Theses by Ken-Terika Zellner, Bill Edwards, Maria Massucco, Shakeeb Asrar, Elena Barham, Cinthya Abigail Rodriguez, Jueun Choi, Theanne Liu, Malak Monir, Melissa Ileana-Codd, William Kirkland; features on Bryan Pardo, Elizabeth Gerber, Hamid Naficy, Norman Wickett, and Mark Ratner.
African American StudiesTherapeutic High Schools: Healing in the Age of Ethnic Studies
Comparative LiteratureDecentralizing the Discourse: The Politics and Art of Post-Revolutionary Mexico
Comparative LiteratureA Theory of Musical Translation
Political Science, NU-QExamining the Gender Gap: Where are the educated Qatari Women in the Workforce?
Gender & Sexuality StudiesRecuperating Monique Wittig through the “Site of Action”
HistoryRemedying Inferiority: Institutional Engagement with Argentine Indios after the Conquest of the Desert
Communication StudiesMaking Mainstream Asian America: Productions and Representations of Asian American Identity in Television and Web Series
Political Science, NU-QImmigrants in the United Kingdom: Integration through Group Rights
HistoryDecentralizing Computers and Capitalism: Silicon Valley and the Politics of the Free Market, 1971-1984
PhilosophyMale Sex Right & the Fraternal Social Contract: An Analysis of Political Membership in Locke’s Second Treatise of Government
ItalianChe cosa c’è in un nome?: Uno studio onomastico sui nomi, soprannomi, ed appellativi utilizzati nella tetralogia L’amica geniale di Elena Ferrante
Political ScienceThe Politics of Rentier Benefits and Permanent Residency in Qatar
FeatureBryan Pardo: Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science in the McCormick School of Engineering; head of the Interactive Audio Lab
FeatureMark Ratner: Dumas University Professor at Northwestern University and Co-Director of the Initiative for Sustainability and Energy at Northwestern.