Honors Theses

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Author/Title Research Type Related Fields

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

Alexandra Elizabeth Deem. Envisioning Intent: Models of Biopolitical Carnival in Benito Cereno and Heart of Darkness. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Literary Criticism

Dandi Meng. Alimentary School: Roald Dahl and the Biopolitics of Consumption. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Literature

Bryan Matthew Wilson. Framing the Slum: On NoViolet Bulawayo's We Need New Names.

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Jordan Taylor Augustine. Look What Thy Memory Cannot Contain: Some Notes on William Gibson's Agrippa (A Book of the Dead) and the Poetics of Mnemonic Technologies. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Poetry and Poetics

Enrico Jarod Doan. From Americana to the Borderlands Consciousness: The Evolution of Violence from the Frontier to the Geo-Political Border between the United States and Mexico. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses American

Dominique E. Naylor. Uncovering Adventure: Disguise and the Masking of Power in the Sherlock Holmes Stories. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Literature

Ariel Basom. Queer Manhattan: Truman Capote's Strange New York. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Gender, Queer Studies

Rebecca Lynne Eskildsen. Flipped: the gender of book covers. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Gender

Emelia Hope Nitz-Ritter. Common Core, Common Tongue? An analysis of the treatment of language in the Common Core State Standards. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Language

Nicole Megan Beckwith. Finding the Sunshine in Sitcom. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2014.

Honors Theses Media Studies

Joanne Huo Yuan Ho. The Commodity of Memory: Gift Giving and Cultural Memory in Jamaica Kincaid's Lucy. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2013.

Honors Theses Literature, Culture

Vincent Quang Pham. Revisiting Linsanity: Understanding the Continued Cultural Significance of Jeremy Lin. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2013.

Honors Theses Culture

Christopher Chance Campbell. Truth, Deception: History and Narrative in Borges' 'Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius.' Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2013.

Honors Theses Literature

Jordan Douglas Whitlock. I Wanna Be Sedated: Complicity and Relativism in Coetzee's Progressive Male Subject. Honors Thesis, University of Washington. 2013.

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