Submissions from 2012

To Cure the Criminal: The Practice of Institutionalization in Asylum and Penitentiary History, Anthony Bednarz

Reading, Writing, and Living the Revolution: Intertextual Conversation in Ginsberg’s “A Supermarket in California”, Kayleigh Forlow

A Revolution in American English: The Transformation of American Spoken Language from the 1940s to the 1970s, Tessa Judge

Creativity in Community: Using the Inklings as a Model for Collaborative Groups Today, Amanda Palomino

The Yorkshire Moors in the Romantic Tradition: Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights and J. M. W. Turner’s Frosty Morning, Kara Robart

“Teasing with the Fumes”: Succèss de Scandale and the Reception of Sylvia Plath and Anne Sexton , Sara Sanchez

“Songs from the Dark”: The Origins of German Romantic Opera and Its Ties to English Gothicism, Kelli VanDyke

Returning to the Roots: Urban Farming and Environmentalism in Detroit, Kevin Wonch

Submissions from 2011

Sierra Leone: Violence, Trauma, and Recovery, Carl Dunker and Alyssa Zeldenrust