The MA Research and Writing (RAW) Forum gives Gallatin MA students the opportunity to share their research and ideas with students, faculty, and staff, and to make connections in an intellectually engaged and supportive environment.
MA students presenting include Chengmin Dan, Kaitlin Davis, Nola Dolan, Gavi Loewenstein, Dylan Moure Torres, Zilu Pan, Assia Turquier-Zaubman, and Namirah Zihniah.
Please note: This event is open to MA Program students, undergraduate students, faculty, and staff.
Panel One: 10:00 am -10:50 am
The Role of Folklore in Education
Still I Will Love: The Public Theater's Public Works
Indonesian and Southeast Asian Representation in Global Film
Ethics of amphiboly: apophatic optics and documentary fiction
Faculty Commenters: Hannah Gurman and Gwynneth Malin
Panel Two: 11:00 am - 11:50 am
Emotion in Tranquility: Empathy & Visual Storytelling Through Multimedia
Fact, Fiction, and Some Other Third Thing: The Significance of Storytelling
The Cyborg from a posthuman perspective： Past/Present/Future
The Evolution of Film Distribution and Impacts from COVID-19
Faculty Commenters: Greg Erickson and Keith Miller
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