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Dissertations and Theses from the Collection

From the Collection

2008

ROBERT HAROLD DUKE, Western Michigan University
Dissertation: Bilingual Education, Federalism, and the Political Culture of American Public Schools, 1964-1980

2007

JOHN HERBERT HAYS, University of Georgia
Dissertation: Hard, Hard Religion: Faith and Class in the New South

2003

JESSICA ROSEBERRY, Baylor University
Thesis: Kitchen Windows: The Meal as Metaphor in Eastern Kentucky

CINDY S. WINGERT, Baylor University
Thesis: Looking for the Ladies' Room: The Disestablishment of the Women's Army Corps, 1968-1980

2002

PETER LA CHAPELLE, University of Southern California
Dissertation: "That Mean Ol' Boogie": Country Music, Migrations, and the Construction of Whiteness in Southern California, 1936-1969

SARAH A. GARNER, Baylor University
Thesis: The Culture of Bosqueville: Family, Community, and Rural Life in Central Texas, 1850-1915

1999

WILLIAM D. CARRIGAN, Emory University
Dissertation: Between South and West: Race, Violence, and Power in Central Texas, 1836-1916

1995

CLARK BAKER, University of Alabama
Dissertation: Photography as Document: A Study of Family Photography and Its Viability as a Truth-Telling Medium

SANDRA D. HARVEY, Baylor University
Thesis: Going Up Bell's Hill: A Social History of a Diverse Waco, Texas, Community in the Industrial New South, 1885-1955

1994

SHARON SISKE CRUNK, Baylor University
Thesis: Spring Creek: An Agrarian Community on the Grand Prairie of Texas, 1870-1940

MARGARET LOGUE SUDDERTH, Baylor University
Thesis: The Life of a Square: Highlights in the Evolution of Waco's Town Square

1993

JOYCE LANGENEGGER, Baylor University
Thesis: The School as a Political Tool: A Case Study of Crystal City, Texas

REBECCA SHARPLESS, Emory University
Dissertation: Fertile Ground, Narrow Choices: Women on Cotton Farms of the Texas Blackland Prairie, 1900-1940

1989

JAY BUTLER, Baylor University
Thesis: James Harrison and the Development of Harrison Switch

1988

LOIS E. MYERS, Baylor University
Thesis: Through a Woman's Eyes: Family Life on the Texas Frontier from the Letters of Anna Wellington Stoner, 1877-1884

1983

REBECCA SHARPLESS JIMENEZ, Baylor University
Thesis: A Comparative Analysis of Oral History and Q Methodology as Subjective Research Approaches: An Urban Renewal Case Study

1981

MARGARET L. S. MILLER, Baylor University
Thesis: Hillcrest Baptist Hospital: Inception through Founding, 1908-1920

1978

DAVID STRICKLIN, Baylor University
Thesis: The Development of the Musical Career of Bob Wills, 1929-1938: Folk Forces and Commercialization

1976

BRENT BROWN, Baylor University
Thesis: A History of the Strecker Museum, 1857-1968

ALBERT RAY NIEDERER, Baylor University
Dissertation: Baptist Missionary Activity among the German People in Texas, 1850-1950

1972

MARY LOUISE PATRICK, Baylor University
Thesis: The Bureau of Indian Affairs Relocation Program in Dallas: A Comparative Study, 1969-1971




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