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Tulane Honors Program

Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Theses Online!

First theses available! We will obviously have to find a better method of presenting the theses and storing them online (the Library is considering how to do this and that is who needs to be in charge of this), but several scholars have decided to be the first to put their work up for all to see! For those who are interested in reading any Honors thesis produced at Tulane they housed in the Special Collections in the University Archives.





So here are our first theses for you to view online:




  • Bowers, Erin - SPECIFIC ION EFFECTS ON ß-GLUCOSIDASE KINETICS









  • Carden, Amy - The Effects of High School Student Service on Active Citizenship






  • Hedden, Wesley - LATINOS IN NEW ORLEANS POST-KATRINA: A CASE STUDY IN SOCIAL NETWORK DEVELOPMENT IN A LUTHERAN CHURCH









  • Keeline, Tom - ANGER IN CLASSICAL ATHENIAN LAW COURTS






  • Murphy, Alan - INFERRED RELIGION IN J. K. ROWLING’S HARRY POTTER






  • Sparks, Evan - ECCLESIASTICAL POLITY AND POLITICAL THEOLOGY: SOURCES OF THE POLITICAL THOUGHT OF SAMUEL RUTHERFORD IN LEX, REX










  • UPDATE: Thank you to those of you who have sent me your thesis and permission to post them online! I hope to get them up in some form or other later this week.
    Stay tuned! -Cb








    For those of you seniors, past and present, who wrote a thesis (and still have it on your computer): Would you be willing to share it to the world at large? The bound copies are going into the library, but it occurs to me that many would be of great value to the broader public and we ought to try and make them available. If you are willing and can provide a pdf of your thesis, please send it along and I will work to get them up on the web.
















    (Along these same lines, if any of you are whizzes at programming we will also then need a way to provide access and, ideally, search ability to these theses. Please send all offers to help to my email!)
















    Thanks and congratulations again to all our recent Honors graduates!

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