Now that I’m back from Germany, I can make some notes on how the public perceive the environmental economic tools used. One of the most obvious methods is the prevalence of wind and solar panel farms. These power generation plants can occupy large tracks of land, but I see saw many on my trip, even [...]
This post is long overdue. I am about a week from completing this project. Large sections of the draft are finished and now I am wrapping it up. The project took a dramatic turn late in July when I read Thomas P. Lewis’s “The Meaning of State Action” in the Columbia Law Review. The 1960 [...]
This summer I have spent my time exploring the history of the Western epic tradition. My goal was to gain an understanding of the genre and how it has changed, as well as its significance in relation to the modern era. Through my research, I found that while the epic evolved through a series of [...]
Follow this summer’s projects through recent posts or read about previous projects (2010-1013) in the archives.
Over the course of the summer these students will blog about their research, sharing the highs and lows of designing, researching, and carrying out an independent scholarly project with each other and the world.
This summer Upperclass Monroe Scholars at the College of William and Mary will spend seven weeks working on research projects across a variety of disciplines.