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CLACS Summer Graduate Research Fellowship Workshop 2020

Event Type
Other
Sponsor
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS)
Location
101 International Studies Building, 910 S Fifth St, Champaign, IL 61820
Date
Feb 7, 2020 - Feb 8, 2020   9:00 am  
Contact
Kasia Szremski
E-Mail
szremski@illinois.edu
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Originating Calendar
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS)

SUMMER GRADUATE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP WORKSHOP 2020
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies  

                                                  
Friday, February 7th

  • 8:30- 8:50    Breakfast
  • 8:50- 9:00    Welcome - Dr. Kasia Szremski (CLACS, Associate Director)

PANEL 1

  • 9:00- 9:20      Brunna Bozzi  (Spanish and Portuguese). “Gendering Development: Brazilian Women's Organizations in the Context of the International Women's Year (1975)"
  • 9:20- 9:40      Lucas Squarize Chagas  (Economics). “Commodity Price Changes and the Cost of Living in Sao Paulo”
  • 9:40- 10:00    Brian Feld (Economics). "The Dynamics of Reservation Wages: Evidence from a Large Job Board in Argentina"
  • 10:00- 10:20   Vinicios P Sant'Anna (Economics). “The Direct and Indiret Effects of Credit Shocks to Firm's Exports"
  • 10:20- 10:40   Discussant: Dr. Angela Lyons (Agricultural & Consumer Economics)
  • 10:40- 11:00   Coffee Break

PANEL 2

  • 11:00- 11:20   Joe Coyle (Anthropology). "The Good Life is in God's Hands: Queer Evangelical Optimism in São Paulo"
  • 11:20- 11:40   Claire Branigan (Anthropology). “Creating Justice in the Aftermath of Femicide in Argentina”
  • 11:40- 12:00   Grazzia Grimaldi (Anthropology). "Clandestine Intimacies of Violence. Political Life in Postwar El Salvador"
  • 12:00- 12:20   Discussant: Dr. Matthew Winters (Political Science)
  • 12:20- 2:00     Lunch Break

PANEL 3

  • 2:00- 2:20      Michael Rivera (Biology). "Does Worker Variation Reduce Scaling Bite Force"
  • 2:20- 2:40      Katia Nakamura (Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences). "The Effectiveness of Funding for National Protected Areas: A Case Study for Ecological and Social Economic Impacts in Peru"
  • 2:40- 3:00      Jessica Lira Viana (Plant Biology). “Interacting Effects of Genome Size and Phosphorus Availability on Fern Distribution"
  • 3:00- 3:20      Discussant: Dr. Brian Allan (Entomology )
  • 3:20- 3:40      Coffee Break

PANEL 4

  • 3:40- 4:00     Sydney Blefko (Musicology). "Aural Politics in San Juan, Puerto Rico: Listing to the 2019 Protests Against Ricard Rossello"
  • 4:00- 4:20     elizaBeth Simpson (ICR). “Bodies in the Round: Exploring Demechanization as a Model for Liberatory Problem Solving"
  • 4:20- 4:40     Discussant: Dr. Carolyn Fornoff (Spanish & Portuguese)

 

Saturday, February 8th

PANEL 5

  •  9:00- 9:20     Liliana Lule (Latin American Studies). "Migrant Spaciality: Mexican-American Migratory Movements and the Diaspora"
  • 9:20 - 9:40     Ana I Mitchell (Nutritional Sciences). "Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences and Resilience on Metabolic Syndrome and Dietary Patterns in Mexican Adults”
  • 9:40- 10:00     Brian Waters (URP). “The Right to the City: An Investigation in Fortaleza, Brazil”
  • 10:00- 10:20   Discussant: Dr. Kasia Szremski (Associate Director CLACS)
  • 10:20 - 10:40  Coffee Break

 

PANEL 6

  • 10:40- 11:00     Manuel Perez-Troncoso (Global Studies). "Answers, Challenges and Successes of Public Education with Immigrant Students: Case Study in North Region of Chile from Intermediary Actors”
  • 11:00- 11:20     Patricia Leon (Art Education). "Pedagogical Spaces: Art Education and Socially Engaged Art Practices in Rural Colombia"
  • 11:20- 11:40     Catalina Hernandez-Cabal (Art Education). "Researching Encounters as Creative Practice"
  • 11:40 - 12:00    Discussant: Dr. Jaime Forde (Art & Design)

 

 

 

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