ENGLISH: May 8, 2020 (11:00 AM – 3:20 PM) *To RSVP or register for this URECA/English Honors Symposium (schedule below*), please contact Professor Justin Omar Johnston (email@example.com).
HISTORY: May 8, 2020 (4:00 PM – 5:15 PM) *To RSVP or register for this conference, please contact Professor Nancy Tomes (firstname.lastname@example.org).
HONORS COLLEGE SENIOR SYMPOSIUM: Available via link below. Link: https://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/honors-college/academics/honors-college-senior-symposium-2020.php
LINGUISTICS: May 8, 2020 (12-1 PM) *To RSVP or register for this Senior Honors Thesis symposium, please contact Professor Marie Huffman (Marie.Huffman@stonybrook.edu)
MATERIAL SCIENCES & CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: May 7, 2020 (2:30 PM – 4:30 PM) *To RSVP or register for this Senior Research Thesis symposium, please contact Professor Miriam Rafailovich (email@example.com).
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: May 6, 2020 (1:00 PM – 2:00 PM) *To RSVP or register for this conference, please contact Professor Jay Mendelson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
PHYSICS: May 7, 2020 (2:00 PM) *To RSVP or register for this conference, please contact Professor Robert McCarthy (email@example.com).
PSYCHOLOGY: May 6, 2020 (1:00 PM – 3:10 PM) *To RSVP or register for this conference, please contact Psi Chi Member, Steven Honovic (firstname.lastname@example.org).
*English Department Honors Symposium Schedule (Friday, May 8, 2020)
PANEL ONE: 11:00-12:20
Emma Cesario — The Pen in her Hand: Anne’s Voice and the Ending of Persuasion
Annaliese Brellis — The Anorexic Battle for Psychological and Social Control in Laurie Halse Anderson’s Wintergirls
Zachary Schulman — Matrices of Character: Fictional-World Control-Narrative Discrepancies Between Authors and Audiences
Lizzy Johnson — The Macabre of Matriarchy: Fear, Female Empowerment, and the Influence of Puritanism in Contemporary Horror.
PANEL TWO: 12:30-1:50
Adiba Khan — Revisiting Mimicry
Jake Vincel — Only All Palaver: Joyce, Dubliners, and the War on Language
Sana Rahman — ‘”The worst injury is feeling you don’t belong so much to you”: The Immersive Voice of Citizen in the American Discussion of Race’.
Melissa McMonagle — TBD
PANEL THREE: 2:00-3:20 Renee Senzatimore — “When Matter learns to love itself” The Vitalist vision of Phillip Pullman Hunter Buehler — The Secular Benefits of Religion in the Anthropocene as seen in Atwood’s The Year of the Flood Sean McDonaugh — Journeys in Belief: An Examination of “The Will to Believe” in As I Lay Dying and The Grapes of Wrath Liam Keith — TBD