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Honors Students Journal Articles

"Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought." - Albert Szent-Gyorgyi

On this webpage you can find the best honors students’ research papers and information about the authors. In these papers, students investigated periods of time using historical text along with contemporary sources. The projects offer historical perspectives that give us a chance to understand the world around us with its issues in the past and in the future.
These projects are really exciting to read for people who are interested in Social Science. They are helpful for students who want to participate in the honors program and for students who are doing research for Social Science classes! Maybe a semester later your paper will be on this page in the honors’ level! - Svetlana Ziakaeva - CCSF Student Fall 2007

 

FALL 2012

Cynthia Borcena West By Southwest: An Analysis of a Migration See the Data: Manifest Spreadsheet Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

SPRING 2012

Suzanne Ubick’s Feasts and Fancies of the Dutch Baroque Period Faculty Mentor: Maria Cheremeteff

Chad Burns Pioneer Men and their Control of the Overland Route to California: The Diary of John Martin on His Journey West in 1859 Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Isaac Smith Labor, Heresy, and Generous Minds: the 17th Century Jesuits of Maryland Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Mary Dudro From A Women's Eyes: an Analysis of the Society of the Great Depression Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

John Neveu The Crash of a C-46; Tail Number: 41-12420 Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

FALL 2011

Bernard Remollino Rime and Treason: Analysis of the Gunpowder Plot of 1605 in England through The Weekely Newes Publication Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Fatimah Salahuddin “No Protection for Black Girls:” Defining Rape Across Racial Lines Faculty Mentor: Steven Klot

SPRING 2011

Ami Dabokemp Reflecting on Expanded Horizons Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck *Winner of the 2010-2011 Library Research Award!*

Suzanne Ubick Of Ships and Sherds: Pottery and People in the Pre- and Proto-History of Palagruza Faculty Mentor: Dr. Diana Scott

Monica Jane Browatzki Fame: Politicians and Celebrities Faculty Mentor: Dr. Louis Schubert

Ellen Snyder Climbing the Mountain: The African American Fight for Real Equality Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Richard Hirth Political Changes and the Roots of the Progressive Era: As Revealed by a Retired Merchant Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

FALL 2010

Julie Sadlier Societal Reflections: How an Article on the Salem Witch Trials Reflects Antebellum America Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Grace Neveu The Abolitionist Argument Against Slavery as Revealed by The Child's Anti-Slavery Book Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

SPRING 2010

Molly Stark Change Has Come to America Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Kateryna Korobko The Three Races of Man Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Ayokunle Jiboku America’s Constant Ugly Truth: Sodom and Gomorrah Exposed Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Christian Lise A Special Eye-Witness Account on the Journey to the Gold Rush Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Mariya Mayevskaya A Prisoner in Her Own Land Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Amelia Romero The Oppression Of Women In The Nineteenth Century And Their Fight For Suffrage Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

FALL 2009

Suzanne Ubick’s History of Research Bronze Age of the Adriatic Island Bridge, southern Dalmatian Archipelago Faculty Mentor: Henry Schulz

Ian Wilson and Christian Vivero Relationships between Gender, Age and Major of City College of San Francisco Students and Belief in Human Evolution Faculty Mentor: Dr. Raymond Gamba *Presented at the Bay Area Community College Honors Research Symposium at Berkeley!*

Stacey Swain-Campos The Immigration Experiences of Salvadoran Women Faculty Mentor: Rochelle Gatlin

Eyra Reyes Citizen of the World Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Suzanne Ubick Drama and the Dramatist Faculty Mentor: Dr. Ron Johnson *Winner of the 2009-2010 Library Research Award!*

SPRING 2009

Suzanne Ubick’s The Adriatic Island Bridge Region of the Mediterranean Basin in the Later Bronze Age Case Studies Islands Hvar and Vis A Study Faculty Mentor: Henry Schulz

Derek Remski’s Friend and Foe: Fracturing of a Nation Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck *Honorable Mention in the 2008-2009 Library Research Award!*

Heather Coo’s Sickness and Oppression: The Charleston Experience Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Eric Nyeste’s The Ad Council and Reality Control Faculty Mentor: Paolo Sapienza

Youngju Jeon’s Designing Their Own Promised Land Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Luis Baltazar’s You Gotta Fight for your Right to Party Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Rita Killilea’s The Gay Blade: Penetrating the Minds of American Youth Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Jonathan Javier’s The Light It Sheds Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Angelica Nevarez’s Analysis on Herbal Medicine and Survival of the Fittest: How American Citizens Depended Heavily on those Highly Educated and Advertisements in Order to Consume Universally Well-Known Products Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

JinYing Li’s The Time is Ripe to Clean Up the Immigration Mess Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Nazir Sayed’s A Runaway's Struggle: Revealing the Circumstances of the Underground Railroad Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

FALL 2008

Jessica Connolly’s James Blake Miller: The New Marlboro Man Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Louie Ramos’s Creating an Online Community: The Beekeepers of Ilovebees.com Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Anastasia Bogdanova’s The Yosemite Valley Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

Chris Bosma’s Riding on a Man's Back Faculty Mentor: Lillian Marrujo-Duck

 

SPRING 2008

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FALL 2006

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