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Literature, Writing & Language

The video abstracts of research projects done by undergraduate students in literature, writing and language.

Mary Kardos

An Exploration of Civil War Literature on the "Contraband"

Ceci Hughes

Childhood Failure and Gender in Little Women and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

McKinley Sprinkle

Phonetic Evidence for Prosodically-Motivated Aspiration

Miranda Huffer

Breaking the Binary: Informal Theorization of Nonbinary Identity on TikTok

Hunter Phillips

Uncovering Early English Emotional Communities

Katie Grotewiel

Enclosure and Connection in Cynewulf's Juliana and Elene

Alice Benjamin

The Role of Environment and Children's Acquisition of Motion Verbs

Samantha Murphy

Framing the Female Narrative: Modeling Male Engagement with Women's Storytelling in two Bronte Novels

Kate Kowalski

Feelings of Fallenness: Affect and Feminism in Victorian Fallen Women Novels

Emma Eubank

Silver, Ships and Soil: Gift-Giving in Medieval Icelandic Sagas

Anna Clayborn

The Evolution of Young Adult Women's Reading Preferences over the Last 80 Years

Melody Llinas

Villainy: A Study

Caitlin Chang

Intuitive Overlap between Traditional and Simplified Chinese Characters

Angie Weber

Edith Wharton's "The Mother's Recompense" Definitive Edition Lab

Lila Ingersoll

Edith Wharton Definitive Edition Lab

Rosario Garcia

The Haunting of Maria McChesney