Fall 2014 Archive

    DECEMBER 9, 2014

    8-10 AM: Set up
    10-11 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 Courtyard

    • Thoreau's Cabin Recreated (Installation)

    Weill Lobby

    • Exploration in the Ceramic Process (Exhibition)
    • Mary Barton (Networked Text Installation)
    • Oliver Twist (Networked Text Installation)
    • Slavery Past and Present (Installation)
    • Slavery Today (Photo Exhibition)
    • Transitions (Sculpture)
    • Aliens on Earth (Painting on canvas) 
    • The Communist ManifestoThe New Wave. (Painting on canvas)

    Weill Stage

    • Marguerite of the Camellias (Film)
    • Of Flowers and Herbs: Carmen, Marguerite and Fadette Meet in the Woods (Film)
    • The Moment I Met Her (Performance)
    • Who is Sab? (Film)
    • The Woman (Dance)
    • History of Rap: Cuba Style. (Digital Performance)

    Weill Gallery

    • France 1848: Social Classes & Expectations Revealed (Poster Session)
    • 1848 Costumes As Represented in Selected French Literary Texts (Poster Session)
    • Meeting Human Needs: The Challenges of Western Civilization, 1848 (Six Poster Sessions)
    • Within the Mill (Poster Session)
    • CUBA, the Magazine( Poster Session)
    • Nubia: A Slave Journal (Poster Session)
    • La educación en la plantación: my fight to learn while enslaved (Poster Session)
    • Teresa vs. Teresa: a 200-year differenc (Poster Session)
    • Garden of Feelings (Poster Session)
    • The Conquered People: Historical Tactics Used to Colonize the Nahuas and Mexican Americans (Poster Session)
    • Hyper-criminalization: Zero Strikes, You're Out (Poster Session with PowerPoint)
    • Transformation of a Lifestyle: Does Interracial Marriages Appropriate Two Different Cultures? (Poster Session with Prezi Presentation)
    • The Roots of Mediated Storytelling: From Telegrams to Tweets (1848; 1948; 2048 and beyond) (Poster Session with Blog)
    • The Beauty of Romanticism (Podcast)
    • Russian Gypsies of the 19th century (Poster Session with Power Point)
    • Musical Historical Timeline: 1800-1880 (Audio Visual Poster Session)
    • Comparing and Contrasting Musical Expression from 1848 to Today (Poster Session with Blog)
    • The Inspiration of Gypsy Culture on Classical Music in the mid-19th century (Poster Session with Power Point)
    • Petersons Magazine and Salon Culture in 1848 (Shared Poster Session)
    • “It’s a Hard Knock Life for Us” … American Factory Workers. (Poster Session)
    • Women and Communism: Liberated or Oppressed?  (Poster Session)
    • Bloody Gold: Class Struggle and the Gold Rush.  (Poster Session)
    • Workplace Alienation: Then and Now. (Poster Session)
    • The Ideology of Technology. (Poster Session)
    • The Communist Manifesto: The Times. (Poster Session)
    • Exploitation in the Workplace:  Then and Now. (Poster Session)

    Green Room

    • What Made Chopin and Liszt Who They Were. (Video)
    • Popular Music in 1848 America and How the Music of Immigrants Shed Light on Their Personal Stories (Power Point Presentation)
    • Chopin: The Man and His Music (Power Point Presentation)
    • S.L.A.V.E.S. (Social Life Alienation Vegetating Everyone’s Souls)  (Song Performance)
    • An Exploration of Class Struggle: 1848-2014 (Video)
    • The Rise and Fall of Communism (Video)
    • Where We Stand on Communism (Powerpoint Presentation)
    • CUCK FOMMUNISM  (Video) 

    Symposium Presentations by Disciplines

    AMCS 273.1

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

    1. Slavery is Eliminated But Lingering Racism Endures.
    2. Revolutions and the Ongoing Struggle for Women’s Rights.
    3. Native American Responses to European Colonialism.
    4. American Indian Counterparts to Marx and Engels’ Utopian Vision.
    5. A Spiritual Vacuum and the Emotional Transcendence of Liszt and Chopin.
    6. Mass Communication and Real Stories Never Told.

    ART 273

    1. Thoreau's Cabin Recreated. (Installation, Weill Courtyard)
    2. Exploration in the Ceramic Process. (Exhibition, Weill Lobby)
    3. Slavery Past and Present. (Installation, Weill Lobby)
    4. Slavery Today. (Photo Exhibition, Weill Lobby)

    CALS 273

    1. Hypercriminalization: Zero Strikes, You’re Out. (Poster Session with PowerPoint, Weill Gallery)
    2. The Conquered People: Historical Tactics used to Colonize the Nahuas and Mexican Americans. (Poster Session, Weill Gallery)
    3. Transformation of a Lifestyle: Does Interracial Marriage Appropriate Two Different Cultures? (Poster Session with Prezi, Weill Gallery)

    COMS 273

    The Roots of Mediated Storytelling: From Telegrams to Tweets (1848; 1948; 2048 and beyond). (Blog, Weill Gallery)

    ENGL 273

    1. Oliver Twist. (Networked Text Installation, Weill Lobby)
    2. Mary Barton. (Networked Text Installation, Weill Lobby)

    MLL 273

    1. Who is Sab? (Film, Weill Hall)
    2. The Woman. (Dance, Weill Hall)
    3. Within the Mill. (Poster Session, Weill Gallery)
    4. CUBA, the Magazine. (Poster Session, Weill Gallery)
    5. Nubia: A Slave Journal. (Poster Session, Weill Gallery)
    6. La educación en la plantación: my fight to learn while enslaved. (Poster Session, Weill Gallery)
    7. Teresa vs. Teresa: a 200-year difference. (Poster Session, Weill Gallery)
    8. History of Rap: Cuba Style. (Digital Performance, Weill Hall)
    9. Garden of Feelings. (Poster Session, Weill Gallery)

    MUS 273

    1. What Made Chopin and Liszt Who They Were. (Video, Green Room)
    2. Popular Music in 1848 America and How the Music of Immigrants Shed Light on Their Personal Stories. (Power Point Presentation, Green Room)
    3. Chopin: The Man and His Music. (Powerpoint presentation, Green Room)
    4. The Beauty of Romanticism. (Podcast, Weill Gallery)
    5. Russian Gypsies of the 19th century. (Poster Session with Power Point, Weill Gallery)
    6. Musical Historical Timeline: 1800-1880. (Audio Visual Poster Session, Weill Gallery)
    7. Comparing and Contrasting Musical Expression from 1848 to Today. (Poster Session with Blog, Weill Gallery)
    8. The Inspiration of Gypsy Culture on Classical Music in the mid-19th century. (Poster Session with Power Point, Weill Gallery)
    9. Petersons Magazine and Salon Culture in 1848. (Shared Poster Session, Weill Gallery)

    PHIL 273

    1. An Exploration of Class Struggle: 1848-2014. (Video, Green Room).
    2. “It’s a Hard Knock Life for Us” … American Factory Workers. (Poster Session, Weill Gallery).
    3. Women and Communism: Liberated or Oppressed? (Poster Session, Weill Gallery).
    4. Aliens on Earth (Painting on canvas, Weill Lobby). 
    5. Bloody Gold: Class Struggle and the Gold Rush. (Poster Session, Weill Gallery).
    6. Workplace Alienation: Then and Now. (Poster Session, Weill Gallery).
    7. The Ideology of Technology. (Poster Session, Weill Gallery).
    8. The Communist Manifesto: The Times.  (Poster Session, Weill Gallery).
    9. The Communist Manifesto: The New Wave. (Painting on canvas, Weill Lobby). 
    10. S.L.A.V.E.S. (Social Life Alienation Vegetating Everyone’s Souls). (Song Performance, Weill Hall).
    11. The Rise and Fall of Communism. (Video, Green Room).
    12. CUCK FOMMUNISM. (Video, Green Room). 
    13. Exploitation in the Workplace: Then and Now. (Poster Session, Weill Gallery).
    14. Where We Stand on Communism. (Powerpoint presentatio, Green Room). 

    THAR 273

    1. Of Flowers and Herbs: Carmen, Marguerite and Fadette Meet in the Woods. (Film, Weill Hall)
    2. 1848 Costumes As Represented in Selected French Literary Texts. (Poster Session, Weill Gallery)
    3. The Moment I Met Her. (Performance, Weill Hall)
    4. Marguerite of the Camellias. (Film, Weill Hall)
    5. France 1848: Social Classes & Expectations Revealed. (Poster Session, Weill Gallery)
    6. Transitions (Sculpture, Weill Lobby)

    Examples of Students Projects Shared at the Symposium: