Honors Research is a hallmark of an IWU liberal arts education. Eligible students are invited to embark upon a year-long research or creative arts project with a faculty mentor and a committee of faculty from within and outside of their major department.
Any entry that does not have a pdf attached has been withheld from the repository at the author’s request. Bona fide researchers may be consult these works by visiting the University Archives in Tate Archives & Special Collections; contact archives@iwu.edu or visit Tate Archives and Special Collections for details.


Submissions from 2019


Interpreting the Memoirs of Dorothea Buck-Zerchin: Understanding the Evolving Cultural and Linguistic Context of Mental Illness in Twentieth Century Germany, Niyant Vora

Submissions from 2017

The Invisible Protagonist: A Reassessment on Brecht's The Good Person of Szechwan, Diana Moody

Submissions from 2010


Die Darstellung der Evangelischen Kirche als eine neue Familie in Erich Loests Nikolaikirche, Beth A. Roberts

Submissions from 1967


The Study of Two Related Polarities in Thomas Mann's Der Tog In Venedig, Kenneth R. Olson '67