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Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Scholars Program
in the Arts and Humanities
Hope College
Holland, MI 49422-9000

 

Mellon Scholars'
Conference Presentations

Class of 2014

Student NameYearConference Presentations
Elizabeth Badovinac 2012 Virginia Woolf's Exploration of Bipolar Disorder in To the Lighthouse
  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
2013 Defining Arthur: Morgan le Fay’s Influence on King Arthur’s Unexamined Moral Code in Malory and Zimmer-Bradley
  • Arts and Humanities Colloquium
  • The Michigan Academy of
    Science, Arts and Letters Conference
  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
Anthony Bednarz 2012 To Cure the Criminal: The Practice of Institutionalization in Asylum and Penitentiary History
  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
Lauren Ezzo 2012 Twins and Eugenics in the Holocaust
  • Celebration for Undergraduate Research
Kayleigh Forlow 2012 Reading, Writing, and Living the Revolution: Intertextual Conversation in Ginsberg's "A Supermarket in California"
  • Celebration for Undergraduate Research
  • Arts and Humanities Colloquium
George Getschman 2012 Still America's Pastime: The Longevity of Baseball in U.S. Culture
  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
2013

The Leap of Faith: Prescriptivism in the King James Bible

  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
Kaitlyn Holmwood 2012 Dancing for Democracy: How Dance Influenced the Cultural Conversation of the Cold War
  • Celebration for Undergraduate Research
  • Arts and Humanities Colloquium
  • National Conference on Undergraduate Research
Tessa Judge 2012 A Revolution in American English: The Transformation of American Spoken Language from the 1940s to the 1970s
  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
Lauren Madison 2012 History and Environmental Issues in the Lake Macatawa Watershed
  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
  • Nyenhuis Summer Grant (2012)
Madalyn Northuis 2012From 'Savage' to 'Civilized' and Back Again: White-Cherokee-African Relations from 1790 to 1861
  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
  • Nyenhuis Summer Grant (2012)
Amanda Palomino 2012Creativity in Community: Using the Inklings as a Model for Collaborative Groups Today
  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
2013

A New Song: Theology and Music in the Hymns of Ambrose

  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
Hailey Perecki 2012 When Images and Words Collide: The Artist Book and Where the Wild Things Are
  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
Taylor Rebhan 2012 Believing Versus Being and Living: The Correspondence Between Leo Tolstoy and Gandhi
  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
Kara Robart 2012 The Yorkshire Moors in the Romantic Tradition: Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights and J. M. W. Turner's Frosty Morning
  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
2013 What's in a Name? Jane Austen's Characterization from a Creative Writing Perspective
  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
Chikara Saito 2012 Sunyata and Kenosis: Examining the Forms of Emptying in Buddhism and Christianity Through the State of Suffering
  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research

Does Liberalism Need Modernity?: A Hermeneutical Analysis of Early Modern Political Theology in Jean Bodin to Thomas Hobbes

Sara Sanchez 2012

"Teasing with the Fumes": Succèss de Scandale and the Reception of Sylvia Plath and Anne Sexton

  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
Kevin Wonch 2012

Returning to the Roots: Urban Farming and Environmentalism in Detroit

  • Celebration of
    Undergraduate Research
  • Nyenhuis Summer Grant (2012)