2020 Thesis Titles

  • “Feminine Products: A Theatrical Exploration on Feminism, Post-Feminism, and the Ultimate Quest Towards True Womanhood”
    Tessa Albertson, Department of English
  • “Doing Right by Our Children: Understanding and Redressing President Trump’s ‘Zero Tolerance Policy’”
    Tabitha Belshee, Department of Politics
  • “Perils for Low-Income Boys: A Look into How School Cut-off Dates Unfairly Hurt Low-income Boys”
    Juston Forte, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
  • “The Origins of a Nation: Constructing a ‘Korean Nation’ from the Three Kingdoms of Korea”
    Grace Koh, Department of History
  • “A Case Study of Culture Institutions in Albuquerque, NM”
    Kate Leung, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
  • “The Politics of Poverty: A Case Study Analysis of Interest Groups in Conservative State Legislatures”
    Nathan Levit, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
  • “A Tale of Three Cities: Effects of United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection on Border Town Economies”
    Kade McCorvey, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
  • “A Sculptural Affair: How the Sculptures on the Theaterama at the 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair Flourished as Public Art”
    Mariah McVey, Department of Art and Archaeology
  • “Stubborn As An Ass? Shifting Democratic Party Framing of the Charter School Question”
    Hugo Myron III, Department of Politics, Program in American Studies
  • “‘Our Task’: The New Deal and Meteorological Catastrophe in 1936”
    Jeremy Nelson, Department of History
  • “Sugar and Slavery: Remembering the Narratives of Former Slaves of Louisiana’s Sugar Plantations”
    Julia Pak, Department of History
  • “Time Commences in Xibalba: A Queer Analysis of Gender Mestizaje and Trauma Temporalities”
    Alejandra Rincon, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Program in American Studies
  • “The Untold Side of Artificial Intelligence: A Call For Researcher Protection From Vicarious Traumatization”
    Haneul Ryoo, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
  • “Testing the Waters: A Case Study of the Relationship Between Risk Perception and Water Consumption Habits in Trenton, NJ”
    Jenna Shaw, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
  • “They Only Wanted to Belong: Frustrated Stories of Queer Emergence in Modernist Women’s Fiction”
    TJ Smith, Department of English
  • “The Millennial Caregiver as the ‘Canary in the Coal Mine’: The Politics of Injury, Slow Violence and Field ‘Care’”
    Linda Song, Department of Sociology
  • “Machinery of the Law: Edmund Du Cane and the English Prison System, 1850-1895”
    Audrey Spensley, Department of History
  • “The Model Maternity Myth: An Exploration of AAPI Experiences in the U.S. Maternal Healthcare System”
    Jenny Xin, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs