"They Pushed Me to Continue My Education", "Portate Bien Que Nada Te Cuesta": The Impact Of Latinx Values and Culture on Latinx Students' Aspirations and Achievements
All you need is love (and support): restorative practices for families of those incarcerated
American Jewish Summer Camp: Changing Identity in Community
I will explore how Eden Village Camp serves as a model of positive Jewish identity formation. Jewish identity is inherently dependent on social relationships, and Jewish summer camp provides a breeding ground of socialization where interactions happen in an intense...
Archiving Access: Racial Formation and (De)claiming Excellence
Are Playlists and Algorithms Reliable Curators?: Digitalization, Archivism, and Curation in Music Streaming Services
Aren't Americans Human? Conceptualizing Intimate Partner Violence as a Human Rights Violation in the United States
Artistic Value in America: The Educational Significance of the Arts
Assata Shakur: Embracing Community
Assata Shakur is a 65-year-old revolutionary. During the 1960s, Assata Shakur was a member of the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army. However, on May 2, 2013, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), placed Assata Shakur on the...
Being Admittable: identity, meaning-making, and the presentation of self in personal statements of the college admissions process
Between "the potential" and "the actual": lead poisoning in New Orleans as state sanctioned environmental racism
Big Dreams in a Little League: How Social Factors Influence Success in Competitive Youth Baseball
Black Women on the White Screen: How American Popular Culture affects the Visuality of the Black Female Body
In the past, poignant controlling images and stereotypes have run prevalent in the American historical framework. However, these tropes are routinely challenged by black feminists and black entertainers in contemporary popular culture. This thesis will garner a comprehensive analysis of...
Blessings or Band-Aids? Two Charter School Proposals for Poughkeepsie, NY
Bosnia-Herzegovina: Exploring the Connection between Nationalism and Genocide through Classical Sociological Theory
Bridging the Gap
Capital Never Sleeps, and Neither Should We: The Good Sense of Social Movement Unionism
Catching Herself In the Middle: How Chinese-American Adoptees and Their Parents Construct Narrative and Ethnic Identity
Since 1992, over 85,000 children have been adopted from China by U.S. citizens (Miller-Loessi and Kilic 2001:246; U.S. Department of State 2013). Most of these adoptees are girls. They were abandoned as infants due the combined factors of patrilineal culture...