2004 Honors Theses
|2004 ||Ahuja, Seema.
Competitive [sic] oxidations of benzyl trisulfide and various aryl substituted disulfides.
|2004 ||Brabham, Tia Marie.
||Egyptian fractions : Brabham theorem for Egyptian fractions.|
|2004 ||Dykes Margaret.
What happened when the men came home? Family dynamics in World War II Mississippi.
|2004 ||Everett, Lauren.
||Prey reception of Mesodinium pulex : focus on hydromechanical signaling.|
|2004 ||Geoghagan, Anika.
Do you want a piece of me? Or should we work this out over non-fat lattes? : the crisis of American masculinity.
|2004 ||Hatt, Jason Daniel.
Walking the straight and narrow? : a portrait of sexuality in 1950s Jackson.
|2004 ||James, George R.
Looking for hope through stained glass : Christian proposals for economic change.
|2004 ||Landry Jerry.
Pederasty, publicity and the public good : a study of responses to Andre Gide's Corydon and the development of ideas about sexuality in the Twentieth century.
|2004 ||Morrison, Megan.
Red clay : a play / by Megan Morrison.
|2004 ||Nichols, Ashley.
||Creative nonfiction : uncovering the truth.|
|2004 ||Pickard, William Michael.
Curious links : the conceptual and perceptual in Coleridge and Wordsworth, 1798-1799.
|2004 ||Smith, Natalie N.
||Chaps and steers : gender in Ernest Hemingway's The sun also rises.|
|2004 ||Townsend, Kenneth.
||Faith-based initiatives and the search for consensus-building dialogue.|