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American Studies Senior Thesis Symposium

Monday, April 28, 2014 2:00 PM - Monday, April 28, 2014 4:30 PM
SUB, Luminaria Room (3rd Floor)

The American Studies Department's Senior Thesis Symposium will showcases undergraduate senior research projects. This year, eight presentations will be given:  

James Ardis - Body of Controversy

Joshua Blea - This is “New” Country Music

Jacob Chavez - Punk’s Not Dead: The Evolution of Punk in American Youth Culture

Neal Clawson - The Effects of the Consumer Mentality in the Deregulated Financial System: Wall Street, the Recession, and the Inflated American Dream 

Bertha Gomez - Human Trafficking and U.S.-Mexico Binational Relations

Alexis Laube-Manigault - Community Based Schools as Sites of Social Transformation?

Jessie Parker - Engaging Whiteness in Critical Multicultural Education

Brittany Sanchez - Lara Croft: A Heroine, Icon and Sexual Symbol


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