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Guide to the Stanford University, Program in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, Honors Theses
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Accession ARCH-2006-097 Theses 2006

 

Vaughan, Christopher R., The history of labor at Stanford, 1969-2003. 2006 May

 

Accession ARCH-2011-152 Theses

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Anyon, Yolanda, Recipients' perspectivies on the implementation of welfare reform: Oakland as a case study. undated

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Dillard, Mary, The Afro-American community in Kwame Nkrumah's Ghana: 1951 to 1966. 1990

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Greatorex-Voith, Siobhan, Class and inequality in higher education: the experiences of low-income students in elite higher education contexts. 2008

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Kehrer, Stephanie, The identity dilemma: education, identity and the legacy of guest worker programs: the case of Turkish-German and Mexican-American youth . 2001

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Kim, Bryan, The AZN youth subculture: divergent conceptions of panethnicity in the emerging Asian American second generation. 2004

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Muñiz Arnal, Dayna B., La Jaula de Oro: negotiating an "Illegal Alien" identity in the militarized American state. 2003?

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Stebing, Holly Miowak , Rewriting the history of racial segregation in Alaska. 2009

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Sykes, Sunshine, Becoming through writing: a reclamation of voice and memory in American Indian women's poetry. 1997

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Lu, Elaine, Antithetical self-identification and yellow peril: Chinese and Japanese stereotypes in American comic art, 1869-1949. 1989

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Park, Jieun Grace, Language and ethnicity: the identity of third generation Korean residents in Japan. 2000

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Salzman, Amanda, Revolution through education: an analysis of Neve Shalom/Wahat al-Salam and the ramifications of integrated schools in Israel. 2000

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Rico, Gabriela, Guare, Nandi, Nana Ke'ri, Jingonikua, Ireri (woman, mother, grandmother, sister, queen): motherhood, empowerment and resistance: Purepecha women in two indigenous communities in Michoacan, Mexico . 2003

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Rosenbaum, Paloma, All mixed up: the politics of the "mixed race" student movement. 2004

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McReynolds, Anne-Marie, The Harlem YMCA: a photographer's narrative of a community amid transition, recovery, and renaissance. 2000

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Kim, Helen, Niseis of the faith: theologizing libertion in the Asian American movement. 2006

 

Accession 2015-039 Theses

 

Shepherd, Miranda Ann, Things that hold us: depression in the black community and a path to better. 2014 May 21