Majors wishing to consult recent theses may contact the Program Director for copies.
Marie-Camille Negrin (2012) “Imagism and Surrealism: The Literary Avant Garde Challenges Tradition with Technique.” (French/English)
Lisa Oberst (2012): "Oscar Wilde’s use of Ekphrasis in The Picture of Dorian Gray; A Struggle Against Literal Boundaries to Achieve Artistic Supremacy over Nature.” (Honors; French/English)
William Tamplin (2012): “Means of Deception: Iskandari’s Tricks in the Maqamat of Badi‘ al-Zaman al-Hamadhani” (Honors; Arabic/English)
Adam Díaz (2011): Lo real maravilloso: Baroque Representations of Latin America in Junot Díaz's The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao and Alejo Carpenter's El reino de este mundo. (Spanish/English)
Rebecca Gessler (2011): From Wandering to Writing: Jewish Literature in Mexico and Argentina. (Honors; Spanish/English)
Eleanor Warnock (2011): Collective Autobiography in Hayashi Fumiko's Hōrōki and Annie Ernaux's La Place. (Honors with Distinction; Japanese/French)
Anna Melyakova, Writing Without Borders, Rediscovering Creative Identity after Soviet Dissolution and German Re-unification: Chingiz Aitmatov and Christa Wolf, Honors Thesis with distinction, Spring 2008.
Leonora Stevens, Representations of Subalternity and Indigenous Identity In the Films of Jorge Sanjines and Prose of Jose Maria Arguedas, Honors Thesis with distinction, Spring 2007.
Kate Bohinc, Representations of Totalitarianism: Victor Serge's _L'affaire Toulaev_ and George Orwell's _1984_, Honors Thesis with distinction, Spring 2007.
Oxana Miliaeva, The Problem of Subject Recognition in Alexander Bely's Peterburg as Conditioned by an E.T.A. Hoffmann Intertext, Honors Thesis with distinction, Spring 2007.
Sara M. Lewis, Express Yourself: The Literary Search for Identity Under Fascist Regimes, Honors Thesis with distinction, Spring 2006.
Cora Weissbourd, “That Within Which Passes Show”: The Threat of Individual Consciousness in Hamlet and Phèdre, Honors Thesis with distinction, Spring 2006.
Shauna Maher, Oulipo and Oplepo: Potential Literature in France and Italy, Honors Thesis with distinction, Spring 2006.
Eléonore Paule Veillet, Transculturation in Latin America and
Anne Popolizio, Immigrant Narratives and the Education of Integration: When I Was Puerto Rican and Le Gone du Chaaba, Honors Thesis with distinction, Spring 2005.
Ashley Bishop Ahearn, Time and Character in Virginia Woolf and Marguerite Duras, Honors Thesis with distinction, Spring 2005.
Leah Price, The Naked Masks Come Out to Play: Contradiction of Technique in Questa Sera si Recita a Soggetto, Honors Thesis with distinction, Spring 2005.
Katrine Lvovskaya, The Eternal Outcast. Queer Directions from Wilde to Haynes, Honors thesis with distinction, Spring 2004.
Glen Goodman, Residences or Residencias: Refraction, Domestication, and Foreignization in English-Language Translations of Pablo Neruda, senior thesis, Summer 2004.
Tom Genova, Redefining ‘You’: Messianism, the Other, and the Irrational in Les Fleurs du Mal and La casa de Bernarda Alba, senior thesis, Spring 2004.
Kim Gravette, Domesticity and Creative Self-Expression: Like Water for Chocolate: A Novel in Monthly Installments with Recipes, Romances, and Home Remedies by Laura Esquivel and The Kitchen God’s Wife by Amy Tan, Senior Thesis, Spring 2003.
Christina Montero, Discovering the Epic in Early 20th Century Modernism: T.S. Eliot and Pablo Neruda, a Comparative Journey of Poetic Purpose within The
Caroline Von Althann, Film Adaptations of Jane Austen’s Novels, Senior Thesis, Spring 2003.
Briana Komar, A Marxist Reading of Le Père Goriot by Honoré de Balzac and Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, Senior Thesis, Spring 2003.
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