In 2019 Hope College changed the name of the Department of Modern & Classical Languages to the Department of World Languages & Cultures. This section includes student research from both.


Submissions from 2012

Exploring Utopia through Graphic Novels in Les Cités Obcures by Schuiten and Peeters, Athina Alvarez

Myth, the Occult, and Experimental Writing in the Works of Mexican and European Surrealist Women Artists (1930’s to 1960’s), Tessa Angell and Taylor Whitefield

Two Controversial Swiss Referendums and Their Consequences, Katelyn Hemmeke

Versailles et Louis XIV, Katherine Kirby

The struggle of Malian women for the respect of their physical integrity, Lauren Miller

The Theater of Aimé Césaire: Une Saison au Congo, Gina Veltman

Improvements in the Social Conditions of Women in the Maghreb and Possible Future Developments Because of the Arab Spring, Natalie Woodberry

Submissions from 2011

Attempting to Silence a People: The Oppression of the Berbers in North Africa, Gretchen Baldwin

Verb Use Among Spanish Immersion Students, Caitlyn Buscher

The Ship Inside A Tempest: The Post-Colonialist Arguments of Aimé Césaire and Michèle Césaire., Abraham De La Rosa

Rescuing Haiti’s Next Generation, Delaney Erickson

Haiti: A Country to be Rebuilt, Joe Habbouche

Marianne et le Marabout: The Creation of Multicultural Identity in the Work of Slimane Benaissa, Julia Peterson

Theater as an Expression of African History in “Les Amazoulous” and “La Fille des Dieux” by Abdou Anta Kâ, Jamie Poppema

Oppression and Injustice for Women in the Maghreb, Chelsea Wiese