Session 1M

Critical Considerations of Technology and Media

1:15 PM to 2:45 PM | Moderated by Ellen Moore
Add to my favorites 'If the Shoe Fits'—The Evolution of the Cinderella Fairy Tale from Literature to Television: A Textual Analysis using Propp's "Functions" and Semiotic Theory
Presenter
  • Margaret Lundberg, Senior, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Arts, Media & Culture), UW Tacoma
Mentor
  • Divya McMillin, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Tacoma Campus)

Add to my favorites The Subversion of Free Play: A Study of the Impacts of Parental Philosophies and Socioeconomic Factors on Television Usage of Children
Presenter
  • Kylie Rebecca Lanthorn, Senior, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Arts, Media & Culture), UW Tacoma
Mentor
  • Ellen Moore, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Tacoma Campus)

Add to my favorites Writing Deathwatch: Exploring the Romantic Gothic Genre Through Intertextuality
Presenter
  • Ariana Scott-Zechlin, Senior, Creative Writing, University of Puget Sound
Mentor
  • Priti Joshi, English, University of Puget Sound

Add to my favorites Translating Korean Children's Literature: Balancing Act betweeen Linguistic Structures, Cultural Message, and Theoretical Stands
Presenter
  • Farah Hushin, Senior, International Studies: Asia, Korean
Mentor
  • Soohee Kim, Asian Languages & Literature

Add to my favorites Eating Disorders in Southern Italy: Transgenerational Trauma and The Cultural Vocabulary of Consumption
Presenter
  • Genevieve Elizabeth (Gennie) Gebhart, Senior, International Studies, Economics Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Deborah Porter, Jackson School of International Studies
  • Sasha Welland, Anthropology, Gender, Women, & Sexuality Studies