We would like to extend our congratulations to the brilliant writers of the 2020 third edition of the Muhlenberg Academic Review (MAR)! MAR is Muhlenberg College’s Interdisciplinary Academic Journal, which showcases the wide range of insightful student writing occurring across our campus. These papers have undergone a highly selective process involving the instrumental help of our faculty-recommended contributing editors and copy editors; each paper was read by three separate readers, two in the same discipline as the paper, and one “reader-at-large,” a reader outside the discipline, and then copy edited. We want to honor the 13 students whose papers were selected out of 60 total submissions through a video acknowledgement by our co-editors-in-chief.
Thank you to our large team of contributing editors and copy editors for helping us make such difficult choices, and lending your time and energy to our journal. We also want to thank our fabulous board members, our faculty sponsor, Linda Miller, and Kathy Harring and the Provost’s Office for their generous support.
Congratulations to the 13 writers whose work has made the curation of MAR’s 3rd edition such an honor.
Alex Franchino and Kieva Mark, Co-Editors-in-Chief
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Once again, congratulations to our authors!
- Jessica Bensimhon ’20
- Instrumental Intersections: Language, Music, and Identity in Jackie Kay’s Trumpet and Jesmyn Ward’s Men We Reaped
- Mica Curtin-Bowen ’20
- Culture and Medicine: How an Integrated Medical Model Leads to Greater Population Health in Communities Practicing Traditional Medicine
- Quentin Bernhard ’20
- Restoring Power and Creating Tense Conditions: The Top-Down Caused Collapse of Colonialism in Latin America
- Betty Ben Dor ’22
- In with the Old … and with the New: An Analysis of Igor Stravinsky’s Use of Neoclassical techniques in The Rake’s Progress
- Jordan Wuerth ’20
- Language Deficits in Children with Down Syndrome: A comprehensive review of language impairments and interventions for children with Down Syndrome
- Rebekah Nachman ’20
- The Dead Have Arrived: The Transformative Power of Political Performance
- Natalie David ’22
- Where Borders and Beliefs Come to Meet
- Jona Lieberman ’20
- Moving Beyond “Littérature Monde en Français” : Translingualism, Opacity and Translation of Experience in the Writing of Food as seen in Un Papillon dans la Cité by Gisèle Pineau and Trames by Gerty Dambury
- Haley Hnatuk ’20
- Did you get Lost in Translation: Creating Third Spaces Abroad
- Riley Minkoff ’20
- Prevention Through Deterrence: How it Interacts with The Immigration and Nationality Act
- Anne Cannon ’21
- Imagining Abraham: Understanding the Hebrew Bible and the Qur’an as Museums
- Meray Faragalla ’20
- Incarceration and Infectious Disease
- Brooke Weber ’20
- What Can I Do: (In)Action, Self-Ascription, and Character as Catalyst in Modern British Fiction