Undergraduate Program

Senior Theses 2011-2012

Effectuating Political Change Through Election Formatting: A Study of the Top Two Primary System
Michael Bendetson, Department of Political Science, Class of 2012

The Empowerment of Indigenous Women: Traditional Knowledge, Sustainable Development and the Role of Culture
Dana Burton, Department of Political Science, Class of 2012

Greening the EU: The European Court of Justice and the Development of EU Environmental Policy
Renee Gagne, Program on International Relations

The Market for War and Peace: An Economic Perspective on the Privatized Military Industry
Tomas Garcia, Program on International Relations, Class of 2012

The Role of Education in Plato's Republic and Rousseau's Emile
Anna Maria Melachrinou, Department of Political Science, Class of 2012

Anti-Immigrant Outrage Language in Anglo and Hispanic Media
Sara Miller, Department of Political Science, Class of 2012

The Tea Party in Congress: Ideology and Compromise
Daniel Rosenblum, Department of Political Science, Class of 2012

Muslim Women's Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East
Kathryn Russell, Department of International Relations, Class of 2012

New Hampshire Women's Pathways to Politics and Their Subsequent Impact on the Female Electorate and on the Legislative Process
Hannah Will, Department of Political Science, Class of 2012