Gallatin Graduate Student Research Conference & Thesis Showcase
The Gallatin Graduate Student Research Conference is a forum for advanced MA students to present their work to the Gallatin community. This conference is designed primarily for students in the final stages of completing research or project theses, but students at all stages of the program are welcome to submit proposals to present. Presenters discuss the findings of their research and reflect on their scholarly methods. Students in the program may also participate in organizing the conference.
The Thesis Showcase features presentations and performances by graduate students completing artistic theses. Students who are interested in performing in the showcase work with the Artistic Director in advance of the event. Past performances have included dance and movement pieces, music, readings from novels and plays, screenings of films and documentaries, and more.
Spring 2016: Conference & Showcase schedule
1:30pm: Raw Forum for students in MA Thesis I
3pm: Panel I Ira Briones: Data and Marginalized Populations in Urban Areas Ana G. Sabancevaite: Open but not Inclusive: Power, Resistance, and Participation Andrea Gordillo: moderator
4pm: Panel II Raechel Bosch: Town by the Water (film) Tammy Kremer: Love Letters to Zionists (audio) Kareem Collie: Media, Fidelity, and the 44th President (images) Rowan Spencer: moderator
6pm: Jamila Humphrie and Emily Schorr Lesnick present How We G.L.O.W.