Session 2A

Strength and Identity: Challenging Dominant Narratives

3:30 PM to 5:15 PM | Moderated by Holly Barker
Add to my favorites Heritage Language Retention among 1.5 Generation Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union  
Presenter
  • Razaliya Ilgizovna (Rose) Gabidullina, Senior, Anthropology: Human Evolutionary Biology Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Laada Bilaniuk, Anthropology

Add to my favorites The Effect of Rituals on Interethnic Relation
Presenter
  • Ramin Jabbarli, Senior, Sociology UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Edgar Kiser, Sociology

Add to my favorites Voices of Oceania: The Living Cultures that Inspired Moana
Presenter
  • Natalie Reese (Kamaka'ike) Bruecher, Junior, Public Health-Global Health, Anthropology: Medical Anth & Global Hlth
Mentor
  • Holly Barker, Anthropology

Add to my favorites Music as Resistance: How Filipinx Americans Navigate Their Diasporic Identity, Heal Historical Trauma, and Find a Way Home
Presenter
  • Allison Caitlin Masangkay, Senior, Business Administration (Information Systems), Anthropology UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Rachel Chapman, Anthropology

Add to my favorites Synchronous Jamming: Nonverbal Musical Communication and a Sense of Wholeness Within Oneself
Presenter
  • Jarrod Antonio Stout, Senior, Communication UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • David Domke, Communication

Add to my favorites How Do Asian Americans Reclaim Their Identity from Controlling Ideologies through Hip Hop? 
Presenter
  • Bianca Recuenco, Senior, Communication UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Ralina Joseph, Communication