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Sweet Charity & Medieval Guilt

Sweet charity & medieval guilt

Posted in Academics & Research on January 16, 2013

Adam Davis has just won a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship to study charitable practices in medieval France.

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Summer Scholars—All Year Long

Summer Scholars—all year long

Posted in Academics & Research on October 11, 2012

The Summer Scholars program is a four-season opportunity for students, but the fall is when we see the fruits of their research.

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More Than Just Gossip

More than just gossip

Posted in Academics & Research on October 10, 2011

Alyssa Howard-Tripp ’13 makes a defense of the feminine voice in celebrity gossip, and its importance in our society.

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'Radio is dead!'

Radio is dead?

Posted in Academics & Research on September 21, 2011

Katie Woods ’13 considers the role of drama in radio programming, and how it’s more popular in the U.K. than the U.S.A.

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A Fall Harvest of Summer Research

A fall harvest of summer research

Posted in Academics & Research on September 16, 2011

After a summer of focused study, students display the fruits of their labor at the Summer Scholar poster sessions.

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Jordan Kurker-Mraz '14, advised by Tim Hofmeister, Classics

Getting lost in lost books

Posted in Academics & Research on August 17, 2011

Jordan Kurker-Mraz ’14 explores the discarded classics and why they should matter (or not) to our culture.

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I Want To Look American

‘I Want to Look American!’

Posted in Academics & Research on August 15, 2011

Summer scholar Rebecca Zhou ’13 looks at the American fashion industry’s future in China.

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No Lab Coat Required

No lab coat required!

Posted in Academics & Research on August 15, 2011

An introduction to TheDEN’s summer series on undergraduate research in the humanities.

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