A collection of undergraduate senior theses authored by students from History program at Dominican University of California.

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Theses/Capstones from 2019

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A “Steph” in The Process: How The Golden State Warriors Have Hyper-Commercialized Professional Sports, Danielle Arena

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Balance, Inject, React: How High School U.S. History Teachers Adapt Under National Curriculum Standards, Andriana Stenros

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From Spacewar! to Twitch.tv: The Influence of Competition in Video Games and the Rise of eSports, Robert Boyle

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Two Sides of a Democratic Coin: President Johnson's International Approach to the Civil Rights Movement, Kayla Marie Robinson

Theses/Capstones from 2018

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Abraham Lincoln: Making a Man of a Legend, Owen Martinelli

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Architecture of the San Francisco Bay Area: The Influence of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, Orion Weinstein

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"Do it Yourself": Origins of Bay Area Hip-Hop, Alexandra Schumacher

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Root Causes of the Generational Cultural Disconnect Among Marin County Vietnamese-Americans, Sierra Najolia

Theses/Capstones from 2017

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1964 Summer Olympics: More than Just Sports? How Japan Utilized the Olympic Games for Ulterior Motives, Christopher Suen

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Eisenhower Internationalism and Nasser Nationalism: The Suez Crisis Defining International Policy in Post-Colonial Egypt, Dominic Supple

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Fort Ross State Historic Park: A Case Study of the Successful Implementation of Public History Methods by a State Park and Museum, Destiny Reyes

Jacobites in Popular Literature and Digital Media: Perceptions Turned into a Nation's Identity, Cynthia Smith

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Roman Propaganda in the Age of Augustus, Alex Pollok

Theses/Capstones from 2016

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The Power of a Secret: Secret Societies and the Easter Rising, Sierra M. Harlan

Theses/Capstones from 2015

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Irish Women's Immigration to the United States After the Potato Famine, 1860-1900, Mackenzie S. Flanagan