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Thursday, May 6, 2021 – Monday, May 10, 2021

Senior Thesis Presentations: Part 3

Performing Arts

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 third and final round of presentations will take place on Thursday, May 6, Friday, May 7, and Monday, May 5.


Thursday, May 6

11:00
Kaya Stein - #MeToo / NotYou: Questioning Hegemonic Representations of Sexual Violence Victims in the American Media Coverage of the #MeToo Movement

11:45
Mohamed Ali Nanah - Metamorphosis: Trauma and Becoming-Beast

14:00
Roman Steindler - Politics v. The Supreme Court of the United States: How and Why a Majority-Conservative Supreme Court Defended the Right to Gender Self-Determination

14:45
Mohamed Nafeh Kurdi - Refugees' Impact on the German Economy: An Analysis of the Integration Process in the Labor Market

16:15
Simon Plougholt Kastberg - Arctic Exceptionalism in a Shifting International Order

17:00
Charlene Batlle - Reading Plato's Republic in Cuba

17:45
Andrei Chiva - Corporate Superpowers: Foreign Policy in the Age of Big Tech


Friday, May 7

11:00
Angela Huang - Emotional Well-being of Migrant Care Workers: A Feminist Economic Analysis

11:45
Rebecca Singer - Rhetoric vs Policy in International Trade: the Case of the Trump Administration

12:30
Idil Morsallioglu - A Sudden Overview: Art and Everyday

13:15
Benetta Nayou - A Girl Like Me: The Unspoken Narratives of Former Liberian Refugee Women and Their Journeys From Exile

14:00
Mohamad Hesha Moadamani - Construction of the Syrian Collective Memory Before and After the 2011 Uprising

14:45
Adeeb Hadi - Arab Women Between Screen and Reality

15:30
Melanija Damjanovic - Reality Follows Fiction: How Serbian Film Perpetuates Gender Inequality

16:15
Beltran Arellnes - Neoliberal Capitalism as Conspiracy Theory Intensifier

17:00
Ethan Gutman - The Role of the Gunslinger in Liberal Democracy


Monday, May 10

12:00
Sam Zamrik - The Politics of a Rogue State: An Analysis of Assadist National Occupation

12:45
Elena Rahel Kyra Müller - Safeguards for Settlers? The Protective Efficacy of the World Bank’s Urban Infrastructure Projects between 2002 and 2019

Contact information:  events@berlin.bard.edu

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