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Fall 2020 Presentations

"The Humanities at a Time of Crisis"

Undergraduate research engaging timely debates related to cultural and environmental changes

On Tuesday, September 1, 2020, our 2020-21 Scholars will present their thesis proposals to the public via Zoom.

View the presentation schedule and access details below. Each session has its own Zoom link.


10:30 am: "#MeToo and the Transnational Politics of Social Media Feminism"

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10:30-10:45

10:45-10:50

10:50-11:05

11:05-11:20

11:20-11:35

11:35-11:50

Glasscock Center Introduction, Jessica Howell

Faculty Director, Vanita Reddy | Department of English

Scholar, Alysabeth Lipman | Major: International Studies

Scholar, Nydia Gomez | Major: International Studies

Scholar, Megha Viswanath | Major: International Studies

Scholar, Zoe Simmons | Major: English


12:00 pm: "Gauchos and Charros: Discovering Historical and Socio-political Parallels Through Multimodal Social Semiotic Analysis"

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12:00-12:15

12:15-12:20

12:20-12:35

12:35-12:50

12:50-1:05

Glasscock Center Introduction, Jessica Howell

Faculty Director, Gabriela Zapata | Department of Hispanic Studies

Scholar, Steven Gooch | Major: Business Honors

Scholar, Ariadne Pacheco | Major: International Studies

Scholar, Yzach Dominguez | Major: University Studies


1:30 pm: "Energy, Environment and Literatures and Film from the Global South"

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1:30-1:45

1:45-1:50

1:50-2:05

2:05-2:20

Glasscock Center Introduction, Jessica Howell

Faculty Director, Carmela Garritano | Department of International Studies

Scholar, Lauren Curtis | Major: International Studies

Scholar, Gabrielle Doucet | Major: International Studies