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AGUA Student Lecture Series


Nov 15 2019 - 3:00pm

Friday, November 15, 2019
3:00–5:00 p.m.
Haury Room 216

(Appetizers at Gentle Ben’s right after!)

Student Presentations:

Daniel J. Horschler, Laurie R. Santos, and Evan L. Maclean: Do monkeys understand knowledge and ignorance?

Matt Winter: Beyond the Tomb and Relic: Video Games as Artifact and Culture for the Representations of Archaeology in Popular Culture

Austin Duncan: The Precarious Life of TBI: The Importance of Social Interactions in the Daily Lives of TBI Survivors in the US

Allison Stuewe: Iraqi Ezidi Survivors and the Making of the "Ideal" Refugee

Ziya Kaya: Making a Workplace in the Globalized Political Economy: Greenhouse Production in Western Turkey

Rachel Rosenbaum: Regenerating Lebanon: Changing Environmental Infrastructures in Beirut

Evaluation Panel: Dr. Diane Austin, Dr. Ivy Pike, and Dr. Lars Fogelin.

Read the abstracts here!

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