MA Thesis and Internship Practicum Presentations

As the end of the term nears, we want to take time to reflect on our achievements and those of our graduates. Please join us for three evenings of MA thesis and internship practicum presentations, to be held in Reinsch Library. These events are open to the public, and light refreshments will be available.

Tuesday, May 1, 6:30 PM (Lee Reception Room)

Gaby Faundez Rojas presents her thesis work

Gaby Faundez Rojas presents her thesis work

Erica Prong
Master of Arts in Humanities
Into the West: J.R.R. Tolkien’s Landscape of Hope
Chair: Dr. Katie Peebles
Second Reader: Dr. Sarah Ficke

Gabriela Faundez-Rojas 
Master of Arts in Humanities
“The English Exodus to Ionia”: The Identity of the Anglo-Saxon Varangians in the Service of Alexios Comnenos (1081-1118)
Chair: Dr. Katie Peebles
Second Reader: Dr. Mark Trowbridge

Tuesday, May 8, 6:30 PM (Library Board Room)

Sarah Hann
Master of Arts in Humanities
Internship Practicum: National Cathedral Archives
Advisor: Dr. Tonya Howe

Kristen Pierce
Master of Arts in Literature & Language
Mind Over Matter: Move and Breathe Beyond Writer’s Block
Chair: Dr. Bess Fox
Second Reader: Dr. Hollynd Karapetkova

Wednesday, May 9, 6:30 PM (Library Board Room)

Mark Dwinnells
Master of Arts in Humanities
The Right to Bear Arms but the Duty to Shoulder Them: A Review of the Statutes and Conditions Surrounding Colonial Massachusetts and Virginia, 1607-1789
Chair: Dr. Patrick Mullins
Second Reader: Dr. Leigh Johnson

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