Student presents research

Ben Blanks, a senior from Lynchburg, presented a paper at the second annual Coker College Undergraduate Humanities Research Conference February 19-20 in Hartsville, S.C.

Blanks presented his research, “Comparative Redefinition:  the Psychoanalytic Assimilation of the Feminine Attribute Guile into the Masculine in TheBook of the Wiles of Women.” His paper was prepared for a medieval literature course taught by Dr. Elza Tiner, professor of English, last fall.

Coker College’s Undergraduate Humanities Research Conference is funded in part by The Humanities Council S.C., a state program of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and by The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation of New York.