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    • The Massacre at Acre--Mark of a Blood-thirsty King? 

      Stroik, Jared (2010-12)
      The Crusades began in 1095 as an effort to resist the spread of Muslim forces into Asia Minor, present-day Turkey, and to prevent Muslims from moving into Christian Europe. The Third Crusade, during the end of the twelfth ...
    • Memorializing Atrocities: The Problems of Censorship and Fleeting Memory within Eastern European Holocaust Sites 

      Covey, Jacob (Office of Student Research and Creative Activity, 2018-12)
      Since 1945, memories of the Holocaust have gradually faded around the world. Using a combination of firsthand accounts by Holocaust survivors and Soviet soldiers who liberated Auschwitz, as well as scholarly articles on ...
    • Metaphors in the Writing Process of Student Writers 

      Gauthier, Carie (2013-12)
      Research shows that metaphors are a useful instructional tool in the science classroom, and additional research shows that student understanding of the writing process impacts the quality of the students' final products. ...
    • Migrant Tejano Laborers in Wisconsin between 1950 and 1970: Effects of an Exclusionary New Deal 

      Scott, Sarah J. (2012-12)
      The Great Depression was a tumultuous period in American history that ushered in an era of tremendous social change in the form of the New Deal. Policies of the era, such as the Wagner Act, formally recognized laborers' ...
    • More Congruences for the k-regular Partition Function 

      Boll, Eric (2014-12)
      A partition of a number n is a list of positive integers whose sum is n. For example, 4 + 2 + 1 and 4 + 1 + 1 + 1 are both partitions of 7. It can be shown that 4 has 5 partitions, 9 has 30 partitions, 14 has 135 partitions, ...
    • A Movement Without a Face: Anonymity and the Push for Women's Rights in 1800s America 

      Willkomm, Sara (2011-12)
      Despite the plethora of research compiled regarding the beginning of the women's rights movement in America in the mid-1800s, only a small number of historians have looked beyond the convention held in Seneca Falls, New ...
    • Music as Political Power in Postwar Germany: The Fight for German Reunification through the Voices of East and West German Musicians 

      Meldrum, Monica (Office of Student Research and Creative Activity, 2018-12)
      When the Second World War ended, Germany embarked on a period of heightened reconstruction. Along with the restoration of bombed buildings and the reestablishment of political systems, the postwar era was a time of rich ...
    • N.Y. Attorney General Eliot Spitzer and His Effect on the Insurance Industry: An Event Study 

      Sasse, Katie (University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 2006-05)
      On October 14, 2004, New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer shook the entire insurance industry by filing a civil lawsuit against a group of insurance companies regarding their alleged price-fixing and bid-rigging. By ...
    • "A New Slavery of Caste": An Evaluation of President Woodrow Wilson with Regard to Race 

      Depew, Jennifer (2017-05-12)
      The presidency of Woodrow Wilson has been traditionally considered successful due to his administration’s progressive legislation and leadership during World War I. Recently, his positive reputation has been challenged ...
    • Oedipa Maas’s Struggle against Existential Nihilism in The Crying of Lot 49 

      Moore, Samantha (Office of Student Research and Creative Activity, 2018-12)
      This paper investigates the journey of protagonist Oedipa Maas in Thomas Pynchon’s novella The Crying of Lot 49, specifically through the lens of her resistance to existential nihilism. Her development throughout the novel ...
    • Oshkosh Scholar 

      Cowling, Audrey; Schuhart, Hope; Gearhart, Amy; Daron, Derek; Kuchera, Anthony; Hathaway, Chris; Mischler, Steven; Stroik, Jared; Ruff, Chelsea; Sanchez Vinueza, Dayana J. (2010-12)
      You might not know that the tagline for Oshkosh Scholar is "A journal of undergraduate discoveries." The editorial team is lucky to share in these discoveries each year, and we're excited to bring them to you today. Allow ...
    • Oshkosh Scholar 

      Breunig, Seth; Cowles, Joshua; Pietsch, Anthony; Hernandez, Amanda; Lakatos, Craig; Irwin, Beth; Newell, Krista; Schoenrock, Amanda; Weir IV, George L.; Short, Kraig; Gruber, Kathryn (2009)
    • Oshkosh Scholar 

      DeRosier, Ryan; Graham, Elizabeth; Knitt, Joseph; Filidoro, Erica; Karel, Scott; Kahl, Douglas; Zinoviev, Alexander; Miller, Katie; Brazeau, Christina; Fuiten, Melissa; Woelfel, Jessica; Koepnick, Erik (Office of Grants and Faculty Development, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 2008-04)
    • Oshkosh Scholar 

      Castillo, Sofia; Fischer-Guex, Laura; Freund, Heather; Glazewski, Megan; Holcomb, Lisa; June, Andrea; Linberts, Jessica; Lyon, Nicole; Perry, August; Pouba, Katherine; Sasse, Katie; Stoll, Jennifer; Thompson, Hans; Tianen, Ashley (Office of Grants and Faculty Development, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 2006-05)
    • Oshkosh Scholar 

      Beaupre, Michael; Willkomm, Sara; Stupka, Rebecca; Haegele, Jennifer; Tempas, Chris; Selenka, Nicole; Moebius, Matthew Alexander (2011-12)
      Contents: Clerical Conceptions of Magic and the Stereotype of the Female Witch; Theology, Psychology, and Politics : The Holy Trinity in Morrison's Beloved; The Pursuit of True Freedom : School Desegregation in Racine, ...
    • Oshkosh Scholar 

      Chomsisengphet, S. Larry; Buchmann, Beau; Schrauth, Jamie; Linberts, Andrea June; Linberts, Jessica; Mynsberge, Heath; Miller, Adeline; Simeth, Anna; Whitfield, Jonathan; Knitt, Joseph; Bodoh, Bruce; Schettle, Sarah; Marker, Erik (Office of Grants and Faculty Development, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, 2007)
    • Oshkosh Scholar Volume IX (2014) 

      Bady, Maria; Boll, Eric; Leonardelli, Ashley T.; Thompson, Karen; Phillips, Alex; McCorkle, Patrick D. (2014-12)
    • Oshkosh Scholar Volume VII (2012) 

      Morrow, Jackie; Tranquilli, Larissa; Buskager, Kevin; Moerchen, Kyle; Boese, Matt; Spaude, Lance; King, Jordan; Scott, Sarah J.; O'Connell, Sara; Boegh, Branden; Luna, Andre; Truell, Peter; Wilichowski, Tracy; Schultz, Gregory L. (2012-12)
    • Oshkosh Scholar Volume VIII (2013) 

      Gauthier, Carie; Kuhl, Michelle; Knoll, Amy; Lukyanova, Anna; Waring, Taylor D.; Wirth, Kristie; Dewitt, John; Duren, Michelle; Lyness, Rosalind (2013-12)
    • Oshkosh Scholar, Volume XI 

      Foster, Ashley; Jones, Taylor; Depew, Jennifer; Persson, Carly; Kanyuh, Charlotte R.; Schumitsch-Jewell, Taylor (2017-05-12)
      Oshkosh Scholar, the UW Oshkosh undergraduate research journal, is a collaborative effort between students and faculty at UW Oshkosh. Students are involved in editing and production coordination, and faculty review articles ...