Critical & Visual Studies B.A. Program 2015 Senior Thesis Reading

10:23 AM

The Department of Social Science & Cultural Studies presents
 
The Critical & Visual Studies B.A. Program
2015 Senior Thesis Reading






Wednesday, April 22, 2015 5-7:00pm 
 
Steuben MFA Gallery Pratt Institute
 
Reception to follow.
All events are free and open to the public. 









Come enjoy the insightful and fascinating work of our graduating Seniors: 

Xavier Izquierdo
‘Learning from the Kibbutz: A Semiological Approach to Urbanism and Ambiguity’

Candice Chantalou
‘The People’s Media: A Look at Twitter as a Space for Social Discourse and Activism’

Helen Hawaz
‘From Stereotypes to Characters: The Function of Relativism in Film’

Lucinda Warchol 

The Age of the Citizen Historian in Post-War Bosnia’

Lydia L. Chebbine

‘Islamist Fascism: Pathology of Modern Developmental History’


Jesse Newman

‘Somatic Presence and Gnostic Poetics in Antonin Artaud’s Body of Work’


Sophie Frost
‘The Imposition of Gender on the Body in David Cronenberg’s The Brood  and Existenz: A Reaction to Women’s Reproductive Rights’






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ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
 

For more information about our B. A. major, please visit
http://www.pratt.edu/academics/liberal_arts_and_sciences/critical_visual_studies/

Pratt Institute Admissions
http://www.pratt.edu/admissions/

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