Congratulations to our Spring 2019 graduates for completing their Essay/Thesis/Creative Project!

Communications Management
Ian Memmer
Introduction of Candidates and Public Perception – How News Media’s Introduction of Candidates
May Affect Public Perception of the Candidate

Jayah Watters
Women in Modern Public Relations: The Evolution of Public Relations in America

English
Sarah Davis
Write in Front of us: Creating Linguistically Diverse Composition Classrooms

Marten Frazier
Yesterday’s Darkness: Spenser, Conrad, and Empire

Amelia Graves
Critical Emotions: Teaching Empathy in the Composition Classroom

Silvia Iorio
Stella and Valerio

Marissa Ortosky
“All I Wanted to Know was how to Live in it”:
Rituals and the Quest for Meaning in Hemingway and Faulkner

Rachel Schratz
Flappers and Gibson Girls: Faulkner’s Perspective
on the Feminine Ideal

Humanities
Sean Cahill
TO OBEY, OR NOT TO OBEY: THAT IS THE QUESTION
An exploration into the way Sr. Joan Chittister O.S.B.critically
engages teachings of the church rather than blindly obeying

Theology and Religious Studies
Francis Boccuzzi
A Commodified Faith: Theodor Adorno’s Culture Industry and Evangelical Catholicism

Maxwell Linnville
Óscar Romero: A Liberative Model for Engaging With the Homeless in Cleveland

Angelica Stolarski
The Convincing Biographer: The Use of Genre in Athanasius’ Christology

The Essays/Theses/Creative Projects can be viewed here:  http://collected.jcu.edu/thesesandessays/

 

Posted on September 7, 2018
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