The Class of 2021 Senior Thesis Writers


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Corey Cheung ’21

The Indigenous Poster Child of Lost Cause:
An Examination of the Historiography of Brigadier General Stand Watie
and the Legacy of Cherokee Confederate Involvement during the Civil War


Brendan Clark ’21

There is No Corruption in the World So Bad:
Archbishop William Laud, William Prynne, and
Secret Histories of Caroline England, 1633-1646

Kit Epstein ’21

The Twentieth Century Downfall of Professional Midwifery
in Britain and its Gendered Connotation


Timothy Hart ’21

Erwin Rommel:
Deconstructing the Desert Fox: The Synthesis and Implications of Wartime Myth


Elizabeth Sockwell ’21

Gladys Tantaquidgeon:
Through Newspapers and Her Published Works




The Class of 2020 Senior Thesis Writers

Gillian Reinhard ’20, “Orientalist Opera: Western Perceptions of the Other in the Early Twentieth Century”

Aidan Turek ’20, “The Architect of Myth and Misery: Albert Speer and the Long Shadow of the Third Reich”

William Tjeltveit ’20, “Riots and Rebellions: Memory of Newark’s Long Hot Summer of 1967”

Connor Struyk ’20, “Washington: The Politics and Perceptions Which Shaped the Pacific War”

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