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From New South to Sunbelt: Greenville, South Carolina 

Baker, Andrew Harrison (2020-07-21)  ETD File Embargoed
Greenville County, South Carolina is the Palmetto State's most populous county and exert's substantial influence on the state's politics and economy. Spaces such as Greenville have largely been omitted from the narrative ...

Globalization and the Auto Industry in the U.S. South 

Mohr, John (2018-07-19)
Since the early 1980s, numerous foreign automakers have built plants to manufacture motor vehicles in the American South. Mercedes, Honda, and Hyundai in Alabama and Kia Motors in Georgia are some examples of this ...

Invincible Arrows: Soviet Development and Global Cold War Proliferation of Strela-2/2M Shoulder-Fired Surface-to-Air Missile Technology, 1956-1988 

LaFavor, Lydia (2023-11-17)  ETD File Embargoed
This dissertation offers a comprehensive technological history of the Soviet Strela-2 shoulder-fired surface-to-air missile from 1956 to 1988. Part I analyzes the origins of the Strela-2 program in the Soviet Military ...

Race and the John Birch Society 

Heidenreich, Benjamin (2023-04-27)  ETD File Embargoed
This dissertation aims to uncover why the John Birch Society, since its early beginnings, has carried the label racist when the JBS firmly maintains it never considered race. While it could be that the JBS leadership has ...

Voices From the Plains: The Black Legacies of Auburn Alabama 

Puckett, Jerryn (2023-11-28)
This study explores the legacies of African Americans in Auburn Alabama beginning with the city’s founding and ending with desegregation of Auburn’s schools. The first section focuses on slavery, the migration of African ...

Writing in Defense of Black Womanhood: Twentieth Century Black Female Intellectuals and the Development of Intersectional Thought 

London, Gwendolyn (2023-08-03)  ETD File Embargoed
“Writing in Defense of Black Womanhood” seeks to create an intellectual genealogy for the theory of intersectionality. Kimberlé Crenshaw’s influential articles, “Demarginalizing the Intersection of Race and Sex: A Black ...