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Marina Morrison's picture

Hi.

My name is Marina and this is my first year at Bryn Mawr. I am from Washington, D.C. and am of Irish and Dutch descent. I am hoping to become a Psychology/Pre-med major due to my interests in human behavior and neuroscience. I am very interested in both Biology and Literature and thought this class would be an interesting blend of both subjects. I come from a strict Catholic family but often find myself more interested in biological perspectives. However, my Catholic background has allowed me to become more open minded and respectful towards different views on life. I also attended a large and diverse public high school where opposing views were commonplace. I am excited for this class and the unique perspectives it will bring.

1. How can the theories of evolution be woven into the study of literature?
2. Why are biology and literature so divided in the first place?
3. What types of literature will be used?

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