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    • Boys, Girls, and Monsters: Regulation of Normative Gender in Supernatural 

      Genovese, Megan
      Supernatural, a cult phenomenon currently in its tenth season on the CW, is about Sam and Dean Winchester and their heroic journey across a Gothic horror landscape of things that go bump in the night; as Dean puts it, ...
    • Broken Promises: How the Professional World Fails to Fulfill Women’s Aspirations 

      Bloom, Madison (2018-05-21)
      Young women are now raised to believe that they can reach for anything they can dream up. In many ways, they are no longer held to the expectation of becoming a housewife or choosing a gendered career path. However, the ...
    • Feeding the American Title 

      Zhang, Ada
      This thesis looks at the social, cultural, economic, and political factors in 1950s America that made women embrace the home and the kitchen with arms wide open. Aside from only examining the historical landscape of this ...
    • Give Bread, Give Life 

      Allen, Claire
      Since its beginnings, the church has sought to provide food. Looking at different points of history and methods of provision, this thesis explores the ways that congregations serve food to their members and neighbors. A ...
    • Jewish American Women's Autobiography: Mary Antin to Golda Meir 

      Zuniga, Carina (2016-08-11)
      Throughout the twentieth century, the United States experienced vast changes such as large-scale immigration, world wars, and civil rights movements. The effects of these changes on minorities, women, and especially ...
    • Puerto Rico and the United States: how the political relationship led to a humanitarian crisis in the island 

      Méndez, Katie (2018-05-21)
      Former governor Alejandro García Padilla’s announcement that Puerto Rico could not pay its 72-billion-dollar debt prompted debates regarding the role the United States should play in Puerto Rico’s ability to restructure ...
    • A Retrospective Call for Action: Mad Men's Feminist Reawakening 

      Farhat, Aya (2016-08-09)
      When Mad Men first aired in the summer of 2007, it was more than just a television series with the uncanny ability to tap into the subconscious minds of its viewers, causing them to reminisce about a bygone era they may ...