Honors Theses 2014-2015

Mary-Grayson Brook

“Disrupted Realities: Heinrich von Kleist’s Familial Fantastic”
Advisor: Professor Clayton Koelb

Graham Kirby

“Nationhood in Germany since 1945”
Advisor: Professor David Pike

John “Forrest” Finch

“Pedagogical Eros in Modernity: An Investigation of the Relationship Between Jakob and Herr Benjamenta in Robert Walser’s Jakob von Gunten: Ein Tagebuch”
Advisor: Professor Priscilla Layne-Kopf

Alexandra Talbert

“Between Autonomy and Dissolution: The Aesthetics of Greek Tragedy in the Works of A.W. Schlegel and Friedrich Nietzsche”
Advisor: Professor Gabriel Trop

Meghan Hersh

“The Acquisition of German Verb-Selected Prepositions and Derivational Prefixes in Adult Native English Speakers”
Advisor: Professor Christina Wegel

Karina McCorkle

“Those Strange Moscow Ladies: Queer Identity in the Poetry of Tsvetaeva and Parnok”
Advisor: Professor Kevin Reese

Jasmine Trinks

“The Poet Takes Himself Apart on Stage: Vladimir Mayakovsky’s Poetic Personae in “Vladimir Mayakovsky: Tragediia” and “Misteriia-buff””
Advisor: Professor Kevin Reese