Recent PhDs awarded

Last Name First Name Major Advisor Final thesis title PhD awarded
Cain Courtney Barrett/McDuffie

OU AYISYEN?  THE MAKING OF A HAITIAN DIASPORIC COMMUNITY IN CHICAGO, 1933-2010

August 2017
Sell Zachary Roediger/A. Burton SLAVERY BEYOND SLAVERY:  THE AMERICAN SOUTH, BRITISH IMPERIALISM, AND THE CIRCUITS OF CAPITAL, 1833-1873 August 2017
Smart Devin Brennan CONSUMING CAPITALISM:  FOOD, MIGRATION AND URBAN LIFE IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY KENYA May 2017
Spector-Marks Irina A. Burton

CIRCUITS OF IMPERIAL CITIZENSHIP:  INDIAN PRINT CULTURE AND POLITICS OF RACE, 1890-1914  

May 2017
Ward Alonzo Cha-Jua THE SPECTOR OF BLACK LABOR:  AFRICAN AMERICAN WORKERS IN ILLINOIS BEFORE THE GREAT MIGRATION, 1847-1910 May 2017
Andrick John Micale A MODERN MECCA OF PSYCHIC FORCES:  THE PSYCHICAL SCIENCE CONGRESS AND THE CULTURE OF PROGRESSIVE OCCULTISM IN FIN-DE-SIECLE CHICAGO, 1885-1900 December 2016
Jovanovic Milos Todorova BOURGEOIS BALKANS:  WORLD-BUILDING IN BELGRADE AND SOFIA 1830-1912 December 2016
Prakash Archana Cuno NEGOTIATING MODERNITY:  EDUCATION AND TRANSLATION IN NINETEENTH CENTURY EGYPT December 2016
Magdo Zsuzsanna Todorova THE SOCIALIST SACRED:  ATHEISM, RELIGION, AND MASS CULTURE IN ROMANIA, 1948-1989 August 2016
Pope-Obeda Emily Barrett WHEN IN DOUBT:  U.S. DEPORTATION AND THE LOCAL POLICING OF GLOBAL MIGRATION DURING THE 1920S August 2016
Reid Patryk Koenker MANAGING NATURE, CONSTRUCTING THE STATE:  THE MATERIAL FOUNDATION OF SOVIET EMPIRE IN TAJIKISTAN, 1917-1937 August 2016
Staudenmaier Michael Roediger/Burgos BETWEEN TWO FLAGS:  CULTURAL NATIONALISM AND RACIAL FORMATION IN PUERTO RICAN CHICAGO, 1946-1994 August 2016
Admiral Rosemary Cuno WOMEN AND ISLAMIC LAW IN MARINID MOROCCO May 2016
Bui Long Levine/Lynn "I FEEL IMPELLED TO WRITE:" MALE INTIMACY, EPISTOLARY PRIVACY, AND THE CULTURE OF LETTER WRITING DURING THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR May 2016
Dodson Heidi Lang "WE CLEARED THE LAND WITH OUR OWN HANDS:" SPACE AND PLACE IN AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY BUILDING AND FREEDOM STRUGGLES IN THE MISSOURI BOOTHEEL, 1890-1968 May 2016
Henderson Sandra Hoganson THE FACE OF EMPIRE: THE CULTURAL PRODUCTION OF U.S. IMPERIALISM IN THE PANAMA CANAL ZONE AND CALIFORNIA, 1904-1916 May 2016
Hughes Michael Hoxie INVENTING "CRIME" IN A LAWLESS LAND: LEGAL CONFLICT, RACIAL FORMATION, AND CONQUEST IN THE NORTH AMERICAN INTERIOR May 2016
Laut Julianne A. Burton INDIA AT THE UNITED NATIONS: A POSTCOLONIAL NATION-STATE ON THE GLOBAL STAGE, 1945-1955 May 2016
Lehman Michael Hoxie NUISANCE TO NEMESIS: NUCLEAR FALLOUT AND INTELLIGENCE AS SECRETS, PROBLEMS, AND LIMITATIONS ON THE ARMS RACE, 1940-1964 May 2016
Smith Rachel Rabin "A DISGRACE TO HER COLOURS:" THE MEDITERRANEAN POPULATION PROBLEM & TACTICS OF GOVERNMENTALITY IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY GIBRALTAR May 2016
Fairbanks Ruth Pleck A PREGNANCY TEST: WOMEN WORKERS AND THE HYBRID AMERICAN WELFARE STATE, 1940-1993 Dec 2015
Glont Anca Hitchins / Todorova "NIHIL SINE CARBO: POLITICS, LABOR, AND THE COAL INDUSTRY IN THE TOWNS OF THE JIU VALLEY, 1850-1999" Dec 2015
Jordan Jason Roediger BETWEEN NORTH AND SOUTH: THE POLITICS OF RACE IN JIM CROW MEMPHIS Dec 2015
Kurhajec Anna Roediger / Cha-Jua IMPOSSIBLE ALLIES: SNCC, BLACK FREEDOM, AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS LIBERAL ALLIANCE Dec 2015
McKinley Eric Fritzsche INTIMATE STRANGERS: INTERMARRIAGE AMONG PROTESTANTS, CATHOLICS, AND JEWS IN GERMANY, 1875-1935 Dec 2015
Eisen Andrew Hoganson IMPERIAL DIVIDES: RACE, NATION, SECURITY AND THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER, 1940-1955 Aug 2015
Hageman David Barrett DEINDUSTRIALIZATION AND THE URBAN LANDSCAPE: RACE, SPACE, AND MEMORY IN BACK OF THE YARDS, 1950-1980 Aug 2015
Burcica Pompilia Hitchins AMATEUR THEATER IN HISTORICAL TRANSYLVANIA BETWEEN THE TWO WORLD WARS May 2015
Georgescu Diana Todorova CEAUSESCUS'S CHILDREN: THE MAKING AND UNMAKING OF ROMANIA'S LAST SOCIALIST GENERATION (1965-2010) May 2015
Greenstein David Hoganson BETWEEN TWO WORLDS: AMERICANS AND SOVIETS AFTER THE BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION May 2015
Heinzel Sally Levine LIBERTY PROTECTED BY LAW: RACE, RIGHTS, AND THE CIVIL WAR IN ILLINOIS May 2015
Jacobs Annaliese A. Burton ARCTIC CIRCLES: THE FRANKLIN FAMILY, NETWORKS OF KNOWLEDGE, AND EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY ARCTIC EXPLORATION, 1818-1859 May 2015
Mays Kyle Hoxie INDIGENIOUS DETROIT: INDGENEITY, MODERNITY, AND RACIAL AND GENDER FORMATION IN A MODERN AMERICAN CITY, 1871-2000 May 2015
Rodriguez'G Karen A. Burton CULTIVATING IMPERIAL IDENTITY: THE GARDEN CITY AND URBAN LANDSCAPES IN LONDON, CALCUTTA AND NEW DELHI, C. 1860-1931 May 2015
Tate Lessie J. Allman THE POWER OF PAN AFRICANISM: TANZANIAN/AFRICAN AMERICAN LINKAGE, 1947-1997 May 2015
Winkelmann Marie Espiritu DANGEROUS INTERCOURSE: RACE, GENDER AND INTERRACIAL RELATIONS IN THE AMERICAN COLONIAL PHILIPPINES, 1898-1946 May 2015
Appleford Simon Brennan OFFENSIVE WEAPONS: HERBLOCK AND THE VISUAL RHETORIC OF POSTWAR LIBERALISM Dec 2014
Koroloff Rachel Randolph SEEDS OF EXCHANGE: COLLECTING FOR RUSSIA'S APOTHECARY AND BOTANICAL GARDENS IN THE SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH CENTURIES Dec 2014
Poole Benjamin Chaplin FRENCH TASTE: FOOD AND NATIONAL IDENTITY IN POSTCOLONIAL FRANCE Dec 2014
Poppel Zachary A. Burton FROM THE SOIL UP: SIERRA LEONE AND THE RURAL UNIVERSITY IN THE WAKE OF EMPIRE Dec 2014
Babovic Jovana Todorova ENTERTAINING THE YUGOSLAV CAPITAL: CULTURE, URBAN SPACE, AND POLITICS IN BELGRADE BETWEEN THE TWO WARS Aug 2014
Attig Derek Oberdeck HERE COMES THE BOOKMOBILE: PUBLIC CULTURE AND THE SHAPE OF BELONGING May 2014
Beer Michelle Hibbard PRACTICES AND PERFORMANCES OF QUEENSHIP: CATHERINE OF ARAGON AND MARGARET TUDOR, 1503-1533 May 2014
Carrington Tyler Fritzsche LOVE IN THE BIG CITY: INTIMACY, MARRIAGE, AND RISK IN TURN-OF-THE-CENTURY BERLIN May 2014
Clutario Genevieve Espiritu THE APPEARANCE OF FILIPINA NATIONALISM: BODY, NATION, EMPIRE May 2014
Drake Janine Barrett BETWEEN RELIGION AND POLITICS: THE WORKING CLASS RELIGIOUS LEFT, 1880-1920 May 2014
Ehrenberger Kristen Fritzsche / Micale THE POLITICS OF THE TABLE: NUTRITION AND THE TELESCOPIC BODY IN SAXON GERMANY, 1890-1935 May 2014
Jakel Elana Koenker "UKRAINE WITHOUT JEWS"? NATIONALITY AND BELONGING IN SOVIET UKRAINE, 1943-1948 May 2014
Seawell Stephanie Lang THE BLACK FREEDOM MOVEMENT AND COMMUNITY PLANNING IN URBAN PARKS IN CLEVELAND, OHIO, 1945-1977 May 2014
Tallie Tyrone Burton LIMITS OF SETTLEMENT: RACIALIZED MASCULINITY, SOVEREIGNTY, AND THE IMPERIAL PROJECT IN COLONIAL NATA, 1850-1897 May 2014
Jug Steven Koenker ALL STALIN’S MEN?  SOLDIERLY MASCULINITIES IN THE SOVIET WAR EFFORT, 1938-1945 Dec 2013
Baum Jacob Koslofsky SENSORY PERCEPTION, RELIGIOUS RITUAL, AND REFORMATION IN GERMANY, 1428-1564 Aug 2013
Hayton Jeffrey Fritzsche CULTURE FROM THE SLUMS: PUNK ROCK, AUTHENTICITY, AND ALTERNATIVE CULTURE IN EAST AND WEST GERMANY Aug 2013
Jones-Nelson Alice Allman ABUSUA, AGE, AND NATIONAL BUILDING IN POST-COLONIAL GHANA, 1949-2000 Aug 2013
Costache Stefania Todorova AT THE END OF EMPIRE: IMPERIAL GOVERNANCE, INTER-IMPERIAL RIVALRY AND "AUTONOMY" IN WALLACHIA AND MOLDAVIA (1780s-1850s) May 2013
Green Sharony Roediger DROPPED FROM THE CLOUDS: CINCINNATI, MANUMISSION AND NETWORKS AMONG THE FANCY AND NEWLY FREED, 1831-1901 May 2013
Murray Jesse Steinberg COMMUNITY, BELONGING, AND IDENTITY: CONVERSION IN THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE, 1810-1917 May 2013
Park Doyoung Toby THREE CONVERTS AND THE RISE OF PROFESSIONAL NEOCONFUCIANISTS IN EARLY MODERN JAPAN May 2013
Kveberg Gregory Koenker MOSCOW BY NIGHT: MUSICAL SUBCULTURES, IDENTITY FORMATION, AND CULTURAL EVOLUTION IN RUSSIA, 1977-2008 Dec 2012
Onaci Edward Cha-Jua SELF-DETERMINATION MEANS DETERMINING SELF: LIFESTYLE POLITICS AND THE REPUBLIC OF NEW AFRIKA, 1968-1989 Dec 2012
Bates David Barrett BETWEEN TWO FIRES: RACE AND THE CHICAGO FEDERATION OF LABOR, 1904-1922 Aug 2012
Gaffney Nicholas V. Burton MOBILIZING JAZZ COMMUNITIES: THE DYNAMIC USE OF JAZZ AS A POLITICAL RESOURCE IN THE BLACK LIBERATION STRUGGLE, 1925-1965 Aug 2012
Galmarini Maria Koenker THE "RIGHT TO BE HELPED": WELFARE POLICIES AND NOTIONS OF RIGHTS AT THE MARGINS OF SOVIET SOCIETY (1917-1950) Aug 2012
Howard Ashley Cha Jua PRAIRIE FIRES: URBAN REBELLIONS AS BLACK WORKING CLASS POLITICS IN THREE MIDWESTERN CITIES Aug 2012
Jones Ryan Jacobsen "ESTAMOS EN TODAS PARTES": MALE HOMOSEXUALITY, NATION, AND MODERNITY IN TWENTIETH CENTURY MEXICO Aug 2012
Pimblott Kerry Leff SOUL POWER: THE BLACK CHURCH AND THE BLACK POWER MOVEMENT IN CAIRO, ILLINOIS, 1964-1974 Aug 2012
Praylow Perzavia Anderson / Roediger RE/MAKING MEN AND WOMEN FOR THE RACE: COEDUCATION, RESPECTABILITY AND BLACK STUDENT LEADERSHIP AT FISK UNIVERSITY, 1924-1970 Aug 2012
Buric Fedja Todorova BECOMING MIXED: MIXED MARRIAGES OF BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA DURING THE LIFE AND DEATH OF YUGOSLAVIA May 2012
Eisemann Amanda Koslofsky THE HUMAN HORSE: EQUINE HUSBANDRY, ANTHROPOMORPHIC HIERARCHIES, AND DAILY LIFE IN LOWER SAXONY, 1550-1735 May 2012
Harris Lane Fu THE POST OFFICE & STATE FORMATION IN MODERN CHINA, 1896-1949 May 2012
Nicholson Bryan Barrett APPRENTICES TO POWER: THE CULTIVATION OF AMERICAN YOUTH NATIONALISM, 1935-1970 May 2012
Thompson Carmen Roediger "20. AND ODD NEGROS": VIRGINIA AND THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM OF SLAVERY 1619-1660 May 2012
Kozlowski Jason Barrett WILL GLOBALIZATION PLAY IN PEORIA? CLASS, RACE, NATION IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY, 1948-2000 Dec 2011
Blunt Nile Hibbard THE CHAPEL AND THE CHAMBER: CEREMONIAL DINING AND RELIGION RITUAL AT THE COURT OF KING CHARLES I Aug 2011
Bruno Andy Steinberg MAKING NATURE MODERN: ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION AND THE ENVIRONMENT IN THE SOVIET NORTH Aug 2011
Hartman Ian Barrett FROM DANIEL BOONE TO THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES: TALES OF A "FALLEN" RACE, 1873-1968 Aug 2011
Holmes Kwame V. Burton CHOCOLATE TO RAINBOW CITY: THE DIALECTS OF BLACK AND GAY COMMUNITY FORMATION IN POSTWAR WASHINGTON, D.C., 1946-1978 Aug 2011
Kamm Jessica Liebersohn GERMAN FILM, WORLD TRAVEL: BERLIN, HOLLYWOOD, BOMBAY Aug 2011
Shimizu Akira Toby EATING EDO, SENSING JAPAN: FOOD BRANDING AND MARKET CULTURE IN LATE TOKUGAWA JAPAN, 1780-1868 Aug 2011
Skidmore Emily Roediger/A. Burton EXCEPTIONAL QUEERNESS: DEFINING THE BOUNDARIES OF NARRATIVE U.S. CITIZENSHIP, 1876-1936 Aug 2011
Smith Troy V. Burton / Hoxie SLAVERY, RACE, AND NATION IN INDIAN TERRITORY, 1830-1866 Aug 2011
Tegegne Habtamu Crummey LAND TENURE AND AGRARIAN SOCIAL STRUCTURE IN ETHIOPIA, 1636-1900 Aug 2011
Ahlman Jeffrey Allman LIVING WITH NKRUMAHISM: NATION, STATE, PAN-AFRICANISM IN GHANA May 2011
Chang Jing Jing Fu TOWARDS A LOCAL COMMUNITY: COLONIAL POLITICS AND POSTWAR HONG KONG CINEMA May 2011
Frohardt-Lane Sarah Roediger RACE, PUBLIC TRANSIT, AND AUTOMOBILITY IN WORLD WAR II DETROIT May 2011
Mills Brandon Fritzsche / Roediger EXPORTING THE RACIAL REPUBLIC: AFRICAN COLONIZATION, NATIONAL CITIZENSHIP, AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF US EXPANSION, 1776-1864 May 2011
Mitchell Rebecca Steinberg NIETZSCHE'S ORPHANS: MUSIC AND THE SEARCH FOR UNITY IN REVOLUTIONARY RUSSIA, 1905-1921 May 2011
Dills Randall Randolph THE RIVER NEVA AND THE IMPERIAL FACADE: CULTURE AND ENVIROMENT IN NINETEENTH CENTURY ST. PETERSBURG RUSSIA Dec 2010
Gambino Matthew Micale MENTAL HEALTH AND IDEALS OF CITIZENSHIP: PATIENT CARE AT ST. ELIZABETH'S HOSPITAL IN WASHINGTON, D.C., 1903-1962 Dec 2010
Kinsey Danielle A. Burton IMPERIAL SPLENDOR: DIAMONDS, COMMODITY CHAINS, AND CONSUMER CULTURE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN Dec 2010
Kohler-Hausmann Julilly Leff FORGING A PUNISHING STATE: THE PUNITIVE TURN IN US CRIMINAL AND SOCIAL POLICY, 1968-1980 Dec 2010
May Michele Micale THE REPUBLIC AND ITS CHILDREN: FRENCH CHILDREN'S LITERATURE, 1855-1900 Dec 2010
Rohde Melissa Barrett LIVING AND WORKING IN THE ENCHANTED LANDS: AMERICAN INDIAN TOURISM LABOR, DEVELOPMENT, AND ACTIVISM, 1900-1970 Dec 2010
Tillman Ellen Jacobsen IMPERIALISM REVISED: MILITARY, SOCIETY, AND U.S. OCCUPATION IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, 1880-1924 Dec 2010
Demshuk Andrew Fritzsche THE LOST EAST: SILESIAN EXPELLEES IN WEST GERMANY AND THE FANTASY OF RETURN, 1945-1970 Aug 2010
Hansen Jason Fritzsche WHERE LIES GERMANY: SCIENCE AND THE VISUALIZATION OF THE GERMAN NATION, 1848-1914 Aug 2010
Corrado Sharyl Steinberg THE "END OF THE EARTH": SAKHALIN ISLAND IN THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL IMAGINATION, 1849-1906 May 2010
Guiliano Jennifer Burgos / Roediger AN AMERICAN SPECTACLE: COLLEGIATE MASCOTS AND THE PERFORMANCE OF TRADITION May 2010
Mackaman Tom Barrett THE FOREIGN ELEMENT: NEW IMMIGRANTS AND AMERICAN INDUSTRY, 1914-1924 May 2010
Phoenix Karen Hoganson 'NOT BY MIGHT, NOT BY POWER, BUT BY SPIRIT': THE GLOBAL REFORM EFFORTS OF THE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES, 1895-1939 May 2010
Wood Mihaela Hitchins SUPERPOWER: ROMANIAN WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS DURING THE COLD WAR May 2010
Clarke Nathan Jacobsen TRACES ON THE PERUVIAN SHORE: THE ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY OF FISHMEAL BOOM IN CHIMBOTE, PERU, 1940-1980 Dec 2009
Droubie Paul Toby PLAYING THE NATION: 1964 TOKYO SUMMER OLYMPICS AND JAPANESE IDENTITY Dec 2009
Hill Karlos Cha-Jua RESISTING LYNCHING: BLACK GRASSROOTS RESPONSES TO LYNCHING IN THE MISSISSIPPI AND ARKANSAS DELTAS, 1882-1938 Dec 2009
Tartakovsky Dmitry Steinberg PARALLEL RUPTURES: JEWS OF BESSABIA AND TRANSNISTRIA BETWEEN ROMANIAN NATIONALISM AND SOVIET COMMUNISM, 1918-1940 Dec 2009
Brian Amanda Fritzsche KINDERLAND IN THE FATHERLAND: GROWING CHILDREN IN IMPERIAL BERLIN Oct 2009
Fraser Erica Koenker MASCULINITIES IN THE MOTHERLAND:GENDER AND POLITICAL CULTURE IN THE SOVIET UNION DURING THE EARLY COLD WAR, 1945-1964 Oct 2009
Hoffman Brian Reagan MAKING PRIVATE PARTS PUBLIC: AMERICAN NUDISM AND THE POLITICS OF NAKEDNESS, 1929-1963 Oct 2009
Morris William Fritzsche GEGENWARTSBEWÄLTIGUNG: DRUG USERS AND THE MAKING OF POSTWAR WEST GERMANY, 1968-1983 Oct 2009
Yates Brian Crummey INVISIBLE ACTORS: THE OROMO AND THE CREATION OF MODERN ETHIOPIA, 1855-1913 Oct 2009
Hobson Maurice Anderson SPEAKING TO THE SPIRIT OF THE GAMES: A GEO-POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL HISTORY OF BLACK ATLANTA, GA, 1966-1996 May 2009
Iddrisu Abdulai Allman CONTESTING ISLAM: "HOMEGROWN WAHHABISM," EDUCATION AND MUSLIM IDENTITY IN NORTHERN GHANA, 1920-2005 May 2009
Kyong-McClain Jeffrey Fu EXCAVATING THE NATION: ARCHAEOLOGY AND CONTROL OF THE PAST AND PRESENT IN REPUBLICAN SICHUAN May 2009
Cooley Will Barrett MOVING UP, MOVING OUT:  RACE AND SOCIAL MOBILITY IN CHICAGO, 1914-1972 Oct 2008
Israel George Chow ON THE MARGINS OF THE GRAND UNITY:  EMPIRE, VIOLENCE, AND ETHNICITY IN THE VIRTUE ETHICS AND POLITICAL PRACTICE OF WANG YANGMING (1472-1529) Oct 2008
Rosenow Michael Barrett INJURIES TO ALL:  THE RITUALS OF DYING AND THE POLITICS OF DEATH AMONG UNITED STATES WORKERS, 1877-1910 Oct 2008
Schimmel Thilo Fritzsche "SHOP FLOOR POLITICS UNDER SOCIALISM: WORKER IDENTITY, RATIONALIZATION, AND COMPANY CULTURE IN (EAST) GERMANY, 1920-1996"   Oct 2008
Williams-Black Joy Crummey THE EXPANSION OF HIGHER EDUCATION FOR KENYANS, WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON WOMEN, FROM 1959-1969   Jun 2008
Edwards Jennifer McLaughlin THE SWEETNESS OF SUFFERING:  COMMUNITY, CONFLICT, AND THE CULT OF SAINT RADEGUND IN MEDIEVAL POITIERS  May 2008
Hughes Deborah Burton CONTESTING WHITENESS:  RACE, NATIONALISM AND BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITIONS BETWEEN THE WARS May 2008
Ingrassia Brian Oberdeck A DEPARTMENT OF THE MODERN UNIVERSITY:  DISCIPLINE, MANLINESS, AND FOOTBALL IN AMERICAN INTELLECTUAL CULTURE, 1869-1929 May 2008
Neumann Scott Leff "EISENHOWER AND THE INTERNAL FOCUS: THE PERSISTENCE OF TRADITIONAL THOUGHT IN AMERICAN NATIONAL SECURITY FORMULATION" May 2008
Sanchez Robert Jacobsen "BLACK MOSAIC:  THE ASSIMILATION AND MARGINALIZATION OF AFRO-PERUVIANS IN POST-ABOLITION, 1854-1930"  Apr 2008
Ford Eileen Radding "CHILDREN OF THE MEXICAN MIRACLE:  CHILDHOOD AND MODERNITY IN MEXICO CITY, 1940-1968"  Nov 2007
McDermott Stacy V. Burton "GENTLEMEN OF THE JURY":  THE STATUS OF THE JURORS AND THE REPUTATION OF THE JURY IN THE MIDWEST, 1839-1860 Oct 2007
Scarboro Christofer Hitchins LIVING SOCIALISM:  THE BULGARIAN SOCIALIST HUMANIST EXPERIMENT Oct 2007
Anderson Nicole Stewart NEW NATIONS, ANXIOUS CITIZENS:  SOCIAL CHANGE AND FILMMAKING IN THE WEST AFRICA SAHEL, 1950-1980 May 2007
Jennings Matthew Hoxie "THIS COUNTRY IS WORTH THE TROUBLE OF GOING TO WAR TO KEEP IT":  CULTURES OF VIOLENCE IN THE AMERICAN SOUTHEAST TO 1740 May 2007
Schreiber Rebecca Hoxie EDUCATION FOR EMPIRE:  MANUAL LABOR, CIVILIZATION, AND THE FAMILY IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICAN MISSIONARY EDUCATION May 2007
D'Erizans Alexander Fritzsche THE STRANGENESS OF HOME:  GERMAN LOSS AND SEARCH FOR IDENTITY IN HANOVER, 1943-48 Oct 2006
Dominguez Nicanor Jacobsen REBELS OF LAICACOTA:  SPANIARDS, INDIANS, AND ANDEAN MESTIZOS IN SOUTHERN PERU DURING THE MID-COLONIAL CRISIS OF 1650-1680 Oct 2006
Kassu Wudu Crummey THE ETHIOPIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH, THE ETHIOPIAN STATE AND THE ALEXANDRIAN SEE:  INDIGENIZING THE EPISCOPACY AND FORGING NATIONAL IDENTITY, 1926-1991 Oct 2006
Tebbe Jason Fritzsche DOMESTICATING TIME:  FAMILY AND MEMORY IN THE GERMAN MIDDLE-CLASS, 1840-1939 Oct 2006
Du Yongtao Chow LOCALITY, IDENTITY, AND GEOGRAPHY: TRANSLOCAL PRACTICES OF HUIZHOU MERCHANTS IN LATE IMPERIAL CHINA May 2006
Norman Matthew Johannson REVOLUTIONS IN THE REPUBLICAN IMAGINATION: AERMICAN PERCEPTIONS OF THE 1848-49 REVOLUTIONS IN EUROPE May 2006
Stroud Gregory M. Steinberg RETROSPECTIVE REVOLUTION: A HISTORY OF TIME AND MEMORY IN URBAN RUSSIA, 1903-1923 May 2006
Wynn Kerry Hoxie THE EMBODIMENT OF CITIZENSHIP: SOVEREIGNTY AND COLONIALISM IN THE CHEROKEE NATION, 1880-1920 May 2006
Dragostinova Theodora Todorova BETWEEN TWO MOTHERLANDS:  STRUGGLES FOR NATIONHOOD AMONG THE GREEKS IN BULGARIA, 1906-1949 Dec 2005
Sherfy Michael J. Hoxie NARRATING BLACK HAWK: INDIAN WARS, MEMORY, AND MIDWESTERN IDENTITY Dec 2005
Amutabi Maurice Crummey BEYOND RELIEF AND REHABILITATION: THE ROLE OF NGOs IN KENYA'S DEVELOPMENT, 1924-2000 Oct 2005
Bullard Katharine A. Burton THE BENEVOLENCE OF EMPIRE: DISCIPLES OF RACE NATION AND CHILD WELFARE IN AMERICA Oct 2005
DuRocher Kristina V. Burton / L. Pleck LESSONS IN BLACK AND WHITE: THE RACIAL AND GENDER SOCIALIZATION OF WHITE CHILDREN IN THE JIM CROW SOUTH, 1887-1939 Oct 2005
Hall Bruce S. Stewart MAPPING THE RIVER IN BLACK AND WHITE: TRAJECTORIES OF RACE IN THE NIGER BEND, NORTHERN MALI Oct 2005
Varga-Harris Christine Koenker CONSTRUCTING THE SOVIET HEARTH: HOME, CITIZENSHIP AND SOCIALISM IN RUSSIA, 1956-1964 Oct 2005
Ayabe Masatomo V. Burton THE KU KLUX KLAN MOVEMENT IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, 1923-1926 May 2005
Ganaway Irina Hitchins WRITERS OF THE NATION: INTELLECTUAL IDENTITY IN BULGARIA, 1939-1953 May 2005
Hughes Michael Joseph Lynn "VIVE LA REPUBLIQUE! VIVE L 'EMPEREUR!":  MILITARY CULTURE AND MOTIVATION IN THE ARMIES OF NAPOLEON, 1803-1808 May 2005
McCullough Roy Lynn COERCION, CONVERSION AND COUNTERINSURGENCY IN LOUIS XIV'S FRANCE May 2005
McDonnell Lawrence V. Burton POLITICS, CHESS, HATS: THE MICROHISTORY OF DISUNION IN CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA