[PAST EVENT] MLL Honors Theses Research Showcase
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- Open to the public
8 students in MLL will present research conducted for their Honors Theses. They will each give a 3-minute presentation, speak about their experiences engaging in long-term research projects, and answer audience questions!
Friday, April 23: Modern Languages and Literatures - Honors Theses Presentations
2:00-2:15: Justin Kaley
"Mollétisme as a Paradigm: the Decline and Future of the Parti socialiste de France"
2:15-2:30: Emma Burleigh
“Wielding a Double-Edged Sword: China’s Soft Power via U.S. Confucius Institutes Amidst the Proliferating ‘China Threat’.”
2:30-2:45: Nori Thurman
"The French Baccalauréat as an Instrument of Elite Selection: Past, Present, and Future."
2:45-3:00: Judith Tauber
“Hegemony and Revolution: the Red Brigades between Violence and Consensus.”
3:00-3:15: Sally Mullis
"Des Oiseaux Spectaculaires: Birds Observed and Imagined in French Culture under Louis XIV."
3:15-3:30: Daisy Garner
"Mehr als ein Spiel: Far-Left and Far-Right Football Subcultures in Germany."
3:30-3:45: Beau Nardo
"Andalusia in Layers: Reconciling Andalusian Identity with Spain and Europe."
3:45-4:00: Hannah Sanner
"Structured Fantasy: The Translation of Chinese Motifs in Exported Wallpaper."