Session O-2A

Movement, Memory, and Matter

3:45 PM to 5:15 PM | MGH 228 | Moderated by Phillip Thurtle
Add to my favorites Memory Made Material: Unearthing the Histories of Monumental Matter
Presenter
  • Em Chan, Senior, Art History Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Lydia Heberling, Comparative History of Ideas, University of Washington, Seattle
  • Maria Elena Garcia, Comparative History of Ideas
  • José Antonio Lucero, Comparative History of Ideas, Jackson School of International Studies
  • Adam Warren, History

Add to my favorites "The Orient is a Delicate Matter:" The Failure to Sovietize Non-Slavic Peoples in Film
Presenter
  • Joshua Swynenburg, Senior, Russian Language, Literature, & Culture, International Studies
Mentor
  • Sasha Senderovich, Slavic Languages & Literatures

Add to my favorites Public Works in Progress: The Winter's Tale Adaptation as Utopian Process in the Context of COVID-19
Presenter
  • Sophia L. Carey, Senior, English, Comparative History of Ideas Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Scott Magelssen, Drama

Add to my favorites The Flow of Life in Winslow Homer's Late Marines
Presenter
  • Alexander William Betz, Senior, Art History, Biochemistry UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Juliet Sperling, Art History, School of Art + Art History + Design

Add to my favorites Neuroscience of Emotion and Movement
Presenter
  • Haley Rundorff, Senior, Biology (Physiology), Dance UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Hannah Wiley, Dance

Add to my favorites More Than Stella and Georgia: Recognizing and Celebrating Women's Contributions to Lindy Hop
Presenter
  • Kristin Henning Vega, Senior, Biology (General)
Mentors
  • Juliet McMains, Dance
  • Ben White, Dance, Syncopation Foundation