The Department of Modern Languages and Cultures at Brockport offers students the opportunity to study a variety of languages, literatures and cultures within a dynamic and challenging environment. Students acquire knowledge, skills, and attitudes that are necessary in the workplace and develop the analytic skills needed to be effective participants in local and national discussions.
Collected here are honors theses produced by students in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures at the College at Brockport.
Theses from 2018
Theses from 2017
Patwa is a language; no ifs, buts or maybes, Rashana Lydner
Theses from 2015
Theses from 2014
Feminismo en la poesía de Claribel Alegría, Devan Quinn
Theses from 2013
La francophonie: An Alternative to Americanization, Elise A. Micale
Theses from 2012
Voice and Collective Identity in La Voz Dormida, Amanda T. Loveless