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  • Erin D'Aleo (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Words such as casta?uelas, baile, claves, and toque de palmas are lost on the ears of most people, but not to performers of the Spanish dances Flamenco and the popularized Salsa. During my semester abroad in Alicante, ...
  • Meredith Allen; Emily .Buffard; Andrea Dimauro (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Feeling Whose Pain'| Exploring the Clinton '90s' Feeling Whose Pain maps American culture during the 1990s by surveying "Clinton's America.' Three research papers explore a collage of cultural contradictions and political ...
  • Matthew J Pereira (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Revised abstract for AECMatthew Pereira?Gay Best Friend: Reshaping Ideologies of Gay Masculinity on Film?This study examines the 2013 film G.B.F (Gay Best Friend). This film is one of the few mainstream teen-comedies with ...
  • Amie Gagnon (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    In times of war, enemies are constructed through a process of dehumanization. This process takes on a myriad of different forms which then permeate societies to create an unnatural 'other'. Oftentimes, these 'others' are ...
  • Matthew Bilodeau (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Universal's horror classic Frankenstein set the template for the classic monster based on its stunning cinematography, lavish set design and thought-provoking themes. Most audiences instantly refer to the 1931 feature ...
  • Autumn L Minery; Katelyn Franco; Heather Cory (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Memoir, a subgenre of creative nonfiction, has come to be known as the 'fourth genre' of creative writing. In combining true stories with creative narrative techniques, memoir contains both fact and fiction. Writer and ...
  • Meghan Jenks; Laken Thomas; Norman Valley; Phoebe Buckman (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Qualitative research allows for a thorough understanding of human social and emotional phenomena. This panel presentation focuses on the importance of qualitative intrinsic case studies conducted by members of the Honors ...
  • Jewel L Bean; Heather Aldrich; Caitlyn McCain; Zackary Creamer (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Qualitative research allows for a thorough understanding of human social and emotional phenomena. This panel presentation focuses on the importance of qualitative intrinsic case studies conducted by members of the Honors ...
  • Andrew White (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    This paper analyzes the role of nihilism in the films of Bela Tarr. By examining the use of slow cinema techniques and the near-constant influence of Friedrich Nietzsche, I argue that Tarr's films present a nihilistic world ...
  • Gabby R Boyle (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    In this paper, I investigate the ways cinematic representations of space, time, and gender can create the possibility for transgressive representational practices. Using a theoretical framework informed by both queer theory ...
  • Abbie Brown (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Only You, Elvis, and Balls: A choreographic exploration of awkwardnessThis presentation reveals the choreographic process of taking common experiences of finding oneself in an awkward moment and translating the emotions ...
  • John O White (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    James Macpherson published "The Poems of Ossian" in 1760 as part of Fragments of Ancient Poetry, Collected in the Highlands of Scotland, and Translated From the Gaelic or Erse Language to much fanfare and popular acclaim. ...
  • Michelle Green; Alexandra Abbate; Sandra Kayira; Isabelle Rose (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Planned Parenthood has been at the center of the controversy regarding whether or not it is society?s moral obligation to fund such services as abortion, STD/HIV testing, birth control and other women?s health services. ...
  • Kayla D Magan; Tanner Semmelrock; Katherine Marren; Dylan Renner (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Living in Poland and studying at Jagiellonian University were among the greatest educational experiences of our collective lives. Krakow was a perfect intellectual hub, allowing easy and inexpensive travel to key historical ...
  • Jewel L Bean (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    This paper seeks to understand how contemporary Poles address the various roles their ancestors played during the Holocaust, and how that past trauma has affected their collective memory. Through analysis of written ...
  • Kathryn A. Gillum (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Genocide often starts before one drop of blood is even spilt. In identifying risk factors we can stop genocide before that ever happens. Today, there are many models of risk assessments, which are internationally used to ...
  • Erik Gustafson (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    This presentation seeks to explore the relationship between Jewish and German art in a post-Holocaust world. It will examine the work of two contemporary artists - a Jewish survivor, Samuel Bak, and Anselm Kiefer, a German ...
  • Meghan Jenks (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    The Global Engagement course is an essential part of an Honors student's experience. It gives them the opportunity to expand their world view and cultural understanding not only of nations abroad but also of the United ...
  • elizabeth r Sievering; John Huddard; Jenna Grey; Abby Call; Gabrielle Cianciolo (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    Standardized Testing The implementation of No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001 changed American schools from a place of learning to a place of testing. We will share our research that focuses on standardized testing ...
  • Shannon E Cavanaugh (Keene State College, 4/9/2016)
    This research applies Jeffery Alexander's Theory of Cultural Trauma to post-genocide Rwanda. Alexander challenges the present understanding of cultural trauma, arguing that difficult societal events are not inherently ...

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