Sarah Lawrence College students in their senior year may choose to devote one-third of their program to a senior thesis. The thesis is interdisciplinary and is completed over the course of an academic year with a committee of two or three faculty members chosen by the student. One faculty member serves as the chief sponsor, while the others bring the insights and methods of their disciplines to bear on the project.
As of 2022, all senior theses are deposited into Digital Commons as SLC Access Only.
Senior Theses from 2022
The Poetic is Political, Tova Greene
A Cyclical Interpretation of Poussin’s 1664 Apollo and Daphne, Alexis Hoglund
Imagined Hearths: Representations of the Family in Medieval Popular Romance and their Codices, Elias Holmquist
Understanding Idol Fandom Culture in China, Wanyi Liu
Senior Theses from 2020
A Program For Surface Classification, Sarah Dennis
Senior Theses from 2019
Technologies of Connection, Catherine Eng
Border Stories: Reconstructing Migrant Narratives and Empathy for the Marginal, Anamari Gaeta
Perceptions of Animated Works by Individuals on the Autism Spectrum and Impact of Animated Works on Real World Connections, Miranda R. Lee
Lessons Learned: The National Consumers' League, The Fight for $15, and Their Battles to Raise the Minimum Wage, Rosa Mykyta-Chomsky