Session 2A

Outbreak! Reimagining Death and Life, Disease and Health

3:30 PM to 5:00 PM | Moderated by Luke Bergmann
Add to my favorites Reconnecting Amid Crisis: Mourning in the Context of Ebola
Presenter
  • Mollie Holmberg, Senior, Biology (Ecology, Evolution & Conservation) Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Maria Elena Garcia, Comparative History of Ideas

Add to my favorites The Truth Beneath the Surface: Mining Narratives, Native Bodies, and the State in Peru
Presenter
  • Elizabeth (Lizzy) Jansen, Senior, Public Health-Global Health Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Maria Elena Garcia, Comparative History of Ideas
  • Matthew Sparke, Global Health, UCSC

Add to my favorites Injecting Racist Hysteria: How Media Coverage of the 2009 H1N1 (Swine Flu) Virus Raises Questions about Border Security, NAFTA, and Mexican Representation in U.S. Culture
Presenter
  • Vincent Pham, Senior, English Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Maria Elena Garcia, Comparative History of Ideas

Add to my favorites Obesity Outbreak! Exploring the Role of Narratives on the Obesity Epidemic in Samoans
Presenter
  • Vickie Satele, Junior, Anthropology Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Matthew Sparke, Geography, UCSC

Add to my favorites After Swine Flu: Exploring Xenophobic Sentiment in U.S. Immigration Policy
Presenter
  • Louie Tan (Louie) Vital, Junior, Political Science Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Maria Elena Garcia, Comparative History of Ideas

Add to my favorites "Born Dying:" Cultural Futures, Social Space, and the Reproductive Economy in Southern African AIDS Narratives
Presenter
  • Samuel Philip (Sam) Pizelo, Senior, English Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Eva Cherniavsky, English

Add to my favorites Clearing the Air: Examining Tobacco-Related Health Narratives and the Legitimacy of Smoke-Free College Campus Initiatives
Presenter
  • Meredith (Rosie) Morrow Okon, Senior, International Studies Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Luke Bergmann, Geography
  • Maria Elena Garcia, Comparative History of Ideas
  • Matthew Sparke, Global Health, UCSC
  • Celia Lowe, Anthropology