- Michaela Ousnamer, French minor, presented "Language, Image and the Body: Women's Self-Representation in Poetry and Painting" and "Food and Café Culture in Paris: An Artist's Book."
- Lisa Brune, French minor, presented "'My rambling destiny': Material Representation in Lady mary Wortley Montagu's Turkish Embassy Letters."
- Allison Maple and Laura Sheeley, students of Spanish, presented "Hasta el más allá del todo: 'Mar Adentro', Ramón Sampedro, and the Inspiration Behind the Original Composition 'Sin ti'."
- Betsy Tucker, Spanish major, presented "'Essentially Political': Family and Border in U.S.-Latino Literature."
- Sarah Crosley, Classics major, presented "The Goddesses Magna Mater and Vesta: Analyzing Comparative Advantages of a Cultus and a Religio in Roman Religion."
- Caroline wells, Spanish major, presented "Liberation, Economics, and the Kingdom and God: An Argument for Liberation Theology in the American Church."
- Jacqueline Leonard, Spanish major, presented "The Reality of Truth in La muerte y la doncella."
- Bruce Rash, student of French and Japanese, presented "Reform in Japan: Political Structure and Youth Sentiment."
Monday, April 25, 2016
Students of Languages Participate in Colloquium!
Congratulations to our students of languages whose proposals were accepted for the David Nelson Duke Undergraduate Colloquium held Friday, April 22. The faculty and students of the Department of Languages enjoyed the following students' presentations. Since our language majors and minors often study other subjects, follow the hyperlinks to some of our students' abstracts to learn more about the variety of interests represented by their presentations.