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plus The American Involvement in Viet Nam: 1945-1954

       Author: My Ngo Thi Ngoc
         Chair: Bresler
Mont/Year: Dec. 1981

plus Commitment: The Building Of George Rapp's Monument

       Author: Mary Alice Herrle
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: Aug. 1981

plus A History of the Steelton School System Since 1880

       Author: William Starsinic
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: May 1982

plus More Women Candidates: Development of a Curriculum and Training Manual for Women Entering the Political Arena

       Author: Nancy Spiers
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: May 1982

plus The Pennsylvania Sedition Trials of The Pennsylvania Sedition Trials of Steve Nelson

       Author: Donald Cornish
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: July 1982

plus High School Girls: A Comparison of Students in Japan and the U.S.

       Author: Kazuko Eizuru
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: June 1983

plus Connecticut River Valley Slide Presentation

       Author: Melonie Gamache
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: April 1983

plus The Disintegration of Three American Heroes: Dimmesdale, Pierre, and Usher

       Author: Bill Bercik
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: Oct. 1983

plus USS North Carolina BB 55: An American Memorial

       Author: Robert O'Donovan
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: July 1984

plus Horace Bonham: York's Forgotten Artist

       Author: Carol Kearney
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: May 1985

plus The Importance of Catharine Maria Sedgwickin the Progression of American Literature

       Author: Mary L. Moyer
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: March 1985

plus NineteenthCentury Depictions of the Susquehanna River: Man's Harmony with Nature

       Author: Maureen P. Reed
         Chair: Mahar
Mont/Year: March 1985

plus The Establishment of St. Ann's Roman Catholic Church and the Italian-American Influence in

       Author: John Fortino
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: Feb. 1985

plus A Pledge of Allegiance: Mennonites' Nonresistance

       Author: Valerie Metzler
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: March 1986

plus The Federalization of a Western Frontier Town Alamogordo, New Mexico 1942-1946

       Author: Tiner Lamancusa
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: June 1986

plus Susquehannock Indian Material Culture and European Trade Goods: A Blending of Cultures

       Author: William Mangold
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: Dec. 1987

plus The Traditional Rug Hookers of Carroll County, Maryland

       Author: Helen Griebel
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: July 1987

plus The Donegal Mills Plantation: A Video History (Includes a Video)

       Author: Thomas Boyle
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: March 1989

plus Two Fictional American Heroines of the 1930s: Scarlett O'Hara and Ma Joad

       Author: Hiromi Yoshida
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: April 1989

plus Laura Ingalls Wilder as a Western Historian: A Comparison of Modern Feminist Scholarship and the "Little House" Books

       Author: Richard Mazzatesta
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: April 1989

plus Food of the Northern Civil War Soldier

       Author: Wallace Walker
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: Oct. 1989

plus Changing Views of the Wyoming Massacre

       Author: Charles Cassidy
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Nov. 1989

plus German POWs In Carlisle Pennsylvania, 1944-1945

       Author: Diane Kallman
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: Dec. 1989

plus The PA German Tombstones of Isaac Faust Stiehly (1800-1869)

       Author: William Richardson
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 1990

plus Smiles Across the Counter: A History of Stainless Steel Diners and Their Relationship to American Community

       Author: Mark Howell
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: May 1990

plus If Not Completely Satisfied Welcome to the Real World: Failed and Unfulfilled Lives in Am Literature

       Author: Eric Fretz
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: Dec. 1990

plus Volunteerism in Am Society: A Study of Men Who Volunteer in Central PA

       Author: Judith Cadieux
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 1991

plus The Mazur Family Comes to America: A Study in Slovak Immigration and Assimilation

       Author: Kathleen Matason
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: May 1991

plus Choosing a Career in America: Factors Influencing Occupational Choice in Dauphin County High School Freshmen

       Author: Carol Schuck
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: Dec. 1991

plus The Pennsylvania Turnpike as a Candidate for Professional Historic Conservation, with preliminary field research

       Author: Robert Beeman
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: Dec. 1991

plus Chair and Cabinetmakers of Carlisle, Cumberland County, and Harrisburg, Dauphin County between 1785-1835

       Author: Peter Seibert
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: Feb. 1992

plus Giving Life to the Past: The Renewal of Galveston's 1877 Barque Elissa as a Problem in American Maritime Material Culture

       Author: Douglas Manger
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 1992

plus To the Northwest Coast and 'Round the World: The Adventures of John Walters, Merchant Sailor

       Author: Roger McCoy
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Aug. 1992

plus The Section of Fine Arts Murals Located in the Harrisburg Division of the United States Postal Service (Slides separate)

       Author: Dale Ferguson
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: March 1992

plus American Public Sentiment as a Factor in President Lyndon B. Johnson's Decision to Escalate U.S. Involvement in the Vietnam War in March 1965

       Author: John Denniston
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: May 1992

plus Disney Animation: The Development of a 20th Century Art Form

       Author: Donald Snyder
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: May 1993

plus The Settlement of Wright's Ferry,1726-1800: A Community Study

       Author: Willis L. Shirk
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: July 1993

plus The Girl Scout Handbook: A Study in Continuity

       Author: Lorinda M. Krause
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: Oct. 1993

plus "She Died A Lot Harder": The Changing Image of Ethel Rosenberg in American Mass Culture, 1950-53

       Author: Scott A. Briell
         Chair: Hirsch
Mont/Year: Dec. 1993

plus No Small Matter: Politics and a Small-Town Editor

       Author: James McClure
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 1994

plus “Clean Home, Clean Town, Clean Lives” - The Ideology of Domesticity and Its Impact on Women's Benevolent Organizations in Dauphin and Cumberland Counties, PA 1875-1920

       Author: Christine Amadure-Bard
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 1993

plus Korean Presidential Politics and Its Relation to American Constitutionalism and Campaign Practices

       Author: Kyung Hwan Noh
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 1994

plus The Image of America Through Japanese Eyes: The Analysis of Japanese Travel Guidebooks to the United States

       Author: Eri Sekiguchi
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 1994

plus Symbols, History, and Present-Day Realities: Pennsylvania's 6th Congressional District

       Author: David Argall
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: Dec. 1993

plus "A Finer Focus of Pleasurable Living" Changes in Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Agriculture, 1880-1920

       Author: Stephen Miller
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: Fall 1994

plus A Century of Neglect: Rethinking American Popular Opinion of Hawai'i

       Author: Kenneth Patrick
         Chair: Hirsch
Mont/Year: Fall 1994

plus Unrest in an Industrial Utopia: The 1937 Hershey Chocolate Strike

       Author: Thomas Garrett
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Spring 1995

plus Features and Benefits: The Mechanics of Turn-of-the Century Food Advertising in The Ladies' Home Journal, 1895-1905

       Author: Charles Alford
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Spring 1995

plus The Susquehannock Sourcebook: A Curriculum Guide To South-Central Pennsylvania's Woodland Indian History

       Author: Joyce White
         Chair: Hirsch
Mont/Year: May 1995

plus Appealing Images? Images of People with Disabilities in Advertising, Fundraising and the Media 1968-1995 the Media, 1968-1995 the Media, 1968-1995

       Author: Catherine Pagliuca
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: May 1995

plus The Reality, Myth and Romance of Whaling and the Evolution of an American Style in Paintings, Prints and Illustrated Books, 1831-1926

       Author: Michael P. Dyer
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: March 1996

plus The Mennonite Women Who Served as Missionaries to Tanganyika: 1934-1947

       Author: Sheri L. Wenger
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: April 1996

plus To Make Them Learned and Wise: The Pennsylvania Female College, 1853-1861

       Author: Anne Marie Ickes
         Chair: Hirsch
Mont/Year: Jan. 1996

plus The Fort Hunter Story: A Microcosm of American History

       Author: Carl A. Dickson
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: May 1996

plus Wood Chip Trail Across America: Public Response, and the Heroic Indian Head Sculptures of Peter Wolf Toth

       Author: Brenda Gale Beasley
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: Dec. 1996

plus A Lawyer's Life: The Journal of Charles C. Rawn, of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1831-32

       Author: Margo C. Groff
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 1996

plus "No Mean City": The Burgeoning Municipality and Culture of the Inland City Opera House of South Central

       Author: Daryl Umberger
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 1996

plus George Edwin Brumbaugh: Pioneer Restoration Architect and the Restoration of the Thompson-Neely House

       Author: Martin Hackett
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: May 1997

plus People, Power and Politics: The Struggle for Pennsylvania's Independence

       Author: Scott Renfro
         Chair: Hirsch
Mont/Year: May 1997

plus Cultural Adaptation to Tourism: Frybread, Turquoise and Silver Jewelry, Rus and the Navajo

       Author: Cyndi Freeman Fail
         Chair: Hirsch
Mont/Year: May 1997

plus Losing Hope: The Lives and Voices of Home-less Women in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1997

       Author: Melissa Vayda
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 1997

plus Out of the Darkness and into the Shadows: A look at images of gays and lesbians on prime-time network television, 1989-1997

       Author: Staci Burgess
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 1997

plus Fred Bear: A Twentieth Century American Entrepreneur and the Wilderness Experience

       Author: Jeffrey Waring
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: Dec. 1997

plus The Apple Industry in Adams County, Pennsylvania: From Conception Through World War II

       Author: Carol Maholtz
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: May 1998

plus Andrew Sullivan and the Rise of Gay Conservatism in the 1990s

       Author: Ted Sickler
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: May 1998

plus Representations of Patriarchy in Novels Written by Three African-American Women Writers of the Harlem Renaissance

       Author: Susan C. Nooney
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: May 1998

plus The Rutherford Manuscript: A Study of Late Nineteenth Century Foodways in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

       Author: David Steen
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: May 1998

plus Intercultural Marriage Between Chinese and Americans: A Survey of Characteristics and Experiences

       Author: Hannah H. Wang
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: May 1998

plus The Inspiration for Sweet Success a Portrait of Catherine S. Hershey

       Author: Deborah Wescott
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: May 1998

plus George Croghan's Role in Indian Trade and Policy in Pennsylvania, 1748-1775

       Author: Mark Harwell
         Chair: Hirsch
Mont/Year: Aug. 1998

plus Women and Currier and Ives

       Author: Linda Baker
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: May 1998

plus The Pennsylvania State Board of Censors (Motion Picture)

       Author: Richard Saylor
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: May 1999

plus America's Search for a Usable Past: Holger Cahill and the Index of American Design

       Author: Emily Parsons
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 1999

plus "In Flew Enza": The October 1918 Spanish Influenza Epidemic in Pottsville, Pennsylvania

       Author: Michelle Jacobs
         Chair: Hirsch
Mont/Year: May 1999

plus Life in the Lumbering Town of Leetonia,Pennsylvania, from 1894 to 1906: A Historical Interpretation of The Memoirs of Leo Bailey

       Author: Craig Cassel
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: Aug. 1999

plus Henry William Stiegel and the American Flint Glass Manufactory

       Author: Eloise M. Berntheizel
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 2000

plus From Paleo to Pavement: Cultural Resources Management and the Interpretation of 10,000 years of Prehistory Along the Susquehanna River

       Author: David C. Bibler
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: May 2000

plus Cleaning Up Harrisburg: The Good Government Reforms of Mayor Vance C. McCormick, 1902-1903

       Author: Thomas C. Clark
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: May 2000

plus The Railroad Strike of 1877 and The Greenback-Labor Party in Harrisburg

       Author: Charles Richmond
         Chair: Patterson
Mont/Year: May 2000

plus A Pennsylvania German Midwife: The Life and Times of Susanna Rohrer Miller 1791-1815

       Author: Sheila A. Rohrer
         Chair: Hirsch
Mont/Year: May 2000

plus Summer Camp: A Reflection of Change and Continuity in American Consciousness

       Author: Kathryn Kingsbury
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: Dec. 2000

plus An Aesthetic Contemplation of Systemic Violence: Andy Warhol’s Pop Art in the Context of American Culture and Art Scene: 1955-1965

       Author: Ivana Takacova
         Chair: Gennari
Mont/Year: Dec. 2000

plus Using Creative Mitigation to Meet the Historic Preservation Needs of Communities

       Author: Gretchen Yarnall
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 2001

plus A Social Interpretation of the Lives of York County Gunsmiths

       Author: Daniel Craven
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 2001

plus About the Fog

       Author: Melissa A. Fisher
         Chair: Dorman
Mont/Year: May 2001

plus A History of the Events and Influences Surrounding the Sherman, Texas Race Riot of 1930

       Author: Jennifer R. Jones
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 2001

plus “Home-Made Work:” Horse-Drawn Vehicle Manufacturers and the Advent of the Automobile in Tioga County, Pennsylvania, 1880-1920

       Author: Emily A. Murphy
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 2001

plus The Ephrata Cloister: from Ruin to Relic

       Author: Stephen G. Somers
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: May 2001

plus Man on the Moon: Journalistic Coverage of the First Manned Landing on the Moon, July 20, 1969

       Author: Koichi Hasegawa
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: Dec. 2001

plus The Allen: Revitalization of a Small-Town Theater

       Author: Mary Herster
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 2001

plus Outlaws, Soldiers and Warriors: The New Brand of Female Characters in American Film

       Author: Carrie L.M.Stull
         Chair: C. Ross
Mont/Year: Dec. 2001

plus Culture Clash and Captivity: The McCullough Manuscript, a Captivity Narrative

       Author: Kim M. Samilo
         Chair: Boudreau
Mont/Year: May 2002

plus A Social and Economic History of the Weaver Organ and Piano Company, York, PA, 1870-1959

       Author: Andrew Weaver
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 2002

plus Working-Class Students at Dickinson College: Crossing Class Boundaries and Living in Two Worlds

       Author: Brenda Bretz
         Chair: Dorman
Mont/Year: May 2002

plus William McCormick and the Olivet Boys’ Clubs: A Documentary Record

       Author: Karen Tickner
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: May 2002

plus “You Are the Potter and I the Clay”: And Apprenticeship with Pearl S. Buck

       Author: Cherie Fieser
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: May 2002

plus Wheat’s Tigers The 1st Special Louisiana Battalion in the American Civil War

       Author: Gary Schreckengost
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: Dec. 1999

plus Loyal Lawyer: Charles C. Rawn’s Southern Trip and His Final Days in Harrisburg As Recorded in His Journals, Summer 1861 and Fall 1865

       Author: Angela L. Eifert Key
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: August 2002

plus Victorian Women’s Clothing in York, Pennsylvania

       Author: Nicole M. Bangert
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: Dec. 2002

plus The Cigar Industry in York City, Pennsylvania

       Author: Amanda M. Hickey
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: Dec. 2002

plus (EMP3 Submission) Understanding the Revolutionary Woman: The Commonplace Book of Elizabeth Graeme Fergusson

       Author: Nicole Snyder
         Chair: Boudreau
Mont/Year: Dec. 2002

plus Engle v. Vitale: Legacy of a Landmark

       Author: Elizabeth A. Sparks
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: Dec. 2002

plus Monuments of their Glory: Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regimental Histories of the Civil War Era

       Author: Raymond P. Chrobak
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 2002

plus AA Baseball’s Impact in Southern Pennsylvania

       Author: Daniel P. Black
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2003

plus Art and Crises, American Art Created in Response to September 11, 2001 and World War II

       Author: Maureen M. Lane
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: May 2003

plus Tales from the Distaff: Narratives of Pink Collar Workers as an Expression of Workplace Dynamics

       Author: Janis M. Lyman
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 2003

plus The Penningtonville Presbyterian Church The Early Years: 1851-1878

       Author: Marian L. Cabott
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: Aug 2003

plus Wilhelm Schimmel: Cumberland County “Image Maker” 1817-1890

       Author: Karl H. Pass
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: Dec. 2003

plus Buddhism and Henry David Thoreau: Walden, His Internal Journey

       Author: Yumi Makita
         Chair: Dorman
Mont/Year: Dec. 2003

plus The Social and Cultural Impact of the Ballroom Scene Upon Central Pennsylvania

       Author: Sandra L. Prueitt
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2003

plus Echoes of a Splendid War: The Spanish-American War and the American Idea

       Author: David L. Wyche
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2003

plus Lancaster County Food Systems: Sustainable and Traditional Foodways Meld

       Author: Amy Pyle Bruning
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2004

plus A World of Their Own The Material Culture of Eighteenth-century Chesapeake Slave Quarters

       Author: Andrea L. Glass-Heffner
         Chair: Boudreau
Mont/Year: May 2004

plus Manic-Depression and Suicide Among The Artists of the New York School of Abstract Expressionism

       Author: Sean P. Kennedy
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: May 2004

plus Highways Through A Darkroom: A Study of the Pennsylvania Department Of Highways/Transportation Photographic Files, 1905-1980

       Author: Paul G. Farmer
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: Dec. 2004

plus Nebraska Amish Needlework Textiles: Female Makers in the Yost B. Yoder Family, Voices of Self and Community

       Author: Tammy J. Friedrich
         Chair: Richman
Mont/Year: Dec. 2004

plus The Equal Rights Amendment: Interpreting the Debate

       Author: Jessica Kubiske
         Chair: Boudreau
Mont/Year: Dec. 2004

plus The Changing View of the “GreatestGeneration” from World War II to the President

       Author: Andrew M. Dixon
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2005

plus Ecology, Wilderness and the Ski Industry: Killing Nature By Connecting With It

       Author: Robert H. Eiswert
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2005

plus Civil Rights and Religious Wrongs: The Presbyterian Schism Over Angela Davis

       Author: Stephen F. Feldmann
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2005

plus Paradoxical Views on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: from the perspective of various authors

       Author: April Rabe
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2005

plus The Vessel Never Filled: The Love Story of Henry, Bon and Judith in William Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom!

       Author: Karen A. Sichler
         Chair: Haddad
Mont/Year: May 2005

plus Red and Black: Aaron Douglas and the Influence of Communism on African-American Art in the 1930s

       Author: Amanda Lasley
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: August 2005

plus Common Schools in Pennsylvania: The Evolution of Free Education, 1682-1836

       Author: Katharine Lehman
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 2005

plus The Challenge to Prohibition Enforcement In the Early 1920s: Money and Human Nature in Central Pennsylvania

       Author: Christopher Potts
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 2005

plus A Cultural Resources Management Model Based on Archaeological Investigations Of the Eighteenth Georgia Winter Camp-site, Dumfries, Prince William County, Virginia

       Author: Kimberly Sebastyen
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2005

plus The First Mayors of Harrisburg: Issues, Election Results, and Who They Were

       Author: Michael Stanilla
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 2005

plus Hidden Messages: A Glimpse into Barbie’s Role in Defining the American Woman

       Author: Tiffany Marie Hall
         Chair: Haddad
Mont/Year: May 2006

plus In the World but not Of the World: Evangelicalism and James Dobson’s Quest for American Culture

       Author: Sheila Hansen
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2006

plus References for the Research of the First Half of the 20th Century: A Web-based Bibliography

       Author: Sarah Ann McDermott
         Chair: Haddad
Mont/Year: May 2006

plus Looking Forward to a Great Past: J. Howard Wert and the Civil War as Experience And Memory

       Author: Stephen S. Noel
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: May 2006

plus Prison’s Echo: Sun Imagery in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby

       Author: Kelly Ann Ohler
         Chair: Haddad
Mont/Year: May 2006

plus The Universal Syndication: Web 2.0 and How the World Citizen Become Interdependent in the 21st Century

       Author: Susumu Onuma
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2006

plus From Immigrants to Steeltonians to Americans: Slavic/Balkan Ethnicity In a Small Mill Town

       Author: Stephen Chortanoff
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: Aug. 2006

plus Cultivating the National Nursery: Peter Parley and the Creation of the American Child

       Author: Roberta J. Boch-Parker
         Chair: Haddad
Mont/Year: Dec. 2006

plus No Stone Left Unturned: The Repointing Of American Values

       Author: Thomas L. Hawkins
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2006

plus Diary of a Signal Corps Soldier: Luther C. Furst in the Civil War

       Author: Jason S. Jones
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year:

plus The Lost Generation of English Romantics As Windows on Political and Cultural Hegemony

       Author: Kyle A. Schlett
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2006

plus Doves of a Different Feather: Mennonites And the Antiwar Movement During Vietnam

       Author: Holly Scott
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2006

plus Political Rhetoric and the Founding Fathers: An Analysis of Contemporary Voices and their Claims on Original Intent

       Author: Stefan Wentling
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2006

plus An Interdisciplinary Approach to Museum Exhibition: The Making of Along the Susquehanna: How the River Shapes Our Region

       Author: Darcie Beecroft
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 2007

plus Saharan Rose Planted in Western Soil

       Author: Sarah Elkalban
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2007

plus “The Graves that Divide Us” and Other Stories from the Balkans

       Author: Mario Fromml
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2007

plus What Can Brown Do For You?

       Author: Kristofor Rico
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2007

plus The Providence of God: Elizabeth Ashbridge’s Religious Journey of 1753

       Author: Karen Wolfe
         Chair: Boudreau
Mont/Year: May 2007

plus A Faster Than a Speeding Bullet Contextual Analysis of the Conditions Responsible For “It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman: The Musical”

       Author: Mathew Muenster
         Chair: Haddad
Mont/Year: Aug. 2007

plus Twenty Six Months In The Army The Civil War Journal Of Private David Q. Allen 23rd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry

       Author: Susan Peters
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Aug. 2007

plus Nineteenth-Century American Presidential Scandals

       Author: Heather Audet
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: Dec. 2007

plus Advertising Rhetoric: A Vehicle for Propagating and Purchasing an American Identity

       Author: Jennifer Bisht
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2007

plus Dr. Henry Janes: A Village Doctor and Civil War Surgeon

       Author: Janet L. Bucklew
         Chair: Boudreau
Mont/Year: Dec. 2007

plus Harrisburg's 1821 Ordinance: The Creation of a Racial Divide?

       Author: Michele Garcia
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 2007

plus Myspace.com: Modern Folklore

       Author: Danielle Renee Long
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2007

plus April Sprague-Smith: An American Artist

       Author: April Sprague-Smith
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2007

plus In Small Places Forgotten: The Artifacts Recovered from Under, Between, and Within the Spaces of Dritt Mansion

       Author: Steven W. Brann
         Chair: Veder
Mont/Year: May 2008

plus Keeping Time in America: How the Industrial Revolution Changed the American Concept of Time, 1880 to 1940

       Author: Lisa Clapper
         Chair: Veder
Mont/Year: May 2008

plus Death and Disease in Harrisburg, 1906-1908

       Author: Reiko Gibson
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: May 2008

plus Genetically Modified Food and the American Experience

       Author: Belinda Hahn
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2008

plus Richard Wright’s “Bigger” Message: Racial Stereotype and the Metaphor Of Blindness in Native Son

       Author: Brandy Henry
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2008

plus Capitalism: An Adaptive Tool

       Author: Mary E. Kohler
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2008

plus The Implications and Affect of Intercollegiate Athletics on a Small College

       Author: Kevin P. Larkin
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2008

plus The Backbone of Early American The Backbone of Early American Industry: Iron-Making in Central Pennsylvania, 1735-1900

       Author: Harry Nusser
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2008

plus The Proper Équipage: Tea and Tea Ware at James Logan’s Stenton

       Author: Dennis S. Pickeral
         Chair: Boudreau
Mont/Year: May 2008

plus Keeping Up Morale: Baseball Contributions and Controversies During World War I

       Author: Jill Seib
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2008

plus My Dear Sir: A Collection of Letters Between Thomas Clemson and Elias Baker

       Author: Season E. Consiglio
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: Dec. 2008

plus The Journal of Charles Rawn – April 1, 1860 to September 30, 1860 (Book 26)

       Author: Kim Hostetter
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 2008

plus Reagan Democrats Three Decades Later: Lessons from a Pennsylvania County in 2008

       Author: Kimberlee Neitz
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2009

plus Betwixt & Between: The Ambiguous Space of Protestant Missionary Wives, 1820-1860

       Author: Melanie Steimle
         Chair: Haddad
Mont/Year: May 2009

plus Hattie Brunner: Memory Painter

       Author: Jan Rebenstorff-Swinehart
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 2009

plus Saints and Soldiers: Mormon Motivation for Fighting in the Civil War

       Author: Brant W. Ellsworth
         Chair: Dr. Michael Barton
Mont/Year: August 2009

plus The Star Barn: Its Past History, Present Condition, and Future Plans

       Author: Mark Opreska
         Chair: Dr. Simon Bronner
Mont/Year: Dec. 2009

plus One Man is an Island: Woody Allen and New York City

       Author: Megan McGee
         Chair: Dr. Yvonne Sims
Mont/Year: Dec. 2009

plus They Say We've Gone Native: The role of the Military Advisor During Combat Operations

       Author: Robert Robinson
         Chair: Dr. Michael Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 2009

plus Mildred's Beauty Shop: A Glimpse into a 1930s Pennsylvania Beauty Parlor

       Author: Christine Geiselman
         Chair: Dr. Simon Bronner
Mont/Year: May 2010

plus The American Flag House: A Historical Analysis of American Patriotic Folklore and the Betsy Ross House

       Author: Todd Kokis
         Chair: Dr. Michael Barton
Mont/Year: May 2010

plus Progressive Era Concerns About Character: How Ernest Seton's and Daniel Beard's Scouting Principles Helped the Boy Scouts of America to Develop Character in Boys

       Author: John Wolgamuth, Jr.
         Chair: Dr. Michael Barton
Mont/Year: May 2010

plus Regarding Literary Friends and Foes: The Story of Vietnamese Exiled Writers in the United States

       Author: Cuc Nguyen
         Chair: Dr. Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2010

plus Modern Day Mormon Pilgrimages: Sacred Places, Heritage Sites

       Author: Beth Orton
         Chair: Dr. Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2010

plus "The Absent One": The Life of William W. Goldsborough as a Confederate Prisoner of War

       Author: Lyndsay Morrison
         Chair: Dr. Michael Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 2010

plus Math Problem of the Week

       Author: William Binder
         Chair: Dr. Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2010

plus Shells, Flowers and Other Ornaments, for Sale on Moderate Terms: Inlay in Federal America

       Author: Stephen Latta
         Chair: Dr. Irwin Richman
Mont/Year: Dec. 2010

plus "The Keystone to Conservation": Maurice Goddard, Pennsylvania, and His Legacy of Environmental Accomplishments

       Author: Mark Layser
         Chair: Dr. Simon Bronner
Mont/Year: Dec. 2010

plus Civil Rights at the Local Level: The Use of a Charrette to Quell Race Riots and Improve Race-Related Problems in York, Pennsylvania

       Author: Kristin Lease
         Chair: Dr. Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2010

plus Your Humble Obedient Servant: The Revolutionary Contribution of the Carlisle Barracks

       Author: Matthew Peterson
         Chair: Dr. Michael Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 2010

plus Forgotten Heroes: Whalemen in the American Imagination

       Author: Steven Standridge
         Chair: Dr. Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2010

plus The Art of Trains: American Railroad Calendar Art of the 20th Century

       Author: Nicholas Gotwalt
         Chair: Dr. Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus Between the Shots Fired: The Spanish-American War Through the Eyes of the Veterans and How the War is Studied a Century Later

       Author: Lindsay Harlow
         Chair: Dr. Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus Spiritual Crisis in Early Cold War America: Whittaker Chambers, Reinhold Niebuhr, and Perry Miller

       Author: Matthew Lavelle
         Chair: Dr. Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus How Hershey Made Hockey in Central Pennsylvania

       Author: Joanne Magee
         Chair: Dr. Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus Historical References in the Simposons as a Resource in Social Studies Education

       Author: Brian Adams
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus Uncivil Liberties: The Manhattan Declaration's Impact on Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Marriage Rites

       Author: Sarah Clark
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus Who You Gonna Call? ghostbusters!: An Exploration of America's Obsession with Ghost Literature, Tours and TV Shows

       Author: Lynsey Douglas
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus Fashion and Identity: Exploring How the Visual Language of Fashion and Magazines Reflects the Identity of Generation Y

       Author: Jose Feliciano
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus The Diary of Charles C. Rawn: January 1, 1854 to December 31, 1854

       Author: Jennifer Gleim
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus The Art of Trains: American Railroad Calendar Art of the 20th Century

       Author: Nicholas Gotwalt
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus Between the Shots Fired: The Spanish-American War Through the Eyes of the Veterans and How the War is Studied a Century Later

       Author: Lindsay Harlow
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus A Mother Fathering Her Nest: Expressive Meaning in the Nesting Experiences of Mormon Women

       Author: Nancy Jones
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus An English Translation of Louisianian Author Alfred Mercier's French-Written Nineteenth-Century Novel L'Habitation Saint-Ybars

       Author: Elizabeth Julian
         Chair: Bronner
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus Spiritual Crisis in Early Cold War America: Whittaker Chambers, Reinhold Niebuhr, and Perry Miller

       Author: Matthew Lavelle
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus How Hershey Made Hockey in Central Pennsylvania

       Author: Joanne Magee
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus Daubers and Drag Queens: A Scholar's Journey into Obscure Bingo Culture

       Author: Cecilia McNaughton
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus World-Aware Yet Community-Challenged: An Examination of the American Teenager's Understanding of Community as Conveyed through High School Student Newspapers in the Internet Age

       Author: Kate Muir
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2011

plus Pocahontas: American Icon--How We Define Her and How She Defines Us

       Author: DeMarco, Jennifer Brooke
         Chair: Ross
Mont/Year: August 2011

plus From White Elephants to Whiz Kids: A Cultural Interpretation of Philadelphia Baseball in the Twentieth Century

       Author: Michael Cherry
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: December 2011

plus The Incredible Saga of the 1972 Canada-Soviet Summit

       Author: Reginald Paul MacPhee
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: December 2011

plus The Iceberg: Robert Scholes' Textual Power and Ernest Hemingway

       Author: Stephen Knox MacPherson
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2011

plus The Life and Legacy of Milton Hershey

       Author: Andrew Miller
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2011

plus The 1861 Diary of a Confederate Lieutenant John B. Richardson, First Company, Washington Artillery Battalion of New Orleans

       Author: Paul M. Miller
         Chair: Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 2011

plus An American in South Africa: John Blake, America and the Boer War

       Author: Wes Swanson
         Chair: Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2011

plus The Great American Mecca: How Has Walt Disney World Hel Relevance in the American Psyche

       Author: Amber Debarr
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2012

plus The Engineers’ Society of Pennsylvania in the Progressive Era

       Author: Stephen Bachmann
         Chair: Michael Barton
Mont/Year: May 2012

plus Airborne All the Way: A Sky Soldier’s Experience In Vietnam’s 173rd Airborne Brigade

       Author: Elizabeth Bartholow
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2012

plus The Transformation of Steelton and its Community From 1866-2000, or, What is a Roller?

       Author: Brooke Conjar
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2012

plus Sportianity: The New American Religion

       Author: Jason Cross
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2012

plus Macbeth: In Translation-A Revised Edition of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth for 21st Century American Teens

       Author: Douglas Grove
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2012

plus Regionalism, Identity and Loyalty: Transcending Stateways

       Author: Kendra Gruber
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2012

plus Books Were Their Arrows: Libraries and Reading Culture in Federal American Indian Schools, 1869-1928

       Author: Bernadette Lear
         Chair: Anne Verplanck
Mont/Year: May 2012

plus A Scary Christmas to All and to All a Good Fright:A Study of the Relationship Between Christmas and Fear and its History in America

       Author: Ashley Prah
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2012

plus The New Negro Movement: Langston Hughes and Harlem Renaissance

       Author: Arline Rochkind
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2012

plus Battlestar America: Viewing 21st Century American Culture and Society Through the Lens of Battlestar Galactica

       Author: Patrick Stager
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2012

plus Creating American Girlhood: Girl Scouting 1930-1949

       Author: Tara Trovitch
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2012

plus Bronze Ladies: Memorializing Women of Wars In America

       Author: Charlotte Albert
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: Aug. 2012

plus America and the League of Nations: From A World of Promise, to Failure and Collapse

       Author: Razvan Viteazu
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: Aug. 2012

plus Camelot Remembered: A Study and Exhibit of The MHS Camelot Room

       Author: Susan Alger
         Chair: John Haddad
Mont/Year: Dec. 2012

plus Violet Oakley, American Artist, Modern Day Activist

       Author: Carol Buck
         Chair: Anne Verplanck
Mont/Year: Dec. 2012

plus The Civil War Diary of Dr. George W. Gordon: Surgeon of the 18th Indiana Infantry

       Author: Maureen Frei
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2012

plus Change in Urban America: The Early 20th Century Through the Works of Henry Kitchell Webster

       Author: Peter Lehman
         Chair: John Haddad
Mont/Year: Dec. 2012

plus Reading American Girlhood: Understanding American History Through the World of American Girl

       Author: Carla Pacitti
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2012

plus Golf Course Architecture and Design as American Cultural Indicator: Past, Present, and Future

       Author: Elwood Williard
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2012

plus Margaret Criswell Disert, A Story: The Undercurrents of American Feminism Before 1960

       Author: Sarah Wilson
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2012

plus A Subversive Generation: 1920s College Studies and the Invention of American Campus Culture

       Author: Christy Zerfing
         Chair: John Haddad
Mont/Year: Dec. 2012

plus The Sandusky Story: How A “Smallish” Newspaper Broke the Biggest Scandal in College Sports

       Author: Cate Barron
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2013

plus The Lingering Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend: The Work of Winsor McCay and the Development of the Art of Comics and Animation

       Author: Peter Bryan
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2013

plus Fashionably Late: Nineteenth-Century Clothing in in the Nineteenth and Twenty-First Centuries

       Author: Jolene Busher
         Chair: Michael Barton
Mont/Year: May 2013

plus When I Write of Hunger: American Food Writing in the 20th and 21st Centuries

       Author: Katherine Gorrell
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2013

plus The Space Cowboy: Postmodern Infusions into an American Archetype

       Author: Rebecca Guest
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2013

plus Refashioning the Museum: Improving the Interpretation of Historic Dress in Museum Exhibitions

       Author: Katie McGowan
         Chair: Anne Verplanck
Mont/Year: May 2013

plus Reading Daniel Harvey Hill: Contributions to the Lost Cause Mythos from the Civil War through the Twenty-First Century

       Author: Kacie Morrell
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2013

plus Trouble in Bohemia: Racial Fragmentation in the Underground Press, 1967-68

       Author: James Oudenhoven
         Chair: John Haddad
Mont/Year: May 2013

plus Three Panoptic Case Studies: How the Meanings of Historical Memories and Objects Change Over Time

       Author: Jacqueline Reed
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2013

plus Not So Harmless: How Pseudoscience Harms People And Clouds Judgment

       Author: Andrew Simms
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May 2013

plus Barcelona Fan Clubs in the United States: Community Building, Transnational Connections and Socio-Political Identities

       Author: Anna Visent Molne
         Chair: Simon Bronner
Mont/Year: Aug. 2013

plus The Early Fiction of Charles Christian Wertenbaker:A Lesson in Southern and Virginia History, Culture, and Identity

       Author: Mark Gross
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2013

plus Good Dog, Bad Dog: The Public Perception of the Pit Bull in American Culture

       Author: Aubrey Grosser
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2013

plus Teaching the History of Perry County, Pennsylvania:A Course for Susquenita High School

       Author: Jason Haley
         Chair: Michael Barton
Mont/Year: Dec. 2013

plus A Man, a River and the Radio: The Story of Gordie Kilgore, KDTH and the Great Dubuque Flood of 1965

       Author: Alyssa Sage
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: Dec. 2013

plus A 21st Century Orphan Cemetery; the Palmyra Cemetery

       Author: John Karavage
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May. 2014

plus Victory to Defeat: The Role and Influence of Confidence in the Battle of Chancellorsville

       Author: Lauren Sidun
         Chair: Anne Verplanck
Mont/Year: May. 2014

plus Culture, Courts and Christianity Coping with Gender Transgression in America

       Author: Jeanine Ruhsam
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May. 2014

plus From Barnum to Mutter: America’s Nineteenth Century Freak Shows and American Medical Education Advancement

       Author: Brooke Messmer
         Chair: Charles Kupfer
Mont/Year: May. 2014

plus Policing Boundaries How Border Patrol Agents of Mexican/Hispanic Ancestry Negotiate and Establish their Identity in the Borderlands of Southern California

       Author: Blayke Barker
         Chair: Anthony Buccitelli
Mont/Year: May. 2014

plus Influences of a Country: The Changing Artistic Style Influences of a Country: The Changing Artistic Style of Paul Weber

       Author: Sarah Anne Klapper-Lehman
         Chair: Anne Verplanck
Mont/Year: May. 2014

plus Arise The Black Student Takeover and Radical Movement for Educational Change at Franklin & Marshal College 1967-1969

       Author: Todd, Mealy
         Chair: Michael Barton
Mont/Year: May. 2014