4th Annual MACH Capstone Symposium

The fourth annual MACH Capstone Symposium was held on Thursday, May 4, 2017. Members of the Brandeis community came together to celebrate the achievements of the graduating Comparative Humanities MA students, who presented their capstone work during the event:

Amanda Barton: "The Female Synecdoche Shaping Satan's Image in the Middle Ages"

Matthew Chernick: "Through Windows: Mass Culture and Violence in the Case of the Apaches of Paris"

Katerina Daley: "No Man or Woman's Land: Deconstructing the Fine Gendered Lines between Hemingway, West, and the Women of World War I"

Benjamin Davis: "The Development, Deployment, and Consequences of National and Urban Identities in Copenhagen, Denmark"

Micah Isser: "Myths for Friendship: Towards a Pragmatic, Humanist, Philosophy/Poetry"

Eve Litvak: "Looking Through the Lens: How Photographic Documentation Fails in Translation"

Zhitian Zhu: "Sensation: The Obtuse Form in Pasolini's Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom"

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming Comparative Humanities events scheduled at this time. Please check back in the late summer/early fall for more information.