Session 1P

McNair Session - Difference, Power, and Identity in the Making of Communities

12:30 PM to 2:15 PM | Moderated by Janelle Taylor
Add to my favorites Drawing the Line: An Exploration into the Complex and Contradictory Relationships between Humans and Other Primates
Presenter
  • Amanda Daniela (Amanda) Cortez, Senior, Anthropology EIP Scholar, Mary Gates Scholar, Presidential Scholar, McNair Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Devon Pena, Anthropology

Add to my favorites Reconstructing Activity Patterns at Epidamnus, Albania: Impacts of Greek and Roman Colonization
Presenter
  • Jennifer Wright, Senior, Anthropology, University of Northern Colorado McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Britney McIlvaine, Anthropology, University of Northern Colorado

Add to my favorites Stylistic Variations of La Refugiana within the Nineteenth-Century Mexican Retablo Tradition
Presenter
  • Jillian Martin, Senior, Art History, Portland State University McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Carmen Ripolles, Art History, Portland State University

Add to my favorites The Imperial Agenda and Oil Concessions Concerning the Iraqi Railways: From Baghdad to Kirkuk, 1920-1929
Presenter
  • Melinda (Mindy) Cohoon, Senior, History, Urban Honors Program, Portland State University McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Laura Robson, History, Portland State University

Add to my favorites Echao pa'delante: Examining the Struggles of the Young Lords and Black Panther Parties
Presenter
  • Jessica Gonzalez-Nissen, Senior, History, International Studies: Latin America Mary Gates Scholar, McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Terry Anne Scott, American Ethnic Studies

Add to my favorites Re-Imagining Identities: Racial and Ethnic Discourses within Seattle's Habesha Community
Presenter
  • Azeb Madebo, Senior, Communication, Anthropology Mary Gates Scholar, McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Ralina Joseph, Communication