EUC STUDENT ACADEMIC JOURNAL
The EUC student academic journal (ESAJ) is an academic journal led by students of Erasmus University College in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The journal features papers written by students of the Liberal Arts & Sciences program, to whom it provides the opportunity to make papers written during the academic year available to a wider public.
The first edition of the EUC student academic journal was published in December 2019, and contains contributions from the previous academic year. In this issue there are contributions from the Humanities, Social Sciences and Life Sciences departments.
issue, academic year 2018/2019
About this issue
What to expect
Sister Insider: Holding space for Black women’s anger
O. VAN VREDENDAAL
Interpreting Montesquieu’s views on the separation of state powers in the context of federal plea agreements in the United States
L. VECOLI, I. YOON & C. WU
The Evolution of Beauty Standards as Expressed by Miss Universe Contestants
M. VAN HALDEREN
Nazi Aesthetics: Perceptible Affect in the Third Reich
Memorias del Subdesarrollo: A Critical Review
A Critical Reflection: Hegel and the Concept of the Modern State
The Promise of Cosmopolitanism and the Potential for Resistance in the Global Network Society
Sex, Drugs and Dieting:
Deviance in the Modeling Industry
Demythifying cognitive stereotypes on gender: do women really outshine men at multitasking?
L. VAN BERGEN & N. DEROSSI
The Visual Language of the Rotterdam Techno Scene
C. LAMPIS TEMMINK
Music as Committed Writing: Exploring Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly
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