Senior Essays

Event time: 
Thursday, May 5, 2022 - 4:00pm
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2022 Senior Essay Presentations

Thursday, May 5th 4-5:30pm

Jack Barker - He “Ain’t No False Prophet”: Bob Dylan’s Visions of Sin and Salvation in Rough and Rowdy Ways

Yuka Saji - “Lost Homelands in Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being and My Year of Meats”

Pascale Bradley - “Free yet mutable”: A Comparison of Eve’s Sin in Jeu d’Adam and Paradise Lost

Ella Cox - Armed with Lilies, Advancing Nations: The Paradoxes of Political Citizenship in Suffrage Speeches from the Dock

Curtis Sun  - “Nothing is any longer one thing:” Virginia Woolf, Video Games, and the Aesthetics of Perception

 Monday, May 9th 4-5:30pm

Aidan Swift - “In the Intervals of Inspiration…a Poet Becomes a Man”: Percy Bysshe Shelley and the Problem of Poetic Genius & Individual Free Will

Helena Lyng-Olsen - Beyond the Individual Bildungsroman: Sympathy in George Eliot

David Hou - These Moments are Precious: Nightclub Expressions and the Question of Authenticity in The Weary Blues and Southern Road

Danny Germino-Watnick - Looking Our Sight Away: The Visual Poetries of Elizabeth Bishop and Terrance Hayes

Abby Langford - Narrative Voice and the Evangelical Spirit of Wise Blood“ 

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