You can read our student's honors projects in Digital Commons.
Brittany Landorf '14 (Eau Claire, Wis.), "Female Reverberations Online: An Analysis of Tunisian, Egyptian, and Moroccan Female Cyberactivism During the Arab Spring Revolution"
- Aimee Mackie '13 (Mosinee, Wis.), "Violence through Bureaucratic Secrecy: the US and Belgium's Co-Colonization of the Congo"
- Dragana Marinkovic '13 (Pale, Bosnia-Herzegovina), "Making Connections: Transitional Justice and Development -- Examining Land Distribution and Property Rights through Transitional Justice Lens"
- Hana Masri '13 (Verona, N.J.), "Submission and Silence: Rape Trees and the Greater (Lack Of) Discourse on Violence Against Migrant Women"
- Katherine Snitzer ’12 (Arlington Heights Ill.), “Peace Through Justice?: Evaluating the International Criminal Court”
- Hanna Zimnitskaya ’12 (Minsk, Belarus), “A State Within a State: The Case of Chechnya”
- Airiin Lehtmets ’11 (Tallinn, Estonia), “Can a Russian Be an Estonian Too? Citizen and State in Post-Soviet Estonia”
- Maxwell Loos ’11 (Milwaukee, Wis.), "Ground Zero: Tourism, Terrorism and Global Imagination”
- Mishal Khan '10 (Islamabad, Pakistan) Islam and Human Rights: Reimagining a Space for Dialogue Between Islamism and Secularism in Pakistan
- Elizabeth Larson '10 (Boston, Mass.) "At the intersection of neoliberal development, scarce resources, and human rights: Enforcing the right to water in South Africa"
- Krista Moore '10 (Gresham, Ore.) "Memories of la Mission Civilisatrice: Language Policy and Postcolonial National Identities in Tunisia and France"
- Helena R. Swanson-Nystrom '10 (Chicago, Ill.) "The Role of Social Protection Programs in Remittance-Centered Development Policy: A Case Study of Morocco"