M.A. Alumni Archives

Completed 2010-2011

Thomas Hoyt (University of Oklahoma / B.A. Journalism; Harvard University / M.A., East Asian Studies; University of Oklahoma / M.A. 2011. Thesis: “Imagining America scientific: John William Draper's conflict thesis as nationalist rhetoric”)

Devin T. McCombs (University of Oklahoma / B.S., Physics; University of Oklahoma / M.A. 2011)

Shannon Pingenot (Kansas State University / B.S., Education-History; University of Oklahoma / M.A. 2011. Thesis: “Keeping Up With the Johnsons: Multi-media Mavens of the Early Twentieth Century Safari”)

Kimberly Rudolph (Colby College / B.A., Science, Technology and Society; University of Oklahoma / M.A. 2011)

Completed 2009-2010

Jason K. Brogden (Texas Tech / B.S., Exercise and Sports Sciences; Dallas Theological Seminary / M.Th.; University of Oklahoma / M.A. 2010. Thesis: “‘Notions of natural knowledge’: Thomas Torrance and natural theology”)

Completed 2008-2009

J Harvey (University of Oklahoma / B.A., Letters; University of Oklahoma / M.A., Latin; University of Oklahoma / M.A. 2009. Thesis: “Abraham Ibn Ezra's critique of Ptolemy's astrology”)

T. Russell Hunter (University of Oklahoma / B.A., Philosophy; University of Oklahoma / M.A. 2009. Thesis: “Re-thinking Asa Gray's ‘Natural selection not inconsistent with natural theology’”)

Jacqueline Kropp (University of Oklahoma / B.A., French; University of Oklahoma / M.A. 2009) 

Sam Spence (University of Oklahoma / B.S., Physics; University of Oklahoma / M.A. 2008. Thesis: “Science Fiction and the Perception of SDI”)

John Stewart (University of Oklahoma / B.A., Letters; University of Oklahoma / M.A. 2008. Thesis: “Richard Kirwan’s Chemical Theory and his participation in the Chemical Revolution”)

Lisa Torres (University of Oklahoma / B.A., History; University of Oklahoma / M.A. 2008. Thesis: “A Reexamination of Caroline Herschel: Eighteenth-Century Astronomy and the Herschel Family Economy”)

Henry Zepeda (Thomas Aquinas College / B.A., Liberal Arts; University of Oklahoma / M.A. 2008. Thesis: “Compound Ratios in the Work of Jordanus de Nemore”)