Scholars’ Studio

S D L R WO LIDE L O C
i. Opening Presentation
Theresa Mudrock
HISTORY LIBRARIAN

Join us for a fun, informal, interdisciplinary event featuring 10 rapid-fire lightning talks (5 minutes each), given by graduate students and postdocs doing research related to our theme: worlds collide. Talks will be followed by a Q&A with presenters, reception, and conversation.

S N O M M O C E H T @ H C R A RESE

I. Countering Conflict with the Mundane: Ethnic Interaction and Civil Society in Latvia
Indra Ekmanis
JACKSON SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

II. Natural and Cultural Worlds Collide: the New Neptunian Course of California Civilization
John Paul Calavitta
ENGLISH

FIG. A

III. Nanoscience in Healthcare: Diagnosing Drug Resistance in Developing Nations
Shin Inoue
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

VII. And One For All: The Clash Between Communitarian and Autonomous Societies in Genetic Research
Emmi Bane
INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH GENETICS

FIG. B

IV. Semiotics in Creole-Speaking Melanesia
Andrew Livingston
LINGUISTICS

VIII. Massacring the Colonials à la Foucault
Alan-Michael Weatherford
COMPARATIVE LITERATURE

FIG. C

REFRESHME NTS PROVIDED !

V. Higher Ed and Athletics: When Identities Collide for the Developing Individual
Mike Bryant
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

IX. Promoting Positive Interracial Interactions in Young Children
Adrianne Eason
PSYCHOLOGY

VI. Mozart in the Wild West
Katherine Isbill Emeneth
MUSIC

X. Laboratory Time Travel
Sonia Singhal
BIOLOGY

Thursday, November 21 4 – 5:30 pm
More information at commons.lib. washington.edu/scholarsstudio

FIG. A FIG. B FIG. C

OTTOMAN AND ROMAN WORLDS COLLIDE IN BATTLE PLANETARY WORLDS COLLIDE IN SPACE STAR CROSSED LOVERS CAUSE FUEDING WORLDS TO COLLIDE

A: IMAGE COURTESY FCIT

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