Senior Theses in History at Hanover College


The following is a sampling of recent research undertaken by history students at Hanover College. They are available at the Duggan Library


Matthew Geas, To Cure China: Lu Xun’s Embattled Marxism and the Communist Appropriation of his Legacy (2012).

Ashley Hughes, The American South: Slave Women and the Relationships They Shared With Their Female Owners (2013).

Bridget Neal, Madison, Indiana: From Frontier to an Antebellum Industrial Age (2013).

Amberly Newberry,  The American Dress Reform Movement of 1851 (2013).

Lindsey Roeser, 20th Century American Pentecostal Missions to China and Hong Kong (2013).

Lloyd Schliff, The Holy War: Greek Christians and the Sacking of Constantinople (2011).

Aubrey Smitley, The Russian Revolution of 1905 (2013).

Matthew Strandmark, The Correspondence of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison: The Virginia Legacy in American Government (2011).



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