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The Under-the-Radar Thesis Topic: A Retrospective on my own Experience

Many Princeton students, when writing their senior theses, will be required to submit something resembling a “literature review,” where they give a broad summary of the extant literature on their respective senior thesis topics. Surveying the extant literature on a topic can help students to develop their own independent thoughts on the matter. For many students, the literature ends up being a very important part of the actual final text of the senior thesis. 

After reaching this stage when researching my senior thesis topic, a relatively-unknown Arabic Christian legal text from 18th-century Lebanon called the Mukhtaṣar al-Sharīʿa of ʿAbdallāh Qarāʿalī, I realized that only a few paragraphs and couple footnotes had been written about the text in English. All told, the entire body of English-language academic work on the Mukhtaṣar totalled a mere two pages. This lack of a developed scholarly conversation about my topic came with its own challenges and opportunities. The relative obscurity of this topic was a large part of why I chose to write my thesis about it— I found it to be very intriguing and wished there was more written about it. In this post I intend to look back at my own experience writing a thesis on such a niche topic, and hope to offer some considerations on how such a project might be approached. 

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My Experience

In my view, there were two main problems which stemmed from the lack of scholarship on my thesis topic and which I had to find a way around. First, if I didn’t understand something about the text, there was nothing which I could consult for a simple explanation. Second, I would have to work hard to find material to argue for or against. I approached these issues through two main avenues. First, I made use of scholarly writing which was not written in English. After doing a bit of digging, I uncovered a few sources written in German, French, and Arabic which discussed my topic. I used AI-based translation software to get a rough translation of the French and German works. While there are definitely pitfalls associated with such a move (these translators are sometimes inaccurate, although on the whole they do a good job of rendering long texts from European languages into English), it allowed me to access useful information much more easily, and I made sure to look closely at the original French and German for any quotations I leaned on in my thesis. I just had to work through the Arabic material on my own. To some extent, the lack of scholarly work on my topic had been an illusion— broadening my horizons to include non-English materials made my thesis much stronger. My other strategy was to look for more information about topics which had less-obvious connections to my text and look for parallels. Sometimes I would find these hidden in the footnotes of articles which discussed my topic, often they were recommended by a professor, and occasionally they were even readings I had done in previous Princeton coursework. For example, an article about a 13th-century Syriac Christian legal text from Iraq was very important to me because it showed me different ways to approach my own 18th-century Lebanese Christian legal text. 

When I read through older scholarship about my thesis topic, I got the sense that little had been written about this text because scholars had treated it dismissively, either claiming that it was just like every other legal text of its time or instead emphasizing one highly unusual aspect of the text while ignoring the rest. After looking at the text very closely for a number of months, I didn’t agree with either of these arguments, and so I decided to write about the text’s approach to older legal texts. I really enjoyed this process, in large part because I didn’t have to worry about the possibility that someone had already made the exact same argument. Choosing such an under-the-radar topic gave me great liberty to argue along whatever lines I liked best and to chart my own path of thinking.

What You Could Do

One of the amazing things about pursuing research as an undergraduate at Princeton is that you have the freedom to study just about anything. You can tackle the biggest questions in a field, or you can look at something that nobody has researched in-depth before. Some advantages that I found while looking at a more obscure source was that I was able to look at it from a bigger angle (as opposed to looking at a very particular aspect of some more prominent topic) and ask bigger questions. Not having to wade through tomes of previous scholarship was both a blessing and a curse, but I really enjoyed researching in these uncharted waters. If this sounds appealing to you, here are a few things to consider.

Finding a very niche topic could be difficult. If you do end up studying something like this, you’ll probably come upon it by accident. It is hard to find “undiscussed” subjects through a standard library search precisely because they don’t show up in the sources where you would normally look. If you do end up finding a very under-the-radar topic which excites your interests, you might also have a bit of a harder time finding an adviser, since your proposed topic might not align perfectly with any single professor’s field of expertise. In my case, I stuck with my JP adviser because of how much I had benefited from his advising while writing my JP, and was confident that he could help me tackle this topic. Once this hurdle is past, your adviser will be your greatest ally. No matter how obscure your research interests are, your adviser will be able to connect it to better-known areas of study and to suggest helpful strategies for tackling such a singular topic. Princeton has many resources to support seniors writing their theses which you can absolutely take advantage of. No matter how mainstream your topic is or isn’t, the thesis process can be a very rewarding experience and there are many people at Princeton here to help you succeed.

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  • Cervical cancer screening among women living with HIV in South-Eastern Africa: a multi-country, population-based study 

An, Jenny 

  • Knowledge and Experiences of Overdose among Formerly Incarcerated People Living with HIV and Opioid Use Disorder in South Africa: A Qualitative Study 

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  • Surviving Stigma: The Impact of Interpersonal Drug and HIV stigma on Engagement with Harm Reduction Interventions for Women who use Drugs in Tanzania 

Daterao, Monal Rahul 

  • Anopheline Mosquito Drivers of Malaria Transmission in Nchelenge District, Zambia 

Del Rosario, Oliver Evangelista 

  • Unauthorized ENDS Availability in Baltimore Brick-and-Mortar Stores 

Evansen, Isabella Marie 

  • Exploration of Policymakers’ Perceptions Regarding Baby Friendly Spaces (BFS) in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh 

Garvin, Martin Paul 

  • Risk Factors for Online Sexual Violence: A Secondary Data Analysis of Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Namibia 

Goldberg, Andrew Eli 

  • Medicaid vs. Commercial Reimbursement Rates for CPT Code 99285 

Huynh, Katie N 

  • STI Testing After Involvement in a HIV/HCV and Substance Use Disorder Screening and Intervention Program at an Urban Adult Emergency Department 

Konduru, Divya 

  • Qualitative Analysis of Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs) in Children from Latinx Immigrant Families 

Libby, John Harrison 

  • A Retrospective Longitudinal Study on The Impact of Nurse Staffing on Urinary Tract Infections in Nursing Homes 

Luthria, Tanisha Manoj 

  • Exploration of Gender Norms in villages in Madhya Pradesh, India in the context of Gender Resource Centers 

Martinez, Louie Remijio 

  • Assessing the Relationship Between Weight Regain and Depression Severity: Results from the Look AHEAD Study 

Qassamali, Maliha 

  • Digital Access & Use and the Effect on Quality of Life in Two Provinces in Pakistan 

Qassamali, Mishal 

  • Bridging the Gap: An Analysis on Internet and Mobile Phone Access and Use and Maternal Health Outcomes 

Sheth, Lily Barnes 

  • “Nobody cares if you’re pregnant:” Understanding carceral prenatal care policies through the lived experiences of incarcerated pregnant women in the U.S. 

Vasquez, Catalina Abigail 

  • Identifying Conserved Immunogenic Antigens in T. cruzi strains to improve the serological diagnosis of Chagas Disease 

Williams, Hardy Hardin 

  • Ripple Effects: How State-Level Policy Environments Impact the Mental Health of U.S. Transgender Women 

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Preliminary performance test of different strains of sitao , Lina P. Guia

A Cytological Study of Philippine Bananas I. Bungulan, Latundan and Lacatan , Jose C. Hapitan

Effects of fertilization and injury treatment on eggplant fruit formation. , Lilia A. Juano

Resistance of some sugarcane varieties to downy mildew (Sclerospora philippinensis Weston). , Rolando V. Labios

Fractionation and characterization of phenolic compounds in bignay [Antidesma bunius (L.) Spreng] pomace , Angella Sophia B. Laderas

Evaluation of systematic fungicides for control of smut of sugarcane under green-house conditions. , Hector H. Las Piñas

Influence of indole butyric acid treatments on the rooting of leafless cutting on ten unnamed gummamela varieties , Alejandro A. Llamoso

Comparative study of two sunflower (Helianthus annuus Linn.) varieties grown under coconut and in the open field , Leonardo P. Lopez

the Effects of Protective Plastic Covers on Growth and Yield of Tomato and Cabbage , Renato C. Mabesa

Preliminary Study on the seed production of okra during the wet season , Carlos L. Madrazo Jr

Maximizing Rice and Corn Production: Evaluation of Los Baños no. 1, Peta Tjere Mas and Position of Planting When Grown Under Palagad or Dry- Season Lowland Culture , Celestino M. Marquez

Evaluation of Bean Quality in Cacao Species. II. The Protein and Amino Acid Composition of Cacao Beans , Imelda A. Maure

Studies on Drought-Resistance of Some Promising Sugarcane Varieties , Raymundo B. Mendoza

a Further Study on the Influence of Three Kinds of Stock on Ladu Mandarin (Citrus reticulata Blanco) , Alejandro G. Micosa

A study on the effect of various culture media on the growth development of Phaleonopsis grandiflora Reich. f. ovules , Rufina C. Navasero

The effects of spacing and topping and their interrelationship on okra seed production. , Norma V. Norcio

the Influence of Nitrogen Nutrition Population Density on the Yield and Yield Components of Grain Sorghum at Fifty Centimeter Row Spacing , Wilfredo D. Pal-Laya

the Influence of Number of Plants to a Hill on the Yield of Corn at 100 Centimeter Row Spacing , Rogelio V. Perez

the Effect of Fertilizer Placement on Germination, Field and Yield of CES-55 Mungo Cultivar , Ofelia F. Samson

A study of dry matter distribution among aerial organs for cowpea varieties , Kamolwan Vichaidist

Theses/Dissertations from 2022 2022

The cytology and gross morphology of the aneuploid progeny of triploid x diploid rice hybrids , Leonila N. Alonzo

Propagation of coffee by cutting , Dafrosa G. Arganosa

Comparative response of rice and cogon to wind factor , Yolanda E. Arreola

Effects of varying amounts of potassium on the external appearance, dry matter, and ash contents of upland rice plants , Jacinto F. Babaan

The comparative effects of mineral difficiencies and excess on the germination and morphology of the coconut "makapuno" embryo. (Cocos nucifera) L. grown in vitro. , Victoria B. Bagaoisan

Photoperiodical response of five new line selections of soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merill) in the Philippines , Aurora M. Baltazar

The reaction to Helminthosporium leaf spot and pollen fertility of crosses between standard Philippine corn inbreds and A158 B , Meduardo C. Cabanting

Performance test of double-cross sweet corn hybrids , Reynaldo O. Caliboso

Bioassay of the makapuno milk: cytology of carrot tissue cultures , Gemma P. Deangkinay

The effects of source of inoculant and varying levels of nitrogen on the yield and other agronomic characters of soybean. , Eduardo R. De Arellano

Comparative performance of fifteen tomato varieties , Catalina G. Dela Cruz

A preliminary study on the yielding ability of some promising cowpea hybrids and three commercial varieties , Benedicta C. Dinulos

Growth of calamandarin (Citrus reticulata Blanco X Citrus madurensis Loureiro) following photoperiod and gibberellic acid treatments , Francisco S. Dizon III

Susceptibility of sugarcane varieties to rat infestation , Cesar M. Drilon Jr

Effect of dymid on the sex ration of cucumber , Dionisio A. Galang

The effect of light intensity and nitrogen fertilization on the growth rate of the octopus tree (Brassaia actinophylla Endl.) , Francisco G. Pascual Jr

Biology of Pistia stratiotes L. , Cecilia P. Tamayo

Theses/Dissertations from 2021 2021

Genetic and pathogenic variability of rice false smut pathogen (Ustilaginoidea virens Cke. Tak.) in the Philippines , Mark Jave A. Bautista

Theses/Dissertations from 2018 2018

Analysis of the provision of gender-sensitive extension and agricultural advisory services among selected municipalities in Laguna Province , Eloisa Grace Artes Mirandilla

Theses/Dissertations from 2017 2017

Efficacy of herbicides on weeds in a non-crop area, herbicide carry-over trial on pole sitao and bitter gourd, and seed growth treatment in rice : a research apprenticeship , Alan Renz O. Faminial

Effects of humic acid-based feed additive on performance of broiler chickens , Bernadette Gerpacio Sta. Cruz

Theses/Dissertations from 2016 2016

Partial alpha-amylase activity profiling of Aspergillus niger biotech 3080-derived enzymes in rice bran substrate , Hector S. Abes

Influence of temperature and relative humidity on the adult longevity and progeny production of Bactrocera cucurbitae (Diptera : Tephritidae), pest of cucurbits , Judd Andrew D. Ada

Induction of mutation in sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas) using diethyl sulfate (DES) and phenotypic and molecular characterization of induced mutants , Lorraine Klein M. Altovar

Genetic diversity analysis of coconut (Cocos nucifera Linn.) palms selected as survivors against coconut scale insect (Aspidiotus sp.) outbreak infestation in Laguna and Batangas , Ana Clarissa M. Ambagan

Herbicide selectivity in transplanted rice (Oryza sativa L.) at different planting depths and effect of seed treatment on shoot and root lengths of rice at the Bayer CropScience Agronomic Development Southeast Asia : a research apprenticeship , Philina Christine P. Amurao

Effect of soil conservation measures on soil physico-chemical properties and maize yield at different slope positions , Regina Angeline F. Angeles

Determination of the potential of miracle plant (Synsepalum dulcificum) flowers for tea development , Rowellito S. Araña

Research internship on vegetable breeding with emphasis on pedigree selection for disease resistance in bitter gourd (Momordica Charantia L.) , Earl Austin B. Aromin

Determination of egg quality characteristics of three breeds of Philippine native chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus, Linn.) and their crosses , Clarence Aaron M. Articona

Detection of pork contamination in meat products using DNA markers specific to the mitochondrial cytochrome B gene of swine (Sus scrofa) , Shery Ane N. Artillaga

Genome sequence characterization of candidate host factor genes for virus resistance in tomato (Solanum lycopersicon Mill.) and rice (Oryza sativa Linn.) , Jayson C. Asunto

Phenological characterization of cacao (Theobroma cacao) from flowering to ripening using the BBCH scale , Hannah R. Azogue

The lipolytic activity of Pseudomonas fluorescens Biotech 1123 in commercially available salted butter under refrigerated conditions and its relation to product quality deterioration , Gilda Melanie O. Babaran

Production and evaluation of indian mango (Mangifera indica L.) seed kernel flour and its utilization in brownies , Mary Ann P. Bacarro

Interaction effects of flooding and seed burial on weedy rice (Oryza sp.) seed mortality , Kairah Patrisse R. Baldovino

Phytochemical, physico-chemical and sensory properties of ready-to-drink beverage from water lily (Nymphaea rubra) , Perseus Homer M. Balite

Optimization of tissue culture requirements for in vitro shoot multiplication of garlic (Allium sativum L.) , Glecy P. Bandojo

Effect of diet complexity and phase feeding in early broiler chick diets on growth performance, fecal quality, caloric efficiency and diet economics , Alberto Louis A. Basinillo

Food science and technology practicum at Universal Robina Corporation (URC), Cereal Plant, Brgy. Bagong Ilog, Pasig City, Metro Manila , Cathlyn Kim L. Bernardo

Duodenal a-amylase activity of broiler chickens fed diets supplemented with multi-enzyme combination products , Jayce Ann V. Bocala

Research internship on DArT marker characterization and detection for BX2 gene presence in native and inbred corn , Carlo M. Briz

Production practices of mungbean of the Bureau of Plant Industry - Los Baños National Crop Research, Development and Production Support Center (BPI-LBNCRDPSC) , Benjamin Jorge L. Cadag

Determination of the maternal lineage of Philippine native cattle (Bos indicus, Linn.) using the mitochondrial DNA D-loop sequence variation , Edelbert P. Carajay

Food science and technology practicum at Monde Nissin Corporation, Sta. Rosa, Laguna , Alyson O. Carpio

Partial biological characterization of Erwinia sp., the causal organism of bacterial crown rot of papaya (Carica papaya L.) , Raphael Gabriel F. Carvajal

Inhibition of meristematic regrowth on Luffa cylindrica L. rootstock and determination of possible DNA transfer between grafted Momordica charantia L. and Luffa cylindrica L. , Angelito C. Casas Jr

Postharvest practices in selected legumes seed production of the Bureau of Plant Industry-Los Baños , Venina Gelyn Y. Chua

Development of instant chocolate black rice (Oryza sativa L.) porridge , Jacqueline H. De Belen

Variability of soil properties along the southern slope of Mt. Banahaw, Quezon, Philippines , Bon August F. Decena

Food science and technology practicum at Newly Weds Foods (Philippines), Canlubang, Calamba, Laguna , Genieper B. De La Cruz

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Effects of endocarp removal and trichoderma (Trichoderma spp.) application on germination and growth of red bourbon and yellow bourbon Arabica coffee (Coffea arabica L.) , Kryzelle Diane C. Eres

UPLB's technology transfer and commercialization practices : the case of the Center for Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship (CTTE) , Ma. Lobelle M. Esguerra

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Research internship on rejuvenative pruning of Robusta (Coffea canephora L.) coffee at Jamboree site, UP Los Baños , Ardjani S. Fernando

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Effect of relative humidity and essential oils on conidial germination of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides (Penz.) Sacc. causing mango anthracnose , Jean Quennie Marie C. Gauna

Food science and technology practicum at RFM Corporation-Cabuyao Logistics and Industrial Center KM. 47 RFM Road, Brgy. Pulo, Cabuyao City, Philippines , Janine C. Genoveso

Physico-chemical and phytochemical properties, antioxidant activity, and total phenolic content of the indigenous plant Lagikway (Abelmoschus manihot) , Richelle Anne N. Guevara

Food science and technology practicum at Philippine Carabao Center National Headquarters and Gene Pool-Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija 2016 , Rocell O. Hernandez

Development and quality evaluation of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) yogurt juice drink , Shanen Keith E. Hernandez

Food science and technology practicum at Universal Robina Corporation-Cereal Plant, Bagong Ilog, Pasig City , Gabriel S. Ilagan

Determination of the potential of Kamuning (Murraya paniculata) flowers for tea development , Honey Bhabes R. Iñigo

Determining the optimum fertilizer rates for improved growth and nutrition of sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum) , Glorianne Excelsis C. Jamilla

Food science and technology practicum at the Regional Standards and Testing Laboratory of Department of Science and Technology (DOST IV-A), Brgy. Timugan, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines , Rhozelyne C. Leycano

Food science and technology practicum at the Department of Agriculture - Philippine Carabao Center at UPLB, University of the Philippines Los Baños, College, Laguna , Jelen Mara S. Lopez

Production constraints and suitability of selected lowland rice soils in Nueva Ecija and Pangasinan , Roselle E. Madayag

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Outstanding Senior Spotlight: Jared Ura

  • by College of Engineering Communications
  • June 07, 2024

Jared Ura was inspired to major in materials science and engineering at the University of California, Davis, by his grandfather, who was also an engineer.   

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“He sparked my interest in chemistry and physics at a young age, and I was always in awe of how he understood the world around him at a fundamental level,” Ura said. “He taught me how to dig deeper and understand topics in full, which continues to guide me in researching the structures and properties of novel materials at the smallest of scales.”  

At UC Davis, Ura was among the five founding members of the Davis Undergraduate Engineering Network , which focuses on fostering interdisciplinary collaboration among engineers at UC Davis. Through the club, Ura found lifelong connections and hopes that incoming engineering students will also find community with the legacy he is leaving behind.   

As Ura looks ahead to his Ph.D. program at the University of California, Irvine, he also looks fondly at the people who helped him achieve his academic goals. He appreciates Susan Gentry , associate professor of teaching in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, for her dedication to her students and for teaching him marketable skills like machine learning for materials informatics.   

He also appreciates Erika La Plante , assistant professor of materials science and engineering. He never took any of her classes, but he joined her research group last fall to research the precipitation of magnesium-based cement, and her mentorship, Ura says, has been pivotal in his decision to pursue a graduate degree.   

“Professor La Plante has provided me with the tools and opportunities to realize my potential as an independent researcher. I'm beyond grateful that she took a chance on me as her first undergraduate researcher at UC Davis.”  

While Ura encourages new students to take advantage of UC Davis’ ample resources, apply for leadership positions in campus organizations and say “yes” to as much as possible, he emphasizes the value of taking the time to be present as well.     

“Your undergraduate years go by so much faster than you may think,” he said. “You're currently making the college memories that you'll look back on, so take the time to hang out with friends, watch the sunset and eat good food.”  

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