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 2014
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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 Letters to the FBI: How ABSCAM Changed Arab American Identity Middle East
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 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
Fall 2014
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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
Spring 2013
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Spring 2013 The Agency of Fear: Ruby Ridge, Waco, and the Oklahoma City Bombing United States Honors
Spring 2013 Inquisitions and Intrusions: The Collection of the Manufacturers' Excise Tax During the American Civil War United States Honors
Spring 2013 La Casa de las Panteras: Eldridge Cleaver and Revolutionary Cuba, 1968-1969 United States
Spring 2013 Hope: Undocumented Immigrant Struggles for Higher Education, Legacy of Courage and the Fight for Comprehensive Immigration Reform United States
Spring 2013 Like the Ethiopians to Me?: Monroe Deutsch, the Prophet Amos, and the Travail of Zionism United States
Spring 2013 The McCone Commission and the 1965 Los Angeles Watts Riots United States
Spring 2013 Los Magnificos: Critical Anthropology and the Mexican State Latin America
Spring 2013 It Ain't Me Babe: The Impact of Bob Dylan in the 1960s United States Honors
Spring 2013 Opposition to the Internment: The Fair Play Committee and its Contributions to the Japanese American Cause United States
Spring 2013 Prisoners of Stalin: The Lives of Margarete Buber-Neumann and Yevgeniya Ginzburg Late Modern Europe
Spring 2013 Punishing Authority: Disciplinary Actions Against Officials of the Spanish Inquisition in Colonial Mexico as a Tool for Preservation of Power Latin America
Spring 2013 Los Angeles Prohibition: The Untold Western Chapter United States
Spring 2013 Politics, Racism, and Expression Uncovered: The Constructed Memory of Chavez Ravine and Questioning the "Americana" of Baseball in the City of Los Angeles United States
Spring 2013 "God Save the People": the State Governors in the American Revolution United States High Honors
Spring 2013 Santa Barbara Reimagined: Hidden Mexican and Indigenous Roots & Romanticization of Spanish Colonialism Latin America
Spring 2013 Mexican American WWII Soldiers: Formation of an Identity and Chicano Civil Rights Movement United States
Spring 2013 The Sermon on the Sub-Continent Gandhi and the Decline of the Protestant Missionary Movement: 1920-1940 United States High Honors
Spring 2013 "Shew them St. Domingo": White Fears, Radical Black Action, and Racial Tensions in the Northeastern United States during the Era of the Haitian Revolution United States
Spring 2013 Teaching Modernity: Technical Education, Modernization and Historical Continuity under Lazaro Cardenas and Manuel Avila Camacho Latin America Honors
Spring 2013 The Impact of Armenian Immigration and the Debate Over Armenian Language Preservation on Armenian-American Identity United States
Spring 2013 A Critique of Modern Human Rights Research through the Contributions of Ernst B. Haas Late Modern Europe Honors
Spring 2013 Conduct of the Enemy: The Politics of Rape in the American Revolution United States High Honors
Spring 2013 The Memory of Mexican Martyrdom: An Evolving View of the Cristero Rebellion From Corridos and Popular Media Latin America
Spring 2013 The Personal Is Political: Lesbian Resistance and Proto-Political Community Formation in the Early Cold War Era United States Honors
Spring 2013 Ambivalence is Under-Rated: Hanna Fenichel Pitkin's Suggestions for Political Action Late Modern Europe Honors
Spring 2013 Towards a Truly Social Science: Economics and the Mexican Revolution in the 1920s Latin America Honors
Spring 2013 Capitalizing on Insanity: The Alameda Park Asylum in Post-Gold Rush California United States High Honors
Spring 2013 Gunther Stent: Lucky Self-Hater Pioneer in Molecular Biology and the Philosophy of Science Late Modern Europe
Spring 2013 What Happened to the Maya? Representation and Appropriation in Cancun's Tourism Industry Latin America High Honors
Spring 2013 Nazi Racial Hygiene in the Golden State: The Reaction of California Eugenicists Affiliated with the Human Betterment Foundation to Nazi Racial Politics in the 1930s United States Honors
Spring 2013 Leo Lowenthal: Enlightenment of High Art & Standardization of Mass Culture Late Modern Europe
Spring 2013 With Friends Like These: A Mexican perspective on the Baja California Insurrection of 1911 Latin America
Spring 2013 The Broken Promises of Yesterday's Technology: Nuclear Propulsion in the United States, 1950-1970 United States
Spring 2013 Reinhard Bendix: From Nazi's to Weber, the Search for an Answer Late Modern Europe
Spring 2013 Confederate Rhetoric in the Healdsburg Squatter War United States
Spring 2013 Demosthenes and the Road to War Ancient
Spring 2013 A World to Win: The Ideology and Cultural Roots of Ghadar Poetry South Asia Honors
Spring 2013 Towards a Pluralist Concept of Freedom: Considerations of Franz Neumann's Later Writings Late Modern Europe
Spring 2013 U.C. Berkeley Near Eastern Department: Professor Walter J. Fischel's Removal as Chairman United States
Spring 2013 Four Days in April: From Lincoln's Blunder at Sumter to the Ill-Fated Proclamation United States
Spring 2013 Diplomacy, Democracy, and Conflict in 5th Century Greece Ancient
Spring 2013 Female Financiers? Investigating Gendered Investor Bias during the South Sea Bubble of 1720 South Asia
Spring 2013 Dominium Maris Baltici: Timber Merchant's and 18th Century British Policy Britain
Spring 2013 Game, Set, Match: The Slavocracy's Contribution to the Texas Troubles of 1860 United States
Spring 2013 Livia: Untangling Elite Motives of a Female's Representation in Art and Literature Ancient
Spring 2013 Ascent from an Impenetrable Identity The Zionist Resistance and Rescue of Hungarian Jewry During the Holocaust Late Modern Europe
Spring 2013 Economic and Material Impacts of English Plantation Policy in Early Modern Ireland Early Modern Europe
Spring 2013 John Muir's Environmental Policy in History: A Sublime Mistress but Intolerable Wife United States
Spring 2013 Plautine Comedy: What did Minor Characters reveal About the Audience? Ancient
Spring 2013 Bolsheviks, Militarists, and Disarmament: The Discourse of Revolution and its impact on British Policy towards German Disarmament between 1918 and 1920 Late Modern Europe
Spring 2013 Elizabeth, The Virgin Prince: Maintaining Female Sovereignty in Early Modern England Britain
Spring 2013 Massachusetts' Democratic-Republicans, Political Moderation, and Political Lessons to Be Learned United States
Spring 2013 Polybius' Biological theory of Anacyclosis in his Histories Book VI and its Implications Ancient
Spring 2013 British Sovereignty, Political Ideology, and the Marshall Plan Late Modern Europe
Spring 2013 Local Religious Practices in Colonial Mexico: Catholic Doctrine, Native Devotions. And their Consolidation into Popular Religion, 1521-1700 Latin America
Spring 2013 Paper Promises: Massachusetts Finance During King Philip's War, 1675-1679 United States High Honors
Spring 2013 Retributive Justice and Punishable Behaviors in Herodotus' History Ancient
Spring 2013 Fall From Supremacy: American Superiority and Influence and its Effects on British Policy Making During the Post-War Labour Party Government, 1945-1951 Late Modern Europe
Spring 2013 Private Lives in the Public Eye: The Rise of Public Opinion in Early Modern France Early Modern Europe
Spring 2013 Puritan Father and Children: Religion & Family Relations in 17th-Century New England United States
Spring 2013 The Grand Procession of Ptolemy II: On The Acculturation of Kingship Rituals from the Pharonic Age in a Hellenistic Context Ancient
Spring 2013 Institutions vs. Values: The Neutrality of the French Catholic Hierarchy, 1940-1944 Late Modern Europe
Spring 2013 The Great Plague of 1665: The Modernization of Government and Medical Responses, as Compared to the Black Death of 1347 Early Modern Europe
Spring 2013 The Anti-Revivalists: Resistance to Henry Alline's Great Awakening in Revolutionary Nova Scotia Britain High Honors
Spring 2013 The Liberation and Restriction of Female Sexuality in the Cults of Artemis, Aphrodite, Demeter, and Dionysus Ancient
Spring 2013 A Comparative Look at the Reconstruction Efforts in Tokyo and Yokohama Following the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923 East Asia
Spring 2013 Lloyd George's War: Alcohol Policy and British Society During the Great War Late Modern Europe
Spring 2013 Ambition and Elevation: Historical Writing in 12th Century Britain Medieval
Spring 2013 The Missing Link: Neo-Lamarckian Thought at the Race Betterment Conference of the Panama Pacific International Exposition United States
Spring 2013 Villas of Virtus: Wealth, Status, and Luxury in the Villa Rustica During the Early Roman Empire Ancient High Honors
Spring 2013 Paradox Lost: An Illumination and Reinterpretation of Problems Concerning Historical Conception of Vengeance, Law, and Society in Early Imperial China East Asia
Spring 2013 On Britain's Delayed Accession to the E.E.C. Late Modern Europe
Fall 2013
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Fall 2013 Flemings, Walloons, and Belgians: A Narrative of Discord, How the Belgian State Exists Late Modern Europe
Fall 2013 Britain's Rise of Public Opinion and the Democratization of Foreign Policy Britain
Fall 2013 The Evolution of Vision: The Science, Technology, and History of the Motion Picture History of Science
Fall 2013 The New England Puritans' Interaction with the Wilderness and the Natural World in General United States
Fall 2013 Fighting a White Man's War? United States
Fall 2013 Shaken, Not Stirred: How California Residents Legitimized Living with Earthquake Hazards, 1971 - 1994 United States
Fall 2013 Subtle Distinctions: Worthy and Respectable Poverty in Victorian England Britain
Fall 2013 Liturgical Surgeon and Rehabilitator: Martin Luther's Transformation of the Roman Mass Medieval
Fall 2013 White Manhood and Racialized Labor: Anti-Chinese Sentiment in California from 1848 to 1882 United States
Fall 2013 Spartakiad Today, Olympics Tomorrow: How the GDR Used Diplomats in Tracksuits and Mass Sport to Construct an Identity Late Modern Europe
Fall 2013 Native American Education and Assimilation: The Sherman Institute United States
Fall 2013 Canary Journalism: The Role of the Brazilian Press During the 1970 World Cup Latin America
Fall 2013 From Urban Blight to National Crisis: Framing Homelessness in American Print Media, 1973-1987 United States
Fall 2013 The Korean War: The First War the U.S. Lost United States
Fall 2013 The Inner Circle: The Mississippi Sons of Plato and Cottonseed Price-Fixing United States
Fall 2013 A Choice to Starve Later: A Case Study in the Central Black Earth Region Late Modern Europe
Fall 2013 Parental Authority: Unethical Content, Revisiting the Cultural Legacy of the Parent's Music Resource Center United States
Fall 2013 Occupied Paris Or: How the French Learned to Concede or Collaborate in Order to Succeed Late Modern Europe
Fall 2013 A Call to Arms: The Impact of American Entry into the First World War on the University of California Campus United States

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