Volume 4, Issue 1, 2015-2016
How We Remember Now: Personal Memorials and the Democratization of Commemoration, by Dan Fries. The Modern and Postmodern in Sofia Coppola’s Lost In Translation, by Meral Kocak. Reconciling Language, Categorization, and Authority in The British Government and Jihad, by Alison Marqusee. Slavery and Pokémon, by Cruz Arroyo III. Like Son Like Father: The Transference of Disabled Identities from Children to Their Parents, by Jess Libow.
Volume 3, Issue 1, 2013-2014
Theorizing Ke$ha: Becoming Cyborg and Queer Utopia in “TiK ToK,” by Julia Hunter. “We All Self-Conscious, I’m Just the First to Admit it”: Self-Re exivity in The Great Gatsby, by Josh Bucheister. Social Media and Network Revolutions, by Karl Moll. Ideology in the New Age Bookstore, by Dan Wriggins. Climbing Across A Visit from the Goon Squad and “Of Other Spaces,” by Gavi Fried.
Volume 2, 2012-2013
- Heavyweights: An Interpretive Boxing Match of Freud & Foucault’s Theories of Sexuality
- Ryan Rebel ’14
- Imperial Ephemerality: Passing the Burden
- Neilay Shah ’14
- Is the Past the Future? 20th Century Historicism & the Philosophy of Music
- Micah Walter ’14
- Intimate Occupation: Constructing the “Official” Story of Japanese War-Brides
- Lizzie Douglas ’13
Volume 1, 2011-2012
- "One little room, an everywhere": Spatial Dynamics and the Divine Potential of Love and Mind in John Donne's The Sunne Rising
- David Richardson '12
- "The Cycles of Presidential History: Where Are We Now?"
- Hannah Solomon-Strauss '12
- "Myth and Its Double: Re-reading, Re-vision, and Repetition in Angela Carter's The Sadeian Woman"
- Karina Puttieva '11
- "Unpeeling Wallpaper: Women's Voices Beneath the Pattern of Domesticity, 1860-1935"
- Maggie Goddard '11
Volume VI, Spring 2017, Hair
Each of our numerous, stellar pieces works to explore the power and mystery of hair. Each one offers a different take on the question,“What does [your] hair mean to you?”We aim to continue Margin’s tradition of investment in questions of margins and body texts, multimedia work and communication of complex themes, drawing from, and going beyond, the classroom. We hope that this issue illuminates a subject both mundane and majestic – hair.
It’s My Hair (I Bought It) by Kaylynn Mayo
Aristotle Didn’t Go to Medical School by Jonathan Zelinger
Rebirth by Alina Wang
Medusa by Alina Wang
From the Roots by Késha Hollins
Personal Abyss by Chloe Wang
Untitled by Alliyah Allen
Untitled by Alliyah Allen
Miss Wild by Isabella Siegel,
The Limit Does Not Exist by Nana Nieto
Recognizing the Beauty Within: Breaking Free From the Oppression of my Kinks and Curls by Mercedes Davis
Glass Haircut by Alexandra Ben-Abba
Barber Shop Moms by Lauren Sahlman
Untitled by Anonymous
Untitled by Xiyuan Li
“Apollo’s Hair” by Glorín Colón
Untitled by Essence Jackson-Jones
Untitled by Essence Jackson-Jones
Volume V, Spring 2016, Critical Mass
As short-hand we’ve tended to explain “Critical Mass” as an issue that explores the interstices of community, identity, and representation.
“Community” by Miranda Joseph
On the Bus by Elana Kates
Abandoned Building by Elana Kates
SemioticsoftheDesert by Elena Harriss-Bauer
SELF-HELP FOR THE BODILY CONFUSED by Julia Schrecengost
Recognizing Myself in a Sea of Whiteness by Shahzeen Nasim
Humbly Offering Chairman Mao 10,000 Years of Boundless Longevity by Ashley Thompson
Ah! Another Big Cockerel! by Ashley Thompson
The Rise of the Curator in an Age of Austerity by John Patrick Leary
Brain-washed by Tara Mingjie Sun
Anti-social Media by Glorín Colón
New Chiangeles City by Matthew Ridley
Media and Message in DIY, From Whole Earth to World Wide WEB by Chloe Wang
Crow Feathers by Caleb Eckert
Schuylkill Punt by Caleb Eckert
Shrine to Chronic Social Indigestion by Caleb Eckert
When I Pass Through Your Town by Morgana Warner-Evans
Volume IV, Spring 2015, Food Fight
Food Fight features work by students, scholars, artists, musicians, and writers from both within and beyond the Haverford community that considers taste, disgust, etiquette, the organic movement, fast food, diets, celebrity chefs, cafeteria trauma, and anything else you can bite into.
Nachos by Beth Heinly
Brunch by Katy Frank
Food-Gram by Joanna S. Quigley
#SelfieReflection by DarkMatter
Soil, Seeds, and Social Change with the Permaculture Network of El Salvador by Dr. Naomi Millner
Thanksgiving Bliss by Justine Neuberger
Cake by Justine Neuberger
Way Back Home by Kelly Jung
Cheerio by Courtney Lau
Porcelain by Anonymous
True Story/Self Portrait by Anthony Campuzano
‘Whose Streets’: Food Sovereignty and Land Use in Oakland, California by Kathleen O’Connor
#reclaimingmyculture by Miranda Canilang
Easter by Ryan Murphy
Black Licorice by Beth Heinly
Volume III, Spring 2014, CASH
Cash features work by students, scholars, artists, musicians, and writers from both within and beyond the Haverford community, all considering physical currency within our lives, language, and economy.
America Presenting Electricity to the World by Emily Erb
Awash in a sea of liquidity by Neilay Shah '14 and Mike Ferrara '14
Cold Hard Cash by Kathleen Loock
Baptism of Pocahontas by Emily Erb
Debt, Thrice Over, Diagrammatized by Dr. Indradeep Ghosh
Artist's Statement by Justine Smith
Money Map of World by Justine Smith
[Ex]change: Alternative Currencies in Mexico City and the Urban Imaginary by Sam Shain '14
Fictive Credit: Aesthetics and Economics in Rockers (1978) by Dr. Joshua Ramey
Balaclava Dolla by Caroline Caldwell
Art is an Investment by Caroline Caldwell
In Memoriam by Emily Erb
Volume II, Spring 2013, Deploying Terror
Wall Unit by Phil Lique (with commentary from Margin Editorial Board)
Myla Haider by Daniel Heyman
Kole Welsch by Daniel Heyman
They Put Me in an Animal Cage by Daniel Heyman
“It Is Difficult” by Daniel Heyman
White Men by Margaret Roleke
Pinkies by Margaret Roleke
Eagle (Cowboys and Indians) by Margaret Roleke
Razed City, Rebuilding Men: Deploying Fireman and Hijacker Bodies and Constructing the Post-9/11 World by Waleed Shahid
Mr. Rogers by Asa Zimbabwe
Amazon Drone Reviews by compiled by the Margin Editorial Board
Defective by Phil Lique
EVERYTHING THAT RISES by Gerald Saladyga
PREMONITION by Gerald Saladyga
He Could Tie It to a Tree Branch by Andrew Ridker
Daredevil by Phil Lique
Crisis on Infinite Pages: Disaster, Gender, and the Blockbuster Comic Book Cross-over in Post-9/11 America by David DiPietro
Volume I, Spring 2012, Divas
- "WHEN BEYONCÉ"
- Samuel Fox '14
- "Safety First"
- Nike Desis
- "Putting the Sirens to Sleep": Ancient Divas and MTV Sirens
- Hannah Silverblank '12
- "The Mermaid Eftalya"
- Gail Holst-Warhaft
- "Reasons I Don't Use the Word Diva #1 and #14"
- Jane Holloway '11
- "The Presentation of Fame in Everyday Life: The Case of Lady Gaga"
- Mathieu Deflem
- "Curly is a Diva"
- "Portrait of the Abbess as a Pop-Culture Diva: How Hildegard became a New Age Superstar and Why it Makes Me So Nervous"
- Maud McInerney
- "DR in Human/Pleiadian Form"
- K-Fai Steele
- "Madeline Kahn and a Bottle of Bread"
- Alex Sugiura
- "i just wanna b free"
Organized by Hannah Silverblank '12 in conjunction with the release of Margin's inaugural issue on divas, this conference brought together scholars to consider divadom and its permutations across literature, sociology, history, and gender and sexuality studies.
The Haverford Journal was founded in the spring of 2004 by Robert Schiff in an effort to showcase some of Haverford's best student work in the humanities and social sciences. In the spring of 2012, the Editorial Board re-imagined the Journal as two complementary publications: Body Text and Margin.
Volume 5, 2009-10
- "Atlantic Creoles and the Birth of African American Culture"
- Daniel Sacks '09
- "Don't Bite the Hand that Feeds You"
- David Fischer '10
- "A Different Kind of Peace"
- Jacob Waters '10
- "Echoes and Cycles of Faith in Coleridge's "Frost at Midnight""
- Maddie Hoagland-Hanson '11
- "Image, Text, and the Barthesian Haiku"
- Conall Cash '08
- "Turning Turk"
- David Thorstad '12
- "Empowered Yet Limited"
- Anna Provitola '11
Volume 4, 2008-2009
- "Who Owns History?"
- Michael Grant '07
- "The Witness in the Martyr's Mirror"
- Ryan Pirtle-McVeigh '07
- "Colonialist Ideas in an Un-Colonial Place"
- Samuel S. Dalke '07
- "Self-Deception in Suburbia"
- Emily Taber '07
Volume 3, April 2007
- The Cultural Politics of British Opposition to Italian Opera, 1706-1711"
- Veronica Faust '06
- "Childbirth in Medieval Art"
- Kate Phillips '06
- "Baudrillard, Devo, and the Postmodern De-evolution of the Simulation"
- James Weissinger '06
- "Politics and the Representation of Gender and Power in Rubens's The Disembarkation at Marseille from The Life of Marie de' Medici"
- Aaron Wile '06
Volume 2, February 2006
- "Why the Supreme Court of New York is Not the Supreme Court of New York"
- Bryan T. Camp '82
- "Self-(Un)Conscious Narrative of the Female Body"
- Hilary Franklin '05
- "History is What Hurts"
- Ross Lerner '06
- "The Crossroads"
- Lindsey Dolich '06
- "Diamond Matchbooks"
- Marisa Wilairat '05
Volume 1, February 2005
- "Rethinking the 'L Word'"
- Dr. Kevin Mattson
- "Arms and Love"
- Robin Dean '04
- "Southward Ho"
- Scott Simpson '04
- "The Course of a Particular"
- Sandra Read-Brown '04
- "Percevalian Mediaevalism"
- Erin Tremblay '04
- "Bayard Rustin"
- Rachel Moston '04