Social Science and Humanities Research Opportunities for Students
The Kenyon Summer Scholars program provides opportunities for students to work in close collaboration with faculty mentors in the social sciences and humanities as full participants in the processes of creating a research plan, executing a research project, and preparing results for presentation in a public forum. Summer Scholars working on the Kenyon campus form a special community, with participants coming together for discussions and social activities. This three year pilot program is funded by Kenyon College. It is open to students working with faculty members in any department or program in the humanities or social sciences. Selections for these competitive awards are made by a committee of faculty members from these disciplines.
Guy Bailey, Karen Snouffer: "Collaborative Collage and the Nature-Culture Divide"
Emma Conover-Crockett, Nurten Kilic-Schubel: "Sayyida Salme and the Arab Female View of Europe"
Amelia Dunnell, Clara Roman-Odio: "Latinos in Rural America: Stories of Cultural Heritage, Values, and Aspirations"
Jon Funder Hansen, Sam Pack: "Performing the Primitive: A Century of Igorot (self-) Representation"
Harrison Montgomery, Dane Heuchemer: "Political Discourse in Avant-Garde Jazz"
Peter Wear, Kate Elkins: "Aesthetics and Politics in Western Conceptions of Music"
Emily Bulik-Sullivan, Daniel Hartnett: "Applying Modern Technology to Codicological Research: A Catalogue of Fifteenth-Century Iberian Boccaccio Manuscripts"
Damaris (September) Garduno, Ric Sheffield: "Minority Communities in Rural Ohio"
Nicholas Rogers, Jeffrey Bowman: "Epistolary Evidence and Episcopal Power: the Papacy in Three Medieval Moments"
Mary Shannon, Kate Elkins: "Historicity of Narrative and Life Writing"
John Zito, Phillip Glandon: "The Effect of Walmart on Price Rigidity"