Our friend Chris has recently, and may we say, voluntarily, become unemployed. He is filling his days with museums and galleries and World At War DVDs. The last thing he remembers filling his spare time with before entering the magical world of employment was his dissertation. We thought we would help him fill his newly found time by making him illustrate some of our friends' more impenetrable dissertation titles.
"The Paradox of the Collective Identity and its Inevitable Degeneration in Zamyatin’s We and Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451:
Heretical Art is the Path to Individualism"
by Chris O'Real
"Indo-European literary representations of witchcraft and necromancy, their influence on Homeric depictions of magic, and their echoes in later classical literature"
by Bruno Bayley
by Ben Freeman
"Rock and Roll and Me"
by Robert Thumbs Downey Junior
"The familial terrorist: from Henry James to 9-11"
by Alex Miller
"Discuss the defining attributes of 11th Century sanctity"
by James Knight
"Sentimental Loneliness and Violent Isolation: Race, Representation and Selves in the American 1950s"
by Oscar Ricket
"The Literature of Disillusionment: A comparison between Evelyn Waugh's
Vile Bodies and Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises"
by Ronojoy Dam
“The rise of rational medicine in the ancient Greek world”
by James 'Joe' Kinneir
"There is no objective truth in objects, nor a single meaning"
by Coco Bayley
"Single atom manipulation in scanning tunneling microscopy"