The following Senior Independent Study Theses were awarded Honors and nominated by their departments to serve as examples of the outstanding work done by Wooster students. The PDFs of these exemplars may be downloaded from any location. For questions about the exemplar nomination process, please email openworks@wooster.edu.

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Senior Independent Study Theses from 2012

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Sailing on the Edge: a World-Systems Analysis of Pirates and Privateers in the Atlantic and Caribbean in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Emily Butcher
Department: Archaeology

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Procedurally Generating Everything, Micah Caunter
Department: Computer Science

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Hello, I Love You, Won’t You Tell Me Your Name?: An Anthropological Investigation of Naming, Haley Lisa Close
Department: Sociology and Anthropology

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The Eloquence of Stone: Propagandistic Function of Monumental and Funerary Art in Nineteenth Century Paris, Lauren Close
Department: Art and Art History; History

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Social Relevance of Speakeasies: Prohibition, Flappers, Harlem, and Change, Joseph Collins
Department: History

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Whose Britain Is This Anyway: Questioning Race, Class, Immigration and Nationality in Great Britain Between 1948 and 2011, Christina Jayne Cruce
Department: History

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Chilean Cultural Identity: a Case Study of Contemporary Mapuche Poetry, La identidad cultural chilena: un caso de estudio de la poesía mapuche contemporánea, Christopher Culbertson
Department: History; Spanish

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How We Seem "To Be": English- and Spanish-Speaking Children's Susceptibility to the Fundamental Attribution Error and Actor-Observer Bias, Mary E. Dixon
Department: Psychology

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Surviving War, Surviving Memory: An Oral History of the South Vietnamese Civilian Experience in the Vietnam War, Leann Do
Department: History

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Stratigraphy and Paleoenvironments of the Soeginina Beds (Paadla Formation, Lower Ludlow, Upper Silurian) on Saaremaa Island, Estonia, Richa N. Ekka
Department: Geology

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Gender Divide: Re-Examining the Feminization of Teaching in the Nineteenth Century with Emphasis on the Displaced Male Teacher, Matthew Fegan
Department: History

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Ville Du Flaneur: La Transformation De Paris Selon Ses Propres Temoignages, Christopher J. Hanson
Department: French and Francophone Studies

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Climate Change in the Media: Collective Guilt and Behavioral Effects of News Reports and Environmental Identity, Amanda Koehn
Department: Psychology

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Body Wars: Nationalism, the State, and Wartime Sexual Violence in Guatemala and Sri Lanka, Meredith M. Loken
Department: Political Science; Urban Studies

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Come to the Table, A. Greer Morgan
Department: Art and Art History

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Terrain, Rebecca Newhouse
Department: Art and Art History

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Iteration Digraphs, Hannah Roberts
Department: Mathematics

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Der Kern Der Deutschen: Eine Analyse Der Atompolitik in Der Bundesrepublik Vom Anfang Bis Zum Ausstieg, Kyle Schutz
Department: German Studies

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Making of a Second-Class Citizen: a Case Study of the Institutionalized Oppression of Blacks in New Orleans, Andrew Stowe
Department: History

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Bilingualism and Social Cognitive Development: the Effect of Dual-Language Acquisition on Nonverbal Communication, Melanie Elizabeth Ordinario Weil
Department: Psychology

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Je Voulais Être Homme, Rien Qu’Homme: An Analysis of the Intersection of Communism and Masculinity InThe Negritude Movement, 1930-1939, Kristen Weischedel
Department: French and Francophone Studies; History

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Rex Quondam, Rexque Futurus: Arthurian Legends As Indicators of British National Identity Throughout History, Audrey Ellen Wimbiscus
Department: History

Senior Independent Study Theses from 2010

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Modal Notions and Semantic, Boyu Wu
Department: Philosophy