A Start: Sherwood Anderson, Sinclair Lewis, and Feeling Overwhelmed

Winesburg Map

“In the beginning when the world was young there were a great many thoughts but no such thing as a truth.” Sherwood Anderson starts off Winesburg, Ohio with this grand thesis of human existence. I started off my honors research a few weeks ago and now have a great many thoughts as well, but often […]

Comparing Sectors of Medicine via Physician Narratives

To conclude my Comparative Analysis of Civilian and Military Medicine, I compiled the physician narratives that I collected during my travels earlier this summer. My final product is formatted similar to an article that might appear in medical journal, as many physicians enjoy reading not just about groundbreaking research discoveries but also the thoughts and […]

The Final Chapter

Since leaving Williamsburg, I have been adding the finishing touches to my book and I am proud to say it looks just like I imagined it would. Seven weeks of work has created a book that is 201 pages long and explores the disaster cultures of Japan and Hawai’i. The book is at the printers […]