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A gendered perspective of the actions of formerly enslaved men and women in the American South, 1860-1880
From the campus to the community: The struggle for gay and lesbian rights in 1970s San Diego
"Man in the Box": Expressions of masculinity and mental health in the 1990's grunge music
Deconstructing the pillars of memory: Gender, memory and the Rwanda Genocide
The Cold War Congo: The Congo crisis and the determinants behind US Cold War foreign policy (1952-1964)
"On war and home front:" Portrayals of Soviet women in America written media from World War II into the early Cold War
United States keep it cool: The Dave Brubeck Quartet State Department Tour of 1958 and the concert series in Bombay, India
Arabia infelix: Britain Sharif Hussein and the lost opportunities of Anglo-Arab relations, 1916-1924
Manufactured Latina/o: Perceptions of Latinas/os within U.S. primetime television from 1950s to 2000s
Perception and reality: Revisiting Richard M. Nixon's handling of the Vietnam War
The State Department and the Space Race
Free women of color as property owners: The coloniality of power and the liminal racial space in Spanish, Louisiana, 1776-1811
Ulysses S. Grant: A study in personality and leadership
"Wiser mothers, better babies": Baby week, children's year, and the American campaign to reform motherhood, 1910 - 1921
A history of the women of Mexico and their agency: Goddesses, queens, translators, and nuns
Media and cultural portrayals of marginalized groups in gold rush California
The imagined space between us: A look motivational research and its effects on advertising and how MR cultivated gendered visions in postwar America
Constructing identity: Reorganizing the bethleham female seminary
FLDS families facing the fauxpocalypse: Motherhood and dependency under one man rule from the mid-1970s into the new millenium
Remaking space, shaping the struggle: Urban planning and the civil rights movement in East St. Louis, Illinois 1958-1974

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