2001 - 2002 SAH Dissertations
Jolene Zigarovich, English
"Embodied Narratives: Death and the Figuring of Absence in the Victorian Novel"
Enoch Anderson, English
"The Morning After the Gold Rush: Prentice Mulford and the American Dream"
William Davis, English
"Pioneering the Pacific: Imagining Polynesia in U.S. Literature from 1820-1940"
Tim Melnarik, English
"'And for to Pleye as he was wont to do': Chaucer's Games in 'The Canterbury Tales'"
Jeannie Pool, Musicology
"The Life and Music of Zenobia Powell Perry, and American Composer"
Matt Reed, History
"Making the Case: The Evolution of the Case Study in Nineteenth-Century French Psychiatry"
Mary Savarese, Musicology
"Performance Practice in the Keyboard Sonatas of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach"
Darcy Buerkle, History
"Facing German Jewish Women's Suicide: Disciplinary Foundations and Visual Culture, 1815-1943"
Marty Bullis, Philosophy
"The Subjectivity of Time"
Daniel DeChaine, Cultural Studies
"The Rhetoric of Global Democracy: Humanitarian NGO's and the Crafting of Community"
Jeffrey Dupee, History
"Envisioned Companions: British Travel Writers in China--Writing Home to a British Public, 1890-1914"
Samuel Joeckel, English
"'The Fiction of Happiness': Eighteenth-Century Experience, Epistemology, and Aesthetics"