Welcome to Volume 3, Issues 1 and 2 of The Onyx Review: The Interdisciplinary Research Journal at Agnes Scott College, a peer- and faculty-reviewed journal! This volume of The Onyx Review proudly features remarkable research spanning the humanities to the sciences.
The Journal Committee at the Center for Writing and Speaking at Agnes Scott College would like to offer many thanks to our director Dr. Christine Cozzens, our coordinator Dr. Mina Ivanova, and our interim coordinator Kathryn Dean for their continued support and guidance in the publication of this journal. We would also like to extend thanks to our current committee members Ciel Zhang, Sarah Waites, Yuxin Zheng, and Jai Lockett for their respective contributions that made this volume possible. Lastly, we would like to express our sincere gratitude to the many faculty and student reviewers who devoted their valuable time and expertise.
Zoë C. Howard and Anna M. Tan
This is the journal for the spring 2018 semester. Below are the papers included in this volume, in alphabetical order by author.
- Friend or Foe?: How the United States Used 26/11 to Halt Reconciliation Between India and Pakistan by Shriya Bhattacharya
- The Disabled Form in Lorde’s The Cancer Journal by Alex Fallon
- Women’s Rights in Iraq: Pre- and Post-1979 by Sarah M. Farhan
- Come Celebrate Our Dream–But Don’t Look Past the Silt Fence: The Olympics Come to Summerhill by Alison Hopkins
- Red Terrorists, or Red, White and Blue Terrorists? A Closer Look at How the Word “Terrorism” Was Applied to the Vietnam War by Tatiana Nigh