2011 Thesis Titles

  • “Beyond Quarantine: The Changing Role of American Public Health in a Post-9/11 World”
  • “The Gipper: A look into Ronald Reagan's Use of Symbolic Policies and Its Effect on America in the 1980s”
  • “Searching for a New Gender of Leadership: How Role Congruity Affects the Self-Pursuit of Leadership Positions of Princeton Undergraduates”
  • “Education Litigation: A Comparative Look at Two School Finance Court Cases”
  • “‘A song to the Morning’: Zora Neale Hurston and the Reclamation of the Black American Folktale”
  • “‘Malleable Subjects’: Localized Judicial Activism and Its Effects on The Legal Status of Aliens and Migrant Laborers”
  • “How Living in Urban Places Affect the Psychological Functioning of African Americans”
  • “Policing Adolescence: Personal Empowerment Among Youth Who Are Stopped by the Police for Questioning”
  • “Dueling with the Court: Changing Dynamics of Congressional Response to Supreme Court Judicial Review Decisions, 1935-2010”
  • “Let’s Talk About Sex: The Impact of Abstinence-Only Sex Education on America’s Youth”
  • “From Saigon to the Surge: Politics in Counterinsurgency Decision-Making”
  • “Waging the War on Crime with Armies of Compassion: An Evaluation of Prisoner Reentry Policies under President George W. Bush”
  • “Why do States Comply? An Institutionalist View of International Humanitarian Law”
  • “Lost Laboratories and Forsaken Structure: How the Supreme Court has Eliminated Republican Liberty by Limiting State Autonomy on Behalf of Individual Rights”
  • “‘The Daily Show’ with Jon Stewart: Restoring Sanity in America”
  • “The American Public High School: Four-Year College Access for White, Lower Income Students”
  • “The Ivory Tower in a Sandbag Bunker: The Human Terrain System, the Military and the Academy”
  • “Community Walls: Chicano Grassroots Mural Activists”
  • “Emily Dickinson and Classical Mythology”
  • “How a Zoo Happened: The History of the Central Park Menagerie”
  • “‘What is home without a modern picture?’: The Whitney Studio and Whitney Studio Club 1914-1928”
  • “‘Who should I Try to Be?’: Performance of the Self on the American Musical Stage from Vaudeville to [title of show]”
  • “From Dominance to Dependence: An Analysis of Rare Earths and Resource Dependence”