The Richard A. Harrison Symposium offers a special opportunity to recognize the outstanding work done by our undergraduates in the humanities and social sciences and to congratulate them on their accomplishments. Sessions are arranged by topic or field. Each student presents a paper of approximately twenty minutes in length and is prepared to respond to questions or comments for approximately ten minutes. Each year one student receives the Richard A. Harrison Award.

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Submissions from 2015

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‘Fuchsia Lipstick’: The Domestication of Lee Krasner in Post-War Criticism, Aleisha E. Barton

Projects from 2013

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Speech and Heroic Identity in the Iliad, Adrienne T. Atkins

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Revisiting a Chinese Intellectual Through the Russian Lens: Lu Xun's Dilemma During 1925-1927, Yang Hua

Submissions from 2012

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Fantasy and Stereotype: the Witches of Lima as Colonial Identity, Christina M. Hughes