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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

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

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

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

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

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

Olivia Ilene Fuson, Creighton 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 Setauket Gang: The American Revolutionary War Spy Ring you've never heard about

Fran Leskovar, University of Puget Sound

12:00 AM

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

Candace Wang, University of California, Berkeley

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

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

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

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

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

Gendered Racial Microaggressions and Coping in Black Women

Esmeralda Lezama Ruiz, Marquette 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

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

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 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

"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

"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

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

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

Breastfeeding and Feminism in France

Megan Wadsworth, University of Mississippi

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

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

Mapping the Modern History of Philosophy of Religion with Machine Learning

Jackson C. Foster, University of Alabama

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

Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Child Soldiers

Jennifer Delgado, Nichols College

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

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

Jahaira Pacheco, University of California, Irvine

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

Grayson Myers, McDaniel College

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

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

Friday, May 1st
12:00 AM

Activism Throughout the Years at Johns Hopkins University

Lubna Azmi, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

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

Meanna Gray

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

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

Julianna K. Rak, Trinity University

12:00 AM

Hypatia's Life and Death From Ancient to Modern Centuries

Kaitlyn Morrison, Lee University

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

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

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 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

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

Keanu Hawk Gallardo, University of California, Irvine

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

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

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

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

Hunter Douglas Whann, University of Alabama

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

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

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

Emily Rosenau, University of Arkansas

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 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

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

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

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

Hegelian Agency and Communication in William Gaddis' "JR"

Ryan Andrew Paragas Hacek, Purdue University - West Lafayette

12:00 AM

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

Yasmeen Berry, Henry Ford College

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

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

Olivia Stankus, Southwestern 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

Thursday, May 7th
12:00 AM

A Woman's Spirit

Taylor King, University of South Carolina - Beaufort

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

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

Cody Thompson, Augsburg University

12:00 AM

The Short Story Cycle and What We Should Be Thinking

Julie Kramer, Indiana University East

12:00 AM

Tuesday, May 12th
12:00 AM

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

Julia Ross, Johns Hopkins University

12:00 AM

Wednesday, May 13th
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

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

Caroline R. Buxenstein, Goucher 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

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

Jeannie Soairse, 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

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

Uriel Lopez-Serrano, Bowdoin College

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

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

Brendan J. Dufty, College of Wooster

12:00 AM

Monday, May 18th
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

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

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

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

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

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

Cecilia Slane, DePauw 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

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

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

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