Michael Bach: 2009, Agua seca, Struggle for Women's Rights in Ecuador.
Brooke Bordson: 2003, Greece: Dictatorship and the Student Movement.
Angela Carlson: 2005, Women's Involvement in the Mexican Revolution and the Modern Women in Mexico.
Nichole Chisholm: 2007, Female Genital Mutilation: Cultural and Ethical Perspectives.
Clara Gabriel: 2007, Asian Immigrant Communities, Literature, and Generational Identity.
Jonas Kelsch: 2009, Norway and the European Union.
Stephanie Kistner: 2007, Troubled Waters: Oil, Health, Human Rights and Justice.
Nai Laicer: 2006, Should the African Union Play a Larger Role in Negotiating Peace Agreements?
Michael Larson: 2006, Nuclear Weapons and International Law.
Hannah Lillegren: 2008, The Philippine Health Care System: Crisis, Culture,
Colonialism and Government in Medical Migration.
Melissa Mankowski: 2004, Trafficking in Persons in the US Mexico Context.
Ryan Nehring: 2008, History and Culture of African Slaves in South America.
Jennifer Cady Peterson: 2008, Legality of Armed Humanitarian Intervention in International Law.
Chris Rehkamp: 2009, Sustainable Community Development in Yungilla, Ecuador.
Sylvia Rodriguez: 2008, The Social and Ecological Effects of Biofuel Production in South America.
Lauren and Rachel Satterlee: 2006, Personal Realities of the Political Existence of Undocumented Immigrants in the Twin Cities.
Amy Schneider: 2003, Dollarization: Context and Application in Ecuador.
Chris Smith: 2003, Images of Russians in American Films.
Veronica Surges: 2008, From Kisses to Kalashnikovs: Conflict Diamonds.
Samantha Williams: 2005, Human Rights Concerns.
Axumawit Woldegebriel Teklehaimanot: 2009, Attempting to Understand Genocide.
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