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Category: Social History

‘It takes a village’: Exploring how Un Village Français engages with histories of Occupied France

This entry was posted in 1920-1949, 20th Century, Cultural History, France, Political History, Social History, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged .

Rhetoric Vs Reality: An Assessment of How US Intervention in Afghanistan Failed to ‘Liberate’ Afghan Women, 2001-2009

This entry was posted in 21st Century, Asia, Gender and Women, International History, Middle East, Military History, North America, Political History, Social History, Undergraduate dissertation, USA, World and tagged , , .

Orthodoxy and “Soviet-Created-Godlessness”: Popular Responses to the Campaign against Religion, 1917-1945

This entry was posted in 1900-1919, 1920-1949, 20th Century, Cultural History, HIST3500, Religious History, Russia, Social History, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged , .

‘Mexico Profundo’ Rising: What a Comparative Look at Contemporary Indigenous Uprisings Can Tell Us About Broader Patterns of Discontent in Mexico

This entry was posted in HIST3500, North America, Political History, Social History, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged , , .

Tragic Masculinity: The Intersectionality of the Mixed-Race Male in Jessie Fauset’s ‘Plum Bun’ and Jean Toomer’s ‘Cane’

This entry was posted in 1920-1949, 20th Century, Cultural History, Gender and Women, HIST3500, North America, Social History, Undergraduate dissertation, USA and tagged , , , .

‘MacArthur’s Unique Experiment’: Voluntary Censorship and Declining Media-Military Relations in the Korean War, June 1950 – December 1950

This entry was posted in 1950-1999, 20th Century, Asia, HIST3500, Military History, Political History, Social History, Undergraduate dissertation, USA, World and tagged , , , .

Understanding Madness in Context: Representations of Mental Disturbances in Collections of Miracles from the Central Middle Ages

This entry was posted in Britain and Ireland, Europe, HIST3500, Medicine, Medieval, Social History, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged , , .

“Jamaica is suffering a crisis of masculinity and we don’t talk about it enough”: Historicising the Crisis of Masculinity in Jamaica

This entry was posted in Cultural History, Gender and Women, HIST3500, North America, Social History, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged , .

‘Uganda’s children are being sodomised left and right!’: change and continuity in perceptions of homosexuality in Uganda, 1876 – 2014

This entry was posted in 18th-19th Century, 20th Century, 21st Century, Africa, Cultural History, HIST3500, Prize Winners, Social History and tagged , .

From Obscurity to Notoriety: The Evolution of the Nabob Stereotype in Eighteenth-Century Britain

This entry was posted in 18th-19th Century, Britain and Ireland, Cultural History, HIST3500, Social History and tagged , .

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