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Honors Projects from 2020

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“I felt so untrustworthy of my ability to get pregnant”: Women’s Embodied Uncertainties and Decisions to Become Pregnant, Theodora K. Hurley

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“How the World Could Be in Spite of the Way That It Is”: Broadway as a Reflection of Contemporary American Sociopolitical Life, Isabel Thomas

Honors Projects from 2019

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Something’s Gotta Give: Guns, Youth, and Social Change in Denver, Colorado, Carlos Manuel Holguin

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Salud Callejera: Mobilizing Cuidado at the Margins of Neoliberalism; Reimagining Care for People Experiencing Homelessness in Buenos Aires, Brandon Morande

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“I’m Going to Help You Become a Better You”: Teacher-Student Dynamics in Special Education, Sophie Sadovnikoff

Honors Projects from 2018

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"What's it like to be a lesbian with a cane?": A Story and Study of Queer and Disabled Identities, M.M. Daisy Wislar

Honors Projects from 2017

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Poverty Ends with a 12 Year Old Girl: Empowerment and the Contradictions of International Development, Meghan Elizabeth Bellerose

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*dhéĝhōm,*héshr, and *wek (earth, blood, and speech): an archaeological, genetic, and linguistic exploration of Indo-European origins, Lara Bluhm

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"Cooperate with Others for Common Ends?": Students as Gatekeepers of Culture and Tradition on College Campuses, Pamela Zabala

Honors Projects from 2016

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Looking Ahead With the World in Their Hands: The Postsecondary Aspirations of East Island Youth, Abby E. Roy

Honors Projects from 2015

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Caring like a state: The elaboration of a care ideology in Peru and Sri Lanka in the 20th century, Katharine Herman

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"A Doula Can Only Do So Much": Birth Doulas and Stratification in United States Maternity Care, Kaylee S. Wolfe