Critical & Visual Studies B.A. Program 2014 Senior Thesis Reading

10:50 PM

The Department of Social Science & Cultural Studies presents
 
The Critical & Visual Studies B.A. Program
2014 Senior Thesis Reading





5-6:30pm 
Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Dekalb Gallery 
First Floor, Dekalb Hall
Pratt Institute

 Reception to follow.
All events are free and open to the public.






Grace Myers
Indo-Chic: Consuming India in America

Michael Cote
Heart of Broken Glass: The Aura of Debbie Harry

David P. Steine
Multitude and Identity:A brief analysis of the Autonomist Multitude concept through selected works of Paolo Virno, Franco Berardi, Ernst Jünger, and Alain de Benoist

Chelsea Lorraine Proctor
Re-Imagined South Korean History: Women, Dramas, and the Emerging Digital Discourses of National Identity
 
Angelica Maldonado
Victim or Survivor: Social Construction of Race and Disaster in the Aftermath of Katrina and Sandy.

Alexandra Montane
Post-Revolutionary Cuba through the Lens of the New Cuban Art

Giovanna Querci
Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, and Miley Cyrus: Investigating the Potential for Radical Feminist Pop Stars

Fernando Ortiz

Quisqueya Verde: Sustainable Development and the Dominican Republic

Robert C. Hoffman
Towards a Normative Conception of Depressive Symptomatology

Minna Son
Taike: Hybrid Cultural Identity as Continued Resistance to Colonial Power

Sarah Gordon
Looking at Food Inequity in Bedford Stuyvesant; An Asset Based Community Development Approach

Samantha Maldonado

Creation and Becoming: Toward the Affirmative in the Photography of Francesca Woodman


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ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
 

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