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The Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities
The 2005 Institute
Becoming Strangers: Travel, Trust, and Collaboration
June 21st - August 11th, 2005
2005 Symposium - August 11th, 2005, Mary Gates Hall 271
A celebration of undergraduate research and creative scholarly work in the arts and humanities!
The symposium was the culminating event of the Fourth Annual Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities. Nineteen students from various disciplines and four faculty from the departments of the Photography, English and Comparative History of Ideas worked together since June 2005 on research projects centered on the theme of travel, trust and collaboration.
Each of the nineteen students formally presented their research and engaged in discussion with their peers and other faculty.Presentation Schedule
10:45 - 11:00 am - Light Refreshments Served
11:00 am - Welcome by Acting Dean and Vice-Provost Christine Ingebritsen, Undergraduate Academic Affairs
11:05 - 11:15 am - Adam Satushek, Photography, "68°S, 144°E at 47°N, 122°W"
11:20 - 11:30 am - Alicia Lazzarini, English and Women Studies, "Intimate Strangers"
11:35 - 11:45 am - (Eunsong) Angela Kim, English and Comparative History of Ideas, "Entries"
11:50 am - 12:00 pm - Christine Shannon, Social Science , "Doppler"
12:05 - 12:15 pm - Derrick Jefferies, Photography, "The Banal through the Photographic Eye"
12:20 - 12:40 pm - Lunch Break
12:40 - 12:50 pm - Erin Corrales-Diaz, Art History, "Hermaphroditism and Intersexuality"
12:55 - 1:05 pm - Holly Johnson, Comparative History of Ideas, "Tall Trees: A Short Story Exploring Issues of Hope in the Capricious Modern World"
1:10 - 1:20 pm - Jennifer K. Stuller, Comparative History of Ideas, "Singing the Body Imaginative: The Elemental Flesh in Alan Moore's Promethea "
1:25 - 1:35 pm - Kara Dunn, English, "Alternative Landscapes: Traditions in Cartography and Native Land Perception in North America"
1:40 - 1:50 pm - Kelly Hills, Comparative History of Ideas, "Trust"
1:55 - 2:00 pm - Break
2:00 - 2:10 pm - Kent Straub-Jones, Landscape Architecture, "Seattle 4x7=24: Video-Geographical Humument"
2:15 - 2:25 pm - Kurt Delaney, Comparative History of Ideas and Anthropology (minor), "Trickster Hermeneutics: Tactics For Travelers"
2:30 - 2:40 pm - Koreen McCloud, Social Welfare, "Calypso: Chronicling Afro-Caribbean Culture from Engagement to Emergence"
2:45 - 2:55 pm - Linda Crane, Comparative History of Ideas, "Guffaw"
2:55 - 3:00 pm - Break
3:00 - 3:10 pm - Maggie Bardacke, English, "Film History Remixed: DJ Spooky's 'Rebirth of a Nation'"
3:15 - 3:25 pm - Megan Black, International Studies, "Abortion: Betrayal, Memory, and the Exploration of Writing"
3:30 - 3:40 pm - Quinn Rotchford, Philosophy, "Sport: Embodied Play"
3:45 - 3:55 pm - Sean Day, English and Comparative History of Ideas, "Sea Homes: the Embodiment of a Pre-Thing"
4:00 - 4:10 pm - Steven Araujo, Comparative History of Ideas, "Layered Memory: A Travel Story"
4:15 - 4:30 pm - Closing Remarks, Summer Institute Faculty
4:30 - 5:00 pm - Exhibition of student art at Sand Point Art Gallery
5:00 pm - Closing Reception for Summer Institute Participants, Faculty and Staff, Sand Point Art Gallery