Belmont Undergraduate Research Symposium (BURS)

 
The Belmont University Research Symposium (BURS) provides Belmont students with an opportunity to present the findings of their independent research projects, listen to distinguished speakers, and enjoy the company of fellow researchers. Below is a selection of papers presented by students.

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Submissions from 2019

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Surviving Imprisonment in America: Drama Therapy for Incarcerated Women, Kendall Crawford

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Accidentally Pioneering A Movement: How the Pioneer Players Sparked Political Reform, Sami Hansen

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Breaking Down the Fourth Wall with Artaud, Punchdrunk, and the Wooster Group, Megan Huggins

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The Abusive Implementation of Biblical Sexuality: The Not So Pure Purity Movement, Paige Huggins

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How Moses’ Intercession Changed the Trajectory of Israel (Exodus 33:12-23), Hannah Kent

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Phillip Glass: A Never-Ending Circular Staircase, Josh Kiev

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Raising Cain: Interrogating Monstrosity in Beowulf, Victoria Pan

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Adolphe Appia: Unifying Acting through Sets and Lighting, Zachary Payne

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Finding Holes, Founding Theaters: An Exploration on Theatre Companies in Nashville, Eve Petty

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Musical and Social Trends in Twentieth-Century Colombia, Miranda Rojas

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Narrating Motherhood in the Hebrew Scriptures, Katie Rosenson