Seniors majoring in English communications, literature and creative writing will give their thesis presentations via Zoom. Featured will be students’ examination and in-depth analysis of a variety of cultural topics drawn from popular contemporary novels, classic literature, television shows, movies, journalism, and social media, among others.
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Today's presenters include:
- Juliana Verrelli: "Gothic Re-Imaginings and Postcolonial Interventions in Bram Stoker's 'Dracula'"
- Isabel Thornton: "'That is a Huge Wardrobe and Clothing Mistake!': The Unethical Consumption Habits of YouTube's Fashion Influencers and the Environmental Consequences of a Disposable Lifestyle"
- Margaret Johnston: "'Love is Colorblind - Or is It?': 'Bridgerton's Utopic Portrayal of Interracial Relationships in Shondaland's Reconstruction of Regency-Era England"
- Abigail Ransegnola: "'Survivor' on the Decline? Diversity, Voyeurism and the Niche"
- Amanda Lumpkins: "Maybe There is a Beast: The Environmental Impacts of Colonialization in Golding's 'Lord of the Flies'"