College of Liberal Arts Student Profiles


Name Project Major

Isabelle Beagen

Henrik Ibsen and the Effects His Work Had on the Life of Eleanor Marx

Benjamin Bertrand Swords and Society: The Depiction of Straight and Curved Swords in Illuminated Manuscripts from Europe and the Middle East from 1200 - 1500 History
Riley Boss Preserving a Lost Village: LiDAR Analysis and Ground-Truthing Residual Foundations from the Great Flood of 1938 in East Weare, New Hampshire Anthropology

Andrew Case

Threading a Needle Through the Notch: An Environmental History of Construction of Interstate 93 in Franconia Notch, New Hampshire


John Degennaro

Documenting British Colonialism and African Slave History in the Belize Valley: Archaeology and Ethnohistory


Hannah Drake

Ten Weeks of Storytelling: A Journey through Fiction Writing

English & International Affairs

Megan Duranko Behavioral and Biological Markers Underlying Vulnerability to Heroin Abuse Psychology

Bridget Farmer

Broadcast Media and Presidential Candidates: A Panel Study of Voters’ Reactions to TV and Radio Coverage of Senator Barack Obama

Political Science/Int'l Affairs

Jolene Harju

The Balanced Flutist: A Study of the Benefits of Body Mapping on Flute Performance

Music Performance

Erin Hart Behavioral and Biological Markers Underlying Vulnerability to Heroin Abuse Psychology

Joseph Juknievich 

Explorations in Archival Research: The History of Immigrants and the Law History
Jennifer Lamontagne Revival, Renewing Contemporary Religious Art through the Figure Studio Art

Jack Loveless

The Tales that Rocks Can Tell


Nadine Maliakkal

Parental Legitimacy as a Mediator in the Relation between Parenting Styles and Bullying Perpetration


Cory McKenzie A Query into the Survival of the Russian Orthodox Church under Soviet Repression History

Andrew Minigan

The Reminiscence Bump in Priests’ Oral Life Histories


Tejas Moses The Study of Form and Decoration in Functional Pottery Fine Arts: Ceramics & Sustainability
Rory O'Neil Targeting Infrastructure in the Middle East: Environment, Conflict, and Law Political Science & International Affairs

David Palange

Your Loving Sons: American Warfare through the Eyes of New England Soldiers


Jon Peiffer

"Wild Things": Creating the Music for the 2005 Dance Company Show

Music Performance

Melanie Platt New Hampshire Language and Life Project Linguistics
Gordon Unzen The Impacts of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data for Criminal Law Justice Studies/Philosophy/Psychology
Dylan Wheeler The Ability for Artificial Intelligence to Create and Spread Disinformation Philosophy/Information Technology


Name Project Major

Kelly Bailey

Perceptions of Shell Shock in World War I Britain


Anna Bruning

Euskal Herria, A Filmic Exploration of Basque Identity


Daniel Chaston

The Morin Huur and its Place in Mongolian History and Culture

Music Education

Talia Connery

Using the Arts in AIDS education


Virginia DeFreitas-Battersby

The Barriers Between the Kitchen and the Campaign: Women & Politics in San Jose, Costa Rica

Political Science

Brendan Everett

Assessment of Training with vOICe Vision Technology over Time


Bridget Farmer

Laïcité in France (IROP 2009)

Political Science/Int'l Affairs

Christopher Foss

Stile Italiano: Bassoon Performance and Pedagogy in Italia

Music Performance

Brett Gallo

Rhythmic Perception in West African Music

Music Theory

Jacqueline Gilbert Cuba’s Water Crisis: Drought, Climate Change, and Decision-making Around Cuba’s Limited Water Resources Anthropology/International Affairs

Sarah Gormady

Bolshevik Intention to Soviet Oppression: Jewish Women's Impressions of Stalin's Reign

International Affairs/ Political Science

Elizabeth Keane

The Aran Islands: Where Synge's Literary Account Intersects My Familial History


Hannah Lawrence Women’s Rights in Post-Mubarak Egypt Political Science & Justice Studies

Jennifer Lindsay

Contemporary Art with Chinese Characteristics: Relations Between Beijing Artists and the Chinese Government Post-1989

Studio Art/International Affairs

Isobel Madigan

The Socio-Cultural Effects of Architectural Change in Sri Lanka


Trevor Mauck

Morocco: Transition from an Islamic Monarchy to a Democratic Islamic Nation

Political Science/Philosophy

Andrew McKernan

Ghosts of Stalin: Ruins and Revival in Contemporary Sculpture & Architecture in Moscow


Crystal Napoli Justice in Taiwan’s "Contact Zone" and the Shaping of Historical Narrative History & Justice Studies

Austin Perea

Small, Mid-sized Enterprise (SME) Development and Microfinance in Jordan

Political Science/Economics

Laura Plummer

Investigating Quinceañera in Puerto Rico

Spanish/International Affairs

Alexandra Ross-Raymond

Investigating Paula Modersohn-Becker’s Self Portraits

Studio Art/Women's Studies

Laura Smetana

Perspectives in Post-Communist Slovakia

Political Science/ International Affairs

Katherine Titus Examination of Late Chalcolithic Juvenile Human Remains at Çadir Hӧyük in Central Turkey Anthopology & History

Anna Visciano

An Educational Youth Drama Program Implemented Cross-Culturally in America and South Africa


Hannah Waller

Transitional Justice in Post-Conflict Societies: A Case Study of Bosnia-Herzegovina

Political Science/International Affairs

Jessie Wallner

Finding Tibet in the Heart of Nepal


Andrew Ware Distributional Implications of the Development of Artificial Intelligence for Global Policy Philosophy & Economics
Merhawi Wells-Bogue The Role of Governmental and Non-governmental Organizations in Addressing the Needs of Street Children: The Case in Mekelle City, Ethiopia Journalism
Daniel Zotos The Practices and Policies Associated with the Atlantic Bluefin Tuna Fishery in Spain: Perpetuating a Majestic Species amongst the Political Quandary of Fisheries Management Policy Political Science/International Affairs


Andrew Case

Threading a Needle Through the Notch: An Environmental History of Construction of Interstate 93 in Franconia Notch, New Hampshire