Join us on Thursday, April 21st at 4 PM in-person or via Zoom for the Department of Comparative Literature's 2022 Honors Thesis & Graduation Day event!
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Only current NYU faculty, students, and staff may join this event in-person. All others are invited to join virtually on Zoom.
At Honors Thesis & Graduation Day, the department will celebrate the academic achievements of all graduating students and hear from this year's Honors Thesis graduates about their individual research projects:
Entrapment and Agency in Narratives of Urban Experience
Thesis Advisor: Prof. Yoon Jeong Oh
The Politics of Poison: Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring as a Blueprint for American Environmental Writing
Thesis Advisor: Prof. Ulrich Baer
Ai Xin Liew
"A Space To Speak": A Study of Girlhood in Anne of Green Gables and Out of the Depths
Thesis Advisor: Prof. María Josefina Saldaña Portillo
The Honors Thesis presentations will be followed by remarks by Emanuela Bianchi, Director of Undergraduate Studies, Mark Sanders, Department Chair, and other members of the Comparative Literature community.
Congratulations to all our students graduating this year!