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Monday, May 3, 2021 – Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Senior Thesis Presentations: Part 2

You are cordially invited to attend this semester's online Senior Thesis Presentations, which will be taking place online from April 28 - May 10. The presentations are an essential step towards graduation for every senior and they are an established and cherished event in the BCB academic year. 

The second round of presentations will take place on Monday, May 3, Tuesday, May 4, and Wednesday, May 5.
 
Monday, May 3 
12:30
Oceanne Fry - Corrupted Credibility and Asylum in the Aegean: The 2020 International Protection Act, Mistrust, and EU Border Mismanagement
13:15
Schuyler Curriden - Eternal Paradox: W.E.B. Du Bois on the Problems of Democracy
14:00
Yuanfang Ding - Ideological Construction: The Emperor's New Clothes 
14:45
Karina Chada - 'Strong Female Lead': Exploring Television Representations of the Empowered Woman
15:30
Valentino La Villa - A Mad Quest Through Novelistic Space Toward a New Post-capitalist Subjectivity
16:15
Hannah Scharmer - Art as a Teacher of Resonance
17:00
River Tabor - In Reaching for God They Found the Gesamtkunstwerk: An Inquiry into Dante's Commedia and Strasbourg Cathedral
17:45
Claire Uicker - In on the Joke: Political Satire in 1960s-70s American Counterculture, Its Strategies and Legacy
18:30
Alva Guzzini - Dynamic Threesomes: Beholders facing problematic art(ists) in contemporary controversies
Tuesday, May 4
12:30
Sami Gerezghiher - China's Belt and Road Initiative: Between Debt-Trap Diplomacy and Cooperation
13:15
Roxanne Drewry - Breaking Bread Together: Food and Community in Moments of Crisis
14:00
Tinca Joyner - Creating Justice: Testimony as Response to Sexual Violence in the DRC
14:30
Amy Clare Murthy-Putnam - Tactics of Displacement: The Making of Government Center in Postwar Boston
14:45
Solveig Vanniez -  Decolonizing the North: Colonialism in Sápmi, Norway, and the survival of the yoik
16:15
Alexandra Huff - “It is not for fun”: Salvation and the Sartorial in Jane Bowles’ Two Serious Ladies
17:45
Lucari Jordan - Developmental Effects of Major Hydroelectric Infrastructure on Cross Border Fluvial Communities
Wednesday, May 5
14:00
Ryan Miller - Snow: Lutz Bacher's Dispersal of Subjecthood and Authorship
14:45
Hyuna Choe - The Tragedy in Oldboy
15:30
Jessie Kao - Till Death Do us Part: The Arnolfini Portrait in Relation to Faith, Innocence, and Time
16:15
Caleb Smith - Enlightenment: Objectivity in Crisis
17:00
Anna Winslow - Polyvocality and the Cyborg Choir: From Bodily Mutilation to Bionic Extension
17:45
Frances Witherspoon -  Changing Shape: The implications of Western Beauty Ideals on Body Image, Body Dissatisfaction and Instagram.
18:15
Mary Grace Campbell -  Performing Collectivity: The Case of Grand Union


Contact information:  events@berlin.bard.edu

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