Archives for the ‘Paper’ Category

Blog Post 4: Understanding John Adams and Samuel Adams through John Locke- Conclusion and Findings

By • Jul 6th, 2015 • Category: Honors Thesis, Paper, Research

Rob_O’Gara_Final_Research_Paper I have completed my research! I know it has been a long time since my last post. The reason being is that I wanted to make sure my research paper was at least near perfect before I published my conclusions. While I have not done a lot of research since my third blog post, […]



Beginning the Writing Process

By • Jun 24th, 2014 • Category: Honors Thesis, Paper, Research

In continuation of my project, I have compiled academic studies and reviews related to my topic: analyzing treatments for drug addiction and the ways in which those treatments could be transferred to combat food addiction.  Once I felt that I had a substantial number of papers noted, I began piecing together an outline for my […]



Facts and Theories about the Returne from Pernassus

By • Oct 3rd, 2008 • Category: Bibliography, Editing, Honors Thesis, Literature, Manuscripts, Paper, Parnassus, Printing, Research, Shakespeare

This paper was delivered at the Celebration of Summer Research at the College of William and Mary on September 27, 2008. Even Newer Facts and Theories about the Parnassus Plays Hello. My name is Christopher Adams, and I am a fifth-year senior here at the College. I took last year off to study abroad in […]

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A Post on Paper

By • Jul 22nd, 2008 • Category: Bibliography, Honors Thesis, Paper, Parnassus, Research, Returne from Pernassus, Thesis

I promised a post about the production of paper and its usefulness in bibliography. Here is a description, lifted from a draft of my thesis: Before the advent of machinery in the 1800s, paper was a handmade object created by dipping a mould into a vat of pulp, known as stuff. The mould consists of […]

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My Textual History, or, How I Became Involved in Research and Started Losing My Hair pt. V

By • Jul 15th, 2008 • Category: Bibliography, Bindings, Collators, Editing, Honors Thesis, Manuscripts, Paper, Parnassus, Printing, Research, Return from Parnassus, Thesis, William and Mary

I now move on to the main part of my research experience, which has consumed the past three years of my life. Beginning my sophomore year, I began working with a play entitled The Return from Parnassus (I often refer to it in its original form—The Returne from Pernassus, or just Returne). Two other students […]

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