Category Archives: dissertation

“A Firm and Perpetual League of Friendship and Amity?”: Reevaluating the United Colonies of New England and the Politics of War, 1636-1690

by Tyler Rotter, Guest Contributor As a self-proclaimed cultural historian, I began my dissertation research believing political history was passé, especially in relation to military history. I could not have been more wrong. When addressing the relationship between religion and … Continue reading

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“Thanks AOL!” Technology and Public Opinion in the Early Post-Cold War Era

by Samantha A. Taylor, Guest Contributor “Dear Mr. President: I as a Citizen of the United States of America am deeply concerned and appalled at the apathetic stance taken by the US government and the United Nations toward the situation … Continue reading

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Dissertation Research in the Age of Social Media

by Robert Thompson, Guest Contributor My dissertation, “More Sieve Than Shield: the US Army and CORDS in the Pacification of Phu Yen Province, Republic of Vietnam, 1965-1972,” focuses on pacification in Phu Yen during the Vietnam War and argues  that … Continue reading

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