Thesis Topics Archive


“More Money, More Problems: The Impact and Implications of Campaign Finance Deregulation in the United States”

“Parties at the Podium: Analyzing Ideological Rhetoric at Presidential Nominating Conventions”

“‘We Would Have Never Found These People’: Black Students’ Right to University Membership and Protest at Rutgers University, 1965-71”

“Too Much of a Good Thing? A Study on the Evolution of Executive Privilege”

“Climate Change in American National Parks: Impacts, Management, Communications, and Public Perception”

“Policy and Populism: How Immigration Proved to Be a Winning Issue in the U.S. and U.K.”

“Opioid Abuse Prevention, Harm Reduction, and Recovery Strategies for Colleges and High Schools”

“Making the Mormon Question Difficult to Answer: Polygamy, Political Potency, and Legal Ambiguity in 19th-century America”

“The Implications of China’s ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ for U.S. Foreign Policy”

“Brain Bait: Effects of Neuroscience Evidence on Cognitive Biases in Legal Decision-Making”

“Winslow Homer and Cullercoats”

“Obergefell Families: The Disciplinary Intersection of Marriage and Parenthood”

“‘A Phenomenal Presence That is Unequivocally Black and Beautiful’: Redefining Beauty Through the Art of Kerry James Marshall”

“Protecting Hate Speech: The Failing American Experiment”

“Collecting Alaska: Sheldon Jackson, Louis Shotridge, and the Pursuit of Northwest Coast Artifacts, 1879-1932”

“An Analysis of the Effect of Local Budget Policies on Police Killings”

“Finding Safe Passage: Analyzing Juvenile Asylum Determinations in the United States and the European Union”


“The U.S. Film Exhibition Industry: A Theoretical Framework and Its Implications”

“Entropy of Binary Node Labels Given Noisy Edge Observations in Erdős-Rényi Graphs”

“Safeguarding American Patients: A National Regression Analysis and State-Focused Case Study of Health Insurance Coverage and Medical Bankruptcy”

“Taking the Aesthetic Stance Toward Mimetic Interactions: The Utility of Beauty in Computer-Driven Technology”

“One of Our Own: A Comparative Regional Analysis of Queer Latino Candidacy, Support, and Advocacy”

“(In)visible Imperialism: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of the Cultural Underpinnings of U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East, 1973 to Present”

“Healthy, Supported and Ready to Learn? A Look at the Relationship between Early Childhood Health, Parenting Quality, and School Readiness”

“Legislative Diplomacy: The Impact of Congressional Reform on the Role of Congress in Foreign Policy, 1970-2015”

“Speaking from the Hollers: An Ethnographic Study of Place and Generational Cultural Change”

“Confronting Unimaginable Horrors: The Pursuit of Justice and Challenges to Amnesty Policies in Argentina and Chile / Bringing Argentina’s ‘Dirty War’ Into Hemispheric Perspective”

“The Declassification of Documents Related to the United States’ Knowledge of Human Rights Violations”

“Marginally Genre-Savy: A Queer American Essay Assemblage”

“Can Community Mirroring Reform the Police? An Experimental Analysis”

“The Twilight of Power: Harold Macmillan, John F. Kennedy and the Limits of Postwar British Influence on American Foreign Policy”

“Paths to Polarization: The Development of Abortion Views in Two Generations of Elite American College Students”

“Grand Strategy in the Global War on Terrorism: An Assessment of Post-9/11 Civil-Military Relations in the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq”

“‘Real Black Superstars’: Jesse Jackson and the Black Preacher in a Post-King World”

“Exhibiting Difference, Constructing Norms: Gender and the American Sideshow, 1829-1926”

“Educating the Elite: Examining the Role of Privilege within the Grandes Écoles and the Ivy League”

“‘Make the World Better’: The Rhetoric of Reform in the Women’s Journal

“Mothers of Brave New Worlds: In Search of Feminist Utopias Across a Century of Dystopian Fiction”

“Chasing Georgia”

“Torture by Another Name? The Bush Administration, Enhanced Interrogation Techniques, and the Problem of Dirty Hands”

“‘A Victory for Armenia’: Memory Laws and Denial of the Armenian Genocide in Europe”

“Mount Laurel Stories: Three Racial Liberals on Trial in 1972”

“‘Don’t Boo, Vote’: An Analysis of Political Participation in Response to Insulting Campaign Rhetoric”

“Talented Tenth: Narratives of Success and Notions of Group Uplift Among Black Students at Elite Universities”

“Beyond the Palm Trees: Depression and Diplomacy at the 1932 Los Angeles Olympics”

“Echo Chambers? Analyzing the Impact of Social Media on Political Polarization in the U.S.”

“How to Actually Drain the Swamp: Congressional Redistricting Through Independent Commissions”

“The Balancing Act of Campus Governance: Student Protest and Administrative Responses at the University of Wisconsin, 1965-70”

“In Earnest Travel: The Environment and Its Effects on Hemingway”

“‘Tell Them Everything’: Three Women Artists and the Northern Irish Conflict”

“The New Protected Class: An Analysis of Georgia’s and Mississippi’s Religious Exemption Laws”


“Protecting the Lawful, Combating the Lawless: Racialized Police Violence and the 1967 Newark Uprising”

“Trusting Treatment? An Examination of Race-Based Medicine in the Context of Healthcare Inequities”

“Vote Here? Immigrants to the United States and the Civic Duty to Vote”

“A Defiant Emergence: The Reappropriation of Hip Hop Music by Queer Artists of Color”

“Little Screen, Big Influence: An Experimental Analysis of Dramatic and Comedic Fictional Political Television Shows’ Impact on Viewers’ Political Opinions”

“Princeton’s Hidden Minority: Understanding and Supporting First-Generation and Low-Income Students at Princeton University”

“Remedying Inconsistencies: An Exploration of the Anti-Suffrage Movement and the Accomplished Female Characters Within It”

“In the Shadow of the Stars and Stripes: An Experimental Analysis on Manufacturing Support for Puerto Rican Statehood”

“An Assessment of the Colorado Family Planning Initiative”

“How to Expand Labor’s Toolbox: Alternative Forms of Organizing in the Modern Economy”

“A God by Any Other Name: Synthesizing Nondiscrimination and the Substantive Liberty Interpretations of the Free Exercise Clause”

“‘No One Pays Very Much Attention to a Perfect Lady’: The Labors and Legacy of Lady Nancy Astor, MP”

“Tides of Change: How Sandbars and Shipwrecks Along the Coast of Corolla, North Carolina Reformed the United States Life-Saving Service”

“A Woman’s Place is in the House (and the Senate): A Critical Analysis of International Electoral Gender Quotas as a Model for the United States”

“Performing Between the Lines: Afro Asian Encounters Between Japanese American and African American Performers”

“On the (Un)translatability of the Visual: Migrant Subjectivities in Travel, Expatriate, and Immigrant Graphic Narratives”

“The Mouse and the Wizard: A Comparison of Disney and Universal Online Theme Park Fan Communities”

“The Politics of Medicaid Expansion: A Comparison of the Policy Debates in Arizona and Texas”

“‘A Redeemed City’: The Politics, Plans, and Progress of Washington, D.C.’s Architecture and Urban Planning from 1790-1910”

“‘The Way He Makes Me’: Authority and Negotiations of Womanhood in Contemporary Film”

“‘Operating in a Minefield’: The Role of Street-Level Bureaucrats in New York City School Discipline”


“Into the Woods: American Narratives and the Appalachian Trail”

“For Women Only: How Collegiate Social Settings Affect Political Engagement for Women”

“Plato on Punishment and Vice: A Modern Analysis of Ancient Dialogues Concerning the Practice of Punishment”

“Social Judgments: Beyond Stigma by Association”

“The Coming Vanguard: A Critical Perspective in Sayyid Qutb’s Theory of Jāhiliyya”

“NATO-Russia Relations Unleashed: Cooperation Through Compartmentalization”

“Broadening Diversity on the Bench: Voting Behavior and Panel Effects on the United States Court of Appeals”

“The Expat and the Negro Boy: A Comparative Study of Character Development in the Works of Hemingway and Hughes”

“Reimagining Racial Passing through Colson Whitehead’s The Intuitionist and Helen Oyeyemi’s Boy, Snow, Bird

“The Quest for Qualifications: Presidential Short Lists and the Dynamics of Selecting Supreme Court Justices, 1930-2005”

“Developing a Large-Scale Suppression Screen for Rescue of the Prm1∆ Mating Defect in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae”

“Early to Rise? The Influence of School Start Times on Adolescent Student Achievement in the Clark County School District, Nevada”

“Preaching to the Masses: A Practice in Politicking”

“Happiness and Compliments: How Altruism, Human Interaction, and Feedback Influence Our Moods”

“Policy vs. Practice: An Assessment of Federal Recommendations for Pregnant and Parenting Teen Programs in Schools”

“Philip Roth and the Myth of Inviolability: Understanding American Identity Through Case Studies of Narrative Theory”

“Twenty Years After the Dayton Accords: Ethnic Diversity, Institutional Fixes, and Local Public Goods Provision in Bosnia and Herzegovina”

“‘The Food Program is Fundamental to the Welfare of the Race’: The New England Kitchen, Women, and Food Science, 1890-1894”

“The Drama of the American Empire and the Art of Vertigo in Herman Melville’s Typee

“Myopic Justice: A Brief Intellectual History of Colorblind Law”


“The American Legal Practice of Thomas Addis Emmett, 1804-1827”

“A Return to Terroir: The Evolving American Wine Industry”

“Evaluating Racial Equality in Private America: The African American Golfing Experience in the 20th Century”

“Melos in Drama: Exploring the Musical Mind Through Melodrama in Wagner, Brecht, and Sirk”

“Spending Without Saying: Substantive Representation and President Obama’s First Term Anti-Poverty Record”

“Chanting Down Babylon, Race and Reggae in the Post-War Era”

“Bureaucratic Control of the U.S. Attorney’s Office: An Analysis of Criminal Prosecutions under George W. Bush”

“Practicing to Succeed: The Effects of the Duration and Intensity of Sports Participation on the Development of Intellectual Resilience”

“Where is the Soul of a Jackalope? Animism in Taxidermic Practice”

“Home Improvement: An Empirical Analysis of the Effects of Parental Involvement on Children’s Academic Outcomes”

“Reassuring Memory: History and Nation-Building at Gilded Age and Progressive Era American World’s Fairs”

“Girls in Transition: The Emerging Role of the Female Heroine in Best-Selling Young Adult Novels in the United States from 2003-13”

“Hashtags and Headlines: The Evolving Narrative Forms of Journalism in the Digital Age”

“Constructing Freaks, Families, and Beauty Queens: The Public Display of the Female Body”

“A Poor Workman Blames His Tools: Why the System Is Not Broken and How Congress Is Responsible for the Imperial Presidency”

“Using U-PB Geochronology to Constrain the Formation of a New Jersey Nelsonite”

“Between Mold and Molt: Aesthetics and the Matter of Race”

“A Union at Risk: Competition, Change, and the Political Influence Processes of New York’s Teachers Unions”

“Beyond Escapism: Rehearsing Reality and Therapy in Children’s Fantasy Literature: L. Frank Baum’s Oz Series and J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter Series”

“The Role of For-Profit Ventures in Economic Development: A Case Study of Textile Artisans in the Global Apparel Industry”

“Just Words? An Experimental Analysis of Presidential Rhetoric’s Impact on African-American Opinion”

“The Power of Perception: Examining the National Rifle Organization’s Evolution from Shooting Club to Dominant Political Lobby”

“‘Females But Not Followers’: Perceptions of Femininity, the Self-Concept, and Leadership Ability in Adolescent Females”

“Job Accessibility, Affordability, and Federal Housing Assistance”

“The Netflix Effect and Remote(ly) Shared Experiences: How Social Media Enables Binge-Viewing”


“Specifically For Us? An Evaluation of Permanent Public Art Installed During the 1970s and 1980s in Lower Manhattan”

“From Upstarts to Institutions: How W. McNeil Lowry Transformed America’s Nonprofit Theater”

“Princeton Political Pressures: A Study of Attitude Change in the Undergraduate Population”

“Touching God and Creating Identity: Mexican and Mexican-American Domestic Altars and Shrines”

“‘God, as We Understood Him:’ Interpretations of Spirituality in Alcoholics Anonymous”

“A Women’s Boston: Property, Public Life, and Independence in the Late 19th Century”

“A Declaration of Dissent: Political Interests, Entrepreneurship Policy, and Innovation in Emerging Markets, 2005-12”

“Ex-Human Houseguests: Horror/Televisions’s Domestication, Reproduction, and Resurrection in American Horror Story and The Walking Dead

“Crime and Jurisdiction on the Reservation: A Culture of History and Silence”

“‘The Men in the Arena:’ The Inspirational Leadership & Reputations of Napoleon Bonaparte, Robert E. Lee, & Winston Churchill”

“The 1964 World’s Fair: Vision of the Present”

“Outer Limits Reporting: The Confluence of Literary Genre in Norman Mailer’s, Tom Wolfe’s and Joan Didion’s New Journalism”

“‘Lack of Location is My Location:’ The Impossibility of Black Identity in the Text Paintings of Glenn Ligon”

“Creating the Teenage Dream: the Emergence of Teenage Culture in Postwar America from 1946-64”

“Social Dominance and its Effect on Visual Lateralization of Dairy Cattle in a Novel Human Interaction”

“The Garden and the Grid: A History and Theory of Los Angeles Community Gardens as Cultural Infrastructure”

“Capital and Conflict: A History of Banks and Public Ownership”

“How a Noun Became a Verb: Robert Bork’s Nomination to the Supreme Court”

“Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Political Interference and the 1956 Sugar Bowl”

“‘Daring to Breed the Horse with the Cow": The Repaint Shan Shui Series by Zhang Hongtu”

“From Elsie Dinsmore to Blair Waldorf: American Girls’ Series and Femininity Through the 21st Century”


“The Effects of Neoliberal Policies on the Urban Poor in Chicago and Detroit”

“Concerning Intrinsic Value and Biodiversity: An Examination”

“What’s to Blame? The Causes Behind the Racial Disparity in the Treatment of Mental Illness in American Jails”

“Hemispheric Diplomacy in an Age of Openness: The WikiLeaks Cable Releases and American Relations with Chile and Argentina”

“In Search of the Golden Age: An Examination of Monetary Regime Implications in the United States”

“A Hidden City Emerges: Picturing the Industrial Identity, Civic Topography, and Urban Ethos of Newark, NJ from 1800 to 2009”

“A Baby Boomer’s Piggy Bank: A Historical Analysis of the Baby Boomer Generation’s Savings Behavior and Asset Allocation”

“Are You In or Are You Out: The Effect of Social Interactions on Household Market Participation in a Post-Crash Market”

“Public Money, Private Stadiums: America’s Love of Professional Athletics and the Increase in Sports Popularity Since the 1940s”

“The Lunatic Fringe and the Mainstream: Grassroots Support for the Equal Rights Amendment, 1977-82”

“Haste Trips on its Own Heels: The Present Day Impact of Mid-20th-century Nuclear Energy Policy”

“An Analysis of Three Generations of Mexican Americans’ Academic Outcomes”

“Shopping New Jersey: Reevaluations of the Relationship between Town Center and Shopping Mall”

“Justice at Bargain Prices? Empirically Testing a Theoretical Model of Plea Bargaining Under Resource Constraints”

“Plea Bargaining in the Bronx: The Indigent Defendant’s Perspective on the Criminal Justice System”

“The Illusion of Free Will: Preference Inconsistencies and Consumer Manipulation”

“The Import Scene and its Role in the Formation and Expression of Asian-American Masculinity”

“John Addington Symonds: Humanism, Love, and Sexual Identity in Victorian Britain”

“Outside Influence: Newspapers and the Death Penalty Appellate Process - Pennsylvania 1994-2002”

“American Idols: David Foster Wallace and Literary Influence”

“Learning the Bond Business: Orphanhood and the Search for Home in The Great Gatsby

“Expanding ‘Affordable Housing:’ Making Room for the Workforce in Jersey City, New Jersey”

“From Antolini to Zooey: The Evolution of Spirituality in the Works of J. D. Salinger”

“‘Death-in-life & Life-in-death’: The Soul Versus Society in Modern Literature”


“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”


“Originalism in Crisis: The Movement Towards Indeterminate Originalism Belief and the Ballot: Voter Confidence in United States Presidential Elections after 2000”

“American Panorama!”

“They Will Remember the Red Warrior: The Indian Texas Rangers of the Texas Republic”

“Baby We Were Born to Run: The Influence of Migration and Movement on American Popular Music”

“Deliver Me From Nowhere: Bruce Springsteen and the Literature of American Alienation”

“A Media Wasteland: The Effect of Magazine Exposure on Body Dissatisfaction and Self-Esteem”

“Women on the Home Front: Defining Femininity in Alcott’s Little Women and Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind

“Altering Physician and Hospital Payment Methodologies as a Key Component of Healthcare Reform: An Incrementalist Approach to the Next Best Steps”

“Blinding the Stars: New York in Painting and Photography, 1890-1918 Growing Roots: Cultural Capital, Power Dynamics, and Community Gardening in Trenton, NJ”

“Moderate Republicans in the Conservative Rise: The Ripon Society, 1962-82”

“The Psychology of False Confessions: Towards Better Juror Decision Making”

“Reputation and Regulation: Bankers, Panic, and the Congressional inquiries of 1907 and 1929-33”

“Affirmative Action on the Ballot: The Movement to End Racial Preferences”

“The Gay Best Friend: How a Character on Television Could Change America’s Views on Homosexuality”

“A Place at the Table: The Potential for Sustainable Food Equality in the United States Alcoholism and Suburbia: The Development of Selfhood in John Cheever’s Short Fiction”

“Meaning in the Margins: Henry Ossawa Tanner’s Biblical Pictures”


“Making Their Time Count: Improving Attendance by Older Youth in Out-of-School-Time Programs”

“Righting an Environmental Wrong: Social Justice and Sharing the Domestic Burden of Climate Change Policies”

“Commercial Surrogate Motherhood in America”

“Rethinking the Classroom Society: Social and Cultural Reproduction, Discipline, and Education in a Trenton Charter School”

“Looking Back to Lead Us Forward: The Placement of Barack Obama in an Historical Context”

“Land of Commerce and Freedom: The New Nation and the Barbary Crisis, 1784-94”

“Combating Crisis with Control: Understanding Mayor Bloomberg’s Education Reforms in New York City”

“Is a Penny Saved a Penny Earned? Stadium Finance and Franchise Value”

“Local Control and the Failure of Integration in New Jersey’s Public Schools, 1947-67”

“Cognitive Control of Valenced Memories: Intentional Forgetting and its Clinical Implications”

“Cowboy Contractors: A Case for National Regulation of Private Military Companies”

“Education for Citizenship: Strategies to Engage University Faculties”

“Swimming Up This Mean Stream: An Anthropological Attempt at Solving the ‘Puerto Rican Problem’ Through an Olympic Lens”

“Where Have They Gone, Jackie Robinson? An Analysis of the Decline of African-American Participation in Major League Baseball”

“We Deal in Lead: Stylized Gun Play in the American Experience”

“A Theory of Freedom and Its Impact on Speech”

“Fundamental Weighting in Industry Specific Stock Market Indexation”

“Switching It Up: The Presence of Superstitious Behavior Between Conflicting Athlete and Student Identities”

“Jorge Negrete in Spain: The First Certamen Cinematográfico Hispanoamericano, ‘Jalisco canta en Sevilla,’ and the Discourse on Hispanidad”

“Cloaked in Tradition: Uncovering the Mask of Domesticity in Hospital Sketches and Beechenbrook”

“The Role of Selective Force Application in Determining Outcomes in Counterinsurgency: A Case Study of the 4th Infantry Division and the 101st Airborne Division, Iraq 2003-04”

“William M. Gouge and the Politics of Hard Money in Jacksonian America”

“The Effects of Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Antidepressants on Consumer Behavior”

“A Dynamic Analysis of the Battle for NAFTA in the U.S. House of Representatives”

“The Importance of Cross-Cultural Collaboration: A Comparative Examination of the Treatment of Depression in Children and Adolescents”

“The Sex Wars: Feminists Fighting Feminists in the Name of Sexual Freedom”

“‘A Sort of Cat-and-Dog Affair’: Arthur Krock, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Press-Government Relations in Democratic America”


“Lessons Learned: Objects and Racial Subjectivity Formation”

“Non-Nuclear Options: Strengthening Paternal Involvement in Fragile Families”

“Keeping the Faith: The Role of the Catholic Church in Operation Pedro Pan and the Cuban Children’s Program”

“Shalom Y’all: A Social History of Jewish Immigration Through Galveston, Texas 1907-14”

“Reactions Under the Risk of Recession: An Econometric Analysis of the Investment Responses to Economic and Market Indicators by Varying Investor Types”

“Adam Comes of Age: The Study of Biography and the Bildungsroman in 20th-century America”

“Assessing the Transit Village Initiative: A Quantitative Approach to a Qualitative Policy”

“The Role of the Guatemalan Military in the 1954 Coup”

“Women in Print: Philadelphia, 1790-1820”

“Railroad Influence on the Development and Division of the Dakota Territory”

“Finding Papa: Canvassing America in Search of the Ernest Hemingway Legacy”

“Kansas City: From Cowtown to Nowtown”

“An Instructive Gospel: John Dewey and the Reconstruction of Religious Education”

“The Rise of a National Language: Wilfred H. Whiteley, a Swahili Scholar and Pioneer in the Field of African Studies”

“Managing the Media: A History of Regulation and Concentration in American Radio and Television”

“The Transformation of Gothic Literature in America Following the Civil War”

“Constructing National Service”

“Let’s Talk Dirty: Modeling the Effects of National Economic and Social Indicators on Negative Campaigning in U.S. Senate Elections, 1992-2002”

“More Than a Mere Financier: The Statesmanship of Albert Gallatin in the First Administration of Thomas Jefferson”

“Dispelling the ‘Madman’ Myth: The Logic Behind Nixon’s Aggressive Strategy to End the Vietnam War in 1969”

“Party Image, Race Consciousness and Stigma: Why Blacks Don’t Vote for Republicans”

“Sentinel of Liberty: The Cultural Work of Captain America”

“‘Just Enough for the City’: A Narrative of the Trenton Aid Experience”

“More Than ‘A Few Oblations to Buncombe’: Building Museums and Urban Identity in Antebellum America”

“Raúl Castro in Charge: Implications for Cuba and for U.S. Policy”


“‘Just This Side of the Line’: The Iranian Crisis of 1946”

“Closing the Gap: Can Internet Communication Challenge the Digital Divide?”

“Emergency Contraception Access in the United States: Politics and Policy”

“Rebuilding New Orleans: A Study of Two Neighborhood Recovery Efforts in Post-Katrina New Orleans”

“Creating Yosemite: A Turning Point in the Evolving Historical Traditions of Land Laws”

“When Two Become One: Evidence of Synergy Realization Through Acquisitions in the United States Food Retail and Broadcast Industries”

“Paradise Found? Influences of the Unites States of America on Settler-Aborigine Divisions in 19th-century Liberia”

“Reliability of College Performance Predictions based on SAT scores and High School Grades: Implications for College Admissions”

“Shaping the Presidential Image: The Institutional Relationship Between White House and Media”

“Response Paper on American Women Missionaries”

“Corporate Art Patronage in America: The Case of JP Morgan Chase”

“Law, Indecency and Raunch Culture in America: A Case Study of the 2004 Super Bowl Halftime Show”

“Conservationism Versus Capitalism: The Private Development History of Yellowstone National Park, 1872-1916”

“‘What We Now Know’: Why Richard Nixon Lost the 1960 U.S. Presidential Election”

“The Jeffersonian Influence on the Antislavery Thoughts of Cassius M. Clay”

“The Suffragist as Reader: Intellectual Biographies of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Millicent Garrett Fawcett”

“The Distance to Princeton”

“Policing Dissent: The Role of FBI Counterintelligence in the Decline of the Students for a Democratic Society”

“Politicizing Morality: The Phenomenon and Failure of National Prohibition in the United States”


“Interactions Between Art and Medicine: Public Opinion of American Medicine Evaluated Through Art of the Late 19th Century”

“American Neoconservatism: The New Balance”

“Seeking Soul: An Independent American Voice represented in the poetry of Anne Bradstreet and Emily Dickinson”

“‘How’ - and ‘Why’ - to Read Therapeutically: Oprah’s Book Club Takes on Toni Morrison”

“Out of the Ghetto, Into the Book: Jewish Immigrants Writing Home”

“Labor Market Collusion in Major American Professional Team Sports: Effects of Collusive Behavior on Consumer Welfare”

“Something of Substance: Challenges to the Provision of High Quality Professional Development for Teachers of Math and Science”

“Balancing the Scales: The Politics of Obesity and the Shape of America”

“Thunderbolt of the Confederacy: General John Hunt Morgan and the Changing Nature of Lost Cause History”

“The Philosophical Foundations of the Brooklyn Bridge: Roebling and Hegel”

“A Pragmatic Guide to Living: William James and the Historical Development of Popular Self-Help Programs”

“The Effectiveness of Terrorist Methods and Tactics in a Sociological Perspective: A Case Study of the Irish Republican Army, the Liberation Tamil Tigers of Eelam, and Al Qaeda”

“Might, Right, and Coherence: Oliver Wendell Holmes and the Theology of Law”

“Consolidation Bonanza: How U.S. Defense Stocks Outperformed the Market from 1993 to 1998 Despite Shrinking Defense Budgets”

“The Ends of Sorority: Marriage and Female Friendships from Edith Wharton to Jacqueline Susann”

“Rostker v. Goldberg and the Equal Rights Amendment, the All-Volunteer Force, and the Expanding Role of Women in the Military”

“Artificial Reproductive Technology’s Role in the Changing Conception of American Parenthood”

“‘To Plead our Own Cause’: The Antebellum Black Press, 1827-61”

“Tall, Dark and Handsome: Four Studies of Self-Presentation and Sexuality in Virtual Personal Advertisements”

“From Iron to Rust: Historical Misrepresentation and American Tradition in Ridley Scott’s Gladiator

“For God and Family: Christian Home Schooling in America”

“Shaping Words: (Re)Creating the Self Through Narrative”

“Crusaders Against Big Business: Politics Ambition and State Attorneys General Activism”

“Laureate of Desperation: F. Scott Fitzgerald After the Jazz Age”

“Presidents, Supreme Court Nominations, and the Bully Pulpit”

“We Shake Hands: Race Relations and the Omaha Reservation in Nebraska, 1957-63”


“Mothers of a Revolution: Gender Politics and Grassroots Leadership in the Civil Rights Movement”

“An Analysis of Prestressed Concrete Containment Buildings with Unanticipated Construction Openings: Steam Generator Replacement at Duke Power’s Oconee Nuclear Station”

“Justice in a Time of War: Creating a Fair and Constitutional Judicial Process for Suspected Al-Queda Terrorists”

“The Wayward American Self: A Crisis of Individuality and Constitutional Interpretation”

“Retribution, Redemption, and Representations of Womanhood: Public and State Reactions to Female Christian Converts on Death Row”

“A Creature of Conformity: The Housewife in the Post-War American Literature of Shirley Jackson, Sylvia Plath and Anne Sexton”

“Southern Honor: Pride and Loyalty in Rhetoric and Action, 1830-65”

“Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain: Changing Depictions of Childhood in the 20th Century”

“‘Oh the Starry Flag if the Flag for Me’: Irish Assimilation During the Civil War Through the Irish Brigade”

“The Westtown School: ‘Guarded Education’ for American Quaker Youth, 1790-1825”

“The ‘Atlanta Spirit’ and the Major Leagues: Professional Sports and the Transformation of a Southern City”

“William Milligan Sloane: Torchbearer of the Olympic Movement”

“A Positive Spin on Negative Political Advertising: Escaping the Current Stimulation/Demobilzation Debate Regarding Voter Turnout”

“Challenging the ‘Goddess of Traditional Spelling’: The American Campaign to Simplify Orthography at the Turn of the 20th Century”

“The Little Train That Could: The Redevelopment of New York City’s High Line”

“The Watercolors of John LaFarge’s 1890-91 South Seas Trip”

“Competing Images of Joe Valachi in 1960s America”

“The American Mosque”

“Yet to be Born: The Moral and Political Conflict between the Pregnant Woman and Her Unborn Child”

“The Political Influence of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: An Empirical Analysis”

“The Professional Parent: Work-Family Balance in American Law Firms”

“Turning the Screw on the Ghosts of Bly: ‘Accursed Inhabitants’ or Insane Delusions?”

“Paradise Remembered: Eden in 20th-century American Literature”

“The Rise of Class Differences in Suburban Expansion: Strawbridge & Clothier’s Marketing Discrepancies Between Philadelphia and Its Suburbs”

“Lights Out: The Theory of Forward Premia Applied to the California Energy Crisis”

“The Moorish Science Temple: Dispersed by the Great Migration, Divided by Race, but Distinctly American”

“Re-Examining National Missile Defense”


“Globalized Advocacy in U.S. Courts”

“Rhetoric of Travel and Island Thought”

“Politicizing the Dharma Bums: Mainstream and Intellectual Receptions of Beat Religiosity”

“‘My Dear, I Don’t Give a Damn’: Rogue Socialites and Tribal Discipline in Gone With the Wind and The Age of Innocence

“Cultivating the Relationship Between Author and Reader in the Contemporary American Immigrant Autobiography”

“Obesity: An American Epidemic That’s Working Against a Healthy Body”

“Low Earth Orbit Constellation Design Using the Earth-Moon L1 Point”

“America Revised: Democratic Responsibility in the Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Ralph Waldo Ellison”

“Indigenous Eyes: Visions of Native American Identity”

“Hearing Without Listening: Analyzing America’s Decreased Attention to Lyrics in Popular Music”

“National Security and National Sentiment: The Opening of American Immigration Policy Towards India Between 1945 and 1965”

“Accounting for Intangible Assets: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis”

“From Princeton Alumni to Civil Leaders: The History of Princeton Project 55”

“Opting-In, Opting-Out: Conflicting Choices and Necessities of American Women”

“Student Loans: Financing the Future or Destroying It with Debt?”

“The Radical Moment: The Abolition Harvest of 1862”

“The Metrosexual: A Challenge to American Conceptions of Masculinity”

“A Statistical Analysis of 1990s New Yorker Fiction”

“U.S. Response to the Illicit Trade in Cultural Properties: The Challenges of Cultural Property Policy in America”


“Is Coke IT? Consumer Culture’s Invasion of Postwar American Fiction”

“Clash for Control of Education: Chambersburg and African-American Interests in Integration During the 1960s and 1970s”

“The Humanity of Heroism: The Makings of a Post-War Hero in ‘Invisible Man,’ ‘The Natural,’ and ‘The Old Man and the Sea’”

“‘Come to the Cabaret, Old Chum:’ A Self-Reflective Journey from the Christopher Isherwood to ‘Cabaret’”

“Dispossessed in the Promised Land: Homelessness and American Political Values”

“Mapping Female Possibilities: Edith Wharton’s Movement Out of The House of Mirth into The Age of Innocence

“‘The War of Living’: The Transformative Sorcery of Tim O’Brien’s Postmodern Warrior Prose in His Vietnam Narratives”

“Making Efficient Change in American Public Education”

“The Blacker the Berry: Authenticity and African American Politics”

“Calculation and Compromise: Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Internationalism”

“‘Will We Choose a New Course?’: Robert F. Kennedy and the Presidential Campaign of 1968”

“Marriage Promotion and Single Mothers: A Match Made in Heaven or Destined for Divorce?”

“The Invisible Crime: An Analysis of Identity Theft from the Viewpoint of an American Consumer”

“Awake, Mighty Giant: The Past, Present, and Future of the U.S. Response to Global AIDS”

“Benjamin Franklin: Prisoner of War Diplomacy and the New Nation”

“Retail Politics Wholesale: John F. Kennedy and the Creation of the Modern Presidential Nominator Campaign”

“The Whiteface of Blackface Minstrelsy: The Authenticity of Sambo and Zip Coon”

“Assessing the Role of Race and Gender in the New York City Voucher Experiment”

“Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street? The Limits of Government Involvement in Children’s Programming”

“Modern Presidential Rhetoric and the Cold War Context”

“Blacks in Blue: Umpires in Black Baseball; 1885-1950”

“Evolutions of the Experience in Howard Thurman’s Religious Thought”

“The Federal Writers Project: The Role of the Media in Shaping the History of the New Deal Program for Writers”

“That Side of Paradise: A Story of Princeton, the University, the Town and the African-American community”

“The Literary Confession as Metafiction in Margaret Atwood’s The Blind Assassin and Ian McEwan’s Atonement

“Paradise Preserved: The History of Private Land Conservation in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 1920-80”

“Striking the Mystic Chords of Memory: Principle, Instinct, and Self-Interest in American Patriotism”

“Covert Action and the American Constitutional System: Executive and Legislative Control of Special Intelligence Activities”

“After the Apocalypse: Encounter Magazine as an Anti-Communist and Atlanticist Intellectual Weapon of the Cultural Cold War, 1953-65”

“For the Benefit and Enjoyment of the People: Tourism and the American Preservationist Ideal in the Founding and Development of Rocky Mountain National Park”

“Mayors Taking the Lead: An Emerging Trend in Urban School Governance”

“Therapeutic Prayer? Evaluating the Testability of Prayer’s Efficacy on Health Outcomes”

“‘Poor White Trash: Reading Characters, Recognizing People’”

“The Poor White Family in the Literature of John Steinbeck, William Faulkner and Erksine Caldwell”

“The Second Tragedy: Torture and Propaganda in Algeria and Vietnam”

“Portrayals of Me: The Short Term Effects of Print Advertising in American Women’s Magazines on Women’s Body Image and Self-Esteem”

“The 1980s Financial Elite and the Culture of Wealth”

“The Myth of Displacement: Migration in Willa Cather’s A Lost Lady and John Steinbeck’s The Grapes Of Wrath

“Toward a Natural Aristocracy: An Examination of Class-based Alternatives to Affirmative Action in College Admissions at Selective Public Universities”

“For Better or Worse: The U.S. Policy of Electoral Assistance in Latin America”

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“Resolving the Feminine ‘Mystake’: Why Visible Voices of the American Feminist Movement Should Reclaim the Institution of Motherhood”

“And That’s the Way It Should Be: The Future of the News and its Ability to Serve American Society”

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“The Changing Role of Work, Education, Sex and Marriage in Women’s Lives as Seen in Redbook from 1965 to 1975”


“Fighting Addiction: Drug Courts and the Role of Effective Aftercare in Successful Drug Treatment”

“Letters from the South: Literary and Cultural History in Antebellum Travel Fiction”

“The Incongruity of Yellow: Japanese American Oscillation between Margin and Mainstream”

“Making a Case for Durham: a History of Durham v. United States (1954)”

“Blueprint for Righting: Invisible Man as a Novel of Spatial Protest”

“Creating Consumer Choice: Rationale for an Opt-Out Municipal Aggregation Program for the District of Columbia”

“Snakes in the Garden: Myth and Anti-Myth in Western American Literature”

“Smart Surveillance?”

“The Presence and Principles of the Motion Picture Production Code”

“Electricity Real-Time Pricing & Deregulation”

“‘Impoverishing Her Soil, Corrupting Her Morals’: Pragmatism and Principle in Tennessee’s Antislavery Movement Before 1835”

“The Power of Pop: Robert and Ethel Scull, and the Influence of Pop Art Collecting”

“Barely Remembered: A History of Princeton University Prank Traditions”

“A Misplaced Minority: African Americans and Special Education in the United States”

“Time Out: Boston Newspapers & the American Revolution - A Historical Novel”

“Beyond Town Limits: The Story of Transnational Migration between Mesones and Princeton”

“The Vicious Cycle: A Regression Analysis of Coded Media Coverage, Aggregate Political Trust, and Civil Efficacy Levels from 1968 to 2000”

“Rise of a City, Fall of an Empire: The KKK in Atlanta, GA, 1920-65”

“A Vigorous Democracy: Boston’s Fight of School Desegregation”

“Housed Women: Edith Wharton’s Politics of Domestic Space”

“Beyond Jackie Robinson: Baseball, Race, and the Abandonment of Urban America”

“Deciding for Science: Premedical Undergraduates’ Interest in Research”

“Lifting the Fog: Stephen Crane, Journalism, and The Red Badge of Courage

“The History of Loving”

“What Suits Your Style? Conflict Resolution Styles in Dating Couples and Subsequent Relationship Satisfaction”

“Toward an Independent Lebanon: Securing a Syrian Military Withdrawal”

“The Future of Foster Care: Taking the Road Not Taken”

“‘To Make Revolution Irresistible’: The Borderlands of Transformative History”

“Beyond the Thaw: Robert Kennedy and New American Foreign Policy”

“Upholding an Ideal in an Era of Change: Edward Bok’s Editorials in the Ladies’ Home Journal, 1889-1919”

“‘Gone to Memphis:’ Delta Bluesmen and Racial Politics in the Deep South”

“Harvesting the Fruits of the Spirit: Faithfulness, Gentleness, and Self-Control: Thomas Atkinson, Bishop of North Carolina, and the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America”


“Books Between Boundaries: Contemporary American Women Authors and the Short Story”

“Venture Philanthropy: Possibilities, Practicalities and Prognosis”

“The Perks of Being the Teacher’s Pet: How Race, Class, and Student-Teacher Relationships Interact to Make or Break a Girl’s Future”

“The Hispanic Wage Deficiency in the U.S. Labor Market: The Result of Discrimination or Fair Treatment?”

“Defending the ‘Blessings of Liberty’: The Supreme Court, Domestic Repression, and the Roots of the Rights Revolution”

“‘An Army with Golden Hands:" The Mobilization of an Emergency Relief Corps During the Influenza Epidemic of 1918 in New York City”

“Rethinking the Role of the Business Community in Campaign Finance Reform”

“The Effect of Indigent Defense Systems on Administration of the Death Penalty: A Case Study of Philadelphia County”

“Jazz Preservation: A Policy Perspective”

“Stone Walls and Dark Closets: Space, Nationalism and Sexuality in the American Novel”

“Defending a Myth: Eisenhower and the Desegregation of Washington, D.C.”

“Female Magnetism: Fitzgerald’s Hollywood Theme Revisited”

“The Importance of Being Ernest: Examining the Public and Private Hemingway through Nonfiction”

“Intraspecific Variation in the Patterns of Reproductive Endocrinology of Wild Yellow Baboons (Papio cynocephalus)”

“Hidden Beneath the Silence: Evidence of Sexual Abuse and Psychological Trauma of Female Slaves”

“Realization of Racism: The Black Experience in Vietnam”

“An Unsupported Existence: Charleston, South Carolina’s Old Slave Mart Museum”

“Another Way to Teach: New Jersey’s Alternate Route Teacher Preparation Program”

“Korea at the Crossroads: The Future of U.S. Policy in Korea”

“Lifting the Veil: Renovation, Restoration and Conservation from the Renaissance to the Modern Period”

“The Birth of a World Power: United States Involvement in the Venezuelan Boundary Crisis, 1895”

“COINTELPRO - New Left and the FBI’s Disruption of the Vietnam War Protest”

“Long Remembered, Oft Revisioned: Lincoln in Evolving African-American Memory, 1865-1968”

“Un/Fulfilled: The Arc of Desire in the Works of Henry James and Edith Wharton”

“Orchestrating Camelot”

“From Paddy to Yankee: The Claiming of an American Identity by Irish Authors and Politicians in San Francisco”

“The American Road Trip: A 20th-century Icon”


“No Deal: The Emergence of the Republican Party in Arizona after World War II”

“Price Earnings Ratios: A Case for Growth Stock Investing”

“Rituals of Mercy and Public Execution: The Royal Prerogative in Stuart England”

“Singing and Sewing: The Role of Music in Shaping the Female Self in Three Novels by Willa Cather”

“Faulkner’s Women: Constraints of Desire, Conditions of Outrage”

“‘Alterations’ Twelve O’Clock: A Collection of Short Stories”

“Worker Organization in the Late 20th Century: Changes and Implications”

“The Comprehensive Community Development Corporation: An Instrument Adept at Treating and Preventing American Inner City Poverty”

“The Evolution of the Law of Criminal Conspiracy: The Reception of English Legal Custom in Early Cases of Conspiracy in the United States”

“A Common Fountain: Building a Coalition for Desegregation in Antebellum Boston”

“Examining the Effects of Audience Specific Targeting on the Internet in Campaign 2000”

“‘Fire in a Crowded Theater’ : An Underground History of L.A. in the 1940s”

“Are School Choice Vouchers Constitutional?”

“Sells Like Teen Spirit: The Creation, Representation, and Exploitation of Generation X by the Mass Media”

“Brown v. Board of Education: A Legal History”

“A Pioneer of Progress: T.A. Bland and the Construction of an American Ideology”

“Reinventing the Edges When the Center Cannot Hold: American Frontier Narrative in the Essays of Joan Didion”

“Father Knows Best: Figuring the Father in American Women’s Confessional Poetry”

“A Guess at the Riddle: Charles Sanders Peirce on Truth and Community”

“Broken Language: English and the Immigrant Text”

“Remembering the Mockingbird: Voiced and Unvoiced in To Kill a Mockingbird

“And Justice for All: Reevaluating the Status of Animals in America”

“Strict Realism: The Tripartite Structure of Reality Developed in Tim O’Brien’s Vietnam Triology”

“Masked Americans: The Plight of the 19th-century Female Con Artist in American Society and Literature”

“The Dome Village: A Study of a Transitional Housing Community for the Homeless”


“Oom the Omnipotent: The Tantrik Order in America”

“America in the Mountains: The Idea of a Sacred Landscape”

“Judge Ben Lindsey: ‘The Soul of Youth’”

“Spokesman for Juvenile Delinquents and ‘Modern Youth’”

“The Development of Early Suburbanization in Philadelphia and Boston”

“Police in Transition: Reconciling the Administrative Structure of the Police in Mexico’s Distrito Federal with Democratization, Bureaucratic Reform, and Decentralization”

“Realizing Sovereignty: Self-Determination and Managed Care in American Indian Health Care”

“The Mayors Daley: Like Father, Like Son?”

“Entitlement to Justice? A Theoretical Examination of Richard Nixon’s Family Assistance Plan”

“A Misunderstood Misanthrope: A Reevaluation of the Life and Writings of Ambrose Bierce”

“What’s Love Got to Do With It?: Youth Rebellion, the Sexual Revolution and the Codification of Love in Three Popular Film Versions of Romeo and Juliet”

“Thy Will Be Done: The Political Saliency of Christian Interest Groups”

“The Future of Safety Net Hospitals and Uncompensated Care: Reforming the DSH Program”

“That Strange Something Undreamt: The Ghost Stories of Edith Wharton”

“Why They Stayed So Late: Cocktails and Crisis in the Literature of a Lost Generation”

“‘She Misses Some Goals’: The Paradoxical American Woman of the Mid-1950s Magazine”

“Strategic Desires: Re-Imagining Identity in the Korean American Literary Imagination: Four Essays”

“Younghill Kang’s East Goes West, Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s Dictee, and Kim Ronyoungs’ Clay Walls”

“Controlling Birth Control: The Legal Legacy of Anthony Comstock”

“Education or Indoctrination?: Religion in Public School Curricula”

“Mayor Edward G. Rendell and Philadelphia’s Fiscal Recovery”

“Broadening the Corporate Philanthropy Debate: An Analysis of the Corporation in Civil Society”

“Western Dime Novel Heroes: Products of Cultural Movements in Late 19th-century America”

“Romancing the Past: Sculpting Images of Japan in Contemporary Advertising”

“Arbiter Mundi: Woodrow Wilson’s Foiled Attempts to Spread American Notions of Democracy and Peace”

“Where Race and Politics Collide: The Federal Acknowledgement Process and its Effects on Lumbee and Pequot Indians”

“Suffering Healers: Military Medicine in World War II Chronicled in the Writings of Doctor Henry K. Montgomery”

“I Just Wanna Be A Cosmic Cowboy: The Austin, Texas Music Scene of the 1970s”

“‘Even Princeton’: Student Activism at Princeton University between 1965 and 1970”

“Stories, Sites, and Sound Bites: The Changing Faces of the News Media in the 1998 Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal”

“Spike Lee Within the Black Cinematic Tradition”

“The Envisioned City: Image and Reality in Los Angeles Through the Great Depression”

“Bending the Airwaves: Radio Broadcasting, Censorship and Illusions of Authenticity in World War II”

“A Store Refashioned: The Changing Face of the F & R Lazarus Co.”

“Learning from ‘The Other’: Lessons for Characters and Readers in Three Works by Mark Twain”

“Conflicts of Conservation: The 20th-century Development of Alaska’s Natural Resources”

“‘I Want to Be a Part of It’: New York in the 1980s: The Struggle to Maintain Self-Identity”

“The Battle Over War: The Politics of War Studies in American Anthropology”

“Conjecture, Justice, and Intrigues: The Committee on Public Information, 1917-19”

“Writing the Mind’s Eye: Image and Memory in Four Novels by Don DeLillo”

“Not What the Doctor Ordered: A Study of Cost Containment and Quality Assurance in the Health Insurance Industry”

“Tuberculosis: Myth and Medicine in Selected Works by Hawthorne, Poe, and O’Neill”

“Racing for Meaning: Ovid’s Amores III.2 and its Spectator Spectacle”

“Norway Through Different Eyes: Deconstructing Tourism in Norway from an American Perspective”

“Scandalizing Christianity: Blasphemy and Other Offenses Against Religion in the Boston and New York of the Early Republic”

“Complexities in Clay: History, Tradition, and Tourism in Seagrove Pottery”

“The Achievement Gap in the Princeton Regional Schools: An Evaluation of Teacher and Parent Perceptions and Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) as a Potential Remedy”

“L.A. Emblematic: Glimpse of Fact in a Landscape of Fiction”

“The Humor and ‘The Horror’: Absurdist Representations of War in American Film from the Vietnam Era”

“Working Toward A Future: Education Equity and Vocational Opportunity in the Urban Schoolwide Career Academy”

“Sympathy for the Devil: Representations of Violence in Literary Non-Fiction”

“Always la Raza: The Chicano Struggle for Power in the American Political System”

“Advertising the Modern Corporation Through the Skyscraper: The Corporate Appropriation of Architecture in the Woolworth and Chrysler Buildings”

“Trials of Textuality: Implications and Applications of the Human Genome as Text”

“When Democracy Became Disaster: The Role of the United States in the Russian October Crisis of 1993”

“Seagrass as an Environmental Indicator: Monitoring a Bed in Southern Florida”

“The Power of the Ring: Professional Boxing and American Identity, 1890-1940”