Annual CLST Lightning Rounds in 402-CL Classroom

April 5, 2017 - 10:00am to 11:30am

Learn about five of the best dissertations being written by CLST certificate students enrolled in this year's dissertation colloquium.  Each presentation will be in the exciting Pecha Kucha format: 20 slides, twenty seconds each, for a nearly seven-minute running time.  A question and answer session will follow. Refreshments will be provided.

Olga Blackledge, Visiting Instructor, Department of Communication, Former CLST Fellow
“From Posters to Fairy-Tales: The Politics of Soviet Animation.”
 
Tyler Brunette, Teaching Fellow, Department of Communication
“A (Subaltern) Space of Their Own: Public Space, Middle-class Childhood, and Late Capitalism.”
 
Olga Kim, Slavic Languages & Literatures, and Film Studies, Current CLST Fellow
“Soviet Tableaux: Ethno-National Cinemas under Late Socialism”
 
Donica O’Malley, Teaching Fellow, Department of Communication
“From Redhead to Ginger: Othering Whiteness in New Media.”
 
Paulina Tomkowicz, Department of French and Italian, Current CLST Fellow
“Pataphysics in France: Affect, Virtuality, and the Experimental Works of the Collège de
Pataphysique, the Oulipo, and the Mouvement Panique”
 
Hosted by CLST Director Ronald J. Zboray, Professor of Communication