The thesis is the capstone experience at Princeton, and history of science concentrators have written prize-winning theses on a wide range of different sciences, in many different times and places.
- "Making Sense of Icy Times: Early Cold War Science in Alaska and the Founding Years of Arctic Research Laboratory"
- "A War Within: The Violence, Chemistry, And Political Mobilization Behind The World’s First Cancer-Killing Agents"
- "'We Must All Care': Constructing Maternal Mortality as a Social Issue in America, 1922-1941"
- "Towards Self-Health: Healing Black Neurosis, Drug Addiction, and AIDS in the Nation of Islam"
- "A Madness Network: Psychiatric Survivor Activism in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1972-1986"
- "A Theistic Naturalism: The Union of Science and Religion in the Work of Dr. William Benjamin Carpenter"
- "Man, Machine, and Monitor: The Militarization of Attention Through Vigilance in the Twentieth Century"
- "A Bundle of Sadness: Medicalization of Postpartum Depression"
- "A Double-Edged Thermometer: Mass Media's Depiction of Climate Change and Global Warming in the United States, 1988 to 2000"
- "Do Androids Dream of Electric Programmers? Popular Imagination and the Rise of Corporate Artificial Intelligence"
- "'We Have Lift-off!: How the United States Government Shaped the Private Rocket Launch Industry Post 1984"
- "Reinventing Trust Without Authority: Philosophies of Cryptography and Decentralization"
- "A Tale of Two Hemisphere: Split-Brain Research and the Popularization of Science"
- "No Country for Dead Men: Spanish Influenza, Mass Fatality Management and American Death Care Industries, 1918-1965"