Jaia Alexander, Cole McNamara, Ryan Schmidt, and Ian Veen
The project Finding Freedom explores how immigration from Mexico to the United States has changed since the first group of Mexican-Americans were declared citizens in 1846.
Matt Allee, Anna George, Sydney Kempf, and Bryce Nze
This project introduces the limitations of freedom and movement in the Native American Community in a religious context.
Ashley Boylan, Cassy Borley, Devin Weeks, and Jarrod Koester
This project focuses on the experiences of Norwegian migrants to the United States during the middle to late nineteenth century and early twentieth century, examining what influenced their movement and following their lives in their country of origin as well as their host nation.
Hope Burns, Jacquez Henderson, Michelle Jensen, and Alex Kassan
This project focuses on how the perception of women’s freedom has changed over time through advertisements in the United States of America.
Jonathan Daniel, Nora Byrne, Ty Brown, and Paige Green
This project examines the migration of Syrians to Turkey during the Syrian civil war.
Austin Jacks, Kurt Helmich, Royal Hartwig, and Anu Kadampelil
This project explores how the freedoms and homelands of Native Americans have been affected over time.
Makayla Melton, Shelby Skaggs, Karina Latsko, and Tyler Kryszyn
This project examines how the relationship of purely benevolent and hopeful intentions conflicted with a lack of funding, lack of understanding, and eventually gross abuse and neglect.
Emma Stockrahm, Jessie Surridge, Anna Swenson, and Olivia Stewart
By analyzing prominent historical events, women's clothing, and scholarly writings from the twentieth century and today, this project aims to better understand women's freedoms in America over time, specifically for middle to upper class caucasian women.
Laura Wilson, Mercedes Vasquez, Gavin Zawacki, and Kassi Tiedjens
This project explores the impact internet access has on an individual's freedom and whether internet access inhibits or increases freedom in different regions of the world.
Jessie Wisniewski, Emma Milstead, Sophia Van Slyke, and Jack DeGroot
This project explores what freedom looked like in Germany and Japan between World War One and World War Two, specifically focusing on political, economic, and social freedoms.
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