Hall Center For The Humanities


Susie McClannahan, Jeff Carmody
Susie McClannahan, Global & International Studies/East Asian Languages & Cultures; Jeff Carmody, Philosophy/Linguistics

Undergraduate Research Seminar

Fri., Oct. 17, 2014, 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Open to undergraduates only
Location: Hall Center

"Conditional Universality of Human Rights"; "Narratives of American Identity as Manifest in Ailanthus altissima, Commonly Called the Tree of Heaven".

Modeled after Hall Center faculty seminars, the Undergraduate seminars' goal is to introduce students to the collective aspect of the production of knowledge, allowing for the works in progress to expand and improve based on of the exchange of viewpoints. Motivated undergraduate students will present on their current research in collaboration with faculty moderators Anne Dotter (Associate Director, Curricular, Co-Curricular, Engaged Learning, Honors), F. Michael Wuthrich (Assistant Director, Center for Global and International Studies), and Nicole Hodges Persley (Assistant Professor, Theatre). Particular attention is given to projects lending themselves to interdisciplinary and international inquiries. Interested undergraduate students are welcome to attend.  Seating is limited; arrive early to ensure a seat.

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