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Global Studies Capstone Research Presentations

Global Studies Capstone Research Presentations

Final Capstone Research Presentations of the Global Studies seniors

Wednesday, April 25 • Baker Hall 246-A (History conference room)


  • The Role of Language in the #MeToo Movement • Grace Huddleston
  • Discourse and Discrimination: Public Discussions of Muslim American Female Identity • Ian Asenjo
  • The Kids Are Alt-Right: Trump, Satire, and the Search for Truth • Guannan Liu

Monday, April 30 • BH 154-R (Dean’s Conference Room)


  • Overcoming Racial Inequalities in K-12 Computer Science Education: A Case Study of Pittsburgh • Amal Nanavati
  • Vulnerable Infrastructures: An Analysis of Accountability Through the Flint Water Crisis • Kelly Li
  • Exclusions and Limitations: the Particular Social Group Concept and Honduran Women’s Asylum Claims • Mikaela Wolf-Sorokin
  • Youth Migration in a Global Context • Maria Navarro

Wednesday, May 2 • BH 154-R (Dean’s Conference Room)


  • Exploring Alternative Modernities Through the Politics of Magical Realism • Ella Hepner
  • Improving the Human Condition: A Historical and Cultural Analysis of Dalcroze Eurhythmics • Emily Stewart
  • Sociality, Food, and Belonging: Living with Type 1 Diabetes in Today’s Spain • Rachel Gomez

Congratulations to the Global Studies seniors for the presentation of their Final Capstone Research Presentations!