Below is a selection of dissertations from the International Studies program in Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences that have been voluntarily included in Chapman University Digital Commons. Additional dissertations from years prior to 2019 are available through the Leatherby Libraries' print collection or in Proquest's Dissertations and Theses database.

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Theses from 2022

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Intersectional Approaches to Climate Action: A Comparative Study of Women's Equality and Indigenous Voices in Iceland and New Zealand, Sixtine Foucaut

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Gender, Terrorism, and Nation-Building: A Comparative Study of Chechnya's Black Widows and the Female Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Rachel Kadar

Theses from 2021

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Kagame’s Ruse in Rwanda: The Debilitating Role of Authoritarianism in Rwanda and its Impact on Long Term, Sustainable Development, Manuel Grajeda

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The Family Business: DNA Ancestry Tests and White Identity, Callan Keeter

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Humanitarian Response for Internally Displaced Women and Children in North-East, Nigeria, Aitiya Simon

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China-Africa Relations: The Northern Nigerian Textile Industry, Afolabi Toye

Theses from 2020

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The Origin of Usurpation and Tyranny: Nonagentic Anti-Imperialism of the Twenty-First Century and the Legacy of Chavismo, Juan Bustillo

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Reproductive Health in the Philippines: Poverty, Religiosity, and Navigating Reproductive Choices, Allison Goncena

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The Impact of Chinese Investments on the Kenyan Economy, Candice Newcomb

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Detention of Asylum-Seekers: Comparison of the Asylum and Detention Practices in United States and Sweden, Yuliia Pohorilets

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Dual Immersion Programs and their Implications: Focused Analyses on the Educational History, Francisco Reynoso Barron

Theses from 2019

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The Dynamics of Language in the Valencian Community from the Context of Immigration Policy and Refugee Programs, Mark Hansberry