Every year, tens of thousands of your classmates write thesis papers. Most are too long, some are weirdly specific, and a bunch are just plain boring. We grabbed a few, though, that seemed worth a second look.
"Pardon Martha: An Image Restoration Analysis of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia." Michaela Hermann, Stetson University"
Heavy Metal Sub-Genres: A Content Analysis of Lyrical Themes." Paul Gibson, Stetson University
"Re-reading Xena: Lesbian Subtext and the Exploitation of Women in Science Fiction Fantasy Television." Margaret Twigg, Stetson University
"Breaking All The Rules: Queen Latifah's Representations of the Black Female Body In Film." Angelica
Cooper, Chatham College
"Thy Kingdom Cum: Belief and Practice in Christian Sex Toys." Kristy Slominski, Michigan State University
"In Search of Cloud Nine: Can we make a distinction between the usage of recreational drugs and mood brighteners?" Justin McCormack, Michigan State University
"The Devil Made Me Read It." Amie Senland, Saint Joseph College (About religious families' moral reading of the Harry Potter Books.)
"A Stolen Melody." Michael Lippert, Savannah College of Art and Design
A film in which a jazz band leader is blackmailed by a mysterious seductress who threatens to expose the quintet's corrupt past unless they let her join as its lead singer.