ORAL PRESENTATION SCHEDULE
Thursday, April 15
Linguistics, Noon – 1 p.m.
Alisha Van Eimeren
The Psycholinguistics of Animal Oppression in American English
Difficult Words: Encoding Novel Information
Melody Ann Ross
The Dynamics of Hunter-Gatherer Language Change in NW Amazonia
Robert Corona and Randall Rouse
The NEST Project
Sociology and Asian Studies, 1 – 2 p.m.
Lorin Ann Lee
Ni Hao? A Shift in U.S.-China Relations
Construction of Identity: Autobiographical Essays by Chinese-Americans and Chinese-Swedes on Self-perception and Career Choices
English and Classics, 2 – 3 p.m.
The Absent Woman: Susan Glaspell and the Construction of Identity
The Duke and His Justice
The Body with the Bones Laid Bare: The Anorexic Narrative and Embodied Subjectivity in Charlotte Brontë’s Villette
Fighting for Others: Greek Mercenaries in the 4th Century BC
Philosophy, 3 – 4p.m.
Just How Blind is Justice? An Examination of the Relationship between Justice and Fairness
Making Inferences Despite Vagueness
Economics and Latin American Studies, 4 – 5 p.m.
Economic Impact of Microlending on Local Economies
Murales Zapatistas: An Iconography from Below and to the Left