deregulation, TV Broadcasting and the Cable Costra Nostra United States
Spring 2008 Footpads, Fights, Firearms, and Fiendish Foes in Berkeley, California: From Self-Reliance toward Dependency upon the Police in Resolving Conflicts United States High Honors
Spring 2008 Clone or Die: The Development and Commercialization of Recombinant DNA Technology at UCSF, Stanford and Genentech, 1969-1982 History of Science
Spring 2008 Voices from the Fields: Mexican Workers' Perspective of the Bracero Program from 1942-1955 United States
Spring 2008 Combating Hypocrisy within the Church of England Early Modern Europe
Spring 2008 The Catholic Mission in Japan East Asia
Spring 2008 Fred Korematsu vs. The Common Sense of Race United States
Spring 2008 History on Trial: The Sears Case and the Crisis of Feminist History United States High Honors
Spring 2008 Creating a space to operate as a woman within the male-dominated field of natural sciences in early 20th century America: the case of Annie Alexander History of Science
Spring 2008 Christianity and African Agency: Missionaries in Buganda under Mutesta I and Muwanga II Africa
Spring 2008 Crushing the Mutiny on the HMS Bounty Early Modern Europe
Spring 2008 A Toy Sized Jungle: Education, Entertainment, and the Development of the Oakland Zoo United States
Spring 2008 Homeopathy Decline, Osteopathy Adaptation and Might United States
Spring 2008 Resurrection Through Memory: The Overseas Chinese Association in Japanese- Occupied Singapore East Asia High Honors
Spring 2008 Humans and the Killer Whale: Tracing the Human Consciousness Towards the Animal throughout History History of Science
Spring 2008 Providence in South Africa Africa
Spring 2008 Forging a New Society through Terror Early Modern Europe
Spring 2008 Preservationist Efforts in Preserving Hetch-Hetchy Valley United States
Spring 2008 It's a Matter of Life and Death: In re Quinlan United States
Spring 2008 An American Parnassus: Artistry and Practicality in the WPA Federal Writers' Project United States High Honors
Spring 2008 New York Zoological Society: Animal Conservation in the Early Twentieth Century History of Science
Spring 2008 A Battle Over Sovereignty United States
Spring 2008 Hugh Tyrone and Religion in the Nine Years War Early Modern Europe
Spring 2008 The Birth of the Hawaiian Tourism: The Mona Hotel and the Development of the Beach Culture in Hawaii United States
Spring 2008 Locking Up Society to Keep it Free: Law, Order and Contemporary Conservatism United States
Spring 2008 Bodies, Burials, and Black Cultural Politics: African American Funerals in the Civil Rights Movement United States High Honors
Fall 2008
sort ascending
Fall 2008 Palestine Anywhere? The Reactions to the Uganda Proposal Late Modern Europe Honors
Fall 2008 A Threat to Freedom Everywhere: How the Response of Republican Newspapers and Correspondence to the Dred Scott Decision Reflected a New Republican Identity Deeply Concerned with the Relationship Between Race and Citizenship United States
Fall 2008 No Party, No Color: The Republican and Populist Press' Strategic Framing of Cooperation in the 1894 North Carolina Elections United States
Fall 2008 Politics and Fear: England, Religion, and the French Revolution Late Modern Europe Honors
Fall 2008 Representations of Sex and Women: An Analysis of the Los Angeles Free Press from 1964-1973 United States
Fall 2008 Arbeit macht Frei: Concentration Work Camps, Forced Labor and Third Reich Economic Policy, 1933-1944 Late Modern Europe Honors
Fall 2008 The Chicago Tribune and its Idealistic Vision in the Rise of Republicanism United States
Fall 2008 Our Closer Fatherland: Prussian National Honor in 1848 Berlin Late Modern Europe Honors
Fall 2008 The Mystery of Mysteries: Reactions to Leo Frank in the Black Press United States
Fall 2008 Prophecy and Fulfillment: The Connection Between the Myth of the 20th Century and the Foundations of the 19th Century, 1899-1930 Late Modern Europe Honors
Fall 2008 The Streetcar Chronicles: San Francisco Chronicle Coverage of Horse-powered Streetcars, 1873-1876 United States
Fall 2008 The British Encounter with Structural Marxism Late Modern Europe Honors
Fall 2008 The Wisdom of the Serpent and the Harmlessness of the Dove: Rhetorical Experimentation and Sexual Discourse in the Advocate of Moral Reform United States
Fall 2008 Finding the Right Voice: Popular Music in America from the Emergence of the Vocalists to the Beatles United States Honors
Fall 2008 Wielding the Tail of the Serpent: The Conservative Politics of Black Suffrage, 1865 United States
Fall 2008 Going Beyond Hits, Runs, and RBIs: Baseball in the Negro Leagues United States Honors

Pages