Jun
      06

      Is this the Theology Library or the Catacombs? Refugee Research in Vienna, Austria

      My summer of research and study began on May 23, and I have not stopped reading, writing, and interviewing since. Because my project is focused on understanding how Christian refugees perceive of crisis, theology, and faith, I have been spending my time working with local Christian organizations here in Vienna. My days tend to follow…
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      Jun
      05

      Updates and Media: “13 Reasons Why” Applications and Thoughts

      Content Warning: Suicide, Self Harm, Gun violence. Possible spoilers in comments about 13 Reasons Why Season 1 and 2.

      Jun
      03

      Testaments to Character: Reflections and Memories in the Imperial War Museum Archives

      On May 29 I went on a research visit to the Imperial War Museum (IWM) in London. Although most of my resources are at the Royal Air Force Museum, there were a few sources I wanted to look at the IWM. Due to copyright reasons, I cannot include the photos of the sources I consulted…
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      Jun
      03

      Open Mind, Open Hands

      This week marks my first official week of Honors Thesis research! It has been a week filled with note-taking, reading, re-reading, questions and excitement as I begin this project. I committed this week to deep diving into Peter Capuano’s Changing Hands, the only book dedicated to exploring the role of hands in Victorian literature. Published…
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      Jun
      02

      LEaP First Month Update

      Now that I am back from studying abroad in Spain and on-campus once again, the Learning, Emotion, and Personality (LEaP) project has gained a lot of momentum! We have been working in the lab to finalize our protocol for the NEPSY, a neuropsychological assessment, as well as the associative learning task where we will be…
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