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Evolution and Literature Web Projects 4

This is the fourth, and final, set of web projects to emerge from The Story of Evolution and the Evolution of Stories, a course offered at Bryn Mawr College in Spring 2011. As the semester ends, students are making use of the biological, philosophical and literary stories of the course to create new, interesting, useful stories of their own.

Take a look around, and feel warmly welcome to respond in the comment area available at the end of each paper. What strikes, intrigues, puzzles you...what, among your reactions, might be of interest or use to the writer, or others in the class, or others who--exploring the internet--might be in search of a thoughtful conversation about evolution and literature?

ajohnstonA Creative Conversation Between Three Texts
alexandrakgThe Evolution Tibetan Sand Mandala: Perspectives on the Evolution of Life and Artistic Expression
AnnaPWhat is the revolutionary potential of comics as a medium?
ashleyEvolving in the Classroom
bhealyToday's Version of Me
ckosarekThe Role of Fiction in Science (A Discussion)
cr88Deus Ex Serendip: A "Heavenly" New Perspective On Some Familiar Issues
cwalkerThe Story of Anthropology: How our Perceptions of the Development of Societies & Cultures have Evolved
cwalkerThe Story of Anthropology: How our Perceptions of the Development of Societies & Cultures have Evolved
DawnFan Fiction: Evolution of Storytelling
dfishervanA Last Minute Edit
ellyFinal Project - Video Representation of the Forum
ems8140The Evolution of Psychology
ewashburnThe Role of Fiction in Science (A Discussion)
GaviaTransects Evolit Final Paper
hannahgiseleFaulkner and the Three Forms of Storytelling
hlehmanEvolution in the media: the translation of our story in The New York Times
hopeA Story for Children
katlittrellThe Role of Fiction in Science (A Discussion)
kgrassLeave it to Chance...
LethologicaWorldbuilding: The Role of Science in Fantasy
LynnAn Unlikely Conversation
mgz24Evolution in Don Quixote
mindyhuskinsThe Story of This Class: A Completely True and Faithful Account of What Happened in This Course Over the Past Semester
OrganizedKhaosTo Stand Up or Stand Back: A Question of Ethics and Activism in Anthropology
phyllobates A Scientific Inquiry into the Art of Scientific Writing
PoppyflowerLeave it to Chance...
rachelrWhat is the Role of Fiction in Science? (A Discussion)
Sarah SchnellbacherCatholicism on Evolution and the Evolution of Catholicism
skindeepfinal project
tangerinesEvoLit Final Web Event: Pestilence
the.believerThe 20th Century Plague
themwordA Political Science Major’s Understanding of Science - Webpaper 4
vlopezWhat it means to be Immortal