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Leibniz On China And Christianity: The Reformation Of Religion And European Ethics Through Converting China To Christianity, Ela Megan Kaplan Jan 2016

Leibniz On China And Christianity: The Reformation Of Religion And European Ethics Through Converting China To Christianity, Ela Megan Kaplan

Senior Projects Spring 2016

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Social Studies of Bard College.


El Valle De Los Caídos: Spain’S Inability To Digest Its Historical Memory, Michael Heard Johnson Jan 2016

El Valle De Los Caídos: Spain’S Inability To Digest Its Historical Memory, Michael Heard Johnson

Senior Projects Spring 2016

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Social Studies of Bard College.


Je (Ne) Suis (Pas) Charlie: Changing Perceptions Of Freedom Of The Pres In A Post Charlie Hebdo World, Alessandra Marcelle Marra Jan 2016

Je (Ne) Suis (Pas) Charlie: Changing Perceptions Of Freedom Of The Pres In A Post Charlie Hebdo World, Alessandra Marcelle Marra

Senior Projects Spring 2016

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Languages and Literature of Bard College.


The Temptation Of Sherlock Holmes: Aesthetics, Expectations, And The Gothic, Sarah M. Davin Jan 2016

The Temptation Of Sherlock Holmes: Aesthetics, Expectations, And The Gothic, Sarah M. Davin

Senior Projects Spring 2016

This thesis will be concerned with challenging the preconceptions of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes novels and stories, and how different readings of the text are revealed when those preconceptions are challenged. While the character of Sherlock Holmes is often considered as very scientific in nature, this thesis will attempt to challenge this, suggesting alternative readings of Holmes that might situate the character within a literary tradition rather than pretending that the Holmes character can somehow be psychoanalyzed or that his work as a detective in a text somehow directly interacted with the real world. By focusing on ...


The Fallen, The Broken, And The Resilient, Ka Po Leung Jan 2016

The Fallen, The Broken, And The Resilient, Ka Po Leung

Senior Projects Spring 2016

The conventional wisdom of the Great War is that it was a disaster on all fronts and that the terrors of the war overshadowed any redeeming qualities. The Great War was an epoch of mass infrastructural damage, civilian life turmoil, reckless political and economic decisions, and the horrors of modern warfare. The literature and memoirs on the Great War were dominated by the idea of “The Lost Generation”. “The Lost Generation” encompasses the broken and the fallen. The fallen soldiers were those who tragically died by the grips of the battlefield. The broken soldiers are defined as the ones who ...


Yearning For The Unhistorical: Nietzsche On Triumph And Coronation, Travis Brock Kennedy Jan 2016

Yearning For The Unhistorical: Nietzsche On Triumph And Coronation, Travis Brock Kennedy

Senior Projects Spring 2016

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Social Studies of Bard College.