Global Tides Academic Journal Publishes 2020 Volume
Pepperdine University’s student-led academic journal Global Tides publishes Volume 14 as spring 2020 comes to an end. The journal features interdisciplinary undergraduate research from the humanities, religion, social science, and international studies.
In fall 2020, the student editorial boards—led by Brittany Bryant, Makenzie Daggett, Luke Whartnaby, and Shanelle Wilkins—began planning their rigorous peer-review processes and executing their marketing strategies to promote submissions.
“This year, I think we were most excited about the increase in student submissions which resulted in a diverse pool of research,” shares Whartnaby.
To read the published journal, visit the Global Tides digital commons.
Student research featured includes the following:
|Madeline C. Duvall||“A Lover’s Complaint”: Bad Shakespeare, or Not Even That?||Humanities|
|Sophie A. Miller||Othello as a Domestic Tragedy: Marriage and Moral Extremism||Humanities|
|Alissa Williams||The Dawn of a New Era in Entertainment History||Humanities|
|Hanna Price||Crude Awakening: The International Politics of Oil||International Studies and Languages|
|Reagan A. Shane||The Nuances of Capital Controls in Economic Development: Argentina and Chile||International Studies and Languages|
|Natalie Chan||Metaphysics of Gender||Religion and Philosophy|
|Maggie Wood||Who Supports Wealth Redistribution? Self-Interest, Symbolic Politics and American Exceptionalism Approaches Towards 1990 Public Opinion||Social Science|
|Daniel Iturri Calvo||The Rise of Left-Wing Populism in Europe: A Comparative Study||Social Science|