Loyola University Maryland

Center for the Humanities

Student Presentations

THE BIG DIG: Students Present Summer Work

Sponsored by the Center for the Humanities

Saturday, October 1, 2016
Knott Hall B01
1:00-4:00 PM

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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