Session 1J

Stories and Signs From around the World

1:00 PM to 2:30 PM | Moderated by James Clauss
Add to my favorites From France to Acadia to Louisiana: An Examination of ‘Civilizing Discourse’ and Materialism in Acadian-Cajun Folk Tales
Presenter
  • Jonathan Armoza, Fifth Year, English
Mentor
  • Kimberlee Gillis-Bridges,

Add to my favorites Contexts of Colonization: The Literary-Historical Treatment of the Anglo-Saxon Settlement
Presenter
  • Brian Hardison, Senior, English, Evening Degree Program Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Paul Remley,

Add to my favorites Svoboda Diary Project: A Journey Through the Ottoman Empire
Presenters
  • Sara Mahmoud (Sara) Hefny, Senior, Near Eastern Studies (Languages & Civilization)
  • Margaret Kathleen (Meg) Ainsley, Non-Matriculated,
  • Seunghae (Jane) Kim, Senior, Near Eastern Studies (Languages & Civilization)
Mentors
  • Walter Andrews,
  • Stacy Waters,

Add to my favorites The Role of Ruins: Urban Infiltration
Presenter
  • James (Jamie) North, Senior, Architectural Studies with Construction Management, Construction Management with Architectural Studies
Mentor
  • Louisa Iarocci, , University of Washington, Seattle

Add to my favorites “And Let Them be for Signs”: Intimations of Comparative Apotheosis and Apophasis, being a Contribution to the Study of Mysticism and its Aesthetic Effects
Presenters
  • R (Allen) Snider, Junior, Classics
  • William Malone, Junior, Comparative Religion
Mentors
  • Miceal Vaughan,
  • Christian Novetzke,