During a time of fear and uncertainty, it is so important to retain our sense of community. This is why we made the decision to move forward with the 5th Annual Crafting Civil Discourse Conference in a shortened online format.
The Crafting Civil Discourse Roundtable: Learning and Teaching During a Pandemic took place on Saturday, April 25, from 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. on Zoom.
Roundtable presenters included: Becky Tracey, Sandra Doller, Martha Stoddard Holmes, Nikole Barnes and Jake Lovell.
Postmodernism in Winesburg, Ohio, Robbie Hammel
Egoism and the Post-Anarchic: Max Stirner's New Individualism, Kristian Pr'Out
Hiding in Plain Sight: A Historical and Cultural Study of Gay Community in America, Luis Quintenilla
The Contrary Cycle of Dominance and Care, Lisandra Natali De Luca
Anime as Literature, Quito Barajas
Rendered Out of Commission: Othered Arabs and Abject Rhetoric in Service of Empire, Yasmin Manley
The College Student, Bryanna Martinez
Shia LaBeouf by Shia LaBeouf: Subversive Recontextualization and Celebrity Self-Authorship, Elizabeth Roush
Anaylzing "The Culture Industry" through Parks and Recreation's Tom Haverford, Lara Amin
Red Dead Recolonization, Ian Galbraith
Problematizing Female Representation in the Post-Colonial Realm, Mikayla Keehn
Constructed Landscapes: Impact on Physical Space and Bodily Experience, Erica Wahlgren
The Idea of Key West Poetics: Unraveling Hart Crave and Wallace Stevens' Modernist Imperialism, Jan Leonard Maramot Rodil
Jadis & Morgan le Fay: Sisters in Witchcraft, Kerry Baker
Never Just "Snow White": The Fair Little Princess, Zev Anbar
She's a Dangerous Woman (to Society): The Cultural Work of Babyface, Rachel Seymour
Abjection and the Witch in Film and Literature, Jesse Grizzle