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  • Lee, Amandine; Kim, Rosanna (Swarthmore College, 2010-05-07)
    This week on War News Radio, we’ll hear about a project helping young Iraqis to pursue higher education in the States. Amandine Lee, Rosanna Kim, Sachie Hayakawa, and Gabriel Ramirez prepared this report. Then, we hear ...
  • Hagar, Emily; Hirshman, Sam (Swarthmore College, 2010-10-01)
    First, we look at problems at Afghanistan’s central bank. Sam Hirshman has the story. Then, we explore traumatic brain injury in soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. Emily Hager reports. Finally, we hear about ...
  • Sanchez, Vanessa (2013)
    Taglish, the mixture of Tagalog and English, is prevalent among Filipinos inside and outside of the Philippines. It is found nearly everywhere in the country and in diasporic communities in the United States: it is present ...
  • Goeckner-Wald, Kyle; Abbass, Samia (Swarthmore College, 2009-09-18)
    This week on War News Radio, we hear about the role of warlords in Afghanistan’s recent history, and in the country’s current politics. Kyle Goeckner-Wald reports. Then, we find out more about the intertwined problems ...
  • Mizead, Abdulla; Katz, Louis (Swarthmore College, 2010-02-12)
    This week on War News Radio, we investigate how the Baathist issue has disrupted the upcoming parliamentary elections. Abdulla Mizead reports. Next, we take a look at the hardships of homeless American veterans. Caitlin ...
  • Thomson, Maria (2014)
    In the mid-2000s, thousands of young men from Senegal and other West African countries began migrating to Europe in a way that was considered peculiar to some, and insane to others, and extreme to most. Known colloquially ...
  • WebsterLove, Jessica (2008)
    In this thesis we apply the work of Edward Keenan and Edward Stabler in Bare Grammar to "Jpnn, a bare grammar for a small fragment of Japanese, to show that the framework constructed in this monograph, while in need of ...
  • Hager, Emily; Threlkeld, Elizabeth (Swarthmore College, 2009-02-13)
    This week on War News Radio, we speak with a UN worker in Kabul about her life in the city over the past three years – and how she feels now that she’s leaving it behind. Emily Hager reports. Then, we look more carefully ...
  • Hager, Emily; Abromowitz, Madeleine (Swarthmore College, 2010-04-02)
    This week on War News Radio, we hear about the negotiations necessary to form a majority coalition in the Iraqi government. Madeleine Abromowitz and Emily Hager report. Next, we learn about attempts to revive the conversation ...
  • Lee, Amandine; Katz, Louis; Sariahmed, Karim (Swarthmore College, 2010-11-05)
    Louis Katz reports on the impact popular military video games might be having on our perceptions of war. Karim Sariahmed interviews war journalist Anna Badkhen about her interactions with people in conflict regions. Amandine ...
  • Panepinto, Samantha (2013)
    In this study, I used participant observation in a second-grade Sheltered English Immersion classroom to investigate how race and gender identities in elementary school may be affecting the gendered achievement gap among ...
  • Panepinto, Samantha (2013)
    While it is often seen as natural for me, as a woman, to study gender, it is frequently questioned why I have chosen to focus this research project on a minority group to which I do not belong. The implication is that I ...
  • Davis, Jenna (2012)
    In this thesis, I argue that while Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, proposes a compelling theory of gender, his model of the pre-Oedipal and Oedipal stages of psychosexual development does not adequately address ...
  • Postone, Benjamin (2015)
    One of the major sources of discord within the contemporary Left is that between the proponents of post-colonial theory and those of traditional Western Marxism. At the heart of this antinomy lies the interface of culture ...
  • Bisgaard-Church, Elliana (Swarthmore College, 2011-04-08)
    First, we hear about the Obama administration trying Guantanamo detainees in military commissions. Then we analyze media coverage of NATO attacks in Libya. Finally, we hear about the controversies surrounding Basetrack, ...
  • Ross, Alexa (2013)
    This thesis is premised on the argument that three subjects are born in the process of childbirth-baby, mother, and doula. If childbirth is seen as a rite of passage, or a ritual that accompanies some kind of transition ...
  • Barton, Pravin (2015)
    Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, a currency that is based on cryptographic proof rather than state issue. Users can send the currency immediately and irreversibly over the Internet. Bitcoin works by a distributed protocol, ...
  • Wondimu, Yeab (2014)
    One of the common uses of Bluetooth is to allow for the playback of audio from a phone or other music device out to Bluetooth speakers. However, for most Bluetooth devices, the range of this connection is limited to about ...

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