Session 2A

Power Made Visible: Image, Identity, Narrative Activism

3:30 PM to 5:15 PM | MGH 171 | Moderated by Julie Villegas
Add to my favorites Embodying the Image: An Exploration of Identity, Intimacy, and Authenticity on Instagram
Presenter
  • Vivian Demi (Vivian) Lu, Senior, Mathematics, Comparative History of Ideas Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Stephen Groening, Comparative Literature

Add to my favorites Seeing Red: Maoist Rumors, Hidden Transcripts, and the End of the 2014 Everest Climbing Season
Presenter
  • Ian D Bellows, Senior, International Studies UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Maya Magarati, Social Work, Sociology

Add to my favorites Considering Animal Rights Activism
Presenter
  • Jack Hansen (Jack) Mc Bride, Senior, Anthropology: Human Evolutionary Biology UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Radhika Govindrajan, Anthropology

Add to my favorites Race, Colonialism, and Identity in 20th Century Caribbean Literature
Presenter
  • Rebecca Gross, Junior, English UW Honors Program
Mentors
  • Louis Chude-Sokei, English
  • Charles LaPorte, English

Add to my favorites Asian American Reflections on Mass Media Representation    
Presenter
  • Brooke Byun, Senior, Biochemistry, Communication UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Carmen Gonzalez, Communication

Add to my favorites Impact of Video Exposure to Fatal Police Violence on Black Males
Presenter
  • Havana Jane (Havana) Mc Elvaine, Senior, Sociology Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentors
  • Hedwig Lee, Sociology
  • Ralina Joseph, Communication
  • Brian Sargent, Sociology

Add to my favorites Graffiti of Innocence in the Syrian Refugee Crisis: Use of Children to Manufacture an Alternative Image
Presenter
  • Hannah Lehman, Senior, Art History, Politics and Government, University of Puget Sound
Mentors
  • Kriszta Kotsis, Art History, University of Puget Sound
  • Patrick O'Neil, Political Science, University of Puget Sound