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2015

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 n 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 Inviolabiity: 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


Mt. McKinley, Denali National Park, Alaska