Burn Your Draft is taking a break for the summer and will be back in fall 2022 with our new student producer and host, Albert Kerelis ’24. We’ll have a bunch of interviews with ’22 grads to share, as well as a couple more from the class of 2020 and 2021.
Infinite thank yous and appreciations go to Amelie; we’ll miss you!
While we’re on break, check out these other podcasts which have Reedies working on them:
Nearly all Reedies take Hum 110, the year-long humanities conference that serves as an introduction to the Reed education. Max decided to go back to Hum 110 to study how students engage with social justice for their linguistics thesis.
Reed community members can read Max’s thesis, “Just Saying(s): Discursive Practices and Social Justice in a Humanities 110 Conference,” online in the Electronic Theses Archive.
Amelie and Demeter talk about Demeter’s thesis on nationalism, gender, and culture in Kazakhstan.
Reed community members can read Demeter’s thesis, “Blossoming from the Steppe: Nationalism and Culture in Urban Kazakhstan,” online in the Electronic Theses Archive.
Evan Griggs ’22 wrote a thesis in the math department, and talks about his path from community college to the math department at Reed.
Reed community members can read Evan’s thesis, “Cyclic Cones & Non-singular Refinements of Cyclic Fans,” online in the Electronic Theses Archive.
Ema Chomsky ’21 wrote her thesis on the environmental history of Haiti by focusing on U.S. interventions in the country.
Reed community members can read Ema’s thesis, “Pigs and Plantations: US Environmental Interventions in Haiti in the Twentieth Century,” online in the Electronic Theses Archive.