A few papers from my first few semesters at school. Later work was unfortunately lost when I did not move quickly enough to copy files from the school network's personal drive before graduation. That included most of my papers in anthropology and sociology.
A brief critique of psychology at the end of this lab report-- scroll to last page. For my introductory psychology class.
An article that I wrote for the school's "journal of social and political thought", in which I argue that the journal is one among many pedagogical mechanisms that instills the Amherst ideal-- equal parts elitism, demophobia, and abstraction-- in captive students.
A paper, entitled "A Sentimental Educationalist: Effects of Affect in Fieldwork", given at the annual 5 College Undergraduate Anthropology Conference.