Samantha Aurilia, “Contradictions and Coalitions: the Anti Rape Movement in the United States, 1968-1975.”
Clare Hennigan, "'The Last Ditch of Oppression': Charles Sumner and Public School in the District of Columbia"
Kyle P. Dalton, "'Active and Efficient': Enlisted Men and the Service of the United States Ambulance Corps"
Caitlin Ann Monaco, "'Whoever Comes After Us Will Find Nothing': The Role of Great Britain in the Allied Fight Against Nazi Art Theft and Acquisition"
Christina Johnson, "The Inuit, Robert Perry, and the Discovery of the North Pole"
Kieran Kelly, "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner: A Mixed Marriage in Twelfth-Century Ireland"
Brett Kline, "Benjamin Franklin Wade: Labor, Women, and the Limits of a Radical Republican"
Stephen M. Borthwick, "Brother of Germany: Martin Luther and German Nationalism 1516-1546"
Robert Coons, "The Self-Fashioning of Quintus Sertorius: A Study in Leadership"
Sean P. Phillips, "'The Blessings of a Necessary Peace': The French Charter of 1814 and the Stability of the Bourbon Restoration"
Maureen Costello, “Gentle Steps of Passion: The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom”