History Ph.D. Dissertations

History Ph.D. Dissertations

 

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Dissertations from 2014

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Whom We Shall Welcome: Immigration Reform During the Great Society, Dustin McLochlin

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The Chinese Question: California, British Columbia, and the Making of Transnational Immigration Policy, 1847-1885, Jay Perry

Dissertations from 2013

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Conscription Policy, Citizenship and Religious Conscientous Objectors in the United States and Canada During World War One, Donald Eberle

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De-Basing the San Francisco Bay Area: The Racial, Regional, and Environmental Politics of the 1991-1995 Brac Military Closures, Hugo Evans

Dissertations from 2012

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"Several Unhandsome Words": The Politics of Gossip in Early Virginia, Christine Eisel

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When Fear is Substituted for Reason: European and Western Government Policies Regarding National Security 1789-1919, Norma Flores

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"A Land without a People for a People without a Land": Civilizing Mission and American Support for Zionism, 1880s-1929, Robert MacDonald

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Embryonic Policies: Reproductive Technology and Federal Regulation, Erin Mignin

Dissertations from 2011

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“A Correct and Progressive Road”: U.S.-Turkish Relations, 1945-1964, Michael Carver

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Freeborn Men of Color: The Franck Brothers in Revolutionary North America, 1755-1820, Shirley Green

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Institutional Politics and the U.S. Government’s “Philippine Problem”, Steven Pedler

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Revelations from the Dead: Using Funeral Home Records to Help Reconstruct the History of Black Toledo, Camillia Rodgers

Dissertations from 2010

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The Vietnam War Dissent of Ernest Gruening and Wayne Morse, 1964-1968, Alvin Beggs

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Wars Without Risk: U.S. Humanitarian Interventions in the 1990s, R Laurent Cousineau

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Institutions of Integration: The Incorporation of Frontiers in Modern Democracies, 1864-1912, Soren Fanning

Dissertations from 2009

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Lawfare: Use of the Definition of Aggressive War by the Soviet and Russian Governments, Christi Bartman

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Creating Connections: Economic Development, Land Use, and the System of Cities in Northwest Ohio During the Nineteenth Century, Matthew Bloom

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Baptisms of Fire: How Training, Equipment, and Ideas about the Nation Shaped the British, French, and German Soldiers' Experiences of War in 1914, Chad Gaudet

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From Colonial Elitism to Moi’s Populism: The Policies and Politics of University Education in Kenya, 1949-2002, Michael Kithinji

Dissertations from 2008

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Not “Part of the Job”: Sexual Harassment Policy in the U.S., the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and Women’s Economic Citizenship, 1975–1991, Sheila Jones

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Rape and Infanticide in Maryland, 1634-1689: Gender and Class in the Courtroom Contestation of Patriarchy on the Edge of the English Atlantic, Amanda Miracle

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United States-Yugoslav Relations, 1961-80: The Twilight of Tito's Era and the Role of Ambassadorial Diplomacy in the Making of America's Yugoslav Policy, Josip Mocnik

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Richard Nixon and Europe: Confrontation and Cooperation, 1969-1974, Luke Nichter

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“British in Thought and Deed:” Henry Bouquet and the Making of Britain’s American Empire, Erik Towne

Dissertations from 2006

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The Policies and Politics of Massification of University Education in Nigeria, 1952-2000, Ogechi Anyanwu

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Amnesty International, Human Rights & U.S. Policy, Maria Baldwin

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Partners in Crime: Federal Crime Control Policy and the States, 1894 – 1938, Guy Benge

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Expertise at War: The National Committee on Education by Radio, The National Association of Broadcasters, The Federal Radio Commission and the Battle for American Radio, David Haus

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Narrow Cells and Lost Keys: The Impact of Jails and Prisons on Black Protest, 1940-1972, Seneca Vaught