2008 - 2009 SAH Dissertations
Fredia Avalos, Cultural Studies
"The Two Sided Coin: An Examination of On-Line and Off-Line Communication in Social Justice Movements"
Anita Jain, Cultural Studies
January Arnall, Cultural Studies
"Adventures into Camera-Land;" Women, Image-Making, and the Social Environment of Chicago Camera Clubs at the Turn-of-the-Century"
John Peterson, English
"Re-envisioning the City: A Narrative Analysis of Urban Nature Writing and the Los Angeles River"
Tessa Peterson, Cultural Studies
"Engaged Scholarship and Education: A Case Study ont he Pedagogy of Social Change"
Glenn Simshaw, English
"Laughing Till It Hurts: Tragic Relief in Shakespeare's Middle Comedies"
Michael Welch, English
"Mythic Pound: An Examination of the Central Place of Myth and Ritual in the Poetry of Ezra Pound"
Lynda Hall, English
"Grounding the Figure of the Heroine: The 'Other Women' in Jane Austen's Novels"
John Stone, English
"Gustav Hasford's Dark Joker: Making and Unmaking a Marine Minister of Death"
Darryl Henry, Philosophy
"Aristotle's Best Life: An Examination of Human Nature"
Stephanie McKinney, History
"Speaking of the Dead: Reconstruction Identity in Post-Genocide Rwanda"
Mark Paloutzian, English
"'The Mirthless Laugh': Feeling Pain in Samuel Beckett's Trilogy of Novels"