Drake University Social Science Journal

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2011 Journal

Saudi Wahhabism in American Media: Sinister Spread or Fearful Fantasy?
Cody Austin

The Intersection of Race and Class as Exposed in Hurricane Katrina
Katie Bell

The Necessity of Plea Bargaining
Aaron Mohr

Bibles and Ballots: The Formation of Conscience and Popular Expressions of Anti-Slavery Sentiments in Early Warren County, Iowa.
Adam Naughton

Pornography’s Eclipse: Exposing Rape in Popular Film
Brittanie Pearson

The Myth of Spanish Neutrality: U.S. Foreign Relations with Spain 1939-1941
Sean Stanton

Student Editors:

  • Nathan Baggett
  • Andrew Keller
  • Kathleen Sheridan
  • Martina Wolf
  • Afsaneh Zaeri

DUSSJ Advisor: Joanna Mosser, Associate Professor of Pollitical Science

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A&S News
April 24, 2018
Global climate change has been called the single most significant threat to human existence. Drake senior Marie Dolleman found a way to make it hauntingly beautiful.