Recent Ph.D.s 2008-2009

PANTELYMON ANASTASAKIS

The Orthodox Church of Greece Under German Occupation: A Study of the Church's Response to the Experience of Occupation During World War II

BRIE ARNOLD

"We Will Engage in Competition for the Virgin Soil of Kansas:" Gender and U.S. Political Culture in the Move Toward Civil War

TOVAH BENDER

Negotiating Marriage: Artisan Women in Fifteenth-Century Florentine Society

KONI BENSON

Life Beyond The House(wife): "Unattached" Women in the African Township of Bulawayo, 1945-1965

LISA BLEE

Framing Chief Leschi

LUKE BREKKE

Popular Piety During the Scottish Enlightenment, c. 1720-1785

JENNIFER ILLUZZI

The "Gypsy" Problem and the State in Germany and Italy, 1870-1914

YU "TONY" JIANG

Regional State Building: Railways and Cities in Northeast China, 1898-1931

PATRICIA KELLY HALL

Privileged Moves: Migration, Race, and Veteran Status in Post-WWII America

LISONG LIU

Green Card, Transnationalism and Chinese Migration Across the Pacific, 1978-2001

BERNARD MAEGI

"Dangerous Persons, Delayed Pilgrims:" Baltic Displaced Persons and the Making of Cold War America, 1945-1955

JEFFREY MANUEL

Developing Resources: Networks, Knowledge, and Memory on the Post-Industrial Iron Range

MICHAEL MCINNESHIN

The Landscape History of the Lowe Pangani Basin, 1848-1916"

PRITIPUSPA MISHRA

"Regional Faith and National Politics: Nation and Religious Normativity in Oriya Political Thought (1866-1936)"

MUNYARADZI MUNOCHIVEYI

"It Was Difficult in Zimbabwe:" A History of Imprisonment, Detention and Confinement During Zimbabwe's Liberation Struggle, 1960-1980"

POLLY MYERS

"Shop Traditions: Constructing and Maintaining the Boeing Family at the Boeing Company"

RACHEL NEIWERT

Savages or Citizens?: Children, Education, and the British Empire, 1899-1950

CHANTAL NORRGARD

"The Chippewa Indian Was Always Self-Supporting:" Ojibwe Work and Subsistence in Transformation in the Lake Superior Region, 1842-1942

JEANNIE SHINOZUKA

A 'Contagious and Poisonous Yellow' Peril: Japanese and Japanese Americans in Public Health, 1890s-1945.

AELEAH SOINE

From Nursing Sister to a Sisterhood of Nurses: German Nurses and Transnational Professionalization, 1836-1918

ANDREW URBAN

An Intimate World: Race, Migration, and Chinese and Irish Domestic Servants in the Late-19th Century United States

DENNIS VOVCHENKO

Containing Balkan Nationalism: Imperial Russia and Ottoman Christians (1872-1912)

JOHN WING

Forests and Spanish Sea Power, 1559-1754"

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