2004 - 2005 SAH Dissertations
Molly Arboleda, History
"Educating Young Children Well: The Road not Taken, 1920-1943"
Joi Carr, English
"Encountering Texts: The Multicultural Theatre Project and 'Minority' Literature, an Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching and Learning"
Stephanie Fitzgerald, English
"Mapping the Textual Terrain: Land, Law and Gender in American Indian Women's Writing"
Jennifer Helgren, History
"Inventing American Girlhood: Gender and Citizenship in the Twentieth-Century Camp Fire Girls"
Rosann Simeroth, English
"Lady Philosophy and the Construction of Poetic Authority in Jean de Meun, dante, and Chaucer"
Donna-Mae Villanueva, English
"'Lost Boys': Challenges in Nourishing and Asserting Identity in Contemporary Filipino American Novels and Films"
Elizabeth Bobo, English
"Milton and Prophetic Authorship in Revolutionary Print Culture"
David Byrne, History
"Anne Conway: An Intellectual Portrait of a Seventeenth Century Viscountess"
Daniel Cady, History
"'Southern' California: White Southern Migrants in Greater Los Angeles, 1920-1930"
Darin Dockstader, Philosophy
"Singular Reference in 'Naming and Necessity'"
Brian Dolinar, Cultural Studies
"Where History Turned Another Page: The Black Popular Art of Langston Hughes, Ollie Harrington, and Chester Himes"
Kelly Douglass, English
"Leftovers: The Persistence of Cannibal Imagery in Twentieth Century American Literature"
Antonia Garcia-Orozco, Cultural Studies
"Cucurrucucu Palomas: The Estilo Bravio of Lucha Reyes and the creation of feminist consciousness via the Canción Ranchera"
Sara Patterson, History
"Divine Revelations/Delusions Revealed: Historical Understandings of Revelation in Debates Over Mormonism"
Audrey Thacker, English
"My Story, Your Story, Our Story--Whose Story? 'Storying' the Holocaust and Confronting Questions of Narrative Authenticity and Authority Through Art Spiegelman's 'Maus: A Survivor's Tale'"
Michelle Wester, English
"America and the Divided Country: Korean American Women Writers and the Korean War"
Melissa Croteau, English
"Re-forming Shakespeare: Transformatins of the Bard in Millenial Film and Popular Culture"
Wendel Eckford, History
"The Golden Era of Black Los Angeles: Central Avenue, 1900-1930"
Patricia Grizzle-Huling, Cultural Studies
"Unbecoming Black: The Case of the Garifuna"
Danielle Hinrichs, English
"'Writing a War Story': American Women's Writings on the Vietnam War"
Laura Pascarelli, English
"John Winthrop's 'Modell of Christian Charitie' and Configurations of the Puritan American Covenant"