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Dissertations 2001

  • The Social Transformation of the Cologne Carnival
  • The Reactions of the Noble Foubourg to the Dandy Count Robert de Montesquieu: a case-study of modernity in the fin-de-siècle
  • La Retirada: Solidarity or Contempt in Roussillon?
  • Urban Regeneration in Second Empire France: Haussmannisation and the projet Vaïsse in Lyon
  • Did Reunification Promote or Hinder Germany's Integration in the EU?
  • Vive La France? Grenoble's Bourgeoisie Response to the Outbreak of the First World War*
  • How is the Situation of Spanish Women in the 1940's and 1950's Reflected through the Novels of Carmen Martin Gaite?
  • A Split Identity: The Italian Communist Party between Communism and Social Democracy
  • The Swedish Welfare State - Is the Model Image Warranted? The Case Study of the Vardnadsbidrag
  • Revealing the lived female Body - a Feminist Exploration of Gender Identity Illustrated by the Self-writings of Simone de Beauvoir and Anaïs Nin
  • Women on Maternity Strike? Family, Egalitarianism and Problems of Supply
  • The Question of EU Enlargement: A Problem or an Opportunity for Spain?
  • What were the Most Important Factors in determining the Success of the Spanish Transition to Democracy?
  • Pacs, Marriage and Neutrality of the State
  • France and the Enlargement of the European Union
  • Political Unity in 1960's France: How far did Guallism confuse traditional left and right-wing foreign policy reforms?
  • To what extent does Entre Tinieblas break away from the ideology of Dios of the Franco regime
  • Left-Wing Terrorism in Italy in the 1970's : Why, in the initial stages of left-wing terrorism, was public tolerance so high and popular revulsion so low?
  • How Housing Development in Rome was Used by the Facists to Achieve Consensus and Social Control
  • From the Partito Comunista Italiano to the Democratici di Sinistra: a "Peculiar" Transition to Social Democracy
  • The Performance of the Spanish Economy and its Implications for the Regions: A Case of Convergence or Divergence?
  • Is there an Adequate Theory of Equality that Incorporates the Idea of Respect with Regard to Social Exclusion?
  • Discuss Dutchbat's failure in Srebrenica by classifying prominent critiques
  • Will the Euro Seriously Challenge the Hegemony of the Dollar as the International Currency Par Excellence?
  • The "Silence" of Pius XII and the Roman Jews
  • Does "Die Neue Mitte" Make a Valid Claim To Change? Looking at the Process of Programmatic Factional and Organisational Change in the German Social Democratic Party in Comparitive Perspective
  • Describe the ways in which Regional Policy has Aided the Mezzogiorno, with Particular Reference to the Region of Molise
  • Anarchism in the Context of Transnational Civil Movements : The Free Workers' Union in Germany
  • Pooling National Sovereignty in the Schengen Acquis: France and the Rational Choice in Justice and Home Affairs During the Post-Amsterdam Period
  • Francois Mitterand and German Unification
  • To What Extent can the Growing Popularity of the FPÖ since 1986 be Assigned to a Rejection of the EU?
  • Wedding Trousseaux in Late Nineteenth Century France