2003 - 2004 SAH Dissertations
Arthur Levine, History
"'Mercenary, Mendacious Mythology'? Assessing the Insurance Industry's Explanation for the Product Liability 'Crisis' of the 1970s"
Stacey Anderson, English
"The Trouble with Togetherness: Narratives of the Postwar American Family"
Karen Conness, English
"Domesticating Women: Assertion and Aggression in the Victorian Novel"
Gregory Dodds, History
"'Curtains of Peace and Charity': The Humanist Theology of Desiderius Erasmus in England, c. 1550-1650"
Diana Fisher, Cultural Studies
"Immigrant Practices and Urban Poetics in West Hollywood"
Karen Linkletter, History
"Drucker Redux: Management as Intellectual and Philosophical Product"
Leslie Miller, Philosophy
"Ereignis: Heidegger's Path"
Charles Phillips, English "Somebody Showed It to Me and I Found It by Myself: The Saga of Lew Welch and His Not-So-Beat Education"
Jennifer Schneider, Cultural Studies
"Grotesque Bodies: Naming and Claiming Difference in Postwar America"
Kate Gale, English
"Women's Political Poetry in the North America Subversion and the Self"
Carlos Guerrero, Cultural Studies
"Silent No More: The Voice of a Farm Worker Press, 1964-1975"