Undergraduate honors theses completed in 2014
"Gender in Conflict: A History of Iraqi Women from Ba’athism to Occupation"
"Race and Power on Main Street: How race and economic forces in the 19th and 20th centuries shaped the Main South community in Worcester"
"Imperial Perceptions: The Heroic Construction of General Gordon and Britons’ Perceptions of Imperialism"
"Opposition to the Korean War in the United States, 1950-1953"
"Further Action Will be Justified: The Decision for Enacting the Quarantine During the Cuban Missile Crisis"
"I am Angry, I am Ill, and I’m as Ugly as Sin: The Politics of English Post-Punk, 1979-1984"
"Defending the Past: The Construction of Southern Identity through the Press Coverage of the Emmett Till Murder and Trial"
Samantha Jo Thompson
"Newspapers and Nullifications: Why South Carolina Stood Alone in the Nullification Crisis of 1828-1833"
"Inventing a Foundation Myth: Upper Canada in the War of 1812"
Undergraduate honors theses completed in 2013
"To Rush Out and Seek Allies: The U.S., Pakistan and the Soviet-Afghan War"
"The White Rose Home: A Lens into the Lives of Black Women in New York City"
"Chivalrous Contest: The Baseball Clubs and Culture of Worcester in the Late 1850s"
"Reconsidering the Chicago Commission on Race Relations, 1919-1922"
"You Must Learn: The Development of Kwame Nkrumah's Views on Education in Philadelphia and Harlem"
"Creative Resistance During the Holocaust"
"British Perceptions Across Colonies"
"In This Present Crisis, Individuals are the Problem: The Impact of Personalities on Foreign Policy During the Reagan Era"
"Lessons from Lausanne: Armenian-American Claims, Citizenship and Diplomatic Relations involving the United States and Turkey following World War II"