2016 Senior Thesis Students:
- Tessa Deardorff—"'Three Tentacles of Terror': Israeli Securitization after the Arab Spring"
- Emma Campbell-Mohn—"The World's New Peacekeeper? An Analysis of China's Personnel Contributions to UN Peacekeeping Missions"
- Jessica Gold—"The Islamic State: The Manifestation of a Violently Intimate Utopian Imaginary"
- Thao Nguyen—"The Role of National Status in Refugee Narratives: A Case Study on Palestinian and Sudanese Productions"
2015 Senior Thesis Students:
- Stephanie Egeler—"Women's Legal Status in Egypt, Tunisia, and Morocco in the Post Arab Spring Era"
- Kaidi Gao—"Listening for Revolution, Sharing for Uprising: Media's Role in the National Revolts in 1979 Iran and 2010 Tunisia"
- Nali Julia Gillespie—"Exile Amidst a Lost Sense of Purpose: Asylum Experiences of Iraqi Refugees in Jordan"
- Anna Lamb—"Gendering the Public Sphere in the Middle East and North Africa: Feminist Counter-Publics on the Internet"
- Alexis Morton—"Yellow Skin, Black Masks: Constructing and Performing Blackness in Japan"
- Courtney Murray—"Beyond the Lens: Analyzing Nationalism in Egyptian Cinema"
- Jaya Z. Powell—"Denying Difference: Japanese Identity and the Myth of Monoethnic Japan"
- Anna Quian—"Barefoot Doctors of the Cultural Revolution: Examining Educated Youth Experiences of Politicization and Remembrance"
- Archer Wang—"Chinese Online Literature as Popular Culture"
2014 Senior Thesis Students:
- Jonathan Hafferkamp—"Reframing Youth Apathy in Jordan: An Anarchist Approach to Politics in the Hashemite Kingdom"
- Shelby Hart-Armstrong—"Visual Battleground: Contestation of Egyptian Public Spaces"
2013 Senior Thesis Students:
- Jose Lamazares—“From Mario to Smash Brothers: Historical, Social, and Technological Formations of Nintendo.”
- Thomas Jun Hong—“Japanese Nationalist Discourse from the End of the World War II to the Present.”
- Sabrina Anne McCutchan—“Hollywood Films in Mainland Chinese Theaters: Emergent Models of Film Production, Emergent Discourses of Chineseness.”
- Fernando Revelo La Rotta—““Are You Gay?" A Queer Ethnography of Sex and Sexuality in Egypt.”
- Rachel Leng—“Tongzhi Tales in Mainland China: Chinese Gay Male Subjectivities in Online Comrade Literature.”
2012 Senior Thesis Students:
- John Nelson III—"Writing He: The Evolution of Discourse on Rural-to-Urban Migration Through the Self-Representation of He Zhenzong in The City Is Also Ours."
- Michelle Zhang—"Mediating Modernity: Constructions of Urban Chinese Women in Ling Long (1931-1937) and ELLE (1988-1998)."
- Janice Jeong—"The Nation in the World and the World in the Nation: A Comparison of Historical Narratives of Egyptian, South Korean, and Chinese Textbooks During the Early Cold War: From a Global Perspective."
- Erica Nagi—"Constructing the Future: The Process of Street Rehabilitation in Cairo, Egypt--A Case Study on Ana El Masry Organization."
2011 Senior Thesis Students:
- Debra Armour—“The African-American-Korean Encounter: Race Relations between African-American Soldiers and Korean Civilians during the Korean War”
- Katherine Booth—“Arguing ‘community’ in a Muslim Context: The Case of the Muslim Community in the Triangle”
- Michael Chenkin—“Praise Be to Chairman Mao, the Reddest Sun in our Hearts!: Probing the Cultural and Visual Religious Qualities of Mao Zedong-centric Chinese Propaganda”
- Yasmina Chergui—“Morocco’s Years of Lead: A Look inside Moroccan Prison Literature”
- Hye Jung “Sarah” Kim—“Evangelical Aid: Humanitarian Aid or Religious Coercion”
- Minah Kim—“Lessons from Helsinki: Effects of U.S. Foreign Policy on the Protection of North Korean Human Rights”
- Mallory McLoughlin—“Americanizing al Qaeda: The Case of Anwar al-Awlaki”
- Sharon Mei—“Voices Represented: Mediating Factors in Documentary Film’s Conception of Chinese Women”
- Muntasir Natour—“Palestinian Hip-Hop: Narrative Functions and Articulation of Resistance”
- Linda Zhang—“Representations of Chinese Migrant Women: Documenting and Reshaping the Dagongmei”