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Browsing Master of Arts in History by Author/Artist "Chung, Yun"

Browsing Master of Arts in History by Author/Artist "Chung, Yun"

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  • Perry, Katherine E.; Berrios, Katherine E. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-07)
    The people of the Southern Appalachians have a unique culture all their own. An important component of this culture can be observed in the manner in which these individuals chose to combat that enemy of all mankind: disease. ...
  • Winters, Kathleen (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-09-16)
    The early Twentieth century represented peak emigration years for Hungary and the Hungarian Banat. The research of this paper uses a social lens to convey the historical context of the period in relationship to emigration ...
  • DeCologero, Cristina K. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-05)
    Precolonial history continues to be an understudied topic and is a neglected piece of public history. Even when facing thousands of years of historical archaeology, scholars tend to stray away from the opportunity to utilize ...
  • Potenza, Victoria Ann (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-06)
    The history of women’s treatment in the mental health field is long and complicated. Women were treated significantly different than men and many of the theories and ideas that doctors and early psychiatrists had were based ...
  • Polatchek, Deborah (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-04)
    As a result of the Great Hunger, nearly 1.8 people emigrated from Ireland, and the resultant diaspora changed the face of the great cities where they arrived. The Irish were the first large immigrant group to emigrate to ...
  • Wisman, Kelsey (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-12)
    York County, much like the rest of the nation, experienced political and societal strife during the Civil Rights Movement. Certain locations received national media attention due to the events that occurred. Although ...
  • Gray, Heather Lynne (Southern New Hampshire University, 2018-04)
    The research conducted for the educator’s workshop will look at the psychological motives that common citizens had for following Adolf Hitler and allow him to rise to power. The workshop will teach educators to translate ...
  • Summers, Corey Elizabeth (Southern New Hampshire University, 2017-11)
    Revolution is a term globally recognized. Throughout Earth’s history, there have been countless social endeavors classified as revolutions. Some revolutions result in social justice, some result in the birth of a nation; ...
  • Collum, Grace E. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2017-11)
    For this final course at Southern New Hampshire University, this project will focus on the trial of Mary Surratt, one of the conspirators in President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination. While many historians and authors tend ...