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America’s Nightmare The Rise and Fall of the Federal Elections Bill and the Making of an American Ethos By Coda Danu-Asmara Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor Arts In the Department of History at Brown University Thesis Advisor: Richard Meckel April 6th, 2018 ii iii To my beloved.

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I began researching missionaries in Egypt as a student in herMedicine and Public Health in Africacourse, and she helped me conceptualize this thesis. From working to secure funding for my research to providing feedback on my arguments and writing, she helped me see this project through from start to finish.

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Confining the Unfit The Eugenics Movement in Early Twentieth Century Rhode Island by Zoë Gilbard Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts In the Department of History at Brown University Thesis Advisor: Debbie Weinstein, Ph.D.

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Establishment and Civil War at the Government Hospital for the Insane 1852-1865 By Sarah Novicoff Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts In the Department of History at Brown University Thesis Advisor: Jennifer Lambe 6 April 2018 Acknowledgements A project like this could not have been done alone.

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According to the southern physician, Thisdisease of the mindthatinduces the negro to run away from service,” could be prevented if slave masters exercised behavioral and environmental control over their slaves through adherence to a specific treatment plan.2 Enslaved people could be cured of this mental illness if they weretreated kindly, well fed and clothed, with fuel enough to keep a small fire burning all night--separated into families, each family having its own house--not permitted to run about at night to visit their neighbors, to receive visits or use intoxicating liquors, and not overworked or exposed too much to the weather, they are very easily governed--more so than any other people in the world.”3 In March of 1863, just twelve years after the New Orleans based journal published Cartwright’s report on Drapetomania, an enslaved man named Gordon escaped from captivity, then travelled approximately eighty miles, until hereached the safety of Union soldiers stationed at Baton Rouge ten days later.”4 While Gordon was serving in the Union army a photo of his exposed back, and the extensive scarring that marred it, was taken two itinerant photographers, William D.

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Pearl of New Bedford The Atlantic Sea Scallop Fishery in Late Twentieth Century New England By Grace Gagnon Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts In the Department of History at Brown University Thesis Advisor: Bathsheba Demuth, Ph.D April 6, 2018 1 1 2 1 NOAA, “Fisheries Of The Northeastern United States; Atlantic Sea Scallop Fishery; Framework Adjustment 27,” Consortium for Ocean Leadership​, February 24, 2016. 2The eyes of a Scallop”, Imgur Photo, April 15, 2016, https://imgur.com/irerzPg. 2 The scallop, with a fluted shell appearing as a delicateruffle or frill”,3 fringe of cilia between its two valves, among rows of otherworldly-looking, shockingly blue eyes, and pearl of white meat inside, has captivated people for centuries.

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Prisoners of Propaganda: The Repatriation Crisis and the Allied Council for Japan, 1945-1952 By Greer Christensen-Gibbons Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Degree of Bachelor of Arts In the Department of History at Brown University Thesis Advisor: Kerry Smith 6 April 2018 Acknowledgements I owe significant thanks to so many people who made this project possible.

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Radical Actors: The Women’s Social and Political Union’s Staging of the Suffrage Campaign LSE Library. ​Processing Suffragettes, c.1908.​ Photo, December 1, 2010.

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The Origins and Contested Legacy of Indonesia’s Berkeley Mafia, 19551969 By Barry Thrasher Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts In the Department of History at Brown University Thesis Advisor: Professor Kerry Smith April 6th, 2018 Thrasher ii Acknowledgements I would like to take the time to single out several people whose help made this project possible.

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The Second Removal: Urban Renewal and the Origins of the Japanese American Redress Movement By Katelynn Pan Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts In the Department of History at Brown University Thesis Advisor: Naoko Shibusawa April 6, 2018 Acknowledgements This thesis would not have been possible without the expertise and generosity of many.

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The road that brought me to a history thesis on Jewish feminist praxis and prayer was one whose clearest signposts were the people who not only shaped me but gave me space to shape myself. It is a great joy to be able to thank some of them here.

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