Cultural Studies: Student Projects
Adorno, Utopian Hope, and Seamus Heaney's "Triptych."
The Matrix, Reality, and Wonder.
Social Marketing and Social Change.
Postcoloniality and Edwidge Danticat's Breath, Eyes, Memory.
Hybridity, Memory, and the Body in Alien Resurrection of Dawn.
Images of Women in Rap Videos.
Narrative Technique, Ecological Awareness, and the Novels of Marge Piercy.
Marriage and the New Woman in Modern and Contemporary British Literature.
Kinship in Toni Morrison's works.
Female space in Henry James' Washington Square and William Wyler's The Heiress.
Ecofeminism and Barbara Kingsolver.
Imagery of Femininity and Sexuality in CosmoGIRL.
Identity Politics as Rhetoric.
Musical Polyphony and Nietzschean Dialectics in The Unbearable Lightness of Being.
Agency and Citationality in the Novels of Jeanette Winterson and Toni Morrison.
Cultural geographic analysis of fruit orchards in Utah.
Invisible Man and Juneteenth.
Women's Autobiographical form in Audre Lorde, Gloria Anzaldua, and Theresa Cha.
Marxist analysis of Kurt Vonnegut's Player Piano.
Ecocriticism, Geography, and Leslie Marmon Silko's Ceremony.
Visual Representation of Black America during the Harlem Renaissance.
The Function of Liberty in Mary Robinson's Plays
Sherman Alexie, Native Americans, and the Blues.
Postmodernism, Existentialism, and Death in the Novels of Don DeLillo and Martin Amis.
Identity, the Body, and Cartography in the novels of Linda Hogan and Norma Elia Cantu.
The Gaze in Hitchcock's Rear Window.
Dos Passos and the Politics of Terror.
Technology, Hybridity, Bodily Reconstruction and Shakespeare.
Gender Construction and Alcott's Little Women.
Ecocriticism and Monkey Wrench Gang, People of the Valley, and The Milagro Beanfield War.
Environmentalism, Eco-Criticicism, and Cyberpunk Science Fiction.
Harry Potter and the Politics of Terror.
Jacqueline Woodson and the Bildungsroman.
Mary Van Leeuwan
Area News Writing Practices of The Grand Press.
'N Sync, the Branded Pop Stars.
Octavia Butler, Cyborgs, and Reproductive Technologies.
William Faulkner, Marxism, and the South.
Film Adaptations of Henry James's Novels.