On Friday, December 7, 2018 six students presented their St. Mary’s Projects, the culmination of two semesters of research.
SMP Titles and Sessions
Session 1: Law and Identity in the Ancient and Modern Mediterranean World.
Brandon Poppell, “Intercultural Identity: Negotiating Identity in Ptolemaic Egypt Under the Ptolemaic Dynasty: 4th-1st Centuries BCE.” (Mentor Sarah Malena)
Herawe Kebede, “African Renaissance: The Rebirth of Ethiopian Pride.” (Mentor Garrey Dennie
Jake Miller, “Archaic but not forgotten: A consideration for Ancient Greek and Roman law to be considered in modern legal education.” (Mentor Sarah Malena)
Session 2: Creativity and Crisis in the Twentieth Century: Responding the Challenges in the Modern World
Andrew Messick, “Will She Ever Fly? The Development and Fate of the Last British Airship.” (Mentor Gail Savage)
Megan Root, “‘Who Will Not Be Silent?’ Youth Resistance to Nazi Occupation, 1939-1945.” (Mentor Christine Adams)
Vincent Turner, “Own A Cottage By The Sea”: Consumer Culture and Its Impact on the Development of North Beach, MD. 1900-1970.” (Mentor Charles Holden)