I am pleased to announce that I have (finally!) uploaded my senior undergraduate departmental honors thesis! I wrote this paper during my senior year at Millersville University while I was studying for my bachelors in history degree.
My adviser was Professor David Fortin, and I defended the thesis in front of a small committee. The committee was comprised of Professor Fortin, Dr. Tracey Weis in the history department and Dr. Derek Shanahan in the geography department.
Overall this was a great experience writing the paper, and I am still proud of it eight years later. My prose and style of writing may have changed since then, but my interest in the topic has not waned. Soon after graduating from Millersville and leaving for Pittsburgh, Professor Fortin also left Millersville for a job in Philadelphia (I think)... I would love to reconnect with him and say hey. If any readers could help with that, I would greatly appreciate it!
This paper has been transferred many times over many computers and operating systems. Inevitably, some of those migrations caused changes in the paper. I edited the paper to fix the footnotes; otherwise the paper is as it was in May 2007.
Without further ado, here it is: Female Celtic Saints: Cross-Cultural Connections from Across the Irish Sea.