2015 History Honors Theses

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Name: Emily Karen Cathey
Thesis Adviser: Harry Watson
Title: “Working and Playing”: Mill-sponsored Baseball in the Early Twentieth Century in the Peidmont of North Carolina

Name: Abigail Cooksey
Thesis Adviser: James Leloudis
Title:
“In a Nice Way”: Moderation as a Tool of Racial Oppression During North Carolina School Desegregation from 1954-56

Name: Katie Crook
Thesis Adviser:
Benjamin Waterhouse
Title:
Duty to Defend: McNeill Smith and the Education of Southern White Liberalism

Name: Murphy Donohue
Thesis Adviser:
W. Fitzhugh Brundage
Title:
Clashes on King Street: The Role of State Officials in the 1964 St. Augustine Racial Crisis

Name: Meg Foster
Adviser: John Sweet
Title: A Sisyphean Task: Anti-Rape Activism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1970s-1990s

Name: Meghan Victoria Herwig
Thesis Adviser:
Benjamin Waterhouse
Title:
The Balancing Act: Nixon, Taiwan, and the Tactics of Détente

Name: Emily Kowalczyk
Adviser:
Wayne Lee
Title:
Captives, Conflict, and Conquest: The Changing Roles of Prisoners in Anglo-Indian Warfare, 1754-1765

Name: Kayla Leonard
Thesis Adviser:
Susan Pennybacker
Title:
The Wandering Collection: The India Museum and Perceptions of Empire

Name: Griffin Lerner
Thesis Adviser:
Lisa Lindsay
Title:
Neither Black nor White: Louisiana Creoles of Color, South African Coloureds, and the Struggle for Identity, Nationhood, and Belonging

Name: Jan Therese Michael
Thesis Adviser:
Klaus Larres
Title: 
Controlling Chaos: An Analysis of Zbigniew Brzezinski’s Political Theories and Foreign Policy, 1977-1981.

Name: Andrew Soboeiro
Thesis Adviser:
Susan Pennybacker
Title: 
Britons, Beasts, and Benighted Savages: British Superiority in Nineteenth Century Children’s Periodicals

Name: Peter Vogel
Thesis Adviser:
James Leloudis
Title:
Dividing the Donkey: Modern Racism and the Dissolution of North Carolina’s Democratic Party, 1963-1968

Name: Brenna Renee Yellin
Thesis Adviser:
Konrad Jarausch
Title:
Immigrants in their Own Homes: East German Women and the Effects of German Reunification

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