Event Title

Undergraduate Student Roundtable

Location

157A Student Union (Atlantis Room)

Start Date

21-10-2016 9:00 AM

End Date

21-10-2016 10:30 AM

Description

Faculty facilitator: Gabriel Rieger, Concord University

  • Lauren Van Atta, University of Dayton, “Navigating a Fluid Space: How Deceit Reveals the Blurred Line Between the Homosocial and the Homoerotic”
  • Elizabeth Pedrotti, University of Dayton, “Hath not [an Italian] hands?” Shakespeare’s Statement on Italian Stereotypes and Gender Conceptions in Early Modern England ”
  • Thomas Slagle, Youngstown State University, “‘Awful Rule and Right Supremacy:’ Marriage Ideologies and the Instability of Patriarchy in The Taming of the Shrew
  • Marissa Marie Gray, Youngstown State University, “Still Life in Flowers: Ophelia’s Self-Immolation as an Act of Rebellion in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet: Prince of Denmark
  • Kathryn Kuchefski, Ohio Northern University, “Revenge and Titus in Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus
  • Justin Gillingham, Bowling Green State University, “Othello: A Racialized History”
  • Edward Probasco, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, “Encountering the Loss of Innocence: ‘Macbeth does murder sleep’”
  • Shubham Maini, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, “Bard meets Bollywood, A Site of Resistance”


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Oct 21st, 9:00 AM Oct 21st, 10:30 AM

Undergraduate Student Roundtable

157A Student Union (Atlantis Room)

Faculty facilitator: Gabriel Rieger, Concord University

  • Lauren Van Atta, University of Dayton, “Navigating a Fluid Space: How Deceit Reveals the Blurred Line Between the Homosocial and the Homoerotic”
  • Elizabeth Pedrotti, University of Dayton, “Hath not [an Italian] hands?” Shakespeare’s Statement on Italian Stereotypes and Gender Conceptions in Early Modern England ”
  • Thomas Slagle, Youngstown State University, “‘Awful Rule and Right Supremacy:’ Marriage Ideologies and the Instability of Patriarchy in The Taming of the Shrew
  • Marissa Marie Gray, Youngstown State University, “Still Life in Flowers: Ophelia’s Self-Immolation as an Act of Rebellion in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet: Prince of Denmark
  • Kathryn Kuchefski, Ohio Northern University, “Revenge and Titus in Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus
  • Justin Gillingham, Bowling Green State University, “Othello: A Racialized History”
  • Edward Probasco, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, “Encountering the Loss of Innocence: ‘Macbeth does murder sleep’”
  • Shubham Maini, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, “Bard meets Bollywood, A Site of Resistance”