CLST is pleased to present five of its best dissertations-in-progress via seven-minute-long presentations followed by Q&A, and accompanied by a light lunch.
“'Neither Maids nor Servants': Workers, Changing Labor Laws and Cultures of Citizenship in Contemporary Argentina," Maria Lis Baiocchi, Anthropology, CLST Fellow 2016-2017.
"Animated States: The Technology, Politics, and Aesthetics of Soviet and German Cel Animation, 1930-1940s," Olga Blackledge, Communication, CLST Fellow 2014-2015.
"Soviet Tableaux: Ethno-National Cinemas under Late Socialism," Olga Kim, Film Studies, CLST Fellow 2016-2017.
"Invisible to the Eye: Rhetoric of Ethical Emotionality in Fred Rogers’ Neighborhood," Alexandra Klarén, Communication, Fred Rogers Memorial Fellow. (Pre-recorded presentation).
"When Time’s Arrows Collide: Historical Critique in Indigenous Contemporary Art," Henry Skerritt, History of Art and Architecture, CLST Fellow 2015-2016.
Hosted by Ronald J. Zboray, Professor of Communication, CLST Director.