Bechtel, Harper

Freshman, College of Computing and Digital Media Major: Film and Television Honors Course: HON 100: Rhetoric and Critical Inquiry Faculty: Michael Raleigh, Department of Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse Abstract: Japanese comics, known as manga, and its television medium, anime, began in WWII with the introduction of American comic books. Anime and manga have multiple subgenres... Continue Reading →

Bednarek, Mariana

Senior, College of Science and Health Major: Psychology Thesis Director: Ida Salusky, Department of Psychology Faculty Reader: Michele Morgan, Department of Psychology Bio: Mariana is graduating with a BA in Psychology concentrating in Human Services. She will continue at DePaul to pursue an MA in general psychology in preparation for a PhD in Clinical Psychology.... Continue Reading →

Bennet, Elijah

Sophomore, College of Computing and Digital Media Major: Film and Television Production Minor: Sociology Honors Course: HON 201: States, Markets, and Societies Faculty: Martha Martinez-Firestone, Department of Sociology Abstract: Combining U.S. census data with statistics on disability representation in American film, Elijah was able to determine the vast percentage margins between the number of characters... Continue Reading →

Brewington, Brad

Senior, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Major: Philosophy Minor: Sound Design Thesis Director: Avery Goldman, Department of Philosophy Faculty Advisor: William McNeill, Department of Philosophy Bio: Brad is a senior Philosophy major with a minor in Sound Design, interested in Kant, Aesthetics and Critical Theory. When not reading philosophy or working on film... Continue Reading →

Cherian, Zach

Sophomore, College of Science and Health Major: Health Sciences (Concentration in Bioscience) Minors: Applied Psychology, Bioethics and Society Certificate: Global Fluency Honors Course: HON 201: States, Markets, and Societies Faculty: William Denton, Department of Political Science Abstract: In his paper “To Be or Not To Be? Neutrality is the Question”, Zach investigates the inception, significance,... Continue Reading →

Constante, Ezra

Junior, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Major: American Studies (Concentration in Social and Literary Movements) Minors: LGBTQ Studies, History Honors Course: HON 201: States, Markets, and Societies Faculty: Martha Martinez-Firestone, Department of Sociology Abstract: Ezra relies on the United States Transgender Survey in addition to qualitative data, case studies, and anecdotal experiences to... Continue Reading →

Cueto, Isabel

Senior, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Majors: Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse, Spanish Thesis Director: Jason Schneider, Department of Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse Faculty Reader: Carolina Barrera-Tobón, Department of Modern Languages Bio: Isabel is a senior at DePaul University double majoring in Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse and Spanish. She is also a peer writing... Continue Reading →

DelValle, Priscilla

Freshman, Driehaus College of Business Major: Accounting and Finance Honors Course: HON 100: Rhetoric and Critical Inquiry Faculty: Julie Bokser, Department of Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse Abstract: The world has entered the beginning of a Demographic Winter, a shift where the population is aging and shrinking at a faster rate when compared to the growth... Continue Reading →

Devens, Chloe

Freshman, College of Science and Health Major: Psychology Minor: Spanish Honors Course: HON 100: Rhetoric and Critical Inquiry Faculty: Michael Raleigh, Department of Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse Abstract: Few students learn, in a cursory examination of civil rights history, about the United States disability rights movement. Ideological ableism may continue to account for the exclusion... Continue Reading →

Devens Ortlieb, Helena

Senior, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Majors: History, German Certificate: Translation Honors Course: HON 301: Junior Seminar in Multiculturalism Faculty: Julia Woesthoff, Department of History Abstract: In response to the stagnation of German Cinema post-1945, New German Cinema brought a new wave of German multicultural films to popular prominence. Through an analysis of... Continue Reading →

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