Interdisciplinary Master's Theses

This section  is for archiving the theses of students pursuing an Interdisciplinary Master of Arts (IDMA) degree at the University of Pittsburgh.

Williams, James (2014) Plastic Narratives: Kaiyodo and the Evolution of Database Consumption. Master's Thesis, University of Pittsburgh.

Czerwien, Christy Anne (2011) "Boys be Ambitious!": The Moral Philosophy of William Smith Clark and the Creation of the Sapporo Band. Master's Thesis, University of Pittsburgh.

Reilly, Dylan (2016) TRANSCREATION: INTERSECTIONS OF CULTURE AND COMMERCE IN JAPANESE TRANSLATION AND LOCALIZATION. Master's Thesis, University of Pittsburgh.

Hoshino, Kaoru (2010) Why an American Quaker Tutor for the Crown Prince? An Imperial Household's Strategy to Save Emperor Hirohito in MacArthur's Japan. Master's Thesis, University of Pittsburgh.

Hogge, Timothy (2016) Turning Crisis into Blessings: The Evolution of Japanese Culture Through Disaster. Master's Thesis, University of Pittsburgh.

Holland-Minkley, Dorothy Florence (2010) God in the Machine: Perceptions and Portrayals of Mechanical Kami in Japanese Anime. Master's Thesis, University of Pittsburgh.

Holmes, Anthony Wayne (2008) Calling Shotgun: The History and Politics of Japan's Bid for a Permanent United Nations Security Council Position. Master's Thesis, University of Pittsburgh.

Sattar, Sadia (2009) Old Friendships: Exploring the Historic Relationship Between Pan-Islamism and Japanese Pan-Asianism. Master's Thesis, University of Pittsburgh.

Hommes, James Mitchell (2006) THE BANSHO SHIRABESHO: A TRANSITIONAL INSTITUTION IN BAKUMATSU JAPAN. Master's Thesis, University of Pittsburgh.

Polen, James Scott (2008) CHANGE AND CONTINITY OF MOMOTARÔ. Master's Thesis, University of Pittsburgh.

Feuillassier, Rémi (2010) Remembering World War II and Narrating the Nation: Study of Tezuka Osamu's War Manga. Master's Thesis, University of Pittsburgh.