2015 Honors Theses

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Annissa Omran, Historical Discourse: A Study of Heylyn and Fuller’s Seventeenth-century Re-contextualization of the English Reformation

Advisor: Professor Karl Gunther

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Anahita Mohtasham-Gharagozloo, The Question of Spontaneity in the 1956 Hungarian Revolution

Advisor: Professor Dominique Reill

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Raul Loureiro, The Impact of Legal Theory and Litigation on the Civil Rights Movement

Advisor: Professor Don Spivey

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Rachel Chapnick, Within a Warship: The Account of an Evangelical Anglican within the Royal Navy

Advisor: Professor Scott Heerman

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