Senior Thesis Gala


Panel 1: 2:00 - 2:30 pm
Luisa F. Castañeda-Cano, "The Rise of Chicana Feminist Thought and Consciousness in the Chicano Movement"

Tiara Campbell, "Gateway to the Promised Land: St. Louis and the Great Migration"

Jonathan Lewis, "Running for Their Lives: Runaways, Slavery, and Freedom in New York, 1741-1799"

Panel 2: 2:30 - 3:00 pm
Josh LaFianza, "In the Footnotes of History: John Jay’s Position in America’s Historical Memory"

Jordan Weinstock, "A War of Words: The Circulation and Interpretation of Taiping Depositions"

Joseph G. Vettiankal, "On the Shoulders of Giants: The Former Presidency of the Early American Republic, 1797-1829"

Panel 3: 3:00 - 3:30 pm
Margueretta Stolberg, "Benevolent Tyrants: Science, the State, and the Origins of Monsanto’s Winning Strategy"

Mary Ellis, "Health as Human Right, Health as Commodity: Building the Postwar Welfare State in Britain and America"

Tyler Tran, "The Promise of Washington University"

Panel 4: 3:30  - 4:00 pm
Angela He, "'Indian, Mulatto, or What?' Chinese Soldiers in the American Civil War, and Changing Perceptions of Race and Identity in the Nineteenth Century"

Madeline Linder, "Cathars and Computers: A Digital History of Manuscript 609"

Syrus Jin, "The Casualties of U.S. Grand Strategy: Korean Exclusion from the San Francisco Peace Treaty and the Pacific Pact"

Robert Stoffa, "The Triumph of Economics over Colonialist Ideology: Why Twentieth-Century Settler Colonialism Failed in British Central Africa"