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Writing and Rhetoric Distinction Presentations 2022

May 13, 2022 at 1:30pm3:00pm EDT

Hall of Languages, 500 and Virtual (See event details)

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Nine Writing and Rhetoric Majors will present their Distinction projects:

Fjolla Arifi: ‘You Cannot Have Feminism and Islam’: Translation and Gender in Albanian Translations of the Quran

Ashley Clemens: Why Does the Sad Horse Make Me Laugh? BoJack Horseman and the Changing Rhetoric of Sitcoms

Tricia Glenn: The Clock is Ticking: Is Motherhood Essential to Experiencing Womanhood?

George Hashemi: Does Free Will Lie at the Bottom of the Bottle?: An Exploration of the Relationship Between Autonomy and Addiction

Kyle McDonald: Navigating the College Football Season Through A Global Pandemic 

Julia O’Leary: What is The Price of a Life? Exploring Insulin Inaccessibility as Costs Skyrocket

Hannah Ramusevic: Society’s Song

Crisanta Wadhams: Early Goodbyes: Filipino-American Resistance to Medical Assistance 

Maddie Wischerath: Normalcy Rhetoric: The Intangible Impact of Defining “Normal” During the Age of COVID

This event was published on May 4, 2022.

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