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According to the 2010-2011 Washington and Lee University Catalog (undergraduate), all "honors programs require an honors thesis during the senior year, involving six credits (no more, no less) of independent work, such as a significant report based upon field or laboratory research, a creative accomplishment in the arts, or a comparable scholarly undertaking, demonstrating more than simply a mastery of subject matter." This site provides access to honors theses the University Library has included in a digitization project beginning in 2010. In many cases, these records include online access to the complete contents of theses, but, at the authors' wishes, some of these records limit online access to current W&L researchers. For similar reasons, some records allow no online access at all.
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Female Power in Submission: Deciphering Ban Zhao's Admonitions for Women and Men's Manupulation of Women's Writings (thesis) This thesis revisits Ban Zhao's Admonitions for Women and seeks to provide a fresh, more complete perspective into Ban Zhao's work in relation to the edited version by Wang Xiang in Four Books for Women. Particularly, I ...
Modernization of China through language reform : vernacular language reform movement in the 1910-20s and Mao's language reform in the 1950s (thesis) In this paper, we will examine the relationship between language reform and the modernization of China. Before we go into any further details about the two different periods of language reform in the first half of the 20th ...
This thesis will explore the role of the cellular phone within the keitai shōsetsu literary phenomenon with focus on the development of an "intimate stranger" through keitai communication. I will discuss the historical ...