Events from 2018

A Friendly Discourse: How Should A Person Be? At the Intersection of Female Friendship and Epistolarity, Leah Cohen

The Terror Experts: Producing and Policing Terrorist Subjects at a University Research Center, Liam McLean

Underneath the Mythical Iceberg: Musings on My Novel-in-Progress, Brandi Lee Metzger

Tragic Magic: Women and Witchcraft in 5th c BCE Athenian Tragedy, Lexi Trikoulis

Events from 2017

Evidence of the Dilution Effect: Biodiversity in Forest Communities Reduces Endoparasite Infection of Mammalian Hosts, Craig Joaquin Blair

The Vagrant: Where the Soviet Love of Bollywood Began, Sarah Chatta

Imagine Trees Like These — A Virtual Reality Narrative Concerning Forests, Futurity, and Ephemerality, Andres Cuervo

Shock Therapy: Horror Aesthetics in German Modernism, Sean Lambert

Contextualizing Jewelle Gomez's The Gilda Stories within a Black (Queer) Literary and Cultural Tradition, Brandi Metzger

The Sonification of Money: Applying Creative Innovation in the Music Industry, Grover Neville

Poetry by Langston: Lessons Taught and Learned Through Writers-in-the-Schools (WITS), Nick Rowan Bassman

Violence in the Feed: Accelerated Productions and Circulations of Police Brutality Videos, Natalie Ventura Villasana

Events from 2016

All You Need is Ecuador: The Collective Marketing of a Place and its People, Liam McLean

Black Male: Representation Within the Art Museum, Orly Vermes

“Raising Awareness”: Police Brutality Videos and White Supremacy in the Feed, Natalie Villasana

Events from 2015

Will You Tell Me Another Story?: The Short Story Cycle as National Critique, Dana Fang

Multilateralism and its Discontents: India in the Post-independence Era and the United Nations, Saksham Khosla

Sight Unseen: Online Activism and the Circulation of Violent Images on Social Media, Natalie Villasana

Untenable Boundaries: J.M. Coetzee’s Summertime and the Autobiography of All Writing, Sarah Westbrook

Events from 2014

The Unsolved Problem: Anger and Female Authorship, Ryann Eastman

Stories Lost, Stories Known: Promoting Cultural and Historical Continuity through Storytelling, Dana Fang

"The Long Watch": Original Poems / An Exploration of Poetic Voice, David Leach

Events from 2012

Symbolism and Language Within The Handmaid’s Tale and its Relevance to Literary Scholarship, Brittany Brahn

Automatic Generation of Shakespearean Sonnets, Claire Nelson