Session 1J

McNair Session - The State We're In: Bodies, Words, Prophesies and Power

12:30 PM to 2:15 PM | MGH 258 | Moderated by Sonnet Retman
Add to my favorites Black Men of Faith in Crisis: A Study on the Intersectional, Embodied Identity of Faith, Race, and Gender
Presenter
  • Jordan Elijah (Jordan) Desanto, Senior, Anthropology: Medical Anth & Global Hlth McNair Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentors
  • Rachel Chapman, Anthropology
  • Cynthia Simekha, Anthropology

Add to my favorites The 50 Year Commemoration of the Stokes Brothers: The Advent of Black Political Power in America
Presenter
  • Ma'Taya Hammond, Junior, Sociology, Cleveland State University McNair Scholar
Mentors
  • Ronnie Dunn, Urban Studies, Cleveland State University
  • Melanie Gagich, English, Cleveland State University

Add to my favorites It’s Just a Jump to the Right: The Tea Party’s Influence on Conservative Discourse
Presenter
  • Richard DeShay Elliott, Senior, American Studies, Political Science, Univ Md: Baltimore County McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Kathy Bryan, American Ethnic Studies, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Add to my favorites William Faulkner's Portrayal of Women
Presenter
  • Erika Lisardi, Senior, English, Bemidji State University McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Gary Rees, English, Bemidji State University

Add to my favorites Indigenismo, Education, and Indigenous Women in Post-Revolutionary Mexico
Presenter
  • Daisy Alexandra (Daisy) Jaime, Senior, Anthropology: Archaeological Sciences, History: Empire and Colonialism McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Vanessa Freije, Jackson School of International Studies

Add to my favorites John Locke's Two Treatises of Government and Indigenous Epistemology: How Classical Liberalism's Individualism Subverts the Indigenous Knowledge of Community
Presenter
  • Ried Gustafson, Senior, Political Science, Portland State University McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Albert Spencer, Philosophy, Portland State University

Add to my favorites Resettlement and Cultural Life History: Stories of Refugee Women in Portland, Oregon
Presenter
  • Chiara Nicastro, Senior, International Studies, Portland State University McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Kimberley Brown, International Studies, Portland State University

Add to my favorites Who We Are and How We Say It: A Philosophical Exploration of Transgender Identities and Pronouns
Presenter
  • Rory Wilson, Junior, Philosophy, Univ New Hampshire McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Charlotte Witt, Philosophy, Univ New Hampshire

Add to my favorites Spanish is NOT Arabic
Presenter
  • Lorena Cruz, Junior, International Affairs , Spanish, Univ New Hampshire McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • John Chaston, Languages, Literatures and Cultures