Student Archive

  • Graduate student Jeehyun Lim explores the social and cultural history of bilingualism in the U.S.

  • Undergraduate Emily Belfer looks at how London theaters represented the enemy over two world wars.

  • Grad student identifies a new species of dinosaur.

  • Senior Rachel Romeo uses eye movements to study the impact of hearing impairments on infant language learning.

  • Junior David Dunning explores mathematic themes in the works of author David Foster Wallace.

  • Department of History doctoral candidate William Kuby reveals centuries-old marriage practices that shed light on contemporary debate.

  • Grad student Amitai Bin-Nun explores light bending around black holes.

  • Ksenia Gorbenko analyzes media and its effect on social movements.

  • Graduate student Václav Paris explores Ulysses' battle with censorship.

  • Senior Shirley Leung documents the consequences of soil erosion.

  • Jennifer Kyker transforms her love of Zimbabwean music into international outreach.

  • Ivan Dmochowski and David Jacobson peer into radon’s binding preferences.

  • Grad student Jason Zuzga explores how art and science come together in molecular animations.

  • Graduate student Marie Grace Brown explores how women participated in constructing Sudan's national identity during the country's independence movement.

  • Senior Valeria Tsygankova studies the Bishops' Bible as a material text to examine the relationship between religion and state in Elizabethan England.

  • Graduate student Elizabeth Lee studies socioeconomic inequality in higher education.

  • Undergraduate Kaneesha Parsard delves into the storied history of indentured Indian labor in the Caribbean.

  • College students help develop virtual museum of West Philadelphia history.

  • Undergraduate Lavanya Madhusudan explores the connection between malnutrition and women’s welfare in India.

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