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Mailing Address
Comparative Literature Program
Dartmouth College
6051 Reed Hall, Room 201
Hanover, NH 03755
E-mail: Comparative.Literature@Dartmouth.edu


Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: (603) 646-2912
Fax: (603) 646-9288

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Past Senior Thesis Presentations

 

2014

 

  • Pedro Hurtado Ortiz. Tampering with the Sleeper's Rib: Fictional Character in Robbe-Grillet's La Jalousie and Cortazar's 62: Modelo para armar

2013

  • Chanon Praepipatmongkol. Insufficient Utopias: The Politics of Participatory Art from Post-1997 Thailand
  • Krista Oehlke. Writing Art in Latin America: The Spectacular Society and Movie Stars in Cortázar and Puig
  • Andrew Huh. Intellectual Masculinity and Masculine Intellectuals
  • Alexis Monroe. "Abstract Painting is Abstract": A Semiotic Analysis of Abstraction in Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art

2012

  • Hilary C. Krutt. The Tensions of Literary Space: Janet Flanner's New York, Colette's Provinces, and the Paris They Shared
  • Maxwell A. Moran. Hunting the Spanish Civil War: An Exploration of the "Human" and the "Animal" in Ernest Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls and Carlos Saura's La Caza
  • Madeline L. Sims. Crafting a New Political and Social History: A Study of Christine de Pizan
  • Renee L. Phillip. The Ideal of Hybridity: Rethinking the Theory within the Context of Albert Camus, José Luandino Vieira and their Selected Works

 2011

  • Rahul Malik. William Methwold and the Great Palaces of Europe
  • Wallace Jones. Debilitating Dichotomies: The Fragmented Nationalist Endeavor of the Gaucho Literary Genre
  • Cannon Biggs. Paradoxes of the Postwar Body in The Face of Another
  • Matthew Rodriguez. On the Threshold of the Archive: The Madeleine and the Bartlett Pears
  • Therese Korndorf. Überzähliges Dasein: Language and Being in the Poetry of Rilke and Mallarmé

2010

  • Alexander J. Lambrow. Revolutionary Late-Weimar Objectivity and the "State of Exception"
  • Emily K. Kane. Unveiled Stories: Desire, Representation and Resistance in Feminist Counter-Cinema
  • Abigail R. Alexander. Adventures in Writing: Extraordinary Voyages with E.A. Poe and J.Verne
  • Hermanjit S. Bajwa. Into the Cave with the Marquis de Sade: From Degradation to Translation
  • Maya C. Nathan. Nisi Vinceris: Parody and Intertextuality in Titus Andronicus

2009

  • Ying Cheng. Narratives of the Desiring Subject: An Analysis of Gender,  Desire and Agency in Marguerite Duras' The Love and Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway
  • Amaury Boscio Colon. Four Authors in Quest of Utopia: Cortazar, Duras, Carpentier, Perec
  • Silvia FerreiraResistance from Within:  Literary Negotiations of Female Identity in the Space of the Postcolonial Home
  • Alexander Fidel. In No Unmediated Terms: History, Memory, and Representation in MAUS and W ou le Souvenir d'Enfance
  • Andrew Gates. Being and Beauty: Mystical Experience and Poetic Self-Affirmation
  • Kirby Liu. The Cities of St. Petersburg
  • Annabel Seymour. The Passionate Spectator: Cinematic ‘Flânerie’ in  Bennett Miller's The Cruise and Jean Rouch and Edgar Morin's Chronique d'un Été
  • Marisa Taney. Utopia and Revolution

Last Updated: 11/20/14