Auspex: Interdisciplinary Journal of Undergraduate Research, Volume Nine

Auspex showcases fine capstone work of Warren Wilson College students. Pieces are created and submitted by students; recommended by faculty advisors; selected by an interdisciplinary faculty and student committee; and edited, designed, and published by the crew of the Writing Studio.
Cover Art: "Relics of the Creative Commons Crypt," Katherine Wilson. “Editors' Preface: Cultural Cultivation In The Face Of The Powers That Be,” Ethan Talbott and Trevor Nail, pp. 7-9; “How to Kill People in a God Honoring Way: How Catholicism Functions in the Horror Genre,” Clairissa Hitcho, English, pp. 11-34; “Intellectual Property and Art: Why We Want to Own Our Ideas and Why It Matters,” Hannah Ellison, Philosophy, pp. 35-61; “Using Embodiment to Boost Creativity Among Musicians,” Evan Timothy Woody, Music and Psychology, pp. 63-93; “Alkaline-Tolerant Bacterial Species Associated with Small-Scale Indigo Fermentation Dye Vats,” C. Reid Carpenter, Chemistry, pp. 94-118; “Motivation in Recovery: A Practicum in Substance Use Detoxification,” Zoe Camille Lahm, Psychology, pp. 120-143; “Maíz Libre para el Mundo: Corporate Profits, Indigenous Values, & Capitalizing Olotón,” Rhys Kutschbach, Global Studies, pp. 144-175; “Treatment for Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming People With Disordered Eating," Collin Lamkin, Psychology, pp. 177-208; “Masquerading a Monarchy: The Moroccan Monarchy’s Post-Colonial Nation-Building Strategies,” Ainara Hidalgo, Global Studies, pp. 209-242. Art: Sculptural Pieces by Mya Goodman, pp. 10, 62, 119, 176; “Artist Statement,” Mya Goodman, p. 243; “A Note on the Cover Art,” Katherine Wilson, p. 244.
Capstone Projects, Undergraduate Research