TiA 2014 Schedule

5:30 pm – 6:30 pm on Friday, April 25th | Keynote Address with Professor Elizabeth Hoover, American Studies and Ethnic Studies (Petteruti Lounge)

Introduction by Dean Margaret Klawunn

6:30 pm – 8:00 pm on Friday, April 25th | Reflecting on Success: TiA Kickoff Reception (Leung Gallery)

11:30 am – 12:50 pm on Saturday, April 26th
Asking Before Implementing: How Studying Communities Builds Effective Policies
Through the Back Door: Insider Perspectives on the Global Economy 

1:00 pm – 2:20 pm on Saturday, April 26th
Social & Political Transformation: Collective Mobilization and the State in North Africa, Argentina, and The United States
Narratives of Identity

2:30 pm – 3:50 pm on Saturday, April 26th
Crafting a Social Narrative in the Digital Agewinner of the Synergy Award!
Justifying Cultural Logic

4:00 pm – 5:20 pm on Saturday, April 26th
Lessons from Language: Education, Preservation, and Reflection
Mirror or Mirage: Race and National Identity in the Media

11:30 am – 12:50 pm on Sunday, April 27th
Agitate and Activate: Leading Communities from Understanding to Social Action
Exploring the Human Response to Music and Dance

1:00 pm – 2:20 pm on Sunday, April 27th
Rape, Pleasure, Reproduction and Justice
Navigating Brown

2:30 pm – 3:50 pm on Sunday, April 27th
From Public to Publics: The Challenges of Communicating Science Across Different Audiences in the 21st Century
Putting the Patient in Patient-Centered Care: Communicating Across Difference in Prisons, Refugee Healthcare, and the NICU

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm on Sunday, April 27th | Poster Session (Leung Gallery)

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm | Reception & TiA 2014 Closing Remarks (Leung Gallery)

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Asking Before Implementing: How Studying Communities Builds Effective Policies (view the video)
11:30 am – 12:50 pm on Saturday, April 26th in Kasper Multipurpose Room
Facilitated by Shane Lloyd, Assistant Director for First & Second Year Programs at the Third World Center

  • The Role of School Resources Officers in the School to Prison Pipeline: An Analysis of School Resource Officer Effectiveness, by Alvina Pillai
  • Text Rhode Island: Texting, Homelessness, and Empowerment, by Amanda Chew
  • Where Should Grandpa Go? Aging in Place in Rhode Island, by Ashlyn Koga
  • Rhode Island’s Urban Fiscal Crisis: Finance, Politics, and Bankruptcy by Audrey Davis

Through the Back Door: Insider Perspectives on the Global Economy (view the video)
11:30 am – 12:50 pm on Saturday, April 26th in Petteruti Lounge
Facilitated by Jim Amspacher, Career Advisor at the CareerLAB

  • Manual Intervention: A Path-dependency Analysis of the Influence of Values in Three Private Voluntary Initiatives, by Youbin Kang
  • The price of cheap chicken: hidden environmental and social costs of industrial poultry production, by Elizabeth Castner
  • Challenging the Relationship between Institutions and Economic Integration: The Path to Cross-Strait Commerce, by Justin Crist Lee
  • Bureaucracy After Liberalization: The Delhi Development Authority & the World-Class City, by David Adler

Social & Political Transformation: Collective Mobilization and the State in North Africa, Argentina, and The United States (view the video)
1:00 pm – 2:20 pm on Saturday, April 26th in Petteruti Lounge
Facilitated by Maura Pavalow ’11, Graduate Intern at the Third World Center  

Narratives of Identity (view the video)
1:00 pm – 2:20 pm on Saturday, April 26th in Kasper Multipurpose Room
Facilitated by Shane Lloyd, Assistant Director for First & Second Year Programs at the Third World Center

Crafting a Social Narrative in the Digital Age (view the video):  Winner of the Synergy Award!
2:30 pm – 3:50 pm on Saturday, April 26th in Petteruti Lounge
Facilitated by Janet Isserlis, Program Manager at the Swearer Center for Public Service

Justifying Cultural Logic (view the video)
2:30 pm – 3:50 pm on Saturday, April 26th in Kasper Multipurpose Room
Facilitated by Catherine Axe ’87, Director of Student and Employee Accessibility Support Services

  • Waxing Woman, Waning Empire: Imperial Decline National Identity in Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway, by Grier Stockman
  • Stuck in Race-Neutral: The Rise and Reign of Reactionary Colorblindness, by Sam Rosen
  • Scottish Independence: The Question of National Identity, by Christina Sun

Lessons from Language: Education, Preservation, and Reflection (view the video)
4:00 pm – 5:20 pm on Saturday, April 26th in Petteruti Lounge
Facilitated by Kisa Takesue, Director of Leadership Programs in the Office of Continuing Education  

  • Autonomy, Learning, and the University, by Brian Kundinger
  • Shanghainese: The Plight of a Local Language in a Global City, by Daphne Xu
  • Language in Motion: Early Education at the Rhode Island School for the Deaf, by Tori Wilson

Mirror or Mirage: Race and National Identity in the Media (view the video)
4:00 pm – 5:20 pm on Saturday, April 26th in Kasper Multipurpose Room
Facilitated by Peggy Chang, Director of the Curricular Resource Center

  • Mediating Response: Victimhood, Media, and Humanitarian Response to Disaster, by Takeru Nagayoshi
  • Images of Black Women in Brazilian Music Videos, by Devon Reynolds

Agitate and Activate: Leading Communities from Understanding to Social Action (view the video)
11:30 am – 12:50 pm on Sunday, April 27th in Petteruti Lounge
Facilitated by Kelly Garrett, Program Director at the LGBTQ Center

Exploring the Human Response to Music and Dance (view the video)
11:30 am – 12:50 pm on Sunday, April 27th in Kasper Multipurpose Room
Facilitated by Janet Isserlis, Program Manager at the Swearer Center for Public Service

Rape, Pleasure, Reproduction and Justice (view the video)
1:00 pm – 2:20 pm on Sunday, April 27th in Petteruti Lounge
Facilitated by Gail Cohee, Director of the Sarah Doyle Women’s Center

  • Asian American Reproductive Justice Oral History Project, by Juhee Kwon
  • The Roots and (Future) Ruin of the American Rape Culture, by Lucy Feldman
  • Third Wave Feminism and the Politics of Sexual Consent in the Female Sexuality Workshop (FemSex), by Darcy Pinkerton

Navigating Brown TiA Presentation (view the video)
1:00 pm – 2:20 pm on Sunday, April 27th in Kasper Multipurpose Room
Facilitated by Tim Shiner, Director of the Student Activities Office

  • Curricular Theory into Daily Practice: The Meiklejohn Peer Advising Program, by Kayla Rosen, Sana Majid, Ted Burke and Raghava Kamalesh
  • Enriched Perspectives: How Brown Undergraduates Navigate Campus Culture Based on Their Social Class, by Gwendolyn Rogers
  • Converge for Change: Navigating Social Justice in Providence, Brown, and Beyond?, by Jenny Li and Becca Wolinsky

From Public to Publics: The Challenges of Communicating Science Across Different Audiences in the 21st Century (view the video)
2:30 pm – 3:50 pm on Sunday, April 27th in Kasper Multipurpose Room
Facilitated by Joseph Browne, New Scientist Program Coordinator

  • From Sub-Atomic to Cosmic: Visually Communicating Extreme Scale in Science Communication, by Jessica Brodsky
  • A Closer Look: Presentation of Audio Field Guides created about Geologic Sites in Rhode Island, by Gina Roberti
  • Achieving Disagreement: Competing Epistemologies of Climate Change Strategies in the “Death of Environmentalism” Debates, by Jacqueline Ho

Putting the Patient in Patient-Centered Care: Communicating Across Difference in Prisons, Refugee Healthcare, and the NICU (view the video)
2:30 pm – 3:50 pm on Sunday, April 27th in Memorial Room, Campus Center 229
Facilitated by Joshua Segui, Assistant Director for Co-Curricular Initiatives at the Third World Center

  • Biomedicine and Refugee Health Programming in Historical Context, by Becca Wolinsky
  • Methods to Improve Test Distribution at the RI Adult Correctional Institute (ACI), by Kathryn Hawrot
  • Transitioning from the NICU to Home: Experiences of Spanish-Speaking Parents with Medicaid Infants, by Natalie Posever

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm on Sunday, April 27th | Poster Session (Leung Gallery)

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