Description of the event and list of past presenters.
What is the Mini-Criti?
The academic writing process can be a long, lonely process and the "Mini-Criti" is meant to make the experience better. Everyone can use help with content and presentation style and this event is meant to help students in the program gain experience in confident presentation of their work. It is a friendly forum for students within the Humanities program to present their work in front of others before presenting the same work at a conference or submitting it for publication. If you would like to participate speak to one of the members of AHA.
- March 25, 2014 Jennifer A Fraley, "Contemporary Monuments and Memorials: The 9/11 Memorials"
- February 25, 2014 Brandon J Harwood, "The Artist's Eye, the Mystic's EyeZen Master Hakuin's Philosophy of Art and Enlightenment."
- November 26, 2013 Andy Golden, "Tu m': a Pataphysical Graveyard for Painting."
- October 22, 2013 Jessica Cresseveur, "Subversive Liberty: Nanine Vallain's Challenge to Patriarchal Allegory."
- September 24, 2013 Nick Curry, "On the Possibility of a Speech Act Analysis of Criticism"
- March 28th, 2013 Katherine A Wagner, "There is No Cooking like Mama's Cooking: Reading Mrs. Lovett as the Monstrous Mother."
- February 21, 2013 Megan McDonough, "Familiar versus Unfamiliar: The Uncanny and Familiar in Horror and Fairytales".
- January 24, 2013 Katie Wilson, "Reading The Divine Comedy as Fan Fiction".
- November 1, 2012 Kendra Sheehan, "The Japanese VampireA Cultural History to 1900".
- October 11, 2012 Jessica Cresseveur's "Battle of the Sexes: The Frémiet-Paelinck Rivalry."
- September 27th, 2012 Sara Shafer, "Es wendt sich: Gesture and Silence in Kafkas Prose."
- April 2012 Jennifer A Fraley, American Holocaust
- March 2012 Tiffany Hutabarat, Crazy Clothes for a Mad World: Analyzing the Fashion of Vivienne Westwood
- January 2012 Jasie Stokes, Fragments of a Great Confusion: Abjection, Subjectivity, and the Body in Mary Bordens The Forbidden Zone