The Honors Thesis is a research project for which eligible students apply during their junior year and complete in their senior year. Colby departments and programs that have an honors program establish the requirements for the project and its final format. Each student, upon completion of the thesis, is asked to archive his or her project in Digital Commons so that it may be made available to the Colby community and to the world at large.

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Honors Theses from 1987

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Colby College: The Developmental Plan, Katharine V. R. Webster

Honors Theses from 1986

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Burning of the Ursuline convent, Gregory Cronin

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Radicalism in Literature: proletarian fiction of the 1930s, Susan Maxwell

Honors Theses from 1985

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The American West: An Analysis of the Development of Myth as Portrayed in American Literature, Gus Wilmerding

Honors Theses from 1983

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Impact of the 1980 election on ideological liberal organizations, Michael Coval

Honors Theses from 1981

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Iran; Nicaragua; Cuba; An Analysis of Revolutions, Neil Moynihan

Honors Theses from 1958

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Cultural Influences on American Literature in the Late Nineteenth Century, Joan Muir

Honors Theses from 1918

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Cost of war, Lewis Levine