CLST Graduate Student Works-In-Progress Symposium

March 23, 2017 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm

The Cultural Studies Graduate Student Organization invites students and faculty to its first CLST Graduate Student Works-In-Progress Symposium, in William Pitt Union Dining Room B. The lineup:

Tyler Brunette, Department of Communication, “A (Cyber)Space of Their Own: The Internet’s Restructuring of Children’s Social Lives in Rural Northern Wisconsin.”

Jordan Clarke Hayes, Department of English, "Networked Wayfinding by the Forcibly Displaced: Mobile Technology and the Human Rights of Refugees."

Katherine Kidd, Department of English. “Classing Extreme Failure: The Role of Abjection in Three Contemporary Novels.”

Le'Mil Eiland, Theater and Performance Studies, “Citation in African American Contemporary Performance: Shifting Space and Time."

Snacks and drinks will be provided!