Session 2K

McNair Session - Critical Perspectives in Knowledge Making: Indigeneity, Race, Gender and Community

3:30 PM to 5:15 PM | Moderated by Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky
Add to my favorites "All of this Belongs to Us": Land, Horses, and Indigenous Resistance on the Yakama Indian Reservation, 1900-1950  
Presenter
  • Jennifer Smith, Senior, History, Comparative History of Ideas Mary Gates Scholar, Presidential Scholar, McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Maria Elena Garcia, Comparative History of Ideas

Add to my favorites Developing Community-Based Monitoring Programs for Endangered Archaeology
Presenter
  • Alyssa Kudray, Senior, Anthropology, Portland State University McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Shelby Anderson, Anthropology, Portland State University

Add to my favorites The Impact of American Raspberry Farms on a Small, Marginalized Indigenous Community
Presenter
  • Lucila Cornejo, Junior, Environmental Studies, Heritage College McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Winona Wynn, Humanities, Native American and Indigenous Studies, Heritage University

Add to my favorites Gender, Networking, and Transnationalism: A Case Study from Dakar, Senegal
Presenter
  • Sarah Akin, Senior, International Development, French Language and Literature, Portland State University McNair Scholar
Mentors
  • Priya Kapoor, International Studies, Portland State University
  • Mandy Elder, Social Work, Portland State University

Add to my favorites An Estranged Condition: Health as a Determinant for Self-Perception and Social Membership of Urban Black Populations on the Zambian Copperbelt, 1896–1964
Presenter
  • Jessica Gaudette-Reed, Junior, History, African Studies Certificate, Portland State University McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Jennifer Tappan, History, Portland State University

Add to my favorites Synchronizing Past and Presence: Rhythmanalysis, Connections to Culture, Identity, and History
Presenter
  • Yesenia Navarrete Hunter, Senior, Interdisciplinary-Social Policy and Cultural Studies, Heritage College McNair Scholar
Mentors
  • Blake Slonecker, History, Heritage University
  • Wynona Wynn, Humanities, Native American and Indigenous Studies, Heritage University

Add to my favorites Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.: The Vanishing Point of Two Black Streams of Consciousness
Presenter
  • Diamante Jamison, Senior, History, Ethnic Studies, Univ Of Oregon: Eugene McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Michael Hames-Garcia, Philosophy, University of Oregon