A collection of things to read… no guarantees as to relevance, quality, or entertainment value
The two final papers I wrote last semester (for completely different classes)
on this dense but wonderful book.
MR22: Justice, Paper 2
Is it wrong for law enforcement officials to use racial, ethnic, or religious profiling in deciding whom to search in airports, train stations, subways?
This rush job worried me a little (such an abrupt end!), but it did well and I’m satisfied.
MR22: Justice, Paper 1
Can torture be justified as a last resort to prevent an iminent terrorist attack?
My TF was very pleased with this piece of writing, and overall, so was I
My one perfect day in Amsterdam
By semi-popular demand, a suggested itinerary
based on my own experiences in that lovely city
The Problem with Scholarship Bond-Breakers
Essentially an essay of things I’ve said many times in various forms
to multiple friends and acquaintances over the past four years
Historical Study A-12 Short Paper 3
Winners, Losers and the Collective Action Problem
I was desperate for a good grade so I pandered shamelessly to the (pretty low, imho) expectations of the TF. It’s not flawless (at least one big problem, actually), but it’s decent, and my TF loved it.
Historical Study A-12 Short Paper 2
Liberalism v. Hegemonic Stability Theory:
A Constructivist Rejection of Hegemony
A paper I put quite a bit of effort into, but which wasn’t very well-received by my TF. Despite that, I’m pretty satisfied with the essay.
French 170 Position Paper
Walter Benjamin’s “The Arcades Project”, Convolute E
One of the few things I’ve written in college that I’m happy with.
Pity it’s just a throwaway position paper written in a hurry.
My raw, unedited response to the question:
“What do Singaporeans speak?”
My raw, unedited response to the question:”What do Singaporeans speak?”