Jeanne Armstrong, instructor for the American Cultural Studies 499 capstone course since 2003, nominated these exceptional AMST 499 papers for presentation at Scholar’s Week in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Since the 2017 course was offered in spring quarter, these two papers were not completed in time for presentation at the 2017 Scholar’s Week panel.

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Submissions from 2017

Asian Men as Targets of Sexual Racism in the Gay Community, Steven Bader

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White Families and Racial Socialization: A Review, Sadie F. Strain

Submissions from 2016

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Muslim American Youth in the Post 9/11 Public Education System, Jennie Lebowitz

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Perception and Policy: U.S. Sociological Attitudes and Policies towards Guatemalans and Salvadorans in the Late 20th and Early 21st Centuries, Violeta Paredes

Submissions from 2015

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Breaking the Silence: The Voices of Black Women and the Path Towards Liberation, Jaleesa Smiley

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The Importance of Urban Agriculture in Defeating Food Deserts, Taina Tremblay

Submissions from 2014

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Government Boarding Schools and Indian Communities, Alejandro E. Barajas

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Challenging Dominant Perspectives Surrounding Prostitution and Trafficking, Carly Busch

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Race Representations in Children’s Picture Books and Its Impact on the Development of Racial Identity and Attitudes, Jenna Wilson