Issues

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2017 – 2018

“Fun, Fearless, Feminist?: An Exploration of Cosmopolitan Magazine’s Ongoing Fight for Feminist Legitimacy Within the Changing Landscape of American Feminisms” by Amy Ruth Cummings

“Discourse, Public Space, and Politics Regarding the Issue of Korean ‘Comfort Women'” Implications for East Asia Relations” by Ann Kim

“Red Granite Film Financing Scandal: A Case Study in International Corruption” by Andres Paciuc

“Evictions in Jakarta Through the Lens of the Media” by Tassaya Charupatanapongse and Andrew Jarvis

“A New Neighborhood for an Old City: The Resettlement of the Athenian Agora in the Middle Byzantine Period” by Allison Grenda

“Motivation in Los Angeles Factories: Mamá y Papá – What Gets You Up in the Morning?” by Yesenia Aguilar Silvan

 

2016 – 2017

“The Womb, Medicine, and Negativity: Poetic Portrayals of Menstruation and Greensickness in Early Modern England” by Katherine Rother (eScholarship)

“LGBTQ Youth of Color in the School-to-Prison Pipeline: Freedom, Liberation, and Resistance” by Meryl Green (eScholarship)

“Re-engagement Through Restructuring: Expanding the Civic Learning Model” by Deanna Woodman (eScholarship)

“Virgins, Mothers, and Whores: Female Archetypes in Gabriel García Márquez’s Cien Años de Soledad (1967) and Isabel Allende’s La Casa de los Espíritus (1982)” by Vera Burrows (eScholarship)

 

2015 – 2016

“Criminal Erasure: Interactions Between Transgender Men and the American Criminal Justice System” by Elias Lawliet (eScholarship)

“Not in Class, Comes in Last: Examining Stringent Zero-Tolerance Discipline Policies and the School-to-Prison Pipeline” by Naomi Bogale (eScholarship)

“A Comparison of U.S. and Chinese Mathematics Textbooks and Teaching: Concept Definitions, Conceptual Information, and Classroom Instructions” by Zihao Zhao (eScholarship)

 

2014 – 2015

“Conflict and Compromise: The Nullification Crisis” by Adam El-Sahn (eScholarship)

“The Homme Fatale: Transgressing Normative Behavior and the Loss of Masculinity” by Christina Chin (eScholarship)

“Black Nature/Dark Matter Poetics: Camille Dungy’s Smith Blue and Tracy K. Smith’s Life on Mars” by Jewel Pereya (eScholarship)

“Interference of Second Language in the Acquisition of Tagalog Word Order in Children: A Case Study” by Seth Ronquillo (eScholarship)

 

2013 – 2014

“Are We the 99%?: Student Attitudes Toward the Occupy Movements” by Tiffany Neman (eScholarship)

“Plastic Bags: Short-Term Uses with Long-Term Consequences” by Natalie Dryer (eScholarship)

“Outreach Programs and College Choice: An Examination of Navigating the Decision-Making Process from the High School to College Pipeline” by Tonia Guida (eScholarship)

“Pills, Patients, and Profits: Psychiatric Drugs c. 1950 to Today” by Alice Wang (eScholarship)

Review: “On the Wrong Track: How Tracking is Associated with Dropping Out of High School. Werblow, J., Urick, A., and Duesbery, L.” by Karen Villegas (eScholarship)

 

2012 – 2013

“The Deconstruction of the Danish Nation” by Charlotte K. Rose (eScholarship)

“Email, Social Media, and More: How Constituents Communicate with Their Members of Congress in the Digital Age” by Tempest Edward (eScholarship)

“Facing the Music: Jazz and the Third Reich” by Ellen Taylor (eScholarship)

“Cervantes’ El Cerco de Numancia: An Argument Based on Blood Based Determination Hispanidad” by Diana Bani-Esraili (eScholarship)

 

2011 – 2012

“Bridging the North-South Divide Through Al-Jazeera” by Katrina Oh

“Challenges and Opportunities for a Clean Technology Revolution: A Venture Capital Perspective” by Varun Mehra

“Nationalism in the Soviet Union: The Development of Nations in Chechnya and Uzbekistan” by Dana Fenson

“The Fetishization of Panopticon: An Analysis of the Transformation of the Panopticon from Foucault to the Present” by Kailey Giordano

“God’s in His Heaven, All’s Right with the World: The Need for the Timely Establishment of an International Legal Regime in Outer Space and the Privatization of Space War” by Einar Engvig

 

2006 – 2007

“Globalization and Mail-Order Brides: A Postmodern Feminist Perspective” by Alisha J. Flecky

“Human Rights NGOs and the Globalization Debate: A Case Study” by E.M. Fouksman

“The Empire Restored: The Carolingian Revival of Roman Imperial Ideology” by William Kolkey

“The Catholic Ethic and the ‘Spirit” of the Fin du Temps” by Desmond Stevens

 

2005 – 2006

“Ethnic Identity in the Classroom: A Case Study of Bilingual Education in Two Indigenous Communities in Oaxaca, Mexico” by Alicia Rosario Parise

“Urban Renewal: Blake and Superman in the 20th Century” by Lindsay Urquhart

“Sectarianism and Fractionalization in Student Movements: A Game Theoretic Analysis on the decline of Student Activism” by Trevor Johnston

“Paul’s Concepts of Community and Social Justice as Seen in the Predestination Arguments of Romans 9-11” by Alberto Urquidez

“Madness After Mao: Bipolar Disorder Across Genders and Generations in Urban China” by Emily NG

“Semiotic Intersections Between Gender Violence and the Media: How Violence Against Women is Normalized and Perpetuated Through Syntax and Semantics” by Leslie Schwartz