Spring 2017

Issue 4 Risk-taking approaches to academic writing

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SolarSource: A General Framework for Evaluating Rooftop Solar Potential
by Graham Turk


“Curiouser and Curiouser”: Discouraging Female Agency and Curiosity in ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’
by Julia Schorn

A Pool of Thought: Modest Water’s Mighty Work in ‘To the Lighthouse’
by Carolyn Kelly

Treating the Body Politic: Keynes’s Postwar Rhetoric of Corporeality by Nicolette D’Angelo

MOTIVE: Preface

Farming the Future at Princeton
by Sam Rob

A Wave for Hillary? Feminism and the Generational Divide in Democratic Women Voters
by Pragya Malik

FRAMING: Preface

The Filtration Metaphor: An Analysis of Delays in New York’s 7 Line Extension
by Jonah Hyman

Media Meditation in 1990s Slacker Comedies
by Sam Bollen

A Curious Case of Political Critique: The Detective Genre in Rodolfo Walsh’s ‘Operation Massacre’
by Lara Norgaard


‘Entombment’: Moretta da Brescia’s Command of Obedience
by Sandra Carpenter

What is Truth?: The Relationship between J.S. Bach and Arvo Pärt Considered from Their Respective Versions of the Johannes-Passion
by Ming Wilson

Math in the Humanities? Writing about a Non-Traditional Topic for a Traditional Audience
by Natalie Berkman

METHODS: Preface

Paul and Mary Would Very Much Like You to Make… A National Heritage: The Great British Bake-Off and Forming a Modern British Identity
by Abigail Denton

“It’s All Coming Together Now:” An Ethnographic Study of Princeton University’s Black Arts Company and a Glimpse at the Effects of Globalized Hip-Hop in a Concentrated Campus Setting
by Lavinia Liang


How Intentional Anachronism Changes Identity Processing via History in ‘Assassin’s Creed’
by Noah Hastings

The Classroom Cure: Greece Struggles to Educate a New Generation of Refugees
by Hayley Roth

Volcanoes and Detectives: Writing unconventionally in academic work (and maybe doing it well)
by Harrison Blackman

Dead end or Dividend: Falling (Face-First) into the Intentional Fallacy by Myrial Holbrook


Designing Indigeneity: French Polynesian Tifaifai as Homelands and Knowledge Systems
by Charlotte Reynders