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School of Critical Social Inquiry Division III Presentations

Thursday, May 8
FPH Faculty Lounge

10:00 - 10:50 a.m.

Elizabeth Mayes
Reproductive Options in Shi'a Islam: Case Studies of Iran and Lebanon

Samantha Valente
Rethinking the "Doldrum Years:" The Fight for Gender Reform Through the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (VE), 1940-1955

Alex Gorzewski
Solidarity, Socialism, and Schock Therapy in Poland

Colby Colodner
Navigating Loss in the Public Eye: Narratives of 9/11 Families

Yilong Luo
The "Mainland Babies" Phenomenon and Shifting Politics of Hong Kong Identity after 1997

11:00 - 11:40 a.m.

Mia DiOrio
Ethnic Studies and Immigration: Conservative Politics and the Banning of Mexican-American Studies in Tucson, Arizona

Audrey Turner
New Literacies: Youth Identity Performance and Embodiment in Online Spaces

Twyla Mount
Educating at the Grassroots - Contested Histories of Red, Black, and Brown Movement Schooling

Jennifer Su
Sex Selection, Son Preference, and PRENDA: Confronting Sex Selective Practices, Race- and Sex-Selective Abortion Bans, and Strengthening the Transnational Feminist Movement (working title?)

Janes, Finley

12:00 - 12:50 p.m.

David Meehan-Romero
The Corporation and Intra-Urban Transit: An Ethnographic Case Study of Citi Bike

Adam Quinn
Green Mountains, Black Flags: Italian American Anarchism in Vermont, 1880-1945

Mika Hernandez
Growing Resistance: Voices from the Movement for Food Justice in Oakland

Arslan Maradi
The Role of Natural Resources in Contemporary Civil Wars (Case Study)

Jenna Bitar
Palestinian visibility: prison artwork as a combatant to israel's policy of erasure

1:00 - 1:50 p.m.

Sarah K. Brewer
"Feed Your Faith" Disease and Spiritual Healing in Overeaters Anonymous

Lucia Sekoff
The Patient at the Center: Origins and Impacts of Family Medicine

Siena Dryden
Break Open the Silence: Health & Healing in the Narratives of Relationship Violence Survivors

Elexy Wise
Breaking Break: Community Cohesion, Shifting Food-ways, and the Socio-Cultural Effects of a Tourism Economy in Horry County, South Carolina

Lizzie Michael
Searching for Middle Easterness: A Personal History

2:00 - 2:50 p.m.

Jessa Orluk
No Pictures, Please: Placing Ag-Gag and the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act within the Green Scare

Subhanu Khanal
Water Politics between Nepal & India

Noga Heyman
"Co-Option and Coalitions: A Critical Examination of the Keystone XL Pipeline Resistance"

Sola Stamm
Global Systems of Maternal Health: Global Health Policy and the Management of Labour in Dakar

Eric Marshal
Unsettled: Relocating after Hurricane Katrina

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