List of Thesis Titles

 
  • Kristin Cain, "Die Bekenntnisse des Hochstaplers Felix Krull" (80 pp)*
  • Kristin Knight, "Creating a Language of Consolation: The Poetry of Nelly Sachs" (70 pp)*
  • Carolina Enriquez, "Prostitution in Hamburg and Berlin: History, Art, Film and the Feminist Perspective" (35 pp)
  • James Lee, "Depictions of Moses in Schoenberg's Moses und Aron" (20 pp)
  • Katherine Leitzell, "Propaganda in East Germany, 1945-89" (73 pp)*
  • Kim Boese, "The Development of Women's Soccer in Germany" (71 pp)*
  • Tanya Henderson, "Literary Politics: Intentions and Perceptions in Brecht's Dreigroschenoper and Hauptmann's Die Weber" (25 pp)
  • Ben Miller, "Subjective Modernity: The Socialism and Spiritualism of Bruno Taut" (47 pp)
  • Lea Simek, "Psychoanalysis and Pedagogy in Early Twentieth-Century Germany and Austria" (24 pp)
  • Katie Heard, "From Herder to Habermas: Recasting German Nationalism in Light of Right-Wing Radicalism"* (62 pp)
  • Lindsay Satterlund, "Turkish Women in Contemporary Germany as Seen through Literature and Film" (33 pp)
  • Eric Lindsay, "The Failure of Liberal Penal Policy in the New Federal States" (24 pp)
  • Kyrstin Floodeen, "The Brothers Grimm, Folktales and the Search for Identity"* (74 pp)
  • Caitlin Geier, "The Punk Subculture in Berlin: Cultures of Rebellion in a Divided Germany" (66 pp)
  • Kyle Martz, "Man Love, Spiritual Trannies, Third Sexes and Queers: The Development of the Modern Gay Identity in Germany"* (98 pp)
  • Cory Ulrich, "Remembering the Third Reich: East and West German Children's Literature"* (75 pp)
  • Mark Prentice, "Seeing Amerika. German Trevelers to the United States, 1918-1929"* (69 pp)
  • Janna Stone, "'In der siamesischen Stadt': The Question of Identity and its Relationship to the State in Two Novels about Life in Berlin"*
  • Suzanne Zitzer, "The German Wild West. Karl May's Winnetou I and German Perceptions of America and the Natives"* (71 pp)
  • Greg Phillips, "Albert Renger-Patzsch's Die Welt ist Schön: Controversy, Misunderstanding, and a New Photography" (36pp)
  • Brian Dafforn, "Friedrich Dürrenmatt's Die Physiker: The Question of Responsibility in a Nuclear Age" (28pp)
  • Kevin Sigley, "A City Divided: East and West Berlin and the Closure of Tempelhof Airport" (38pp)
  • Dan Will, "From Ruin to Revival: The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany"
  • Nicole James, "Immerwahr as a Vehicle for Discussion of Women's Issues in Modern Germany"
  • Kayla Foster, "Berlin: A City of Immigrants"
  • Mackenzie Gerringer, "Class Dynamics & the Nature of Remembrance. The Edelweiss Pirates & White Rose Resistance Movements of the Third Reich in History, Literature, Film & Popular Culture"
  • Caitlin Hardee, "Silent Song: The Lost Heimat in the German Domestic Music Industry"
  • Jessica Asmus, "Two Films by Michael Verhoeven: Victimization & Perpetration in Das Schreckliche Madchen and Die Weisse Rose" (30pp)

* denotes Honors thesis