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With its inaugural publication in Spring of 2018, Ellipsis became Capital University’s Undergraduate Journal for Qualitative and Theoretical Studies. This journal was introduced by student Alex Mathews in order that the University might have a journal dedicated exclusively for the liberal arts. This publication is produced entirely by students of Capital University with the support of faculty and staff.
The table of contents for Volume 1 is below and the full publication can be downloaded here.
An Overview of Relations between Chinese Jews and their Government, 618 CE-PresentAustin ReidBoundless Greed: Analysis of Corruption in Central African Republic’s Political and Economic Atmospheres, 1960-presentMil MijatovicSkipping through the Landmines: How a New Historicism Reading of Nancy Mitford’s Wigs on the Green Reveals the Complex Battle for Britain’s soul in the early 1930sR. Christian PhillipsInsects as Food? Insects as Food!The Environmental, Economic, and Nutritional Benefits of Increased Insect Consumption and the Barriers InvolvedJulia WiebeRussia’s Jewish Converts: A History of the Subbotnik Movement, 1796-PresentAustin ReidMama and Dr. Facilier: Misrepresentation of Voodoo in Disney’s The Princess and the FrogMoriah ReichertThe Enduring Legacy of Those Ladies in Red: Following the Changing Nature of The Red Detachment of WomenR. Christian PhillipsHistory Assassinated: A Comparative Analysis of Videogames and HistoryRachel CrumleyUnderstanding the Legal Status of China’s Jews: An Overview of Relations between Chinese Jews and their Government, 618 CE-PresentAustin Reid
Students:Alex Mathews, Chief EditorLuke Gaulke, Vice EditorAustin Reid, TreasurerXavier Wherley, Graphic DesignerAlexis Frantum, English EditorChristian Phillips, History EditorJay Scott, Spanish EditorAurelia McMahon, French EditorLiza Day, Political Science EditorDaniel Pawlowski, Philosophy and Religion EditorFaculty:Dr. Walsh, Advisor and Political Science EditorDr. Dyck, English EditorDr. Carlson, History EditorDr. Saunders, World Languages EditorDr. Jackson, Philosophy and Religion Editor