2005 Journal

The Dogma of Cultural Relativity: A Critique of the Foundation of the Social Sciences
Scott Belcher

The Historical Antecedents of Contemporary Endogenous Growth Theory
Jason Boothe

Family Planning Promotion in the Arab World: Practices, Perceptions and the Effectiveness of Birth Spacing Campaigns in Amman
Brittany Buchholz

The Status of Native American Women: A Study of the Lakota Sioux
Julie Collins

Girls Will Be Girls: A Critique of Female Gender Performance Fashion
Drew Gulley

Sustainability of Today's Communities: Examining "Smart Growth" as an Alternative to Urban Sprawl
Lauren Mattern

Abigail Adams and the Doomed Rhetoric of Revolutionary Era Women
Rachael Pifer

Exploitation and Unfreedom: The Structure and Justification of Exploitation Theory
Trin Turner

Student Editors:

  • William Barton
  • Lauren Derebey
  • Brett Myrick
  • Tom Schenk
  • Lara Schmidt
  • Melissa Weber

DUSSJ Advisor: Glenn McKnight, Associate Professor of History

ArtSci News
October 20, 2016
The Comparison Project will present the third event in its 2016–2017 series on death and dying. A community interfaith dialogue on Oct. 27 will feature representatives of three different refugee religions in Des Moines.