L&C Festival of Scholars and Artists

L&C Festival of Scholars and Artists

Event Schedule

Festival Schedule

9:00 AM – 10:15 AM

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THE BINDING, BUILDING, AND BANNING OF BOOKS | Location: JRHH 102 | Faculty Moderator: Leah Gilbert
Presentations:
  • Elizabeth Huntley | The Emperor’s New Boots: Meditations on Class in Perrault and Andersen
  • Erika Andersen | Indoctrination or Education?: How Religion, Politics, and Identity Shape Book Banning in U.S. Public Schools
  • Jillian Jackson | The Politics of Precision: Letterpress Printing and the OCD Creative
CHAOS 3.0: Computers, Cults, and Climate Change | Location: JRHH 135 | Faculty Moderator: Jessica Kleiss
Presentations:
  • Katie Shimaura | Mathematics of Chaos
  • Eleanor Stokes-Liss | Examining Ari Aster’s Midsommar through the Lens of Apocalyptic Imagination
  • George Steene, Jack Fioccoe | Drenched and Dry: Global monsoons in a changing climate
TAKE ME TO THE OTHER SIDE | Location: JRHH 202 | Faculty Moderator: Mary Szybist
Presentations:
  • Orion Whitcher | Gestures of Liminality: The Dexiosis on Classical Athenian Grave Stelai
  • Emily Hetzel | An Introduction to the Mathematics Behind Quantum Computing
  • Ava Cameron | Understanding Nāgārjuna’s Emptiness Doctrine Through the Semantic Interpretation of Garfield, Siderits, and Ferraro
THE TIES THAT BIND (AND DIVIDE) US | Location: JRHH 254 | Faculty Moderator: Bruce Suttmeier
Presentations:
  • Maya Postigo Baer | Multiracial identity integration, identity invalidation and belonging as predictors of social anxiety levels among multiracial students at Lewis & Clark College
  • Jack Waite | Investigating the Role of a Low-affinity Transcription Factor Binding Site in Naïve-State-Specific Expression of Klf4
  • Frankie Spurbeck | Riding to the End of the Line: The Effect of School Transportation Policy on Transit Habit Formation
  • Mari Sheppard, Kaylee Howser, Morgaine McGrath | Populism & Polarization: An LC Campus Study

10:30 AM – 11:45 AM

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SUBVERTING GENDER STEREOTYPES: From Frail Femininity to Monstrous Masculinity | Location: JRHH 102 | Faculty Moderator: Ben David
Presentations:
  • Alex Chew | ‘Taking Her Drag Show on the Road’: Radical Subversion of Gender Roles in Tales of Gender-Queering Warriors
  • Apollo Beaber | Constructions of Werewolf Masculinity
  • Bella Kerr | Legally Blonde: Disidentification and the Reclamation of Hyper Femininity
EXPANDING “NATIONAL SECURITY” | Location: JRHH 135 | Faculty Moderator: Kyle Lascurettes
Presentations:
  • Caitlyn Wilde, Levi Overcast, Andrew Fowler | Dependable Computing
  • Miles Kenny | Pax Narcotica: Drug Enforcement in the Consolidation of American Hegemony
  • Jack Gramling | Why do States Enact Cabotage Laws?
HEALING CELLS, BODIES, AND SOCIETIES | Location: JRHH 202 | Faculty Moderator: Jessica Starling
Presentations:
  • Frances Schlageter | VAD Nurses in the First World War and the Ambiguous Power of Female Sexuality
  • Keiran Brook | Explaining why Paramilitaries Agree to Conflict Resolution: The Case of the IRA in Northern Ireland
  • Abri Boyd | Bathing in Sound: Communitas with Sound and Healing
  • Savannah Myers | Investigating the DNA Binding Interactions of Pluripotency Factors OCT4 and SOX2
(RE)FORMING AND PERFORMING COMMUNITIES | Location: JRHH 254 | Faculty Moderator: Oren Kosansky
Presentations:
  • Will Toppin | The Rawlsian Case for Distributive Justice
  • Abby Burke | Matrilineal Resilience
  • Adelaide Kaiser | Love, care and community in friendship
  • Martin Lopez Mel | Depictions of Family and Ideology in Kyrgyzstan in the Works of Chingiz Aitmatov
SPECIAL EVENT: James J. Kopp Library Research Award | Location: Smith Hall | Faculty Moderator: Mark Dahl
Presentations:
  • Rebecca Hanson | Dual Creativity: Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell, and Knowing the Unknowable
  • Mal Spicer | Transmasculine Representation in BROTHERS: An Analysis of Vernacular Texts as a Medium for Establishing Narrative Fidelity
  • Asmaa Zaidan | Soviet Islam: a Story of Tactful Survival
POSTER SESSION ONE | Location: 2nd Floor Miller
Presentations:
  • Priyanka Tomlinson, Sierra Pater, Nando Magallanes | Sleep Quality and Habits Among College Students
  • Asiya Kamawal | The Effect of Maternal Education on Child Health Outcomes in Afghanistan
  • Luke Bass, Camden Searcy | Mapping Mutations in Drosophila melanogaster
  • Maya Postigo Baer, Jovo Janjetovic | Reducing anti-LGBTQ Prejudice through Live-Action Role-Playing Games
  • Fiona Carolan | Scenic Design for Fir Acres Production of The Imaginary Invalid
  • Maryam Al-Ghezi, Lara Koyshman, Mia Hernandez | Tracing Human Migrations with the Microbiome, in and out of Africa
  • Mia Hernandez | Diversity of Human Hair and Method of Categorization
  • Blake Tellinghusen, Maddie Dopp, Avi Strok, Renee Pieri | Effects of Long-Term Nicotine Exposure on Adult Drosophila
  • Cristian Panaro | Credit Conditions and Housing Prices
  • Owen Beale | Organosulfur oxidation by molybdenum complexes: towards remediating fossil fuel pollutants
  • Andres Soto Hernandez | Investigating behavioral phenotypes of taopathy mutants
  • Eli Jamieson | Cap and Trade Fishing Regulation on Environmental Outcomes
  • Mason Lee | How Does International Tourism Affect Economic Growth in Developing and Developed Countries?
  • Farjad Madataly | How to Build Mobile App

12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

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LGBTQ, POLITICAL OPINION, GANGS, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND DISABILITY ASYLUM CASES: Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Venezuela | Location: JRHH 202 | Faculty Moderator: Elliott Young
  • Egly Amador Fuentes, Sam Blattner, Daniela Riva Clavel, Hanadi Dreca, Leo Bernstein Newman, Sarah Smith, Alicia McMahon
SPIDERS – A BOUNTY OF BIODIVERSITY: From Venom Toxins To Species Discovery | Location: JRHH 115
  • Sofia Reeves, Jemma Montgomery, Serena Frazee
WHAT I’VE LEARNED BY STUDYING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE: A Roundtable Discussion with Students in World Languages & Literatures | Location: JRHH 102 | Faculty Moderator: Molly Robinson
  • Teddy Kienast, Elaine Kinsey, Martin Lopez Mel, Maddie Piotrowski, Payton Schurr, Madsen Sparler, and Mal Spicer
MUSIC SHOWCASE | Location: Evans Auditorium
  • Seamus Brindley, Nick Jensen, Max Krien, Charlotte Ostrov, Ben Stormer, Jack Waite, and Grace Wenzel
PLANT ID WALK IN RIVERVIEW: Situating Ethnobotany and Landscape Management with Phoebe Brown | Location: Walking group will meet at Gate 2
CUPCAKE PERIODIC TABLE WITH THE CHEMISTRY CLUB | Location: 2nd Floor Miller
  • Makena Andersen, Genevieve Basile, Owen Beale, Seth Moriarty
POSTER SESSION TWO | Location: 2nd Floor Miller
Presentations:
  • Hailey McHorse | Mathematically Modeling the Spread of Measles
  • Cas Mulford | Place-Based or Play-it-Safe: Examining the effect of New Market Tax Credit Investments in Low Income Communities
  • Astrid Anderson | The Impact of Medicaid Expansion on Mental Health Treatment
  • Newton Arbogast | Blessing the great forces and manifestations of Nature: Grappling with Queerness through Nature in E.M. Forster’s ‘The Story of a Panic’
  • Emma Hataway | Keple’s First Law Through a System of Differential Equations
  • Mia Hernandez | Diversity of Human Hair and Method of Categorization
  • Mae Marger, Evelyn Wohlbier, Negasi Brown | Costuming in Devised
  • Rowan Moreno | The Process and Benefits of Curating a Dye Garden
  • Sarah Walker | Voguing and Ball Culture
  • Katya Schwieterman | Investigating dependency grammar in ESRRB binding sites of a Klf4 enhancer
  • Deanna Sunnergren | Gastropoda of Lewis & Clark College
  • Jillian Jackson | Whose Line is it Anyway?: Engraving a Clear-Cut Character in Katherine Mansfield’s ‘Feuille d’Album’
  • Zane Mullally | Spiraling out of Control
  • Sarah Swanson | Effect of sequences flanking transcription factor binding sites on transcriptional regulation
  • Daniel Paterson | Cryptographic Techniques and their Vulnerabilities

1:45 pm – 3:00 pm

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SUSTAINABILITY! In Architecture, Arboreta, and Ocean Seabeds | Location: JRHH 102 | Faculty Moderator: Duncan Parks
Presentations:
  • Tessa Wolpert | Tadao Ando and Frank Lloyd Wright: Organic Architecture and Its Impact on Tradition, Environment, and Space
  • Ivy Marple | Trust in the Trees: Reverential Naturalism, Enchantment, and the Interrelation of Science and Spirituality
  • Olivia Cowley | Is the Future Really Electric? What the Renewable Energy Revolution Means for the Ocean’s Seabeds
MANIFESTING CONSCIOUSNESS, CONTRADICTION, AND THE OCCULT | Location: JRHH 115 | Faculty Moderator: Hannah Leah Crummé
Presentations:
  • Liam Murphy | Nāgārjuna’s Treatment of Contradiction
  • Kate Provisor | Analyzing the Breton-inspired Occult Imagery in Remedios Varo and Leonora Carrington’s Paintings
  • Gabriel Troy Mantione-Holmes | Complicating the Association between Mysterianism, Emergentism, and the Cārvāka
TIMES A-CHANGING: Style, Climate, and Politics in Africa | Location: JRHH 135 | Faculty Moderator: Isabelle DeMarte
Presentations:
  • Aidan Patrick | Akhenaten’s Ideal Body: The Relationship between Stylistic and Sociopolitical Change
  • Daniel Stumpf | China’s Global Strategy: Combating the Soviet Union Through Sino-African Relations, 1960-1964
  • Jeremy Kwok Choon, Michael Wingard | The History of African Climate Change: Predicting the Future through Studying the Past
(RE)BOOTING SYSTEMS, PSYCHES AND MONUMENTS | Location: JRHH 202 | Faculty Moderator: Mitch Reyes
Presentations:
  • Wyeth Greenlaw Rollins | System Boot Loaders: Experiences in Design and Implementation
  • Jacques Parker | ‘Psychologically Kidnapped!”: Black Lightning, Deprogramming, and the Category of ‘Cult’
  • Akina Bednar | Monuments to Denial: Confederate Monuments, Public Art, and Collective Memory
TO BE DEVELOPED: Apps, Communities, and Appetites | Location: JRHH 254 | Faculty Moderator: John Holzwarth
Presentations:
  • Jason Kowalski | Missing Ingredients: Cultural Loss in Modernist Cuisine
  • Haley Rovner, Charlie Compton | Studies in Mobile App Development
  • Amanda Hendrickson | This is Ours: Food Cooperatives as Third Places

3:30 PM – 5:00 PM

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SPECIAL EVENT: Dinah Dodds Endowment Recipients | Location: Miller 102
  • Kai Emery (Cameroon) | Examining plastic pollution, environmental education and sustainability in Cameroon
  • Amalia Boselova | Deepen Your Relationship: Insight into the Connection Between Nature and Humans and the Potential for Reciprocal Healing in Waponi, Amazon, Ecuador
  • Priyanka Tomlinson and Ashley Phan | Women’s Health, Empowerment, & Support: Exploring Postcolonial Feminism in Tanzania
  • Sonya Lee and Topher Olson | Education Advocacy: Methods of Overcoming Barriers to Education in Tanzania
  • Zoe Camporaso : Human and Soil Health in Upland Indigenous Communities in the Chiang Mai Region
SPECIAL EVENT: Moving Image Festival, sponsored by RHMS and Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society | Location: Smith Hall | Faculty Moderator: Heather Hayes
  • DJ Smith | The Boondocks
  • Molly Mahoney | Blossoms – Willow Park
  • Venus Edlin | Queen Bo: And I Am Telling You I Am Not Going
  • Liv Ladaire | Motnoi Visual Essay
  • Renz Johnson, Joe Della Vedova, Tad Kumasaka | Concrete Surfing
  • Isabella Cohn | Watch You Rise
  • Venus Edlin : You Betta Work: Demands of Transgender Depictions in the Convergence Economy
  • Liv Ladaire, Hawra Khandwala : Depth in Debt

4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

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Arts@LC Showcase | Location: Hoffman Gallery and Alumni Circle
  • Two Layers Away – Senior Art Exhibition | Hoffman Gallery | 4:00-5:00 pm
    • Umi Caldwell, Kylie Hill, Gwenn Jergens, Colin Sakamoto, Alaryx Tenzer, Clare Quarles, and Anya Upson
  • Main Stage | Alumni Circle | 5:00-7:00 pm
    • Sophia Riley, Gideon Salbato, Ava Schmidt, Lauren Caldwell, Anneka Barton, Annabelle Rousseau, Kathryn Kiskinen, Patrick Lee, Cleo Lockhart, Claire Champommier, Zach Reinker, Lyra Meyers, Lizzie Winkelman, Ryan Marshall, Nora Cesareo-Dense, Gabriel Reyes, Nathan DeStigler, Alison Keiser, Sarah Walker, Charlotte Ostrov, Piper McCoy Harmon, Cameron Shapiro

7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

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FOSA Feud | Location: Stamm

8:00 PM – 9:00 PM

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Fire Arts Performance | Location: Outside Olin | Faculty Moderator: Peter Drake
  • Abby Pieper, Adam Schwarz, Aiden Wilkson, Bella Root, Cleo Lockhart, Isabelle Atha, Joelle Pazoff, Mari Sheppard, Rose Bialk

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