1995 - 1996 SAH Dissertations
Jennifer Berkeley, English
"Women at the Motor Wheel: Gender and Car Culture in the U.S.A., 1920-1930"
Wilfred Meeds, Musicology
"The Hymnody of Barney Elliot Warren"
LeeAnn Meyer, History
"Great Exception: Carey McWilliams' Path to Activism"
Daniel Peters, History
"Danny Orlis, The Yielded Woodsman: The Fundamentalist Self in Opposition to American Culture"
Patti Swartz, English
"Tongues Afire: Social, Political, Racial, Class, Sexual, and Gender Boundary Transgressions in Women's Writing"
Mark Alburger, Musicology
"Minimalism, Multiculturalism, and the Quest for Legitimacy"
Wayne Bethanis, Musicology
"The Comparative Application of Heinrich Koch's Observations on Sonata-Allegro Form Found in the 'Versuch Einer Anleitung Zur Composition' to Mozart Sonata K310, Haydn Sonata H.XVI:52 and Beethoven Sonata Op. 42 No. 2"
David Brock, Musicology
"A Foundation for Defining Southern Shape-Note Folk Hymnody From 1800 to 1859 as a Learned Compositional Style"
Steven Hayward, History
"The Decline and Revival of Laissez Faire in the American Mind: An Outline of the Odyssey of Progressivism in Law, Economics, and Political Philosophy"
Peter Payne, Philosophy
"Design in the Universe: the Design Argument from the Perspective of Natural Law"
Charles Salas, History
"Punic Wars in France and Britain"
Ted Stolze, Philosophy
"Toward a Free Multitude: An Essay on Spinoza's Politics"