2000-2013

Loren Madore, “An Ethnographic Look into the Lives of Keene Tattoo Artists” (Mentor: Katherine Tirabassi)

Meredith Allen, Abbie L. Brown, Nicholas D. Jadaszewski, Jonathan D. Way, Christopher R. Wardlaw, Jay J. Sahasakmontri,  and Scott T. Cole, “Black Music / Blues Nation (Mentor: Michael Antonucci)

Julia Janson, “Creating a Magical Language” (Mentor: Anne-Marie Mallon)

Victoria K. Davis, Jessica Montenieri, and Dylan J. Freni, “Gender, Race and African American Writing” (Mentor: Michael Antonucci)

Michael Sanborn, “How The Keene State College Gaming Guild Functions as a Social Network” (Mentor: Katherine Tirabassi)

Samantha Lewis, “The Importance of a Good Character in Spandex” (Katherine Tirabassi)

Jessica Montenieri, , Danielle Ireland, and Samantha Turcotte, “The Relevance of Rhetoric” (Mentor: Kirsti Sandy)

Hillary Bailey, “The Walking Girl: A Journey Through the History of Keene” (Mentor: Katherine Tirabassi)

2012

Hillary Bailey, “Grief and Separation as Unifying Forces in the Memoir Brother I’m Dying” (Faculty Sponsor, Carol Bailey)

Brian Watson, “A Medieval Creation Story: The Construction of the English State in Medieval Literature” (Faculty Sponsor, Meriem Pages)

Philippa Naugle, “A Love of Nature: Putting the ‘Camp Fire’ Back in the Camp Fire Girls” (Faculty Sponsor, William Stroup)

Larissa Miller, “Testimony of a Mother-Witness: Anna Akhmatova’s Requiem” (Faculty Sponsor, Anna Schur)

Samantha Bardell, “Minstrelsy and Mimicry: The Black Female Factor in the Policed Pursuit of Black Masculinity in the Jim Crow South” (Faculty Sponsor, Michael Antonucci)

Caitlin Spencer, “Resisting the Written Word: Oral Tradition in American Indian Literature” (Faculty Sponsor, Sally Joyce)

Kelly Wass, “The Glorious Corruption: An Examination of Andrei Sinyavsky’s The Trial Begins and Yuri Olesha’s Envy” (Faculty Sponsor, Anna Schur)

Thomas Simmons, “Where the Romantic Meets the Modern” Faculty Sponsor, William Stroup)

Trisha Simons, “Harry Potter and the Holocaust” (Faculty Sponsor, Meriem Pages)

Steven Gonzalez, “Redefining Gender: Fe/male Characterization in Science Fiction” (Faculty Sponsor, Ali Lichtenstein)

Kristen Loonie, “Abeunt Studia in Mores: Evolution of Education in the Essay” Faculty Sponsor, Kirsti Sandy)

Chelsea Delnero and Melissa Dickie, “Other Feminisms” (Faculty Sponsor, Ali Lichtenstein)

Stephanie Allen and Sarah Bernatas, “Postsructuralist Gender Dynamics in Le Guin’s Novel The Lathe of Heaven” (Faculty Sponsor, Ali Lichtenstein)

Gary Beisaw, Caitlin Bramucci, Amanda Izzo, Lauren Ochs, “Paradox of Abundance” (Faculty Sponsor, Ali Lichtenstein)

Thea Anderson, “The Role of the Trickster in Yevgeny Zamyatin’s We and Richard Wright’s The Man Who Lived Underground (faculty sponsor: Anna Kaladiouk)

Katharine Schillemat, “A Holy Fit: The Sacred Connection in After and Before the Lightning” (faculty sponsor: Sally Joyce)

Sarah Cushing, Rebecca Houle, Jahleh Ghanbari and Cate Reynolds, “Final Projects from English 203: Women’s Writing: Rhetoric and Representation” (faculty sponsor: Kirsti Sandy)

Monique L. Reno, Nicole Shippee, and Torin Hjelmstad, ” Integrity in Action: Writing with Moral Courage” (faculty sponsor: Ali Lichtenstein)

Jeffrey Stein, “The Genealogy of the Value of Morality in the Old Testament” (faculty sponsor: Michael Haines)

Katharine Schillemat, “Walking with Dorothy: Dorothy Wordsworth’s Journals as Literature of Place” (faculty sponsor: William Stroup)

Martha Schmidt, “Keats and Nature” (faculty sponsor: William Stroup)

John McDermott, “Walking the Appalachian Trail” (faculty sponsor: Mark C. Long)

Grisel Levene, Nancy Roberts O’Neill, Nicole Simonson, Rebecca Soderberg, “Women of Many Ages: A Diverse Writing Course” (faculty sponsor, Ali Lichtenstein)

Steven Gravelle, “Speak Up! A Trilogy of Plays for Social Change in America” (faculty sponsor, Robin Dizard)

Bethany Lasko, “The Downfall of Man in Place of Eve in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein” (faculty sponsor, William Stroup)

Elizabeth Biron, Steven Gliddon, Lauren Baggott, “Who’s Your Hero? A Conversation with a Few Modern American Novelists” (faculty sponsor, Anne-Marie Mallon)

Heather Bogardus, “The Importance of Historical Context: George Orwell’s Animal Farm” (faculty sponsor, William Stroup)

Elizabeth Lounder, “Subconscious Threading,” (faculty sponsor, Robin Dizard)

Barrett Richard, Kelly Gennett, Derrick Glow, Danielle Spardo, John Skelton, “Academic Writing: Using Amherst Writers and Artists Methodology in the College Classroom” (faculty sponsor, Ali Lichtenstein)

Laura Bogart, “Shelley’s Theory of Natural Diet and its Relation to Modern Society (faculty sponsor, Dr. William Stroup)

Mark Metevier, “The Cultural Influence of China: Mona in the Promised Land (faculty sponsor, Dr. William Stroup)

Cathleen Brennan, “Land of the Free, Home of the White: The Chinese Struggle to Gain Citizenship in Ninetennth-Century America” (faculty sponsor, Dr. Mark C. Long)

Shawn Kelly, “The Will of a Vampire, the Fate of the Vampire” (faculty sponsor, Dr. Anna Kaladiouk)

Gregory Gilewski, “‘Ode to a Nigthingale’: A portrayal of Becoming One with Heidegger’s ‘Authentic Self’” (faculty sponsor, Dr. William Stroup)

Judith Grophear, “Dostoevsky’s Prince and the Women’s Question” (faculty sponsor, Dr. Anna Kaladiouk)