3rd Annual CSSH Undergraduate Research Forum
Come hear and discuss the original research of undergraduate scholars in the social sciences and humanities.
Panels will include:
Ongoing Legacies of Discrimination and Ideological Conflict
Sean Keith (History)
"Striving for a Third Way: Challenging the Dominant, Cold War-influenced Historiography on the Chinese Left"
Hannah Sattler (Sociology)
"Contemporary Anti-Semitic Hate: A Comparative Study"
Gabrielle Ulubay (History)
"More than Simply Troubling: British Colonialism and Northern Ireland"
Institutional Responses to Social Problems
Isabella Carlsson (Philosophy and Economics)
"Risk: Not a Consequence"
Nicholas Napolio (Political Science)
"Administrative Action again Sexual Orientation Discrimination: A Study of the EEOC"
Alyssa Rubin (International Affairs)
"The Cold War on Campus: Investigating Israeli-Palestinian Activism on College Campuses"
Migrating Cultures Across Time and Space
Caroline Cervera (International Affairs)
"Barbarians at the Gates: The Appropriation of Classical Culture in Contemporary Nativist Movements of the United States and Greece"
Sneha Pandya (English)
"Second-Generation South Asian American Identity Formation in Undergraduate Collegiate Spaces"
David Reedy (Environmental Studies and History)
"The Natural Connection: Norse Society and the Environment in Medieval Scandinavia and the North Atlantic"
Tuesday, March 21 at 2:00pm to 5:30pm
1135 Tremont Street