Volume 2 (2015)
From Sugar Daddies to private military contractors, the second volume of the Laurier Undergraduate Journal of the Arts showcases a wide range of social sciences and humanities research from Canadian undergraduates. It has been our privilege to work with talented researchers, board members, editors, and reviewers in order to complete this volume of the journal. Since our first volume, only one short year ago, we have experienced considerable growth; this year alone we received over 250 submissions from universities across Canada. We are proud of this year’s volume and grateful to have received funding from Wilfrid Laurier University’s Arts Undergraduate Society and The Dean of Arts Office; this publication would not be possible without their support. In what follows, we provide a glimpse of what you can look forward to in reading this volume. We hope that you enjoy the articles as much as we have.
Panic at the Drive-In: Affordance, Moral Panic, and Drive-In Theatres
Sugar for Sale: Constructions of Intimacy in the Sugar Bowl
The Future of Farming in Capable and Small Hands: The Young Farmer’s Movement in Waterloo Region 1907-1924