A selection of papers, posters, and theses voluntarily deposited by students in the department of Peace Studies.
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Submissions from 2020
Women's Political Participation Aided by Constitutional Provisions in Post-Conflict African Nations, Roksana Gorgolewski
Submissions from 2019
What Role Has Social Media Played in Violence Perpetrated by Incels?, Olivia Young
Submissions from 2018
Images, Art, and Paraphernalia: Analyzing Tactics of the United Farm Workers and the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, Felicia Viano
Submissions from 2017
The Activist’s Perspective; Intergroup Conflict in Homeless Advocacy, Atty McLellan
Submissions from 2016
Homelessness, Shelter, and Human Rights in California and New York, Rebecca Wilson
Submissions from 2014
Gender, War, and Politics, Madeline Robinson