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 Eat Drink, but Don't be Mary: Lutheran Hyper-Masculinity and the Demise of the Virgin Mary Early Medieval Europe
Spring 2015 The Burden of Survival: Armenian Women Enduring Genocide Late Modern Europe
Spring 2015 Understanding the Internal Competition over American Foreign Policy on Ostpolitik and the Berlin Agreement of 1971 Berlin
Spring 2015 Loitering in the Crimea: The Anglo-French Split at the 1856 Paris Peace Congress Late Modern Europe
Spring 2015 The 1954 Guatemalan Coup and the Manipulation of America Media United States
Spring 2015 The Bark and the Bite: Bloodhounds and the Historical Narrative Following the Second Maroon War British
Spring 2015 Mendez v. Westminster: One family's Connection to the Mexican American Generation United States
Spring 2015 United States v. Snepp: Erosion of the First Amendment for Whistleblowers, Journalists and the Masses United States
Spring 2015 Nazis into Germans The Transformation of Germany in the Post-War Era Late Modern Europe
Spring 2015 Coming Into Their Own: Women in Politics During the Roosevelt Administration United States
Spring 2015 When Hate Trumped Faith: Confessional Conflict and Anti-Semitism in the 19th Century Germany as Seen Through a Close Reading of Die Grenzboten Late Modern Europe
Spring 2015 The Civil War and how it allowed for Advancement of Trauma Medicine United States
Spring 2015 Back in the WMR: Developing Political Cultural Memory through Satire, Symbolism, and Imagery in Political Cartoons of the early Wiemar Republic Late Modern Europe
Spring 2015 Reassessing Union Ambitions: The Colorado Coal War of 1913-14 United States
Spring 2015 Combating gan Issues: School-Based Reform Attemps in Los Angeles, 1960s-1900s United States
Spring 2015 Sexual Subjects: American Youth and Sex Education in the 1930s United States
Spring 2015 California Cowboy: Themes of the American West in the Rhetoric of Ronald Reagan United States
Spring 2015 Roosevelt, the "Forgotten Man," and the Brain Trust Farmer: Going Off Gold, 1933-1934 United States
Spring 2015 Tattoo Renaissance: The California Goldmine of Identity United States
Spring 2015 Jahiliyah from an Eighth-Century Muslim Perspective Age of Ignorance or Departure from the True Faith Ancient
Spring 2015 If You Build ut, They Will Come The Development of the Pacific Coast League and the Road to Major League Maseball on the West Coast United States
Spring 2015 The Hephthalite Influence on the Ancient World Ancient
Spring 2015 Paying The Price: Proposition 13 and Poor Californians United States
Spring 2015 The Christian Sophist: Tertullian's Interaction with Stoicism Regarding the Nature of the Soul Ancient
Spring 2015 "Israel, Israel, God is Calling:" Nineteenth-century Mormon perceptions of Italian and Irish identity and the construction of a Mormon Zion United States
Spring 2015 The Compleat Scientist: Paul Robert Needham's Contribution to Fisheries Science and Salmon Conservation, 1951-1956 Science
Spring 2015 THE PAIN OF THE BRACEROS Lessons Learned Toward a New Guest Worker Program United States
Spring 2015 Epistemic Exclusion/Extermination: The Case of Science in Latin America History Science
Spring 2015 A Perfect Balance of Appropriation: The History of Agricultural Development in Imperial County, 1901-1930 United States
Fall 2015
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Fall 2015 Tales from the Cinnamon Sea: Literary Appropriation and the Creation of Paradise in the works of Fan Chengda Comparative
Fall 2015 Indigenas in Post-Revolutionary Mexico: in the Context of U.S.-Mexican Diplomacy and Cardenismo Comparative
Fall 2015 Transhumanism: From Roots to Branches Comparative
Fall 2015 Barnum's Women Freaks: Reinforcing the Cult of Domesticity Comparative
Fall 2015 Los Desaparecidos: Understanding Forced Disappearances During El Salvador's Civil War Comparative
Fall 2015 Patriarchy in Flux and The Invisible Women of the Mexican Revolution Comparative
Fall 2015 Becoming Atlantic: A Spatial History from Seventeenth-Century Martha's Vineyard Comparative Highest Honors
Fall 2015 Government Contracts and the Initial Success of Venture Capital Investments in Silicon Valley United States
Fall 2015 Born in Berkeley: How Small Business Owners Fought to Save a City's Character United States
Fall 2015 The Radicalization of Berkeley, California United States
Fall 2015 Consequences of the Boldt Decision in the North Pacific United States: The Fate of Non-Treaty Native American Tribes United States
Fall 2015 Twelve Feet High Still Goin'; A Historical Biography of Bett Reid Soskin United States
Fall 2015 The Right to Fight: United States Conservative Opposition to Sex Education from 1960-1980 as a Rights Struggle United States
Fall 2015 Human Rights Violations or Casualties of War? United States
Spring 2014
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Spring 2014 Teenage Transactions: Formation of a Dating Marketplace for High School Girls, 1920s to 1930s United States Highest Honors
Spring 2014 Surgery Without Anesthesia': Populists, Technocrats and Neoliberal Triumphalism in Argentina Latin America
Spring 2014 The Economics of Identity: The Cult of Isis and the Roman West Ancient
Spring 2014 Diplomats and Doctors: Medical Collaboration Between the United States and Soviet Union During the Cold War United States
Spring 2014 They Can Sing, They Can Dance Chinatown Nightclubs and National Perceptions of Chinese Americans United States High Honors
Spring 2014 On Trota of Salerno and Hildegard of Bingen An Exploration of Women's Medicine in the Twelfth Century Medieval
Spring 2014 Gladiators in the Colonial Julia Genetiva: A Case Study of Gladiatorial Politics in a Roman Colony Ancient
Spring 2014 Casting a Short Line: Science and Development in the Mauritian Fisheries Africa
Spring 2014 Little Britain on the Russian Rail: Civilization, Conflict, and Empire Through the Window of the Train Car Late Modern Europe
Spring 2014 "Our Little Piece Here": Mexican American Politics in Post-War Oakland United States
Spring 2014 On "Quackery" and Other Deceits: Reinterpreting Medical Plurality in Nineteenth Century America United States
Spring 2014 The Virgin Land Campaign 1954-1964: The Turning Point of Soviet Agriculture Late Modern Europe
Spring 2014 A Pioneer in Health Care For "Families Who Follow The Crops": California and the Making of the Migrant Health Act, 1949-1962 United States highest Honors
Spring 2014 Consolidation of the College of Commerce: The Creation of Educated California Business Professionals United States
Spring 2014 Letters to the FBI: How ABSCAM Changed Arab American Identity Middle East
Spring 2014 End of the Line: The Richmond Project (1955-1976) United States
Spring 2014 "A View of Matrimony": Solicitations for Correspondence by the Union Civil War Soldier United States
Spring 2014 A Mother Only in War: Margaret Chung and Her Fifteen Hundred Sons United States
Spring 2014 "Une Dissidente des Dissidentes": Tatyana Mamanova, Late Soviet Feminism and the Struggle for Recognition in East and West Late Modern Europe High Honors
Spring 2014 Progressivism and the Birth of the Reclamation Movement 1900-1910: Senator Newlands of Nevada and the Reclamation Act of 1902 United States
Spring 2014 Winning Hearts and Minds: Anglo-Danish Illegal Press in Denmark During World War II Modern Europe
Spring 2014 The American Media, 'National Interest,' and the Evolving Narrative of the 1953 Iranian 'Coup' Middle East Honors
Spring 2014 Reframing Obesity: Why the Medical Community Changed Its Views on Obesity United States
Spring 2014 Order from Chaos: Ethnogenesis, Direct Democracy and Statecraft in California, 1948-1958 United States Honors
Spring 2014 The German Past and the American Present: American Journalism and the German Student Movement Late Modern Europe
Spring 2014 A Yankee From Persia: American Memory and the Shuster Mission Middle East
Spring 2014 Labor's Perspective: The Complete Political Nature of the Oakland General Strike of 1946 United States
Spring 2014 Baseball: The Expansion to the West Coast and Its Impact on San Francisco United States
Spring 2014 Ecclesiastical Beneficence to Mutual Aid: Church, State, and Republican Social Welfare in Liberal Spain Late Modern Europe High Honors
Spring 2014 Paradigm Shift or Precedent? UNRWA's Humanitarian Response to the 1967 and 2008 Israeli Invasions into the Gaza Strip Middle East Highest Honors
Spring 2014 The Challenge to Democracy: Leonard Marsh's Report on Social Security for Canada as its Author's Ultimate Appeal for Economic Equity in Canada Canada High Honors
Spring 2014 "America's First Color-Blind Social Legislation?" Japanese Americans' Access to the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944 United States High Honors
Spring 2014 Beauty and Disease Both in the Eye of the Beholder: The Emergence of Anorexia Nervosa Late Modern Europe High Honors
Spring 2014 Am I My Brother's Keeper? Consequences of US Military Intervention in Lebanon 1982 - 84 Middle East
Spring 2014 Thucydides' Inclusive Narrative in Search of __ ____ Ancient Highest Honors
Spring 2014 If You Build It Together, They Will Come: How Three Different Agencies Learned to Work Together to Supply Water for Phoenix, Arizona United States Honors
Spring 2014 Parliament, Pensions and Protests Late Modern Europe
Spring 2014 From "the Butcher of Lebanon" to Israel's "Warrior": Ariel Sharon's "Controversial" Representations From 1982-2014 Middle East
Spring 2014 Fuzhou Shipyard at Fujian Province: Early Divergence in Late Qing Modernization East Asia Honors
Spring 2014 Intersections of Illusion: American Determination United States
Fall 2014
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Fall 2014 United States v. Shepp: Erosion of the First Amendment for Whistleblowers, Journalists and the Masses United States
Fall 2014 The Ideology Behind Soviet Foreign Policy: How Jews Hijacked Planes and Policy in the 1970s Late Modern Europe
Fall 2014 Roosevelt, the "Forgotten Man," and the Brain Trust Farmer United States HH
Fall 2014 Persistent Dedication Defying Social Boundaries: The Daughters of Charity in Seventeenth Century France Early Modern Europe
Fall 2014 Mendez v. Westminster: One Family's Connection to the Mexican American Generation Latin America
Fall 2014 Stalinism: The Master Narrative of the USSR Late Modern Europe
Fall 2014 The 1954 Guatemalan Coup and the Manipulation of American Media Latin America
Fall 2014 Express Yourself: Statements of Identity and Status in the Book of Michael of Rhodes Medieval
Fall 2014 Kissingerpolitik: Understanding the Internal Competition over American Foreign Policy on Ostopolitik and the Berlin Agreement of 1971 United States
Fall 2014 Think "I" and You Work Alone: Mather and Company Constructive Character Posters and the Advertising of Self-Mastery United States HH
Fall 2014 Dissent Within the Nazi Ranks: Authorship of Operation Barbarossa Late Modern Europe
Fall 2014 A Reactive Engineer: Japanese History Textbooks and the Construction of National Identity (1900-1926) Honors
Fall 2014 "Those English Fellows": Tallying the British Reception of Walt Whitman Late Modern Europe HH
Fall 2014 The Ideology Behind Soviet Foreign Policy: How Jews Hijacked Planes and Policy in the 1970s Late Modern Europe
Fall 2014 Persistent Dedication Defying Social Boundaries: The Daughters of Charity in Seventeenth Century France Early Modern Europe
Fall 2014 Stalinism: The Master Narrative of the USSR Late Modern Europe
Fall 2014 Express Yourself: Statements of Identity and Status in the Book of Michael of Rhodes Medieval

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