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2020
Tuesday, April 28th
12:00 AM

A Critical History of Preservation: A Study of Preservation Practices and Evolutions

Garrett Channell, Roanoke College

12:00 AM

A Dream Fulfilled By Some: Social Injustices Accompanying InVitro Fertilization

Briana Hocker, Alvernia University

12:00 AM

"A Great Disturbance in My Inner Man": The Impossibility of National Unity in Robert Montgomery Bird's Sheppard Lee

Megan Swartzfager, University of Mississippi

12:00 AM

A Rendezvous with Revolution: The Transformative Impact of Contemporary Female Singers in Egypt

Summer El-Shahawy, University of Arkansas

12:00 AM

A River for Specific Fish: An Intersectional Analysis of Race and Class on Sense of Belonging in Princeton Upperclassmen

Peyton Cunningham, Princeton University

12:00 AM

Adam and the Fall: One that Loved not Wisely, but too Well

John Murphy, DePaul University

12:00 AM

Against Explanatory Condemnation: Existentialistic Ethics in the Modern Divided Climate

Tyler Chang, Rutgers University - New Brunswick

12:00 AM

Alcohol in Asia: How Grain Cultivation Lead to the Asian Glow

Taylor Nixon, Randolph-Macon College

12:00 AM

Assassin in the Crescent City: The Untold Story of John Wilkes Booth on his only visit to New Orleans in the Spring of 1864

Alex Christian Lucas, Loyola University New Orleans

12:00 AM

Black Sanity: Understanding Mental Health Diagnoses Post-Emancipation

Victoria Robertson, Dillard University

12:00 AM

Borrowing Time: The Classical Tradition in the Poetic Theories of T.S. Eliot and Ezra Pound

Nicholas Odom, University of Central Florida

12:00 AM

Cognitive Reappraisal and Subjective Well-being: A Correlational Analysis

Janan Mostajabi, University of California, Berkeley

12:00 AM

Creativity and Collaboration: The Relationship of Fact and Fiction in Personal Writing

Rachel Casey, University of Central Florida

12:00 AM

"Don't Stop Believin": Byronic Morality and Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials

Adeline M. Macioce, University of Pittsburgh - Oakland

12:00 AM

Educational Inequalities: The Teacher Perspective

McKenzie Mann-Wood, Santa Clara University

12:00 AM

English Language Learners at the University of Illinois at Chicago Writing Center

Susan Ewa Panek, The University of Illinois at Chicago

12:00 AM

Ethnonationalism and Democracy: Lessons from India and Israel

Naba Wahid, The Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Exploring a Multifaceted Approach to Teaching Emergent Bilinguals

Diana Boomsma, Univeristy of Wisconsin- Whitewater

12:00 AM

Free Women of Color in Late Eighteenth-Century Saint-Domingue: How They Were Objectified by White Men and Free Men of Color

Denisse Sandoval, University of Miami

12:00 AM

How to Reconcile the Seemingly Contradictory Relationship Between Ancient Chinese Values and Modern Social Convention: a Further Look at the Compatibility of Confucianism

Xiang Li, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

12:00 AM

In-Group Solidarity or Out-Group Resentment?: Evaluating the Foundations of White Punitiveness

Jacob Levy, University of California, Berkeley

12:00 AM

Intertextuality, Aesthetics, and the Digital: Rediscovering Chekhov in the Early British Modernism

Sam Jacob, Brigham Young University

12:00 AM

Ishmael na my name: Nigerian Pidgin English Haiku for each chapter of Moby-Dick

Onyinye Miriam Uwolloh, Northern Kentucky University

12:00 AM

John Stuart Mill on Happiness and Paternalism

Salvatore James Guido, Wayne State University

12:00 AM

Musical Materiality: 19th Century French Music Culture Embodied in the Palais Garnier Main Facade

Noelle Yongwei Barr, University of California, Santa Barbara

12:00 AM

"No Superiors and Few Equals": How Elizabeth Freeman Helped to End Slavery in Massachusetts

Gabrielle Lucas, Westminster College, New Wilmington Pennsylvania

12:00 AM

Objectifying Power: Mariners, Missionaries, and Material Mutuality in Early Modern Tahitian Encounters, 1767-1797

Joshua Acosta, California State University, Long Beach

12:00 AM

On the Outside Looking In: How our Differently Abled and Immigrant Communities Face the Trials and Tribulations of American Society

Shannon Perrone, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

12:00 AM

Paintings within Paintings: Narrative Exposition, Religious Allegory, and Moral Admonition in Vermeer

Iain MacKay, West Virginia University

12:00 AM

Parodies and Dark Shadows: Pseudo-Feminism in The Handmaid's Tale

Gina Mingoia, Saint Joseph's College

12:00 AM

Pedagogy of Secondary and Tertiary Languages: The Path Wittgenstein Cannot Walk Alone

Grace Marie Barrett, Kalamazoo College

12:00 AM

Post-Modernism in Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Alexander Reece Loescher Quinlan, University of Georgia

12:00 AM

Prescriptive Masculinity: Leopold Bloom and the Fallacy of Heteronormative Reality in Joyce Ulysses

James Lowe, Nebraska Wesleyan University

12:00 AM

Putting It Into Practice: Moving Forward with Integrating the New Literacy Studies into Literacy Education Once and For All

Shenir Dennis, Santa Clara University

12:00 AM

Red Lines, Class Codes, Highways, and Hipsters: Invisibility Politics and "Racial Progressivism" in Portland, Oregon

Olivia Ilene Fuson, Creighton University

12:00 AM

Sorcerer's Magic: Institutional Identity in Tim O'Brien's In the Lake of the Woods

Haley Felmet, Texas A&M University

12:00 AM

Stooping Heads and Aspiring Shoulders: An Analysis of William Whately’s 1617 Pamphlet “A Bride-Bush”

Meredith Power, University of Maryland - Baltimore County

12:00 AM

The Conscious Evolution of Humans: A Psychological Analysis of Religions

Ahmed Elwan AboHamad, Connecticut College

12:00 AM

The Ghost Children: A Novel of World War II Disability History

Sophie Mayer Trist, Loyola University New Orleans

12:00 AM

The People's Fury: A Question of Collective Identity in Contemporary Germany

Sean Starkweather, James Madison University

12:00 AM

The Real Reason You Shouldn't Cry Over Spilled Milk: Rhetorical Criticism of Dairy Inclusion in the USDA's MyPlate

Christeen L. Fernando, Towson University

12:00 AM

The Setauket Gang: The American Revolutionary War Spy Ring you've never heard about

Fran Leskovar, University of Puget Sound

12:00 AM

The World is Our Playground: Public Art as Intermediary Between the Community and the Urban Environment

Piper Prolago, University of Tulsa

12:00 AM

Three-figure Shrouds: The Strange, Stranger, and Strangers

Candace Wang, University of California, Berkeley

12:00 AM

Through a Glass, Enviously: Yuri Olesha's Photographic Distortion of Reality

Julia Curl, The New School

12:00 AM

Through The Eyes of Tribal Nations: Public Law 280, Tribal Sovereignty, and The Value of Sovereignty

Jordan Dunlap, Texas A&M University

12:00 AM

Troublesome Minorities: Questioning Assimilation In The Reluctant Fundamentalist and Home Fire

Nida Choudary, University of California, Los Angeles

12:00 AM

Visible Invisibility: The Reliquary Châsse in the Art Institute of Chicago

Ziqiao Wang, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

12:00 AM

War Re-Sisters: Poetry and the Coevolution of Anti-Vietnam War Movements and America's Second Wave of Feminism

Olivia Kehring, University of Maryland - Baltimore County

12:00 AM

Wessex and Yoknapatawpha County: An Analysis of the Progressive Ideals of William Faulkner and Thomas Hardy

Seth Bruck, Saint Louis University

12:00 AM

Why We Love it Here: Exploration of Affection and Place Attachment in the Brazilian Periphery

Sue-Yeon Ryu, Ohio University

12:00 AM

Wednesday, April 29th
12:00 AM

A Thirteenth Amendment Approach to the Reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act

Kylee Petritsch, Lebanon Valley College

12:00 AM

Adolescence: Fact or Fiction?

Nicole Friedberg, University of Pittsburgh

12:00 AM

Assembling the Pieces of Personhood in Anne Carson's Nox

Rachel Seitz, Illinois State University

12:00 AM

Barred From the Outdoors: Barriers to Participation Among Underrepresented Populations in Outdoor Recreation

Diana Khosrovi, Westminster College, Salt Lake City
Lasana Trawally, Westminster College, Salt Lake City

12:00 AM

Between Ancient and Modern: Becoming Literate in Geometry in Early Modern England

Matthew Ryckman, University of Maine

12:00 AM

But Is It Art?: The Evolution of the Readymade

Emma McMorran, University of Georgia

12:00 AM

Combing the Language of the Owner and their Slave to Create Faith: A Look at the Influence of Language in Santería

Edoghogho Ighodaro, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Creating the Warrior Mentality through Chemical Influence: The Use of Drugs in Warfare and Its Consequences

Michael Richardson, Texas Tech University

12:00 AM

Defiance Behind a Pretty Face: The Deceptive Femininity of Irish Women in Punch

Lindsey Scott, College of Charleston

12:00 AM

Desegregation Through Entertainment: Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific as an Instrument of Military Policy

Leana Sottile, Chapman University

12:00 AM

Faking Our Deaths: A Look at the Glamorization of Death in the Media

Natalie Page Perilstein, University of South Carolina - Beaufort

12:00 AM

Forever the Thinker: the International Context of Marx(ism) in the 1840s

Lois Bronaugh, Austin College

12:00 AM

Gendered Racial Microaggressions and Coping in Black Women

Esmeralda Lezama Ruiz, Marquette University

12:00 AM

"God Sometimes you Don't Come Through:" The Presentation of Religious Trauma Syndrome Through Rock Music

Maggie Elizabeth Parker, Agnes Scott College

12:00 AM

Human TOUCH: Storytelling Through Anatomy

Kendahl Servino, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

12:00 AM

"I Am the Sole Author": Challenging the Dictionary of the Social Self in Zadie Smith's NW

Rachel Mary Stroia, Suffolk University

12:00 AM

"I shall be most happy to play": Performance, Desire, and Spectatorship in Jane Austen's "Mansfield Park"

Leah Dooley, Seattle University

12:00 AM

Justice in the World of Jane Austen: Advocating for Lydia Bennet and Maria Bertram

Madison Olivia Ann Tuck, Loyola University, New Orleans

12:00 AM

La Mano ed il Braccio: A Comparative Study of Italian Immigration to Louisiana and Florida, 1880-1914

Keith Richards, University of Central Florida

12:00 AM

"Mister Sartre and Señora Beauvoir Are Old News": Queer Arab Resistance in Abdellah Taïa's "A Country for Dying"

Emilie Hautemont, Swarthmore College

12:00 AM

Mixed Emotions: An Introspective Study on Modern Mixed-Race Liminality

Melody Roth, University of California, Santa Barbara

12:00 AM

Not Quite "The End of History": An Examination of European Populism and Its Threat to the European Union

Courtney Rosenstiehl, McDaniel College

12:00 AM

Polygamy, Free-love, and the Fight for Women's Suffrage: The National Woman Suffrage Association and Fringe Marriage Ideology Suffragists, 1869-1890

Charlotte Waldman, Vassar College

12:00 AM

Projection of Social Issues through literature: Rosa Montero's Tears in Rain and Weight of the Heart

Natalie Nye, Elizabethtown College

12:00 AM

Roy Cohn's America: Conservatism, Sexual Politics, and Memory in the 21st Century

Emily Sharp, Emory University

12:00 AM

Sex as Escapism: An Analysis of What We Talk About When We Talk About Love

Mary Sincavage, Georgia Southern University

12:00 AM

Stories Across Borders: Recontextualization of Home, Identity, and Trauma in Contemporary Stories of Syrian Displacement

Kayla Nicholls, Bennington College

12:00 AM

The Association Between Mandatory State Arrests and Intimiate Partner Homicides

Magdelene Thebaud, Northeastern Illinois University

12:00 AM

The Book of Revelation: The Apocalypse Debunked

Meghan Elizabeth Hansen, University of Georgia

12:00 AM

The Fourth Estate: French Resistance to Nazi Occupation In the Press

Nathan Johnson, Texas Tech University

12:00 AM

The State of Free Speech on College Campuses

Romolo Peterson, Westchester Community College

12:00 AM

The Tempest and the Western Gaze: Shakespeare's Critique of Colonial Ideology

Justin Wooley, Fairfield University

12:00 AM

"Ugly" Imageries in the Poem "Howl," Allen Ginsberg: How the Poet Makes the Readers Love Them?

Khanh Phuong T. Do, Lebanon Valley College

12:00 AM

"Water, water, every where, / Nor any drop to drink": The Rime of the Ancient Mariner as Ecological Allegory and Cautionary Tale

Megan Lowe, Northeastern State University

12:00 AM

Were Shakespeare and Kurosawa Marxists?: Examining Structural Critiques in Hamlet and The Bad Sleep Well

Maple Elemmire Wyand, University of Baltimore

12:00 AM

"What is Decolonial Philosophy?": An Embodied Approach to Recognizing Decolonial Projects

Rene Martin Ramirez, California State University, Fullerton

12:00 AM

Thursday, April 30th
12:00 AM

A Branch in the Tree of Human Development: Subsistence Methods at Ohio Archaic and Fort Ancient Cultural Period Sites

Harrison T. Stanley, University of Cincinnati

12:00 AM

A Paradise Without God: Psychosexual Analysis of Hieronymus Bosch The Garden of Earthly Delights

Andrea Cota, University of California, Davis

12:00 AM

A Rothian Analysis of Walt Disney's Pastoral Symphony

Hailey Megan Ritchey, Mount Aloysius College

12:00 AM

Anger Metastasizes: How Anger Can Empower

Annette Francesca Goggins, Indiana University East

12:00 AM

Animals and...: Humor in Aristophanes

Gunnar Johnson, Brandeis University

12:00 AM

Art, Anatomy, and Political Theory in the Late Renaissance: Creating the Renaissance Body

Isabel Lauren Gheytanchi, University of Cincinnati

12:00 AM

Bad Blood: Diabetes and the Eugenics Movement

Hope Eggett, Utah State University

12:00 AM

Battling a World of Hate with Hope: Unearthing the Life and Work of Adolphe Duhart

Audrey Gibson, Centenary College of Louisiana

12:00 AM

Beds for Rent: Economic Motives Behind Rural Jail Growth Since 1970

Anna Duan, University of Pennsylvania

12:00 AM

Billie Holiday's Baltimore: A City of Enforcement

Axel Bax, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

"Blood" and Land: The Legacy of White Property Rights in Legal Definitions of Native Race and Tribal Disenrollment

Jack Casey, University of Southern California

12:00 AM

Breastfeeding and Feminism in France

Megan Wadsworth, University of Mississippi

12:00 AM

Capitalism as the Bride of Liberalism: How Philosophy Impacted Economic Thought

Harry Scherer, Mount St. Mary's University

12:00 AM

Considering 50 Years of Art through an Artist's Eyes: Interviews with a Septuagenarian Artist

Melisa Dawn Christ, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

12:00 AM

Death, Desire, and Shame in Emily Dickinson's Poetry

Ashley Etter, The College of St. Scholastica

12:00 AM

"Does the Painter Know the Bridle and Bit?": Evidence of Clerical Engagement with the Sea in Monastic Art and Literature, 750-1250

Angus Cameron Bankston Warren, Middlebury College

12:00 AM

"Epic Poems in Bronze": Confederate Memorialization and the Old South's Reckoning with Modernity in the Early Twentieth Century

Grace Margaret Ford-Dirks, William & Mary

12:00 AM

Ethical Implications of the Legal Definition of Brain Death in Light of Modern Technological Advancements

Jordyn Elise Fullaway, Saint Michael's College

12:00 AM

'Everything's Waiting for You': The Importance of the Short Story Cycle

Olivia Ryckman, Indiana University - East

12:00 AM

Exploring ACE's in a Culturally Diverse University Sample

Jasmine Kim, Andrews University
Melissa Ponce-Rodas, Andrews University

12:00 AM

From Salem to Eden: "Satanic Ritual Abuse" and American Law

Jacob Noblett, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

12:00 AM

Happy the People: The Use of Classical Literature in John Dickinson's "Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania"

Rachel Wiedman, Saint Ambrose University

12:00 AM

Hindu Muslims: Shared Religiosity and Mixed Identities in Mughal India

Gordon Goodwin, University of Cincinnati

12:00 AM

Israel's Modulation of Checkpoints: Systematic Manipulation of the Oslo Accords

Anna Rhodes, Knox College

12:00 AM

Mapping the Modern History of Philosophy of Religion with Machine Learning

Jackson C. Foster, University of Alabama

12:00 AM

Medical Art: Translating Cancer

Natasha Chugh, The Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Mothering in Concentration Camps: A Historiography of Jewish Motherhood During the Holocaust

Andrea Gapsch, Ohio University

12:00 AM

Not all skinfolk are kinfolk: The impact of the miseducation of black homogenitiety in America

Neud's Saint-Cyr, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

12:00 AM

Of Follies, Vices, & Unspoilt Virtues: Artistic Representations of Western and Non-Western Violence on the Cook Voyages

Ayden Thomas, Illinois College

12:00 AM

On God's Eternity: How the Boethian Position on Kairos Solves the Debate Between Eternalists and Open Theists

Joseph Wolfensberger, Mount St. Mary's University

12:00 AM

Professors, Disabilities, and Other Social Identities - An Intersectional Look at Higher Education

Rosa Ramirez, California State Polytechnic University - Pomona

12:00 AM

Reclaiming Space: Tracing a Legacy of Feminist Psychosis from Gilman to Ferrante

Joshua Reinier, Oberlin College and Conservatory

12:00 AM

Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Child Soldiers

Jennifer Delgado, Nichols College

12:00 AM

Reimagining Boundaries of the Carceral State: How is Rochester a Prison Town?

Amina N'Gambwa, University of Rochester

12:00 AM

Religious Food Ethics: Categorizing Religious Perceptions of Diet and Agriculture

Avalon Jade Theisen, University of South Florida, Judy Genshaft Honors College

12:00 AM

Remembering Yesterday: The Rally that Changed the Future of Over 1 Million Soviet Jews

Inbar Michael, University of California, Irvine

12:00 AM

Revealing Silences: Latinx Fathers' Gendered Transitions into Fatherhood in Contemporary U.S. Society

Jahaira Pacheco, University of California, Irvine

12:00 AM

"She is a Boy, or if Not a Boy, Then a Boy Resembles Her": Cross-Dressing, Homosexuality, and Enslaved Sex and Gender in Umayyad Iberia

India Kotis, Kenyon College

12:00 AM

Sihon, Pools, and Disaster: the Memory of Biblical Heshbon

Alma NIzaye Cortez Alvarez, Andrews University

12:00 AM

State Sanctioned Violence across Latino, Black, and Arab and Muslim Communities in a Post-911 America

Ronnie Alvarez, The University Of Michigan
Nourel-Hoda Eidy, The University Of Michigan
Madeline Simone, The University Of Michigan

12:00 AM

Strange Frequencies: Development of a Post-Human Sequential Narrative

Jessica Young, Florida Atlantic University

12:00 AM

The Cupertino Bubble: Technological, Ethnic, and Societal Influences on Student Attitudes Toward Education

Hannah Mok, University of California, Santa Barbara

12:00 AM

The Führer of All Maladies: Cancer and the Utility of Metaphors for Its "Independence," under the Nazi Regime

Jill Jones, Duke University

12:00 AM

The Perfect Political Murder: The Historiography of the Assassination of Franz Ferdinand

Grayson Myers, McDaniel College

12:00 AM

The Power of Real Life: Exceptionalism in Muriel Spark's "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie"

Ana Knudsen, Emory University

12:00 AM

The Power of Women: Women's Contributions in the English Civil Wars

Alisha Gotro, Thompson Rivers University

12:00 AM

The Quaker Paradox: A Case Study of David Barclay as a Malevolent Slave Trading Banker and a Benevolent Abolitionist

Anny Lu, Rutgers University New Brunswick

12:00 AM

The Things They Carried: Classical Greece Maritime Trade

Ashley Skye Hunter, East Carolina University

12:00 AM

Thirst for Power: Frieda von Bülow's Depiction of Feminine Control in her Novel Tropenkoller

Anna Kyle, Bryn Mawr College

12:00 AM

Understanding Uprisings: Media Discourse and Maryland Race Uprisings (1845-2015)

Anna Hartman, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

12:00 AM

Using Fitbit Competitions to Increase Physical Activity in College Students

Omar Ramirez, Texas A&M University

12:00 AM

When Flesh is Remembered: A History of Trophies

Jessica McKinney, Goucher College

12:00 AM

Who Were They Working For? Sex Work, Working Girls, and Patriarchy in the Late Nineteenth Century

Grace Files, Rhodes College

12:00 AM

Worlds of Difference: The Persistence of the Global in Postwar and Contemporary Cinemas

Riley Scott Kelfer, Colby College

12:00 AM

Friday, May 1st
12:00 AM

A Different Image, Another Sound: Resistant Rhetoric and Black Identity

Nhadya Lawes, University of Miami

12:00 AM

Activism Throughout the Years at Johns Hopkins University

Lubna Azmi, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Analyzing Female-Lead Superhero Films and the Internet Discourse that Followed

Rachel Fimbianti, Northwestern University

12:00 AM

Black Evangelicals and the Democratic Party: Intersectionality and the Myth of the Monolithic Black Vote

Meanna Gray

12:00 AM

Bordando asas para os que no puderam voar (Embroidering wings for those who did not get to fly): Activism and Grief in Zuzu Angel's Politically-Engaged Fashion

Luiza Repsold Franca, University of Pennsylvania

12:00 AM

Catastrophic Colonialism: An Examination of Masculinity in Alejo Carpentier's The Kingdom of This World

Fiona Evans, Orange Coast College

12:00 AM

Communist Deus Ex Machinas: The Brechtian Epic and Its Influence Today

Hannah Grace Hopke, Florida State University

12:00 AM

Constructing New Worlds: An Investigation of Climate Change and the Terraforming Imaginary

K Persinger, University of California, Irvine

12:00 AM

Constructing the Body of the Author: Representations of Femininity and Disability in Pope's Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot

Madeline Layne Rose, University of Rochester

12:00 AM

Democratic Ghosts in Aeschylean Drama

Margaret Anne Aiken Freeman, New College of Florida

12:00 AM

Depictions of the Korean War: From Picasso to North Korean Propaganda

Lyla Sax, University of California, Santa Barbara

12:00 AM

Exploring Why Women Use #Metoo to Share Personal Experiences of Sexual Assault: A Qualitative Descriptive Study

Katelin Smith

12:00 AM

Extra! Extra! Read All About It: Cultural Heritage Conservation in the Media

Bailey Elaine Pekar, Northwestern University

12:00 AM

From Athens to America: Checks and Balances in Democracies

Laura A. Evans, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

"Get the Tables": Wrestling through the Metatheatrical Lens

Abigail Raley, Western Kentucky University

12:00 AM

Girl of a Thousand Tongues: The Evolution of a Short Story Cycle

Breanna Michelle Broad, Indiana University East

12:00 AM

"Haunting the Docks: Deindustrialization in Ashland, Wisconsin"

Lydia Claire O'Donnell, Kenyon College

12:00 AM

How Las Bodas de Sangre Can Help Bring into a New Light Cases like La Manada

Graceanne LaCombe, Louisiana State University

12:00 AM

Humanity Betrayed: The Clinton Administration's Failure to Intervene in the Rwandan Genocide

Julianna K. Rak, Trinity University

12:00 AM

Hybridity and Otherness in Ancient Cyrenaica: A Postcolonial Perspective

Lindsey Jackson, University of California - San Diego

12:00 AM

Hypatia's Life and Death From Ancient to Modern Centuries

Kaitlyn Morrison, Lee University

12:00 AM

In Another Time: Hamlet, Lacan, Ljubljana, and Metametatextuality

Riley Spieler, University of Chicago

12:00 AM

Listening to 9/11: Towards an Auditory History of a Catastrophe

Lauren Allie Trice, University of South Carolina Columbia

12:00 AM

Machiavelli and Liberalism

Brandyn Nikolas Kirby, Lee University

12:00 AM

Mental Illness and Personal Trauma: Why We Joke About Wanting to Kill Ourselves

Liam Barker, North Central College

12:00 AM

Nature's Natural Queerness: Queer Ecologies in H.D's Sea Garden and Marianne Moore's Observations

Luca Pixner, Randolph-Macon College

12:00 AM

Navigating and Negotiating Sexual Culture at Religiously Affiliated Universities

Jansen Myles Rouillard, Rockhurst University

12:00 AM

"Nosferatu's Shadow": Stylistic Traces of Murnau in Coppola's "Bram Stoker's Dracula"

Lilly Howe, Rhode Island College

12:00 AM

Now Or Have Ever Been: The Politics of Films of the Hollywood Blacklist Era

Breanna McCann, Robert Morris University

12:00 AM

Perceived Object-Gender in the Bilingual Acquisition of Spanish and English

Kevin Edgell, Oakland University

12:00 AM

Perfecting Blackness: An Analysis of Respectability and Security in Angie Thomas' The Hate U Give

Precious Thompson, Tougaloo College

12:00 AM

Preference or Prejudice?: Does Phenotype Influence Interracial Dating and Mating Attitudes among African American and Latino college students?

KeLa Allen, University of Missouri-Columbia

12:00 AM

Reconciliation and Resistance from the Ground Up: The Power of Affect in Chicago's Community Gardens

Olivia Lee, The University of Illinois at Chicago

12:00 AM

Rewriting History: How South Korean Textbooks are Reframing the United States' Involvement in the Korean War

KayCee Bartoli, Columbus State Community Center

12:00 AM

Seeking the Feminine Divine: Theology and Authority in Mormon Women's Contemporary Poetry

Kaitlin Hoelzer, Brigham Young University

12:00 AM

Self-Gaslighting in Sexual Assault: A Feminist Approach to Reclaiming Agency

Paige Bendt, Simpson College

12:00 AM

Students, Parents, Faculty, and Chickens: Parental Discipline at Indiana University in the 1850s.

Benjamin Maurice Roy, Gettysburg College

12:00 AM

The Best Intentions: An Exploration of Cross-cultural Interactions and Humanitarian Aid in Rural Mozambique

Ian Donahue, Michigan State University

12:00 AM

The Legacy of Jesse Mercer: His Influence on Journalism and Education as Components of Religious Journalism

Madilyn Grace Harrell, Mercer University

12:00 AM

The Science that Will Save the World: Tektological Practice for the Coming Storm

Remi Debs Bruno, Community College of Baltimore County

12:00 AM

The Third Culture Kid's Guide to Making Friends: Qualitative Comparison of the Self-Disclosure Tendencies of Military Dependents and Missionary Kids

Hannah Rauhut, Messiah College

12:00 AM

The Use of Storytelling and the Experience of Teaching in a Syrian Refugee Camp in the Context of the Refugee Crisis in Lebanon, Its Various Actors, and Its Lasting Effects

Jad Zeitouni, Texas Tech University

12:00 AM

The Women of the Virus Research Laboratory: The Hidden History of the Salk Vaccine through the Women who Worked with Dr. Jonas Salk in Pittsburgh, PA from 1947 to 1955

Julie Kerlin, Westminster College, New Wilmington Pennsylvania

12:00 AM

Travel Through Translation

Maribelle Assaad Boutros, University of California, Santa Barbara

12:00 AM

Uncovering the Unsung People

Kayla Doyle, Kean University

12:00 AM

Underestimated Erasures: Central American Undergraduate Student Public Invisibility at the University of California, Irvine

Keanu Hawk Gallardo, University of California, Irvine

12:00 AM

Virtual Communities: A Discourse Analysis of Facebook Groups for Expatriates in Jalisco

Liliana Brock, Portland State University

12:00 AM

Wearable Life: Translating Medicinal Plant Properties in Jewelry

Lucas White, Radford University

12:00 AM

Welt im Film, der Augenzeuge, und die Deutsche Demokratische Republiik: The Power of Propaganda in Germany's Post-World War II Climate (1945-1962)

Georgina Bianca Laube, University of Pittsburgh

12:00 AM

What to Expect When You're Expected: Uncovering the Role of Cultural Capital in College Success

Margaret Helen Clark Tippett, Ithaca College

12:00 AM

William Livingston and The Stamp Act Crisis of 1765

Nicole Skalenko, Kean University

12:00 AM

Yiddish Porn: A Comparative Literary Analysis of Isaac Bashevis Singer's Traditional Yiddish Folktales and Playboy Stories

Leah Trachtenberg, Brandeis University

12:00 AM

Saturday, May 2nd
12:00 AM

OK, Boomer: The Impact of Age Based Language Ideologies

Carly Vaitkevicius, Grand Valley State University

12:00 AM

Monday, May 4th
12:00 AM

"A Bird Taking Flight Without Wings": Imprisoned Black Women's Articulations of Freedom in the United States and South Africa

Destiny Wiley-Yancy, Smith College

12:00 AM

A Review of Concise Literature: The Short Story Cycle

Alyssa Altieri, Indiana University

12:00 AM

"A Tryst With Animosity": The Souring of Indo-American Relations from 1947 to 1971

Aditya Dev Varma, University of California - Berkeley

12:00 AM

An Examination of the Ancient Pillars of the United States through William Livingston

Christopher Thoms-Bauer, Kean University

12:00 AM

Criminality in French Literature: An Examination of Acceptance and Rejection of Rehabilitation in the Works of Jean Genet and Eugène Vidocq

Daniel Elijah Trovato, University of Maryland College Park

12:00 AM

Democracy Revoked: How Foreign Relations and Domestic Opinion Led to the Internment of Japanese Americans During World War II

Claire Nakayama, Trinity University

12:00 AM

Dum Conderet Urbem: Aeneas's Development and the Personal Cost of War

Charlotte Skolasky, Bryn Mawr College

12:00 AM

Embracing the Monster: The Films of Guillermo del Toro

Alexandra Gaines, North Carolina State University

12:00 AM

"Freedom's Price" and "Freedom's Power:" President Bush's Rhetorical Assault on the Concept of Freedom and the Justification of a Surveillance State

Devin Green, The Community College of Baltimore County

12:00 AM

From Outside the Beltway: Minorities in the early-20th Century Labor Movement

Hunter Douglas Whann, University of Alabama

12:00 AM

"I Am the Whore and the Holy One": The Exploration of Black Female Identity in Julie Dash's Daughters of the Dust

Alaina Dixon, Claflin University

12:00 AM

"I Cannot Speak Your England": Dialect and the Dialectic in Shakespeare's King Henry V

Alexia Mandla Ainsworth, Kenyon College

12:00 AM

In Trump We Trust: Epistemic Isolation, Conflict Narratives, and Climate Change Denial In Significant Portion of Trump's 2016 Election Base

Alec Chapa, Portland State University

12:00 AM

"Is It a True Thing": The Pastoral Mode in Shakespeare's "As You Like It"

Dianna Rahmey, Rowan University

12:00 AM

New World Triumph: Visconti's Il Gattopardo

Daria Pietropaolo, University of Miami

12:00 AM

Nietzsche and Self Care: How is Nihilism Like a Coloring Book?

Chavva Olander, California State University Fullerton

12:00 AM

Normalizing New Religious Movements: A Deeper Look Into the Effects of Social Opinion on New Religious Movements in the Southeastern United States

Erica Marie Bennett, Millsaps College

12:00 AM

Not a Waste of Time: The Importance of Leisure in Milton's Paradise Lost

ElissaBeth Buckles, Azusa Pacific University

12:00 AM

"Queen Sugar": Sweetening Black Representation One Show at a Time

Doris Njeri Kariuki, Towson University

12:00 AM

Representations of Religious Injustice in the Works of François Villon and Emile Zola

Alexis Windecker, Rider University

12:00 AM

Selective Censorship: How Bollywood is Pushing the Boundaries of Indian Censorship Law

Jordan Hall, University of Kansas

12:00 AM

Sex, Drugs, and Human Sacrifice: The Exploration of Iguanas As Visual Representations of Spiritual Conduits/Portals in Mochica Sacrifice Scenes

Christina Nicole Conti, University of California Santa Cruz

12:00 AM

Structure in Instruction: Educational Institutions in Young Adult Chinese American Narratives

Chloe Low, University of California, Irvine

12:00 AM

The Comfort Women: How Collaboration and Betrayal Led to Shame in 20th Century Asia

Emily Rosenau, University of Arkansas

12:00 AM

The Emotive Underpinnings and Toll of Slow Violence: Exposing the Slow Violence Experienced by Homeless People in Orange County, California

Danilo A. Escobar Guzman

12:00 AM

The Legend of Dumboy and Kokolas: Racial Narratives and the Legacy of Two Black Men in a White Afrikaans Community in Patagonia, Argentina

Ellie Johandes, University of Michigan

12:00 AM

The Sociocultural Experiences of Mexican-American Recent High School Graduates: Civic Education and Its Social Impact on the Success of Bicultural Youth

Chelsea Amanda Rodriguez, Trinity University

12:00 AM

The Spies Are Among Us: German Secret Police in Post Reunification Film

Gwendolyn Ellis, Lafayette College

12:00 AM

Undoing the Leges: Marketization and Citizens United

Emily Ann Donlevy, Roanoke College

12:00 AM

Unnoticeable: A Letter To My Younger Self

Amanda Krcic, Loyola University Chicago

12:00 AM

Using the Body as Our Platform: Learning and Knowing Through Embodied Research Practices

Elizabeth Bobrovnikov, University of California, Berkeley

12:00 AM

Veni, Vidi, Vendidi: The Economics of Cultural Change in the Roman West

Alexander Reed, University of California - Berkeley

12:00 AM

What prevents us from achieving freedom?: A Freudian and Nietzschean View of Freedom

Dipin Subedi, The University of Southern Mississippi

12:00 AM

Tuesday, May 5th
12:00 AM

A Gender Analysis of William Livingston's Library Collection Examining Readings for Women in Eighteenth- Century America

Analia Arrieta, Kean University

12:00 AM

Bringing the Shadows of Hegemony to Light: Social Insights from an Italian Philosopher and American Author

Antonio Cruz-Hernandez, Greensboro College

12:00 AM

"My Name Isn't Hyper-sexual Jezebel": An Analysis of Spike Lee's Appropriation of the White Male Gaze in She's Gotta Have It

Taylor Dews, Spelman College

12:00 AM

They will Only Stop Killing Us, If You Say Please: The Role of #BlackLivesMatter, Black Twitter, and Flint, Michigan in Modern Day Respectability Politics

Chasia Elzina Jeffries, University of Southern California

12:00 AM

Unaccompanied Minors: Marginalized in the Education System

Arlae Cecilia Gamez-Luna, University of Texas at San Antonio

12:00 AM

"Unsex me here": Feminizing Crime in Macbeth, King Lear, and Titus Andronicus

Annalie Buscarino, Washington College

12:00 AM

Whaling in Japan: Conflicts and Controversies Surrounding A Dying Tradition

Ashley Harrell, James Madison University

12:00 AM

Why Can't We Be Friends: Use of Imagined Contact in Changing Attitudes Towards Outgroups

Audrey Greder, Creighton University
Rachel Kain, Creighton University
Olivia Lutz, Creighton University
Rachel Miyazaki, Creighton University

12:00 AM

Wednesday, May 6th
12:00 AM

A Critical Analysis of Discourse around Nuclear Energy in Japan after March 2011

Shogo Ishikawa, Oberlin College

12:00 AM

American Protestant Female Medical Missionaries to China, 1880-1930

Yutong Zhan, College of William and Mary

12:00 AM

Ascendance and Transformation: Humanizing TRiO First Generation Students of Color and their STEM Empowerment Agents

Vanessa Nicole Torres, University of California, Irvine

12:00 AM

Exploring the intersections of Gender in 1980s Horror Franchises

William Zach Turner, University of Arkanas

12:00 AM

Fatal Limits: Outlawry and Liminal Space in Gísli's Saga

Sarah Penney, University of Maine

12:00 AM

Hegelian Agency and Communication in William Gaddis' "JR"

Ryan Andrew Paragas Hacek, Purdue University - West Lafayette

12:00 AM

How do we Commemorate War? The Message and Culture of the Soldier's and Sailor's Monument

Sarah Lavin, Case Western Reserve University

12:00 AM

Linguistic Imperialism in the Modern Form: Higher Education in Bangladesh

Sykina Kerria Butts, Delta State University

12:00 AM

Multicultural Musical Landscapes: Investigating Musical Influences in Southern West Virginia Company Towns

Steven Alan Schumann, Marshall University

12:00 AM

Nunca Más: The Politics of Post-Dictatorship Memory-Making in Argentina and Uruguay

Lara Agostina Simonetti, Reed College

12:00 AM

Paving a Path to Privatization: The History of Healthcare in Detroit

Yasmeen Berry, Henry Ford College

12:00 AM

Privacy, Profiling, and Accessibility: The Ethics of DNA Databases

Sierra Marie Forler, Washington State University

12:00 AM

Queer Men in Suits: TAG, ACT UP, and AIDS

Samantha Leyerle, University of Kansas

12:00 AM

Resilience Narratives: Mental Health of Syrian Refugees in Metro Detroit

Raveena Mata, Wayne State University
Dina Charara, Wayne State University

12:00 AM

San Francisco Gay Bars: Challenging Exploitation and Increasing Activism

Tegan Ann Smith, Santa Clara University

12:00 AM

(STEM)ming on What Children Need to Learn: Mister Rogers' Neighborhood to Cyberchase

Yvette Corina Vargas, University of California, Irvine

12:00 AM

The American Symbol War: A Catalogue of Civil War Monuments

Kris Plunkett, Louisiana State University

12:00 AM

The Divided Consciousness: A Historiographical Analysis of Thomas Becket, Thomas Wolsey, and Thomas More

Olivia Stankus, Southwestern University

12:00 AM

The Incarnation of Krishna: In Jhumpa Lahiri's "The Treatment of Bibi Haldar"

Sara White, Georgia Southern University

12:00 AM

The Second Exodus: The Impact of Kuwait on the Palestinian People and Movement

Sarah Jarrar, University of New Hampshire

12:00 AM

The Shaping of a Stigma, Collateral Consequences of Incarceration on Young Adults

Stephanie Soto Rodriguez, University of California, Merced

12:00 AM

The Strives and Struggles of Maintaining A Language and Culture in The Historic Immigrant Communities of Cleveland, Ohio

Klementyna Pozniak, Baldwin Wallace University

12:00 AM

The Tweet Speaks for Itself: A Case Study of the "St. Louis Manifest" Twitter Account

Zili Chang, Washington State University

12:00 AM

Wide Thinking? What Is That?: The Critical Consciousness of Tone and Genre in Margaret Atwood's Hag-Seed

Ryan Ming-Yuan Lee, Tufts University

12:00 AM

Thursday, May 7th
12:00 AM

A Woman's Spirit

Taylor King, University of South Carolina - Beaufort

12:00 AM

Object Histories: Tracing the Lives of the Antioch Mosaics in Rochester

Debbie Haein Kim, The Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

The House of Our Bathroom Fantasies: Uncanny Male Gaze in The Virgin Suicides

Sarah Grace Fiore, University of Rhode Island

12:00 AM

Monday, May 11th
12:00 AM

Accelerationism and Techno-Orientalism in Macintosh Plus's Floral Shoppe

Teagan Kim, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Executive Traditions of Peace-Making: The 1987 US-Soviet Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty, Its Forerunners, and Its Aftermath

Anish Kulkarni, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Exploring Community Supports For South Asian Women Experiencing Domestic Violence: Narratives From Survivors

Cody Thompson, Augsburg University

12:00 AM

Public Health in Uganda's Post-Colonial Period

Tyler Gleadle, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

12:00 AM

Temple Boys: A Critical-Creative Understanding of South Philadelphia's Southeast Asian Refugee Community

Jessica Li, University of Pennsylvania

12:00 AM

The Mosaddeq Coup: A Test of Cold War Strategy and American Values

Mikhail Faulconer, Saint Louis University

12:00 AM

The Short Story Cycle and What We Should Be Thinking

Julie Kramer, Indiana University East

12:00 AM

When Trauma No Longer Disqualifies: Examining the Institutional Thematization of Traumatic Experience at a Workforce Development Nonprofit

Amadea Martino Smith, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

You Give Love A Bad Name: Romance, Capitalism, and Cruel Optimism from Pamela to Fifty Shades of Grey

Caleigh Flegg, Gettysburg College

12:00 AM

Tuesday, May 12th
12:00 AM

A Nazi Amusement Park: Flakturm Tower IV and the Rise of Alt-Right Fetishism in Vacation Venues

Amanda Jayne Cummins, Davis and Elkins College

12:00 AM

Cyclical Poverty in Native American Communities

Douglas-Ann Smith, Baylor University

12:00 AM

Giving the Body a Voice: Dance as Illness Narrative

Ana Worthington, Wake Forest University

12:00 AM

Political Culture and Abortion Policy

Caleb J. Evans, Oklahoma City University

12:00 AM

Some Children Left Behind: Food Allergy Management of Students with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities

Julia Ross, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Water as a Therapeutic Landscape and the Inspiration for a Collection of Short Essays About the Physical, Mental, and Spiritual Effects Water Embodies

Allison Schwarm, Washington State University

12:00 AM

Wednesday, May 13th
12:00 AM

6ix9ine: The Rise of a Social Media Supervillain

Brandon Ruiz, California State University, Fullerton

12:00 AM

A Missionary on a Mission: David Zeisberger and His Work with the Lenape People

Kate Dobbs, Rutgers University

12:00 AM

A White Man's World: The Sexual Exploitation of Enslaved Women in the Urban Deep South

Sarah Eiland, Rhodes College

12:00 AM

Absurdity and Veracity: Religion in Warhol's Paintings

Yuchen Wang, School of Art Institute Chicago

12:00 AM

Author vs. Reader: A Struggle for Literary Power in Italo Calvino's "If on a winter's night a traveler"

Megan Finlan, Lebanon Valley College

12:00 AM

Bodies Behind the Lines: A look at Quarantine in Albert Camus' The Plague

Caroline R. Buxenstein, Goucher College

12:00 AM

Celtic Culture and Early Christianity as Simultaneous Intellectual Movements in the Early Medieval Scotland and Ireland

Will Christian De Man, Calvin University

12:00 AM

Chance Sounds: Are They Music?

Rebecca Dulaney, University of Wyoming

12:00 AM

Coming Apart at the Seams : Violence, Fashion, and Race

Cameron T. Sauers, Gettysburg College

12:00 AM

Compounded Effects of the Model Minority Stereotype and Lack of Social Capital Among Vietnamese American Students

Brooke Olivia Quach, University of Texas at Austin

12:00 AM

Disabilities and Capabilities: A Challenge to Martha Nussbaum's Central Capabilities

Helen Bluemel Witte, Bergen Community College

12:00 AM

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind: Is Trauma Too Important to Be Erased

Eleanor McNamee, North Carolina State University

12:00 AM

Evolution to Madness: An Analysis into the Violent Disparity between 19th and 20th Century Serbian Nationalisms

David Castillo, University of Texas at El Paso

12:00 AM

How the Russo-Japanese War Affected U.S Naval and Marine Corps Policy, Strategy, and Tactics from 1904 to 1924

Houston Crudele, Weber State University

12:00 AM

Human Suffering in North Korea

Jessup Jong, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Indigeneity on the Atlantic Coast: Tracing the Political Mobilization of Miskitu Indians during the Nicaraguan Revolution

Madeline Bowman, University of Florida

12:00 AM

Linguistic Disobedience: The Intactness of the Minoritized Subject in Contemporary American Poetry

Saoirse ., Washington College

12:00 AM

Mass Media's Ideology of Middle Eastern Terror and the Impossibility of the Individual

Mohammed Khalid, University of Maryland - Baltimore County

12:00 AM

One of Wittgenstein’s Methods: A Defense and Elaboration of Baker’s Analogy

Griffin Pion, Vassar College

12:00 AM

Politics, Art and Dissent in Post-Fidel Cuba

Madeleine Zoe Hordinski, Ohio University

12:00 AM

Selling Out: The Market as Autonomy in Bronte's Jane Eyre

Zuzu Tadeushuk, Wesleyan University

12:00 AM

Tainted Daisies

Christina Harer, Concord University

12:00 AM

The American Symbol War: A Catalogue of Civil War Monuments

Kris Plunkett, Louisiana State University

12:00 AM

The Colonel: William Faulkner's Idol and Moral Compass

Mark Reichart, Stevenson University

12:00 AM

The History of Sorjuanismo: Tracing the Commitment of Mexico's Tenth Muse

Uriel Lopez-Serrano, Bowdoin College

12:00 AM

The Inter-Korean Relationship: Views from South Korean University Students

Rachel Christine Keenan, University of Kansas

12:00 AM

The Political Animal: Aristotle's Man and the Natural Political Life

Joseph Rodriguez, University of California, Berkeley

12:00 AM

The Stain of Slavery on the Black Women’s Body and the Development of Gynecology: Historical Trauma of a Black Women’s Body

Maia A. Hill, The Pennsylvania State University

12:00 AM

"This Isle is Full of Noises": Art as a Moral Force in W. H. Auden's The Sea and the Mirror

Maria Rossini, University of Dallas

12:00 AM

Triple Threat: Being Black, A Male, and an Educator

Kynnedy Tuggle, Rhodes College

12:00 AM

Thursday, May 14th
12:00 AM

False Prophets/Profits: The Effects of Post-WWII Consumerism on Religious Values in Flannery O'Connor's Fiction

Cody Turner, Davis and Elkins College

12:00 AM

Fighting Fire with Fire: The Evolution and Problems with Frantz Fanon's Manichean Logic

Brendan J. Dufty, College of Wooster

12:00 AM

Twenty-First Century Fear: Modern Anxiety as Expressed through Post-Apocalyptic Literature

Dominique Dickey, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Friday, May 15th
12:00 AM

Indigenous Evolution in a "Post-Racial" America in Tommy Orange's There There

Jordan Lindenman, SUNY Old Westbury

12:00 AM

James Baldwin in Paris: Liberation, Alienation, and Existentialism

Sophia Loughlin, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Weary Women: Victorian Women and the Navigation of Space-less-ness

Emily Alexander, Davis and Elkins College

12:00 AM

Sunday, May 17th
12:00 AM

Augustinian Reading and the Fallen Corpus in Donne and Milton

Kashaf Shahid Qureshi, Reed College

12:00 AM

Monday, May 18th
12:00 AM

In and Outside City Walls: Medieval Jewish Communities and Rulership in German Cities

Zoë Schwartz, Wittenberg University

12:00 AM

Morrison v. Moynihan: A Career Spent Dismissing the Moynihan Report

Sydney L. Kightlinger, Washington & Jefferson College

12:00 AM

Navigating a Posthuman World in Infinite Jest

Laura Rice, Marshall University

12:00 AM

Proportional: Poems

Noah Loveless, University of Maine, Orono

12:00 AM

Stories Untold: The Immigrant Workers of the Twin Towers

Valerie Nicole Edgington, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

12:00 AM

Tuesday, May 19th
12:00 AM

An Account of the Self

Linda Nicole Ready, Trinity University

12:00 AM

Art of the Cadaver: Spiritual and Secular in the East and West

Wanyan Ma, University of Pittsburgh

12:00 AM

Queer and Neurodivergent Identity Production within the Social Media Panopticon

Jamie Logan, Mills College

12:00 AM

Wednesday, May 20th
12:00 AM

Lost in Translation: Regional Culture and its Impact on Veterans

Nathan Anthony Tilton, University of California, Berkeley

12:00 AM

USS North Carolina

Ethan Robert Wilson, Greensboro College

12:00 AM

Thursday, May 21st
12:00 AM

Evaluating Cultural Implications of Chinese Parks: Taking Sichuan Province Parks as an Example

Lauren Waldman, Oberlin College

12:00 AM

Friday, May 22nd
12:00 AM

How does art attempt to understand its own political implications? Looking at Kazuo Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go

Rishabh Kumar, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Tuesday, May 26th
12:00 AM

A Bubble of the American Dream: Experiences of Asian students at key universities in the midst of racist movements in Progressive-Era California

Chang Woo Lee, Santa Clara University

12:00 AM

Houston, We Have a Problem: Humanity & Home in 2001: A Space Odyssey

Charlotte Grace McGill Wood, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

The Last Echoes of Spanish Louisiana: Observations of the Isleño Spanish Dialect of St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana

Andrew Miloshoff, Purdue University Northwest

12:00 AM

Friday, May 29th
12:00 AM

A Knock in the Night: Short Story

Ujwal Singh Rajaputhra, University of Southern California

12:00 AM

Republican Motherhood, the American Revolution, and the Persistence of Memory: the Legacy of the Livingston Daughters

Elizabeth Thorsen, Kean University

12:00 AM

Tuesday, June 2nd
12:00 AM

A Seed of Inspiration: Motivating Factors for Seed Bank Managers in South East Asia

Kyleah Kirby, Wheaton College

12:00 AM

By Virtue of Yoga Powers: The Image of Divinity in Swaminarayan Hinduism

Mukti Patel, University of Toronto

12:00 AM

Danse Macabre: The Black Death Through the Global Health Lens

Dominic Ignatius Antinozzi, Allegheny College

12:00 AM

For the Sake of the Environment?: Policing and Control in Glacier Bay National Park

Cecilia Slane, DePauw University

12:00 AM

Hart-Celler Act and the Civil Rights Movement

Ju Young Yun, Trinity University

12:00 AM

The Cold War and the Genocide Convention: A History of the United States’ Refusal to Ratify

Suzanne Hill, Trinity University

12:00 AM

The Narration of Art on Google Arts and Culture

Aishan Zhang, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

12:00 AM

The Nature of Disloyalty: Attitudes Towards Treason and Exile in the Ancient Mediterranean

Matthew Kenny, Rhodes College

12:00 AM

The Unexplored History of Brockton, Massachusetts’ Residential Racial Inequity

Brianna Bryson, Suffolk University

12:00 AM

The White Circle: Womanhood in Elizabeth Bowen’s “Look at All Those Roses”

Claire Holland, University of Chicago

12:00 AM

What Is Enough?: Understanding the Ostracization of Mixed People and How They Reaffirm Their Identity.

Kiera Miles, University of San Francisco

12:00 AM

Sunday, June 7th
12:00 AM

Leaving the Tech Funnel: How Top Students Come to Reject "Prestigious Jobs"

Evan Cui, University of California, Berkeley

12:00 AM

Wednesday, June 10th
12:00 AM

The Usage of Voseo in Social Media: Hondurans and Salvadorans in the United States

Selvyn Yovany Martinez Barahona

12:00 AM

Thursday, June 11th
12:00 AM

Gendering of Leisure Forms and its Impact on Women in Areas of Conflict: A Case Study of Jammu & Kashmir

Anusha Wani, Lady Shri Ram College for Women
Yana Azaad, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi University
Vedika Pillai, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi University

12:00 AM

The Grey and the Liminal: A Study of YA Fantasy

Angelamarie Malkoun, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Friday, June 12th
12:00 AM

The Dark Selfish Thief: The Image of Vishnu in Social Justice Movements

Sree Maha Vedala, Millsaps College

12:00 AM

Monday, June 15th
12:00 AM

Future and Integration of the European Union: An Insight into the intersection of gender and ethnicity in university students

Renee Robinson, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Philosophers and Priests: Nietzsche’s Engagement with Vedanta and his Problematic Confusions in On the Genealogy of Morals

Pranati Parikh, Harvard University

12:00 AM

Tuesday, June 16th
12:00 AM

A Deep Dive into Death: Analysis and Arguments from Three Philosophical Frameworks

Isabelle Olivia Riddle, University of Georgia

12:00 AM

The Ruiz Riots and the Possibility of Counterhistory

Benjamin Halom, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

12:00 AM

Thursday, June 18th
12:00 AM

Caution! Children at play: understanding youth sport as an aesthetic education towards self-confident embodiment

Rosella LoChirco, Kalamazoo College

12:00 AM

Monday, June 29th
12:00 AM

Bluegrass Ain’t Just Music: Democratic Campaigning and the Resurgence of Grassroots Organizing

Gabriel Gurule, Michigan State University

12:00 AM

How to Develop a Black Student-Led Support Infrastructure at a PWI

Kamali Clora, Wayne State University
Miles N. Reuben, Wayne State University

12:00 AM

Wednesday, July 1st
12:00 AM

Racism Beyond Cognition: a Lacanian Psychoanalysis of the United States’ Terror of and Intimacy with the Other

Johanna Haesoo Jeung, Kalamazoo College

12:00 AM

Wednesday, July 22nd
12:00 AM

Is it Magic: A Discourse on Women in The Tempest

Lara Roman-Lopez, University of California - Berkeley

12:00 AM

Thursday, July 30th
12:00 AM

What Makes a Cité a City? A Parisian Case Study For a City’s Algorithmic Model

Isabella Castillo, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Monday, August 3rd
12:00 AM

Clawing for Power: Merricat and Constance’s Struggle Over Patriarchal Oppression

Savannah Gregg, Davis & Elkins College

12:00 AM

Thursday, September 17th
12:00 AM

Speak, Beloved: A Study on Trauma Narratives in Literature Now, and Onwards

Lydia Abedeen, Emory University

12:00 AM