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EWL Majors Storm Honors Day 2014

March 17, 2014
Six of our EWL majors presented at the 2014 Honors Day Symposium on Thursday, March 13th!
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The following students presented their outstanding work during the annual symposium:

Renee Watson: Charmed by the Mirror: The Doppelganger’s Supremacy in The Picture of Dorian Gray, Fight Club and V for Vendetta

Alex-Quan PhamWhen I Spoke

Amy BrandtBunyanHogarth, and the Protestant Paradox

Julianne JonesGender Roles on Strip Poles: The Female Search for Sexual Liberation in Female Strip Clubs

Susannah Schaff: The Anti-Flaneur: How Teju Cole’s Open City is a Dark Subversion of the Literary Trope

Above: Susannah SchaffAbove: Susannah Schaff

Shannon Woods: When the Mind and Body Bleed: Disintegrating Binaries and Reclaiming Identity through Literature and Dance

Above: Shannon Woods and Professor Julie Huntington, FrenchAbove: Shannon Woods and Professor Julie Huntington, French

Please join us in congratulating these exceptional students and their work! 

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