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Masters ThesisEvery Woman Her Own Physician: Sustaining the Female Voice in Medicine in Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century EnglandRoche, Karina"Purpose of the Study: The purpose of this research is to reveal the depth of knowledge, expertise, and involvement women had in medicine and physical health throughout early modern England with a particular emphasis on midwifery and herbal medicine. . . .
Masters ThesisHe Mau Palapala Mai Kalipōnia Mai, Ka ʻĀina Malihini (Letters from California, the Foreign Land) Kānaka Hawai’i Agency and Identity in the Eastern Pacific (1820-1900)Farnham, April L.The purpose of this thesis is to explore the ways in which working-class Kānaka Hawai’i (Hawaiian) immigrants in the nineteenth century repurposed and repackaged precontact Hawai’i strategies of accommodation and resistance in their migration towards . . .
Masters ThesisJaroslovsky, AlanIntended mainly as a vehicle for rehabilitating draft evaders after the Vietnam War, the Presidential Clemency Board (“PCB”) was largely an orphan of the Ford presidency. Created in the wake of the Nixon pardon as an unpopular compromise between those . . .