O'Brien Award Archive
Monsignor Francis A. O'Brien Award
Best essay by a senior history major
"The Interaction between State and Commerce during WWI as seen through British Tobacco Advertisements "
"A Woman's Silver Lining: Mrs. Delia Hammond Locke and Perceptions of Womanhood in 1850s California"
"The Land O'Lakes Innovation: Papal Authority, Anti-Modernism, and the Land O'Lakes Vision"
"The Apotheosis of Love: Critiques of Fin 'Amor and the Development of Romantic Love"
Gregory de la Iglesia
"Managing Total Infection: Public Health and Research Initiative to Combat the 1918-19 Pandemic in the United Kingdom"
"How Blest the Righteous When He Dies?: Shifting Visions of Heaven in the Methodist Hymnody of the Civil War Era"
“Looking Abroad for Answers: Mexico’s Confidential Communications with Foreign Embassies in ’68”
“Pristine Nature’ between Steels Mills and Subdivisions: How Land Use Conflicts Created the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore"
“’Let Us Do Whatever It Takes’: The Strategic and Domestic Implications of Lyndon Johnson’s Space Policy”
“’A Turning Point in the Campaign for Equality’: An Analysis of the ERA Ratification Campaign in Indiana”
"Loss of Meaning: The De-Politicization of Cold War Protest Music"
"Fashioning the Individual: Clothing in Renaissance Italy"
"You Must Fight Injustice Wherever You Find it' Monsignor John J. Egan and Catholic Action Against Segregation in Chicago"
"Jewish Immigration and the Industrial Removal Office"
"Deism and Christianity in Colonial America"
"Great Britain and Latin American Independence: A Case Study of British Diplomacy involving Argentina and Colombia, 1806-1825"
"Krupp and IG Farben: Justice at Nuremberg?"
John William Jacobs, Jr.
"The History of the Interstate System and the Social Consequences of Constructing Highways in Urban Areas"
John-Paul William Drevline
"Ernst Kaltenbrunner and the Fusion of Nazi Intelligence Services"
"An Earthly Battle Within a Cosmic War: C. S. Lewis on the Christians Role in War and World War II"