Honors Theses

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Dylan Teague McDonald. "'The disguise, I fear, is thin. But listen:' Buck Mulligan as Ulysses' master of ceremonies.". Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2015.

Honors Theses Literature

Victoria Sinan Duan. "Form and Traumatic Remembrance in Toni Morrison's Beloved: A Percolation on Stream of Consciousness Models of Presenting Interior Monologues.". Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2015.

Honors Theses Literature

Madison Kathryn O'Connell. "The Effect of Heteronormativity in American Culture on Transgender Terminology.". Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2015.

Honors Theses Gender, American

Isabelle Aelis Ragail Edwards. "A Critical Eye: The Reading of Letters in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.". Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2015.

Honors Theses Literature

Kaija Catherine Perkiomaki. "Little Girls and Big Men: The Romance Narrative Explored Through the Sexual Coding of the Vampire Fantasy's Hero and Heroine.". Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2015.

Honors Theses Sexuality, Literature

Danielle Marie Gintz. "Narrativizing the Mind: Implications of the Printed Text and Oral Story on William James' Consciousness.". Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2015.

Honors Theses Literature

Tristan Michael Riesen. "The 'Other' Victorians: Sexuality, Censorship, and Film Noir.". Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2015.

Honors Theses 19th Century, Sexuality, Literature

Kelsey Jessamine Hoag. "Hope for the American Poetry Teacher.". Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2015.

Honors Theses Poetry and Poetics

Mackenzie Beth Sepler. "Viral, Visual, Virtual: Possibilities of Narrative in Snapchat.". Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2015.

Honors Theses Media Studies

Carlee Ann Horst. "Creating an Empowering Classroom Discourse on Gender through Great Expectations.". Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2015.

Honors Theses Literature, Gender

Elizabeth Ann Strehlo. "The aloe that flowers once in a hundred years': Identification and idealization in Austen & Brontë.". Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2015.

Honors Theses Literature

Aaron Douglas Huebner. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2015.

Honors Theses

Elizabeth Li Tao. "Keeping up with the beat: The inclusion of slang terms through hip hop music into the American-English lexicon.". Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2015.

Honors Theses American, Language

Max Stuart Carsen. V-Processes in Gravity's Rainbow. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses

Vedran Jankovic. Bow Down: The Evil of Banality and the Phantasmal Subject of Nightwood. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Modernism

William Connor Smith. Encountering Violence in the Spectacle of Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses

Eric Ga-Ming Cheuk. What has cast such a shadow on you?: Monstrosity, Interpretive Excess, and the Politics of Representation in Poe's "The Man of the Crowd" and Melville's "Benito Cereno.". Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Literature

Hyungbin Lae Kang. The Image and Motif Across Conversation in Nightwood. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Modernism

Danielle Marie VonLehe. The Dialectical Photograph: Redefining the Historical Process Using the Photography of Eugène Atget. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses

Heekwon Choi. Formations of Resistance in Korean American Fiction. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Asian American

Stephanie Valentine Kastner. How Easy it was to Fast:' Anorexia and the Self-Starving Body in the Biopolitical Era. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Political Science

Nicholas Alexander Weber. Victorian Normalization and Willful Exile: Biopower and the bildungsroman in the works of Charles Dickens. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses 19th Century

Ian Russell Cunningham. The War Will Be Televised: Racial Profiling and the War on Drugs in Breaking Bad. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Race and Ethnicity

Cali Rose Kopczick. Translation as History-Writing: Disrupting Linearity Come Hell and High Water. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Translation and Interpretation

Natalie Ann White. How attached are we to technology? : An examination of the technological culture in Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake and its subversion of the nature-culture paradox. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Science and Technology

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