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"Cultural Variations on an American Obsession: Why Is Thin In?"
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"Lee v. Weisman: America's Religious Tradittion At A Crossroads"
"Fitting In: Chinese, Filipino, and Korean Immigrants in American Life, 1965-1975"
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"Defining Art in America: Art from the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition"
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"The Underground 'Radiant Child' of the 1980's: Keith Haring and Graffiti as Art"
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"'Dumb and Not Beautiful': Malleable Myths Surrounding Women Gangsters of the 1930s and Their Translation into
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"The Evolution of the Role of the First Lady"
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“Sunny Days on Sesame Street: An American Experiment – Ongoing (and Online) 1969-1999"
Stephanie E. Niehaus
“Divided Loyalties: The Effect of Eamon de Valera’s American Mission on the Irish-American Community”
“New York City’s School Crisis: Talking Power”
Joseph Michael Pepek, III
“Penny Scales and (Scape)goats: Transforming the American Body During the 1920s”
“Belles of the Ball: The Social Dance of the Chattanooga Ball”
Melissa S. Tidwell
“The DeRolph Case: Challenging American Notions of Fair Play”
“Borough of Parishes: The Role of the National Parishes in Shaping Neighborhoods in Brooklyn, 1890-1950"
Christopher M. Bruckmann
“Constructing an Hero: Myths, Legends, and Lies in Selected Early Biographies of Ulysses S. Grant”
Stephen J. Buckingham
“Divided House: The Shaping Loyalties in Maryland During the Civil War”
Harmon L. Cooper
“Wilder for Governor ‘89: The Changing Face of American Politics”
Scott W. Coyle
“From Radio Priest to Radio Fascist: Father Charles E. Coughlin and the Hopes and Fears of Early American Radio”
Jennifer L. Dana
“How Music Reflects and Affects Culture: The Role of Bebop in 1940s America”
“Content and Discontent: Understanding the Titled Arc Controversy, A Decade Later”
“Survival Narratives: An Evolving American Genre”
“William Grant Still: Composing an American Heritage”
“Race, Gender and Identity: Asian American Literature in the Era of Globalization”
“Dine’ Bi’olt’a: Cultural Identity at the Rough Rock Community School”
Preetmohan S. Sabharwal
“Rag-heads, Hindoos, and Nonwhite Caucasians: Sikh Racialization and Exclusion, 1905-1923"
“Hate Speech: Censor or Censure – Marching Nazis, Cyber Hate and the Future of the First Amendment”
“Playing Indian: The Rise of Cultural Appropriation and Ethnic Consumerism in the United States”
“Visions of Progress, Dreams of Tradition”
Kathleen E. O'Donnell 2006 Anthony P. Danielak Charles Gerli Liam Hardy Kate House Melissa A. Jara Katherine M. Kaiser Sarah Therese Licandro Tessa L. Moran Jaclyn Susan Mosher Meghan M. O'Neil Elizabeth Nelson Sarah Ellen Smith Nicolas M. Timiraos James Viano Erin Zacuto 2008 Margaret D Breslin Jessica K. Farace Sheila Michael Hill Jessica Ruppert Benjamin James Shaw Gregory M. Zlotnick
“Capitalizing on the Counterculture: The Impact of the Music Industry on the San Francisco Sound at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival.”
“A Woman’s War: African American Women in the Civil Rights Movement.”
“Entering the Social Dialogue: John Sayles’s Exploration of Race and Power in Lone Star.”
“Women in Uniform: Representations of Military Nurses in the Post-Vietnam Era.”
“Stifled Voices: An Exploration of Middle School Reading Requirements.”
“Motel? Do Tell: Colonizing the Roadscape in the Twentieth Century.”
“Success Beyond the Arc: A Study of Post-Colony Life among South Dakota Hutterite Colony. Defectors.”
“Telling a Story: Retrieving Rheta Childe Dorr.”
“Taking Care of Their Own: The Black Church and the Social Gospel.”
Jenny E Schwarz
“American Chaos & Biblical Order: Use of the Hebrew Scriptures in Film Iconoclasm: Unforgiven, Blade Runner, and Magnolia.”
“Migrant Agricultural Workers and Health Care in the United States: The Struggles and Successes of Washington State’s Columbia Valley Community Health.”
“Judaism’s Prophetic Tradition and the American Dream: Rabbis Charles Mantinband and Perry Nussbaum Struggle for Civil Rights in Mississippi.”
“Thirty Dollars a Week for Knowing Nothing: The Letters of Louise Miller Boyer.”
"Reflecting American Values: Presidential Rhetoric in Times of Crisis."
Danielle M. Boehmcke
“Disney’s American Ideals within the Built Environment: A Study of the Landscapes and History of Disney’s Theme Parks.”
“The Debt We Owe Ourselves: Realizing Justice Through Slavery Reparations.”
“Glorifying the Nymphet: Censorship, Popular Culture, and the Cinematic Adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita.”
“Achieving Invisibility through Versatility: The Mainstreaming of American Graphic Novels.”
“‘To My Surprise They Evangelized Me Too’: Maryknoll and Its Class of 1956.”
“Recognizing a Health and Healthcare Underclass: Black Healthcare in the Nation’s Capital.”
“Stax Records: A Cultural and Musicological Study Re-Evaluating its Signficance.”
“Local Knowledge in the Elian Gonzalez Affair: Community and Conscience Through Editorial Cartoons.”
“Money and America: ‘Fixing’ Intersex Children for Fifty Years.”
“Washington’s Renaissance: Music, Performance, and Pride in the African-American Community of Washington D.C. During the Early Twentieth Century.”
“Resisting the Nuclear Repository, Reimaging the Nevada Landscape: A Study of the Yucca Mountain Proposal.”
“Behind a Documentary Filmmaker’s Commitment: The Failure of Robert Drew’s Direct Cinema Movement.”
“Empire and Oil: The Case for Media Reform after the Gulf War.”
“Ignoring Law, Finding Justice?: A Critique of Racially Based Jury Nullification.”
“Commodifying Hallowed Ground: The Preservation Attempts at the Manassas Battlefield.”
“Project Head Start: A Promise to American Families? A Study of the Effects of Social Action Programming on American Communities.”
"The Regulation of American Expression: An Examination of U.S. Copyright from the Age of Independence to the Digital Moment."
"Wild Rumors, Bamboozling Stories: Cannibalism and Consumption in Moby Dick"
Danielle De Cerbo
"The New York Times in the Proportional Representation Debate, 1936-1947."
"An American Classic: The Influence of Ancient Greece and Rome in The Federalist Papers."
"Full Frontal Liberality: MTV's Struggle to Balance Liberalism and Financial Success Between 1998 and 1992."
"A New American Anarchism: The Do-It-Yourself Cultural Reclamation of Politics."
"The New York City Saint Patrick's Day Parade: The Other 'Fighting Irish.'"
"Constructing and Traversing Boundaries With Shoes, 1960-1990."
"Homeland Security: An Analysis."
"White Supremacy and the Lost Cause: Faithful Slave Narratives in Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century America."
"Politicians Make Strange Bedfellows: A Tale of the New Romance Between Republicans and Jews."
"The State of Community in America: An Examination of Habits of the Heart."
"From Daughters to Wives to Mothers: The Experiences of Southern California's Mexican-American Women During the 1940's."
"Running Out of Hope: Bill Clinton's Impact on Al Gore's 2000 Presidential Bid."
Doran G. Arik
"Right of Reflex: Litigation in Modern America."
Emily A. Bishop
"Murder, Mayhem, and Myth: The Manson Family and the Tate-Labianca Murders in American Memory."
Kenneth M. Bowman
"Lessons Learned From President Harry Truman's Temporary Commission on Employee Loyalty, 1946-1947."
"Everyday Revolutions in Parenting: The Evolution and Effects of Gay Fatherhood."
Nicole M. Diamant
"The Artvertisement: Women and the American Visual Culture, from Edward Weston to Richard Avedon."
Timothy R. Hargadon
"Paint it Black: Race, Media, and the Black Athlete in America."
Samuel A. Haverstick III
"A Sip of Americana: An Account of Coca-Cola's Quintessential Role in American Culture."
William D. Johnston
"Homogeneity in American Radio: Localism, the Minority Voice and the Public Interest."
"Family History: A Genealogical Account of American Origins."
Sandra E. Kreis
"Not That Innocent: American Girls, Images, and the Evolution of Britney Spears in Post-Feminist America."
Jeremy R. Lundblad
"The Impact of Awareness: The Role of the Media in the Genesis of the Agent Orange Controversy."
Maria C. Moser
"Stars of David and Statues of Liberty: Representations of the Holocaust in American Young Adult Fiction."
K. Isabel Mueller
"Labors of Love: Texas Mutalistas in American Society."
"Reaganism, Re-released: The Channeling of Reaganist Rhetoric and Imagery Post 9/11 as Post-Detente Cold War Nostalgia."
“Hollywood Justice: Celebrity in America, Fatty Arbuckle, and the Cultural Implications of Scandal Narratives.”
“Blight on the Blue Ridge: Western North Carolina and the Myths of the Chestnut Blight.”
Avery B. Pardee
“The Construction of Narrative in Urban Education: Nonfiction and the Expectations of Service Learners.”
“African-American Responses to Uncle Remus: Challeging Social Memory.”
Edward C. Shelleby
“The Lutherans, the Scouts, and Homosexuality: Managing the Politics of Change.”
Cara C. Tarone
“The Progression of the American Dream Told Through Fancy Free Ideas on the Town and on West Side Story Streets of New York City.”
Kristin N. Thorne
“Baltimore’s Little Italy: Locating the Italian-American Experience.”
“The Anatomy of a Public Servant: John J. DiIulio, Jr. in the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives.”
Stephen F. Alleva
“A Lasting, Lifetime Loving Singing Group: The Georgetown Chimes as an Ideal Institution.”
“Buffeting the ‘Opposing Billows’ of Racial Prejudice: Reexamining Black American Participation at the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893.”
“Sticky Fingers: Andy Warhol, Denim, and Postmodernism.”
Christopher J. Cariello
“Mapleculturalism, NJ: One American Suburb’s Response to the Challenge of Diversity.”
Jason M. Crawford
“The McKinley High School in 1954-1955 and 2004-2005: A Hope for Washington, DC.”
Zachary B. Domont
“Changing Face of America: An Examination of the Construction and Portrayal of Cosmetic Surgery in America.”
Jennifer L. Farace
“The Most American Spot on Earth: Lorrin Thurston and the Hawaaiin Revolution of 1893.”
Timothy G. Heck
“Red Scare? America Reacts to Sputnik: The First Month.”
“The Spokane Free Speech Fight of 1909-1910: Defending the Rights of the American Laborer.”
“National Pastime and National Crises: Baseball’s Cultural Work from the Civil War Through September 11th.”
William W. Sehestedt
“Revisiting No Name City: Auteurs, Deconstruction, and the Town in Film Westerns.”
Maureen M. Sullivan
“American Labor and its Day: The Declining Spirit of a Holiday and a Movement.”
Christina M. Weyl
“The Professionalization of an American Woman Printmaker: The Early Career of Grace Albee, 1915-1933.”
"The Authentic Hip Hopper and the Construction of Racial Identity in : Marketing and Distributing Rap Music Across Race and Class"
"A Voice for Justice: Monsignor John J. Egan and the Archdiocese of
"Personifying the Unwanted: Notions of Citizenship Through Monstrosity from Dracula to Norman Bates"
"Mark Twain's 'Orient:' Changing Americans' Perspective Through New Representations of the
"Uncovering Catholic Morality and Personified Evil in 'The Exorcist,' from Novel to Film"
"Estrada Courts: Redefining Identity in Twentieth Century
"'Dear Madam...' The Correspondence Between Mercy Otis Warren and John Adams, 1773-1814"
"The Educational Achievement of Latinos in the : An Assessment with Particular Focus on Latinos in the New Settlement States"
"Preserving the Nation's Vanishing Treasures: The Evolving Methodology of Film Collection, Preservation and Exhibition at the Library of Congress"
"To Teach or Not to Teach: Intelligent Design, Evolution and the Freedom of American Education"
"Capitalism v. Democracy: Title IX in Collegiate Athletics"
"W*lMart: How the World's Largest Company is Limiting Media Content in its Stores and Thereby Limiting Freedoms at Large"
"Playing With the Boys: 'Rolling Stone' and Gender Politics of American Rock Journalism, 1967-1971"
"The 'Weekly Standard' and the Conservative Movement in "
"Finding American Music: The Role of Record Producers in Popularizing Local Performers During the 1920s and 1930s"
"Cautious Constructions: The Preservation of Historic Houses in
“More than a Fight: African American Representation in 20th Century American Prizefighting”
Matthew W. Appenfeller
“Recreated Civita: The Birth and Transformation of an Italian-American Transnational Neighborhood”
Frances Margarita Bajet
“Recovered from Invisibility: Filipina Immigrant Women in the , 1906-1946”
“Early Childhood Education Across Cultures: Reggio Emilia in the DC Public Schools”
Jennifer A. Foldvary
“Life as We See it: Home Front Perceptions of World War II From Pearl Harbor to Buna Beach Through the Lends of Life Magazine”
Christine Emily Gallagher
“Destinies Intertwined: ’s View of in Nineteenth Century Literature”
Gregory Brett Goldberg
“Red, White, and Jewish: World War II and the Incorporation of Jews into White .”
“From North to South, Catholic to Protestant and Puerto Rican to Guatemalan: The Institutional Religious Response to Latinos in
“Come and Get These Memories: Interpreting the Motown Narrative(s)”
“Performance as History: The Evolution of Site Interpretation at Colonial
Catherine Quinn Kaplun
“Exhibiting Controversy: The West as and the Cultural Responsibility of the Smithsonian Institution”
Caitlin Nora Kelly
“Dressing Up Democracy: Clothing’s Culture Role in 1920s ”
John Mather Lupton IV
“African American Civil War Service: The Unrealized Blueprint for the Freedmen’s Bureau and Reconstruction”
Erin E. Lynch
“Insular Community: The Role of the Lubavitch Jews in Liberal Democracy”
“Gangsters in Paradise: The American Mafia, Organized Crime and the Development of
Deirdre Mary McShea
“The Foundations of the Nation: The Dialogue Between Slavery and
Daniel Lawrence Mita
“Battleground for Revival: The
Lillien E. Nathan
“The Sopranos and Sex and the City: The Patriarchy of HBO”
Philip A. Perry
“Perpetuating Perspectives: American Journalism in the Middle East from Mark Twain to Daniel Pearl"
Kyle A. Poelker
“Rabbit, Run(ning): John Updike, The American Adam and a New Masculinity”
Lauren Marie Carley Randle
“’s Sweethearts: Women Candidates, Gender Politics and Campaign Advertising in 21st Century ”
“The Life of John A Wilson: The Evolution of an American Civil Rights Advocate”
“Winning over : Images of Women in World War I Propaganda Posters”
“Black and Blue and Gray:
Kathleen E. O'Donnell
Anthony P. Danielak
Melissa A. Jara
Katherine M. Kaiser
Sarah Therese Licandro
Tessa L. Moran
Jaclyn Susan Mosher
Meghan M. O'Neil
Sarah Ellen Smith
Nicolas M. Timiraos
Margaret D Breslin
Jessica K. Farace
Benjamin James Shaw
Gregory M. Zlotnick
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