Communitas '13: Oral Presentation Schedule
Thursday, 18 April 2013
O'Keefe Commons, O'Hare Hall
10 - 11 a.m. "What Happened to the Archive? Shifting Paradigms in the Humanities"
Moderator: Louie Dean Valencia (History)
Daniel Benjamin (Psychology), "Advice from Experience: The Biases of Communicating Incomplete Information"
Sarah Brunstad (English) "Showing this Uppity Feminist Who’s Boss"
Sarah Cornish (English), "Archiving Berlin: Memoir, Urbicide, Community"
Kirk Quinsland (English) "Site-Specificity in Early Modern English Theater"
11 a.m. - 12 p.m. "Performing / Questioning Identity / Nation"
Moderator: Richard Hresko (History)
Li Yun Alvarado (English), "Performing Resistance and Resistance as Performance in Alina Troyano’s Work"
Christi Spain-Savage (English), "'Tents of the Unclean': Smithfield Pig Women in Early Modern London"
Johnathan Pettinato (History), "Edmund Burke and the Irish Other in Eighteenth-Century Britain"
12 -1 p.m. "Catholic Encounters: Past, Present, and Future"
Moderator: Jonathan Stanfill
Matthew Briel (Theology), "Theology of Providence in Gennadios Scholarios"
Jennifer Illig (Theology), "Marks in the Margins: The Afterlife of the Manuscripts of English Wycliffite Sermons"
Catherine Osborne (Theology), "A Tent in the Desert"
Krista Stevens (Theology), "Lessons from the South: Historical and Theological Contributions to a U.S. Catholic Ethics and Praxis of Racial Solidarity"
1 - 2 p.m. "Modernist Disruptions"
Moderator: Elizabeth Cornell
Peter Murray (English), "(Pre)occupied Boys in Saki's When William Came"
Kate Nash (English), "'To see, however, is not to look': Taste in Elizabeth Bowen's The Heat of the Day"
Daniel Olson-Bang (English), "James Joyce's Tiberiast Duplex and the Negotiation of Myth"
Christy Pottroff (English), “Breaking open the post-office:” Public Access to Private Knowledge in Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Dred
2- 3 p.m.
Moderator: Evelyn Fetridge
Andrea Aplasca (Biological Sciences), "Conservation and Genetics of the Endangered Allen Cays Rock Iguana (Cyclura cychlura inornata)"
Stephanie Dowell (Biological Sciences), "Monitoring Monitors: Genetic Structure of the Highly Exploited Nile monitor, Varanus niloticus"
Catharina Grubaugh (Biological Sciences), "Periphyton Protein Content in Aquatic Ecosystems with Different Nitrogen Availabilities"
3 - 4 p.m. "Knowledge, Memory, and Cognition: Psychological and Literary Implications"
Moderator: Sarah Kamens
Xingming Hu (Philosophy), "The Value of Cognitive Success"
Brian Pilecki (Psychology), "The Role of Memory Modification in the Treatment of Childhood Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder"
Boyda Johnstone (English), "Revolutionary Dreaming in Late Medieval Literature"
Kilby Sanchez (Computer and Information Science), "Comparative Study of Joint Decision-Making on Two Visual Cognition Systems Using Combinatorial Fusion"
Last updated April 11, 2013