Spring 2015 Archive

MAY 12, 2015

10-11 AM: Set up
10:30 AM: Green Music Center Doors Open to Public
11-1 PM: MAIN EVENT
1-2 PM: Doors Remain Open to Public
2 PM: Doors close to public

Weill Lobby

  • The Braccro Program and its Treatment of its Workers (Installation)
  • The Change in Dresses: Women's Fashion in Victorian England (Video)
  • A Child's Thoughts in the 1840s (Poem, Lobby)
  • Chinese Female Immigrants (Painting)
  • Dark Times (Poem)
  • Dicken's Illustrations and Engravers (Research Project)
  • Dreaming in Thoreau (Installation)
  • Exploration of 1848 (Website)
  • Fields of Innocence (Video)
  • French Revolutions 1789-1848 (Website)
  • George Sand (Scrapbook)
  • The Gold Crimes (Website)
  • The Bear Flag Revolt (Multimedia Research Project)
  • Influential Women of the 1840s (Video)
  • Modern Day Dialogue between Jane Eyre and Oliver Twist (Podcast)
  • A Mosaic for Marx (Installation)
  • Native American Jewelry (Research Project & Material Display)
  • The River (Video)
  • A Tale of the Hear: Nineteenth-Century American Women (Short Story)
  • Scenes of Chinatown (Painting)
  • Victorian Children and Poverty (Video)
  • Welcome to Angel Island (Painting)
  • Women Resolve (Multimedia Project)

Weill Gallery

  • Advancing the War Through Invention (Blog)
  • Anti-Chinese Immigration Laws (Collage)
  • Anit-Chinese Sentiment (Poster Session)
  • Architecture of the Incas: Inspired by Juana Manuela Gorriti (Blue Print w/ Poster Board)
  • Arthur Jones: The Life of a Newspaper Boy (Facebook Blog)
  • Chinatowns (Website)
  • Chinese American Food (Website)
  • Chinese Immigration Board Game (Board Game)
  • Chinese Immigrants in Hawaii (Poster Session)
  • Chinese Immigrant Labor (Poster Session)
  • Chinese Laborers (Poster Session)
  • Chinese Migrants on the Railroads (Poster Session)
  • Chinese Miners (Poster Session)
  • Electronic Chopin (Song)
  • The Eastward Movement of Chinese Cuisine (Poster Session)
  • The Evolution of Communication: From National Alienation to a Connected Nation (Blog)
  • Empathy: Denied (Collage)
  • Food for Thought (Blog)
  • From Jefferson to Obama: The Evolution of Political Campaigns (Scrapbook on Laptop)
  • The Good, The Bad and the Ugly: Crime and Punishment in the 19th Century (Online Newspaper)
  • Hellen Keller: Communication Through Sign Language (Tumblr Blog)
  • Historic Recreations (Exhibition)
  • Immerican Dream: Biased Media Coverage of 19th Century Immigration (Blog)
  • Latino Drop Outs (Video)
  • The Life of Franz Lintz (Poster Session)
  • A Little Bit of Passion, Determination and Insanity: Insane Asylums and Reporters in the 1800s (Blog)
  • Model of a Chinese Dragon (Board Game)
  • Model of a Hawaiian Suger Plantation (Board Game)
  • Nineteenth Century Cuba: clothing from the Plantations (Poster Session)
  • North America Cuisine 1848 (Poster Session)
  • Operation Gatekeeper (Mock Newspaper)
  • Printing Propaganda (Exhibition)
  • San Francisco's Chinatown (Website)
  • Slavery in your Hands (Painting)
  • Slavery is... (Advertisement Giveaway)
  • The Whitechapel Murderer: Media Sensationalism and the Public Obsession of Jack the Ripper (Tumblr Blog)
  • Traveling as a Chinese Migrant (Scrapbook)
  • Women in 1848 around the World (Poster Session)

Weill Stage

Opening remarks at 11:00 AM

  • Innocent Love (Short Story)
  • One Script, Three Takes (Play)
  • "Oh, The Perfect Darling!" The Silenced Voice of a 1840s Young Lady (Dramatic Performance)

Weill Staircase

  • Carmen (Painting)
  • Phantoms of Romanticism (Painting)
  • Texts for Today, Letters Forever: The Art of Letter Writing (Scrapbook)

Green Room

  • Bustles to #Bootywerk: Comparing the Hassles of 1840's Beauty Ideals to the High Standards Women Work towards Today (Twitter Blog)
  • Children of 1848: A Working Mind Isn't Always a Learning Mind (Facebook Blog)
  • The Feel of the Music (Video)
  • Then and Now: Global Slavery around 1848. Has it really Been Abolished? (Video)
  • Revolutionizing Music (PowerPoint)
  • Wagner, Hitler, and the music that inspired their madness (PowerPoint)
  • Seneca Falls to #YesAllWomen: Gurl Power (Twitter Blog)
  • Sab: A Sob Story (MP3 Recording)
  • The Buried Bones of the Goldrush: A San Franciscan Fairytale (Blog)
  • Free more than your mind: Mexican women in & around 1848 (PowerPoint)

Symposium Program by Discipline

AMCS 273.1

Chinese Immigrants in the 19th Century

  1. Anti-Chinese Immigration Laws (Collage, Gallery)
  2. Anti-Chinese Sentiment (Poster Session, Gallery)
  3. Chinatowns (Website, Gallery)
  4. Chinese American Food (Website, Gallery)
  5. Chinese Female Immigrants (Painting, Lobby)
  6. Chinese Immigration Board Game (Board Game, Gallery)
  7. Chinese Immigrants in Hawaii (Poster Session, Gallery)
  8. Chinese Immigrant Labor (Poster Session, Gallery)
  9. Chinese Laborers (Poster Session, Gallery)
  10. Chinese Migrants on the Railroads (Poster Session, Gallery)
  11. Chinese Miners (Poster Session, Gallery)
  12. The Eastward Movement of Chinese Cuisine (Poster Session, Gallery)
  13. Empathy: Denied (Collage, Lobby)
  14. Model of a Chinese Dragon (Board Game, Gallery)
  15. Model of a Hawaiian Sugar Plantation (Board Game, Gallery)
  16. San Francisco's Chinatown (Website, Gallery)
  17. Scenes of Chinatown (Painting, Lobby)
  18. Traveling as a Chinese Migrant (Scrapbook, Gallery)
  19. Welcome to Angel Island (Painting, Lobby)

AMCS 273.2

Meeting Human Needs: The Challenges of Western Civilization 1848 (Poster Sessions, Gallery)

ART 273

  1. Dreaming in Thoreau (Installtion, Lobby)
  2. Historic Recreations (Exhibition, Gallery)
  3. Printing Propaganda (Exhibition, Gallery)
  4. Slavery is... (Advertisement Giveaway, Gallery)

CALS 273

  1. The Bracero Program and its Treatment of its Workers (Installation, Lobby)
  2. Operation Gatekeeper (Mock Newspaper, Gallery)
  3. Latino Drop Outs (Video, Gallery)

COMS 273

  1. Advancing the War Through Invention (Blog, Gallery)
  2. Arthur Jones: The Life of a Newspaper Boy (Facebook Blog, Gallery)
  3. The Buried Bones of the Goldrush: A San Franciscan Fairytale (Blog, Green Room)
  4. Bustles to #Bootywerk: Comparing the Hassles of 1840's Beauty Ideals to the High Standards Women Work towards Today (Twitter Blog, Green Room)
  5. Children of 1848: A Working Mind Isn't Always a Learning Mind (Facebook Blog, Green Room)
  6. The Evolution of Communication: From National Alienation to a Connected Nation (Blog, Gallery)
  7. The Good, The Bad and the Ugly: Crime and Punishment in the 19th Century (Online Newspaper, Gallery)
  8. Hellen Keller: Communication Through SIgn Language (Tumblr Blog, Gallery)
  9. Food for Thought (Blog, Gallery)
  10. From Jefferson to Obama: The Evolution of Political Campaigns (Scrapbook, Gallery)
  11. Immerican Dream: Biased Media Coverage of 19th Century Immigration (Blog, Gallery)
  12. A Little Bit of Passion, Determination and Insanity: Insane Asylums and Reporters in the 1800s (Blog, Gallery)
  13. Seneca Falls to #YesAllWomen: Gurl Power (Twitter Blog, Green Room)
  14. The Whitechapel Murderer: Media Sensationalism and the Public Obsession of Jack the Ripper (Tumblr Blog, Gallery)

ENGL 273

  1. The Bear Flag Revolt (Multimedia Project, Lobby)
  2. The Change in Dresses: Women's Fashion in Victorian England (Video, Lobby)
  3. A Child's Thoughts in the 1840s (Poem, Lobby)
  4. Dark Times (Poem, Lobby)
  5. Dicken's Illustrators and Engravers (Research Project, Lobby)
  6. Exploration of 1848 (Website, Lobby)
  7. Fields of Innocence (Video, Lobby)
  8. French Revolutions 1789-1848 (Website, Lobby)
  9. George Sand (Scrapbook, Lobby)
  10. The Gold Crimes (Website, Lobby)
  11. Influential Women of the 1840s (Video, Lobby)
  12. Modern Day Dialogue between Jane Eyre and Oliver Twist (Podcast, Lobby)
  13. Native American Jewelry (Research Project & Material Display, Lobby)
  14. The River (Video, Lobby)
  15. A Tale of the Hear: Nineteenth-Century American Women (Short Story, Lobby)
  16. "Oh, The Perfect Darling!" The Silenced Voice of a 1840s Young Lady (Dramatic Performance, Stage)
  17. Victorian Children and Poverty (Video, Lobby)
  18. Women Resolve (Multimedia Project, Lobby)

MLL 273

  1. Architecture of the Incas: Inspired by Juana Manuela Gorriti (Blue Print w/ Poster Board, Gallery)
  2. Free more than your mind: Mexican women in & around 1848 (PowerPoint, Gallery)
  3. Innocent Love (Short Story, Green Room)
  4. Nineteenth Century Cuba: clothing from the Plantations (Poster Session, Gallery)
  5. Sab: A Sob Story (MP3 Recording, Green Room)
  6. Slavery in your Hands (Painting, Gallery)
  7. Then and Now: Global Slavery around 1848. Has it really been abolished? (Video, Green Room)
  8. Wagner, Hitler, and the music that inspired their madness (PowerPoint, Green Room)

PHIL 273

  1. A Mosaic for Marx (Installation, Lobby)

THAR/MUS 273

  1. Carmen (Painting, Staircase)
  2. Electronic Chopin (Song, Gallery)
  3. The Feel of the Music (Video, Green Room)
  4. The Life of Franz Lintz (Poster Session, Gallery)
  5. North America Cuisine 1848 (Poster Session, Gallery)
  6. One Script, Three Takes (Play, Stage)
  7. Phantoms of Romanticism (Painting, Staircase)
  8. Revolutionizing Music (PowerPoint, Green Room)
  9. Texts for Today, Letters Forever: The Art of Letter Writing (Scrapbook, Staircase)
  10. Women in 1848 around the World (Poster Session, Gallery)

 

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