Jharder Aguad ’17 (Arequipa, Peru), “Agro sí, Mina no: Explaining the Onset of Protest Surrounding Mining Projects in Peru”

  • Gabriel Barrett ’17 (Bethseda, MD), “Do Weapons Make Warfare? An Instrumental Variables Approach Towards Investigating the Relationship Between Small Arms Abundance, Civil Conflict Onset, and Civil Conflict Intensity”
  • Kate Davis ’17 (Westport, CT), “Finding Autonomy: The Impact of Judicial Discretion for Disabled Individuals in the American Guardianship System”
  • Seaver Holter ’17 (Vadnais Heights, MN), “The Bull’s Hide Stretched Thin: Catalan (Literary) Nationalism from the Renaixenca to the Death of Franco”
  • Elizabeth Levi ’17 (Brookline, MA), “Female Autonomy: An Analysis of Privacy and Equality Doctrine for Reproductive Rights”
  • Rebecca Mendelsohn ’17 (Port Chester, NY), “Transforming the State, Challenging the Nation: The Identity Politics of the Brexit Vote”
  • Sean Mock ’17 (San Fransisco, CA), “More Than a Footnote: Exploring Hmong American Political Representation”
  • Lucas Meyers ’17 (Saint Michael, MN), “The Sino-American War of Words: Soft Power as Coercion”
  • Beenish Riaz ’17 (Karachi, Pakistan), “From ‘Prisoners of Conscience’ to ‘Prisoners of Poverty’: Naming and Shaming Economic and Social Rights”
  • Emily Royer ’17 (Ames, IA), “(Un-) American Movement: Unaccompanied Immigrant Children and the Rhetoric of Space and Identity”