The Most Emblematic of All Deviants
Katherine Crooks (Humanities, Best Overall Undergraduate Paper)
Within the context of the discriminatory practices and ideologies of the Third Reich, the prostitute is "the most emblematic of deviants." The history of prostitutes under Nazi rule constitutes the intersection of a multitude of ethical, sexual, racial, political and historiographical issues.
University as Narrative Therapy: The Reconstruction of Dominant Self-Narrative through Post-Secondary Education
Liza Brechbill (Social Sciences)
This research investigates the ability of post-secondary education to play a role in the reconstruction of personal identity. Drawing on White and Epston's work in narrative therapy (1990), this reconstruction is understood by placing it within a narrative framework and is therefore seen as a process of re-authoring.