"When the first tower fell, it was as if, you know I have a window here, you couldn't see anything. It was like, I've never been in a volcanic explosion but that’s what it would seem to me like. The sun... I told you it was a brilliant day; you couldn't see the sun anymore." - Dean Lynn Byrne

Journals & Papers

Throughout the course sessions students were required to keep journal entries and to prepare a final paper based on the content of their interviews and their interview experiences.† These course materials are organized by class. For some students enrolled in HIS113P, course participation seemed to provide cathartic expression to pent-up feelings. This was especially true for those who had family and friends affected by 9/11, or, who had direct experience with the disaster themselves.† The journals and final paper presentations gave expression to thoughtful self-reflection and emotions aroused by the studentsí own memories and the experiences of their interviewees.

 

2004

2006

 
 
Davidson, Jennifer
Arcuri, Carla
 
 
DeSena, Cassie
Bukhari, Farsan
 
 
Erdrich, Amara
Casaccio, Theresa
 
 
Kerr, Hayley
Deluca, Cristina
 
 
Kilcoyne, Mary
Fernandes, Deanna
 
 
LaTorre, Elizabeth
Fleischman, Tracy
 
 
Lee, Richard
Ioannidis, Constantine
 
 
Lorence, Elizabeth
Jaramillo, John
 
 
Masiello, Cristina
Johal, Lina
 
 
Milazzo, Amanda
Kacou, Joeata
 
 
Pfau, Jillian
Lev, Fania
 
 
Tucker, Katherine
McCarty, James
 
 
Ventura, Teresa
Nabi, Fahadun "Neo"
 
   
O'Connell, Tara
 
   
Rakhnayev, Katerina
 
   
Rassman, Frederick
 
   
Roman, Rafael
 
   
Saad, Cindy
 
   
Shinkareva, Yekaterina