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Center for the Humanities

Student Presentations

Students Present Summer Research and the Nachbahr Award

The Big Dig II - Fall 2017

Nachbahr Address
Jean Lee Cole, Ph.D.
Diving into the Wreck

Loyola Students Present Their Summer Research
Short videos of the students discussing their experiences are linked to their names.

Kelly Mueller, ’18
Josephus and Flavian Rome: An Examination of the Effects of Flavian Roma on Flavius Josephus

Matthew Rossi, ’18
A Humble Imitation: Literary Appropriations of Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale in Coleridge’s Zapolya

Hunter Flynn, ’18
Power Lines: The York Road in Mason & Dixon

The Big Dig - Fall 2016

The links are to short tapes of the students discussing their experiences.

Panel 1: Digging Women  (1:00 PM)

Katie Wright, Summer Study: Troia Archaeological Summer School and Halmyris Excavation Ian McNeely, Research Fellowship: “The Female Ideal: Representation and Myth in Heliodorus’ Aithiopika”

Kelly Keenan, Research Fellowship: “Narratives of Women in the Rwandan Genocide”

Panel 2: Learning Language and Law  (2:00 PM)

Joshua Ziesel, “A Corpus-Based Linguistic Study of Greek Tragic Interjections in Roman New Comedy”

Calix O’Hara, Research Fellowship: “The Transcription and Analysis of Sentences Commentaries”

Joshua Ziesel, German Study at the Goethe Institut

Margaret Kenna, Internship, Hartford Superior Court: The Office of the Public Defender (Judicial District/Part A)

Panel 3: Digging into Fine Art   (3:00 PM)

Rebeccah Swerdlow, Research Fellowship: “Mariana Mirroring Penelope: A Case of Classical Influence on Pre-Raphaelite Painting”

Kelly Mueller, Internship at Western Reserve Historical Society

 

 

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