Auspex: Interdisciplinary Journal of Undergraduate Research, Volume Two
Warren Wilson College
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 Image," Emma Master. "Table of Contents." "Disrupt," Wes Tirey, pp. 5-7. Articles: "Asceticism for Community: The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Warren Wilson College," Chandler Jones, History, pp. 9-29; "Eugenol and Methyleugenol Composition in Three Varieties of Tulsi: Rama, Krishna, and Vana Tulsi (Ocimum tenuiflorum L. and Ocimum gratissimum L.)," Mayuri Patel, Biology, pp. 31-57; "Interlocking Threads: Examining the Relationships between Cord-Marked Pottery, Gender, and Communities of Practice in Western North Carolina," Helen Albea, Anthropology, pp. 59-103; "Crystals of the Tinder Polypore (Fomes fomentarius): Where Do They Occur?," Sam Wasko, Biology, pp. 105-123; "Impunity Runs Rampant: The Necessity for Community Healing and Reconciliation in Guatemala," Felicia Hall, Global Studies, pp.125-160; "Reconciling a Deconstructive Method with a Feminist Practice," Dan Segal, Philosophy, pp. 163-193; "Feature: Globalization, the Mexican Drug War, and Community Organizing: Christian Diaz ’12 Talks About His Thesis Research and His Work Since Graduation," Malka Howley, pp. 195-199.
Capstone Projects, Undergraduate Research