Join us on Friday, October 11, at 3 p.m. for The Big Dig IV, presented by Loyola’s Center for the Humanities. The celebration will feature Loyola student summer research presentations and the annual Nachbahr Address by Loyola professor Diane Chaffee-Sorace, Ph.D.
Loyola Students Present Their Summer Research
Jillian Fury, '20
"Victoria Kent and Louise Crane: A Case Study in the Feminist Revolt against Franco"
Samantha Kennedy, '20
"The Power of the Poem: An Examination of Slam Poetry in Building Communities that Empower"
Jennifer Meigs, '20
"1950s America: Men in Gray Flannel Suits and Freud"
Summer Internship Recipients
Amy Siegel, '20
U.S. Senator Cory Booker's New Jersey Office
Maren Ross, '20
United States Commercial Services, Frankfurt, Germany
Dr. Diane Chaffee-Sorace, Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures
"Poetic Puzzles to Challenge the Mind"
The Big Dig III - Fall 2018
- Thomas Ward, Ph.D. - The Life of the Mind: When Class Overwhelms Race and Gender
- Beatrice King, ’19: Gramercy Global in Berlin Germany
- Gail Rabasca, '19: National Endowment for the Humanities: Office of Congressional Affairs
- Marisa Gochie, ’19: The Limits of Renewability: The Ethics of "Clean Energy" in Costa Rica
- Phoebe Labat, ’19: Exploring the Connections between the Choctaws and the Irish during and after the Great Irish Famine
- Hannah Loiselle, ’19: The Rise of Humanitarianism in the Middle East: The Early Years of the British Syrian Mission (1860-1891)
- Megan Adlem, ’20: Excavating in the Aegean: The Case of Despotiko at College Year in Athens
Center for the Humanities Affiliate Teaching Award
- Catherine Savell, M.A., Modern Languages and Literatures
The Big Dig II - Fall 2017
The Big Dig - Fall 2016
Panel 1 - Digging Women
- 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
- 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
- Rebeccah Swerdlow, Research Fellowship: “Mariana Mirroring Penelope: A Case of Classical Influence on Pre-Raphaelite Painting”
- Kelly Mueller, Internship at Western Reserve Historical Society