Graduate Student Research Projects
Graduate students in History complete final projects and theses, all of which must involve a digital component and culminate in an oral presentation and defense. Below are some examples of recent and exemplary student projects.
“Educational Reforms in Pennsylvania: Momentum and Stagnation in the Keystone State, 1890-1900”
“‘Everybody Has a Bungalow Hope’: Housing and Occupation in the US West, 1920
“Wage Slavery and America's Labor Movement from the Industrial Revolution to the Great Depression”
"Incarcerated Foodways: Japanese American Experiences during World War II"
“Rethinking the 'Indian Arts Museum': The Evolution of the David T. Vernon Collection of American Indian Artifacts”
European, Global, and Transnational History
“The Lowland Clearances of Scotland: A Study of the Transition of Space and Place”
“Tramps Staving for Coal: Coaling Stations in the Pacific, 1884-1900”
“Patterns of Organization and Genocide: The 1915 Deportation of Armenia”
“‘A Serious Matter and Something of a Mystery’: 1918 Influenza in the New York Times and the London Times.”
"Fashioning the Russians from 1900 to 1925: The Autocracy, The Ballet, & the Émigré."