Quin Morton ’36 Freshman Research Conference
The Princeton Writing Program is pleased to announce the Quin Morton ’36 Freshman Research Conference, which will take place on Friday, November 21st. The conference will showcase the scholarly work of a range of exceptional Spring 2014 Writing Seminar students from different courses and disciplines. During the conference, our distinguished writers will give 10-minute presentations of their work in small panels, followed by question-and-answer sessions. We invite faculty and members of the wider university community to come help us recognize our students as they present their work before a large academic audience for the first time.
Date: Friday, November 21
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., with a break for lunch between 12:30-1:30
Guests are welcome to stop by for any session or combination of sessions!
Place: Hargadon Hall G001 & G002. Enter through Baker Hall.
Program of Events
Sydney King, “The Universalized Self: Exploring Facebook’s Influence on Self-Representation”
Eva Lewandowski, “Hispanic Religiosity and Gender Norms: An Analysis of the Domestic
Nina Chausow, “Alice Neel and Andy Warhol: The Reconstruction of an Artistic Identity”
Ciara Corbeil, “On Display: Fashion's Celebration and Subjugation of the Natural World”
Jiyoon Kim, “The Perfect Little Girls: The Girly-Cute Aesthetic and Powerpuff Girls as Infantile
Aaron Schwartz, “Where No (Man?) Has Gone Before: The Hegemonic Masculinity Paradox in
Yun-Yun Li , “Dæmon Dilemmas: Philip Pullman’s Visionary Myth-Making in His Dark
Hayley Roth, “Through the Eyes of the Clone: Never Let Me Go as a Complication of the
Lia Hankla, “The Mozart Effect: Examining the Relationship Between Mood, Music, and Test-
Nathan Agmon, “Plastic Isn't Fantastic: A Case Study Analysis of Misconduct in
Jacklyn Jacobe, “The 'Lean Vs. Clean' Debate”
Jason Golfinos, “’Don't Be Alarmed, Now,’: Backmasked Subliminal Messages in Eighties Rock
Benjamin Gallo, “A Question of Mysticism or The Counter-Reformation: A Case Study of El
Anam Vadgama, “Islam in Khuda Kay Liye: From an External to an Internal View”
Andy Hakim, Emma Ljung, Benjamin Weber
Previous Conference Programs: Fall 2013