Our graduates and their dissertation titles:
This Species Of Property: Slavery And The Properties Of Subjecthood In Anglo-American Law And Politics, 1619-1783
Nicholas D. Cross
Interstate Alliances Of The Fourth-Century Bce Greek World: A Socio-Cultural Perspective
Engagement And Resistance: African Americans, Saudi Arabia And Islamic Transnationalisms, 1975 To 2000
Fallible Justice: The Dilemma Of The British In The Gold Coast, 1874-1944
Conflict And Cooperation: Western Economic Interests In Ottoman Iraq 1894-1914
Timothy Scott Johnson
The French Revolution In The French-Algerian War (1954-1962): Historical Analogy And The Limits Of French Historical Reason
Suburbs In Black And White: Race, Jobs & Poverty In Twentieth-Century Long Island
"Something On Women For The Crime Bill": The Construction And Passage Of The Violence Against Women Act, 1990-1994
Joseph T. Murphy
Neither A Slave Nor A King: The Antislavery Project And The Origins Of The American Sectional Crisis, 1820-1848
Andrew D.J. Shield
Immigrants In The Sexual Revolution: Perceptions, Participation, And Belonging, The Netherlands And Denmark, 1960s-80s
The Sciences Of The Soul: The Emergence Of Psy-Sciences And The Modern State In Turkey
An Alliance Of Ladies: Power, Public Affairs, And Class Construction In Early National New York City
Love In The Time Of Syphilis: Medicine And Sex In The Ottoman Empire, 1860-1922
Narratives of Interiority: Black Lives in the U.S. Capital 1919 - 1942
The Medicalization of Stress: Hans Selye and the Transformation of the Postwar Medical Marketplace
Chinese Hereditary Mathematician Families of the Astronomical Bureau, 1620-1850
Carl Schmitt and Political Catholicism: Friend or Foe?
Civilizing Settlers: Catholic Missionaries and the Colonial State in French Algeria, 1830-1914
Refugees And Relief: The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and European Jews in Cuba and Shanghai 1938-1943
“To organize the sovereign people”: Political Mobilization in Pennsylvania, 1783-1808
“Something About Women for the Crime Bill”: the Construction and Passage of the Violence Against Women Act, 1990-1994
Protecting the Stranger: The Origins of US Immigration Regulation in Nineteenth-Century New York.
Before Addiction: The Medical History of Alcoholism in Nineteenth-Century France
'Like Iron to a Magnet': Moses Hayim Luzzatto's Quest for Providence.
Imperial Priests and Martyrs: Pretexts for state violence and religious change in France, 1848-1871
Taking the Venereal out of Venereal Disease: The Public Health Campaign Against Syphilis, 1934-1945
For Love and for Justice: Narratives of Lesbian Activism
For Right and Might: The Militarization of the Cold War and the Remaking of American Democracy
The New Deal in Puerto Rico: Public Works, Public Health, and the Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration, 1935-1955
The Fight over John Q: How Labor Won and Lost the Public in Postwar America, 1947-1959
The New Star of 1572 and the Ascendancy of the Mathematical over the Causal Epistemology of Natural Philosophy
The Double-Edged Sword: Smallpox Vaccination and The Politics of Public Health in Cuba
"The Last of the Great Bohemians": Film Poetry, Myth, And Sexuality in Greenwich Village and the Atlantic, 1930-1975
Reorienting American Liberal Judaism for the Twentieth Century: Stephen S. Wise and the Early Years of the Jewish Institute of Religion
Pittsburgh's Response to Deindustrialization: Renaissance, Renewal and Recovery, 1946-1999
The "Feminized" City: New York and Suffrage, 1870-1917
‘Like Iron to a Magnet’: Moses Hayim Luzzatto's Quest for Providence
Reviving Enlightenment in the Age of Nationalism: The Historical and Political Thought of Hans Kohn in America
A Cross-boundary People: The Commercial Activities, Social Networks, and Travel Writings of Japanese and Taiwanese Sekimin in the Shantou Treaty Port (1895-1937)
Rebecca Ann Amato
Alien spaces: Planning, reform, and preservation on the Lower East Side, 1880-2002
Envisioned communities: African American life and the moving pictures, 1896–1927
America's Socrates: Sidney Hook and American Higher Education
The 'Silent Arrival': The second wave of the Great Migration and its effects on black New York, 1940–1950
Rufus King and the history of reading: The use of print in the early American republic
Disease, empire and modernity in the Caribbean: Tuberculosis in Cuba, 1899-1909
The heart of the diaspora: Algerian Jews during the War for Independence, 1954-1962
Books Across Borders and Between Libraries: UNESCO and the Politics of Postwar Cultural Reconstruction, 1945–1951
Homonoia in the Roman Empire
Refugees and Resistance: International Activism for Grassroots Democracy and Human Rights in New York, Miami, and Haiti, 1957 to 1994
How Water Became Public in Progressive-Era New York, 1883-1917
Eating Soviet: Food and Culture in the USSR, 1917-1991
The Biological Engineers: Health Creation and Promotion in the United States, 1880-1920
Sephardic Family Life in the Eighteenth-Century British West Indies
Dangerous Grounds: The American GI Coffeehouse Movement, 1967-1972
Standard Bearers of Liberty and Equality: Reinterpreting the Origins of American Abolitionism
Revolutionary Debt: Attitudes of French Political Elites toward the Domestic Creditors of the State, 1787-1794
Imperial Diplomats: Exploitation, Reform, and the Role of the French Diplomatic Corps in Managing the Napoleonic Empire
Love's Ethics: Sibilla Aleramo and Queer Feminism in Fin de Siècle Italy
The Bright Flash of Peace: Hiroshima in the World, 1945-1995
Transnational Mechanics: Automobility in Mexico, 1895-1950
Mothers Raise the Army: Women's Politics, Popular Culture, and the Great War in America, 1914-1941
Quadrivial Pursuits: Case Studies in the Conceptual Foundation of the Mathematical Arts in the Late Middle Ages
Banditry and Politics in Puebla, 1846-1848: The Contra-guerrilla of Manuel Domínguez and the Mexican-American War
A Race Against Time: Governing Femininity and Reproducing the Future in Revolutionary Iraq, 1945-63
Glory and Infamy: Making the Memory of Duke Alessandro de' Medici in Renaissance Florence
Internationalists! The Radical Party Challenges the Italian Left, 1963-1995
Cigar Workers and the History of the Labor Movement in Puerto Rico, 1890-1920
The Business of Settlement: Land Companies and Colonization in the British Empire, ca 1800-1850
The Role of Ideology in the Black Freedom Struggle in New York City, 1954-1965"
"The Cycling City: Bicycles and the Transformation of Urban America"
"Tinturae Romanorum: Social and Cultural Constructions of Color-Terms in Roman Literature"
"In the Shade of Tocqueville"
"Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution: Harlem's Public Schools, 1910-1954"
"Safe Distance: the Use of Latin America as a Context for Discussing the Unspeakable in the United States, 1826-1861"
"Quadrivial Pursuit: Case Studies in the Conceptual Foundation of the Mathematical Arts in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance"
"Ethnicity in Hagiography: the Case of Dareca/Moninna/Modwenna/Modwenne in the British Isles, Seventh to Thirteenth Centuries"
"Roman Nation: Racializing Italians, 1903-1912"
"Keeping Fear at Bay: Twentieth Century Ecuador and the Eradication of Plague"
"Skin and redemption: Theology in Silent Films, 1902-1927"
"Transcendent Reform: Quaker Women and Social Reform during the Hicksite Schism"
"The Dissolution of a republican: Daniel Waldo Lincoln, 1784-1815"
"Jewish at the Front: The Experience of Jewish Officers in the German Army in World War 1"
"Race and Real Estate: Interracial Conflict and Coexistence in Harlem, 1899-1920"
"Learning to be Modern: American Missionary Colleges in Beirut and Kyoto, 1860-1920"
"To Break Down the Walls: The Politics and Culture of Greenwich Village, 1955-1965"
Amy Van Natter
"The 'Mary Carver" Affair: United States Foreign Policy and the Africa Squadron, 1841-1845"
"American Missionaries, Armenian Community, and the Making of Protestantism in the Ottoman Empire, 1820-1860"
"Sex and the Nation: Sexuality and Criminal Justice in Revolutionary Mexico, 1920-1940"
"Nurses Challenging Subordination: Gender, Class, and Religion in Britain's Crimean War"
"Eduardo Chibas: The Incorrigible Man of Cuban Politics"
Adina S. Goldstein
"The Temptation of Saints in Latin Narrative: England, France, and the Low Countries, 1100-1230"
"Filippo Tommaso Marinetti: The Artist and His Politics"
J. Angus Johnston
"The United States National Student Association: Democracy, Activism, and the Idea of the Student, 1947-1978"
"Goals and Dreams: The Quest to Create Elite Youth Athletes in France, 1958-92"
"More than a Box: The Economic and Social Implications of an Innovation in Freight Transport, 1956-2000"
"The Color of cancer: Disease and the Measure of Race in the United States from the 1920s to the 1990s"
Victoria L. Mondelli
"Female Learning in Early Modern Europe: Advocates and Institutions"
Lucas S. Waltzer
"An Uneasy Idealism: The Reconstruction of American Adolescence from World War II to the War on Poverty"
"Identity in Transatlantic Play: Il Duce's National Project in Argentina"
"Negotiations of Power in a Medieval Society: Ecclesiastical Authority and Secular Rulershipin Little Poland, 1177-1320"
Dorothy M. Browne
"New York City Museums and Cultural Leadership, 1917-1940"
"Performance Culture in Medieval Metz, c. 200-1200"
David Hamilton Golland
"Constructing Affirmative Action: Federal Contract Compliance and the Building Construction Trades, 1956-1973"
James Francis LePree
"Sources of Spirituality and the CaroligianExegetical Tradition"
Delia C. Mellis
"'The Monsters We Defy': Washington, D.C. in the Summer of 1919"
"Fifty Years of Failed Plans: Venice, Humanism, and the Turks, 1453-1503"
"Bachelors and Bunnies: Playboy Magazine and Modern Heterosexuality, 1953-1973"
Ryan T.A. Swihart
"An Ornament and a Promise: Discourses on Culture in Nineteenth-Century America"
"Experimenting with Power: Liberal Psychologists and the Challenge of Social Reform: 1945-1975"
William M. Adams
"Mussolini and Intellectuals in the Republic of Salo, 1943-1945"
Florence W. Asher
Dissertation title:"Money Talk: Women and Wealth in New York's Gilded Age"
Laura M. Chmielewski
Dissertation title:"The Spice of Popery: Euroamericans and Interfaith Conflict with Coexistence on the Maine Frontier, 1688-1727"
Gene F. Fein
Dissertation title:"For Christ and Country: The Christian Front in New York City, 1938-1951"
Steven S. John
Dissertation title:"Permanent Revolution on the Altiplano: Bolivian Trotskyism, 1938-2006"
Robert J. Johnson
Dissertation title:"Trial by Fire: Abraham Lincoln and the Law"
Dissertation title:"En La Vega: The Social and Economic Impact of Tobacco Cultivation in Puerto Rico, 1898-1940"
Scott D. McPartland
Dissertation title:"Almost Edison: How William Sawyer and Others Lost the Race for Electricity"
Patricia M. Nardi
Dissertation: "Mothers at Home: Their Role in Child-Rearing and Instruction in Early Modern Europe"
Dissertation: "The President that Never Was: Meximino Avila Camacho and the Taming of Caudillismo in Early Post-Revolutionary Mexico"
Dissertation: "Hesitating Relations Between Two Worlds: The Civil Rights Odyssey of Robert H. Jackson"
Dissertation: "A Moral Empire: Anxieties about Masculinity and Colonial Governance in Company India, ca. 1780-185"
Richard Van Nort
Dissertation: "The Battle of Adrianople and the Military Doctrine of Vegetiua"
Branko F. Van Oppen de Ruiter
Dissertation: "The Religious Identification of Ptolemaic Queens with Aphrodita, Demater, Hathor"
Christolyn A. Williams
Dissertation title:"Labor Organization, Political Leadership, and Gender Exclusion in Antigua and Barbuda, 1917-1970"
Jonathan A. Epstein
"Between France and Germany: The Formation of Belgian Defense Policy, 1932-1940"
"The Horseman as a Work of Art: Construction of Elite Identities in Early Modern Europe, 1550-1700"
"In Motion Picture Land: A cultural History About the Making of Early Hollywood"
Dissertation title:"The New Freedom and the Radicals: Woodrow Wilson, Progressive Views of Radicalism, and the Origins of Repressive Tolerance, 1900-1924"
"The Radicalization of the British Working Class 1910-1926 and the Impact of the Russian Revolution"
"Bold with Bow and Arrow: Amazons and the Ethnic Gendering of Martial Powers in Ancient Greek and Asian Cultures"
"The National Monarchy and Its Brokers: A Study of Advisers to Nicholas ll"
Daniel A. Wishnoff
"The Tolerance Point: Integration, The Forest Hills Controversy and the Fall of the Public Housing in New York, 1945-1975"
Lawrence H. Witchel
"English Protestant Casuistry: With Special Emphasis on Conscience and Oath-Taking"
Martin V. Woessner
"Being Here: Heidegger in America"