Undergraduate Program

Senior Thesis 2016-2017

Support Your Troops? The Falling Support for War, the Height of Military Prestige, and Media Portrayals: Comparing the Vietnam War and the Iraq War Eras' Public Confidence in the Military
Manal Cheema, Political Science, Class of 2017

The Strongman Speaks: The Pattern of Rhetoric in the Kremlin and the Media in Regards to the War in Ukraine
Caitlin Thompson, International Relations & International Literary and Cultural Studies, Class of 2017

Emerging Realities Surrounding Chilean and Argentine Democratic Quality
Steven Holmes, Political Science, Class of 2017

All The Single Ladies: Gender and Suzhi Discourse in the Construction of Chinese "Leftover Women"
Sarah Lubiner, International Relations, Class of 2017

Mass Atrocities and the Strategic Logic of Non-State Actors
Jameson Moore, International Relations, Class of 2017

Analyzing the American Gender Wage Gap: Why Do Different States Have Different Wage Gaps?
Reba Orloff, Political Science, Class of 2017

The Long War: Explaining the 2003 Invasion of Iraq through Historical Narrative and Cycles of Belligerence
Kathleen Schmidt, International Relations, Class of 2017

Ibn Khaldun: Scientific Instruction as Prolonging the Polity's Life
Umar Shareef, Political Science, Class of 2017

The Specter of Rome in Montesquieu's The Spirit of the Laws
Zachary Shufro, Political Science, Class of 2017

The Female Impact: Gendered Effects on Congressional Behavior Over Time
Anna Weissman, Political Science, Class of 2017

Ultras in Spain: A Study on the Relationship Between Macro-level Cleavages and Micro-evel-Actors
David Westby, Political Science, Class of 2017