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The Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities

The 2004 Institute

Trauma, Time, and Memory

June 21st - August 20th, 2004

Overview | Faculty | Students | Schedule | Symposium

2004 Symposium - August 19th, Mary Gates Hall 389

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Photo by Derrick Jefferies, 2005 Summer Institute

A celebration of undergraduate research and creative scholarly work in the arts and humanities!

Presentation Schedule

10:45 – 11:00 am - Light Refreshments Served

11:00 am – Welcome by Dean George S. Bridges, Undergraduate Academic Affairs
Opening Remarks, Professor Kari Tupper and Professor Claudia X. Valdes

11:05 – 11:15 am - Michael Kindt Dalzen, English & Philosophy, “Trauma-Concept/Self-Concept: Empathy, Autonomy, Binaries, and the Singularity”

11: 20 – 11:30 am - Sarah Maria Perez, Comparative History of Ideas, “Searching for Petites Madeleines: The Unfolding of Intergenerational Memory”

11:35 – 11:45 am - Merrily Vincent, Business & Human Rights, UW Bothell, "Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: An Overview"

11: 50 am – 12:00 pm - Stephen Ankenbauer, English, “Blogging Trauma: Overcoming Violence with New Media Technologies” -- http://after_hours.typepad.com/weblogging_trauma/

12:05 – 12:15 pm – Tiama Hanson-Drury, Communication, “Artful Living”

12:20 – 12:40 pm – Lunch Break

12:40 – 12:50 pm - Maureen Trantham, Communication & English. “Painting the Scar: Art as a Method of Completing Children's Narratives of Collective Trauma”

12:55 – 1:05 pm – Alan Strathmann, Comparative History of Ideas & DXARTS, “From: Chloe To: Paige”

1:10 – 1:20 pm - DeAnn Thompson, German Cultural Studies & Women Studies, “A Young Woman: A Fictional Attempt to Investigate One Person's Trauma and Life”

1:25 – 1:35 pm – Vincent Rene Gonzalez, International Studies & Comparative History of Ideas, “A Genealogy of the Border: Chicana/o 'identity,' memory and hybridity”

1:40 – 1:50 pm – Sarah Sarchin, Community and Environmental Planning & Interdisciplinary Visual Arts, “That Could Have Been Me; Exposing the Vulnerability of Cars and the Constructs that Make them Feel Safe”

1:55 – 2:00 pm – Break

2:00 – 2:10 pm - Joan Swearingen, Art: Photography, “Immersion [Emission]”

2:15 – 2:25 pm - Susan Heller, Comparative History of Ideas & Comparative Religion, “Walk On': A two act play exploring memory, regret, and redemption”

2:30 – 2:40 pm – Kanna Hudson, Comparative History of Ideas, “The White Night: A True Story about the Violence of Language”

2:45 – 2:55 pm – Justin Chew, Psychology & Sociology, “The Duality of Trauma: Particularity and Universality, as Evidenced in the Japanese Occupation of Singapore”

2:55 – 3:00 pm - Break

3:00 – 3:10 pm – Steven Myers, Comparative History of Ideas, "The Forgiven"

3:15 – 3:25 pm – Riain Callahan, Art: Photography, “Traces of Him: an investigation into photography, loss, and memory”

3:30 – 3:45 pm – Katy Kelly, Comparative History of Ideas, “Trauma Series”

3:40 – 3:45 pm – Jeff Resta, Comparative Literature & Romance Linguistics, “Angel Hands: a play about Trauma, Time, and Memory”

3:50 – 4:00 pm – Closing Remarks, Professor Phillip Thurtle Professor Kathleen Woodward, Director, Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities

4:00 – 4:45 pm – Symposium participants and guests are invited to an exhibition of student art at Odegaard Library Room 220. Formal art installation available for viewing throughout the day.

5:00 pm – Closing - Reception for Summer Institute Participants, Faculty and Staff, Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities

Special Note: On Monday, August 23rd, Jeff Resta will perform a staged reading of his complete play at the Ethnic Cultural Theatre. Doors open at 6:30 pm. All are invited to attend.

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