Three Journeys: Students’ Reflections on Research Experiences in the Humanities

Three Wake Forest undergraduates recount the lessons they learned about the world and themselves through their individual research opportunities. Read their first hand accounts.

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Ashley Millhouse

How 1994 Lives On: The Teaching of Apartheid in South Africa’s Classrooms

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Lucy Lan

Mao Zedong in the Eyes of the Chinese

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Allison Homer

The Preservation of the Welsh Language and Folklore

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Ashley, Lucy, and Allison all presented their research and findings as part of the URECA Annual Research Day which provides a forum for undergraduate students to showcase their discoveries.  For information about URECA click Here.

Their experiences were funded by the Richter Scholarship Program which provides independent study scholarships.  For more information on the Richter program click Here.

Additional funding for Faculty-Student research is provided by the Humanities Institute’s College Collaboration program.  For more information click Here.

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