Found 8 projects

Oral Presentation 2

3:45 PM to 5:15 PM

Add to my favorites Queering the Discourse: The Importance of Intersectional Identities and Artivismo in Social Movements
Presenter
  • Alejandra Olivos, Junior, Comparative History of Ideas, American Ethnic Studies Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky, American Ethnic Studies, Law, Societies, and Justice
Session

Add to my favorites Triquis from San Juan Copala: Identities Around Conflict
Presenter
  • Michelle Carrizosa, Senior, International Studies
Mentors
  • Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky, American Ethnic Studies, Law, Societies, and Justice
  • Raj Chetty, English
Session

Add to my favorites Brown Eyes, Blue Eyes: The Integrated Audience's Gaze on Black Performance
Presenter
  • Alexander (Alex) Catchings, Senior, English EIP Scholar, Mary Gates Scholar, McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Sonnet Retman, American Ethnic Studies
Session

Add to my favorites "Black Folks Passing for Black Folks": The Black Middle Class, Hip Hop, and "Black Authenticity" in the 21st Century
Presenter
  • Janelle White, Senior, History, American Ethnic Studies EIP Scholar, Mary Gates Scholar, Presidential Scholar, McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Sonnet Retman, American Ethnic Studies
Session

Add to my favorites Women as Warriors; A Transnational and Gendered Perspective on the Mind, Body and Soul of Lucha Libre
Presenter
  • Elke Hautala, Senior, Comparative History of Ideas Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky, American Ethnic Studies, Law, Societies, and Justice
  • Naraelle Hohensee, Comparative History of Ideas
  • Adam Warren, History
Session

Add to my favorites The Power of Discourse: Politics and Construction of the DSM
Presenter
  • Anne Wolken, Senior, Psychology, Anthropology: Medical Anth & Global Hlth Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky, American Ethnic Studies, Law, Societies, and Justice
  • Antonio Lucero, Jackson School of International Studies
Session

Poster Presentation 3

2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Add to my favorites How Gender Shapes the Migratory Experiences of Mexicans in Eastern Washington
Presenter
  • Henedina Tavares, Senior, American Ethnic Studies McNair Scholar, Zesbaugh Scholar
Mentor
  • Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky, American Ethnic Studies, Law, Societies, and Justice
Session

Add to my favorites Why the United States Cannot Let Go of Food Deserts: A Look into the Discriminatory Rhetoric and Approaches to Food Insecurity
Presenter
  • Alicia Moreno, Senior, Social Welfare Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky, American Ethnic Studies, Law, Societies, and Justice
Session