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Honors Theses

Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
James P. Piper. "Ankles and Vulnerability in Greek Thought: A Study of Connotations." Honors Thesis, 2015. Undergraduate, Honors Theses Body, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Greek (Classical), Historical Linguistics
David Brodhead. "Modern Dystocia: Ancient Perspectives on a Timeless Issue." Honors Thesis, 2014. Undergraduate, Honors Theses Body, Greek History and Culture, Medicine, Roman History and Culture, Science and Technology
Benjamin Winslow. Lost in Translation: The Issues of Trans-cultural Communication of Sacrificial Terminology in the Septuagintal Leviticus (Honors Thesis, in progress) Undergraduate, Honors Theses Bible Studies, Religion
Kathleen Noll, 'The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Imperial Women in Tacitus and Cassius Dio', Honors Thesis 2014. Undergraduate, Honors Theses Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Historiography, History, Imperial Rome, Roman History and Culture
Malia Piper. "Bad Girls: The Role of the Mala in Ancient Greek and Roman Literature." Honors Thesis, 2013. Undergraduate, Honors Theses Greek (Classical), Roman History and Culture, Latin Literature, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies
R. Allen Snider. "Narrative magic: an analysis of some ancient contes fantastiques." Honors Thesis, 2013. Undergraduate, Honors Theses Religion
Molly Ostheller. "Truth and Authority: Homer, Hesiod, and the Challenge of Early Philosophy." Honors Thesis, 2013. Undergraduate, Honors Theses Philosophy
Edward Nolan. "Hoc Domicilium Clarissimi Imperi: Rome and the Rhetorical Use of Location in the Catilinarians and De Domo Sua." Honors Thesis, 2012. Undergraduate, Honors Theses Latin Literature, Visual Culture
John Benefiel. "Exemplary Oratory in Livy: the cases of Camillus and Scipio." Honors Thesis, 2012. Undergraduate, Honors Theses Latin Literature, Historiography, Oratory
Anysia Dumont. "A Song of Deadly Desire: The Evolution of the Sexy Siren in Late Antique Allegory." Honors Thesis, 2012. Undergraduate, Honors Theses Greek (Classical), Late Antiquity
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