The Expositor publishes new research in the humanities and humanistic social sciences by students of Trinity University.

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Submissions from 2017

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Barons and Yeomen, Venison and Vert: A Comparative Analysis of Magna Carta and A Gest of Robyn Hode in the Context of Forest Law, Kathryn Funderburg

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Blurring the Lines: The Ambiguity of Gender and Sexuality in Ulysses, Samantha Heffner

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Hitler’s “Utopia”: An Analysis of Gleichschaltung in the Third Reich, 1933-1939, Emma Lichtenberg

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The Limits of Scribal Creativity: Rewriting the Cook’s Tale in Bodley 686, Franz Liebster

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Catalogue Entry: St. Catherine and St. Barbara, Mary Martha Meyer Hill

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Visualizing the Unspeakable: Graphic Novels and the Holocaust, Madilyn Pflueger

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A Lifeʼs Worth: Reexamining Wergild in the Anglo-Saxon Royal Law Codes (c. 600-1035), Braden Sides

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Classic Ragtime: An Overlooked American Art Form, Daniel Stephens

Submissions from 2016

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The “Phantom Growth” of Sol Nazerman: Suppression in The Pawnbroker, Abigail Baltuskonis

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Understanding the Problems and Importance of the Turin- Milan Hours: A Study of Art Historical Methods, Araceli Bremauntz

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Decayed Drama, Increased Inclusivity: Beckett’s Theater in the 1960s, Ryan Diller

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Abbot Suger’s St. Denis and the Cult of Relics, Kathryn Funderburg

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Freakish, Feathery, and Foreign: Language of Otherness in the Squire’s Tale, Laurel Meister

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Nietzsche on Language and Our Pursuit of Truth, Le Quyen Pham

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Finding Their Voice: Women Musicians of Baroque Italy, Faith Poynor

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Social Madness in Beat Generation Writing, Megan Reynolds