Oral presentations, performances, and demonstrations

  • Session I: 9 a.m. - 10:20 a.m.

      Furman Hall 106

      Furman Advantage and Other Internships
      Moderator: Margaret Oakes

      Bryan Betts
      The State
      Stephen Edwards
      Mecham Law Firm
      Alison Moran
      Smoak Public Relations
      Stephanie Reddaway
      Jacob Zimmerman
      13th Circuit Public Defenders Office
      Cynthia Patridge
      Greenville Journal
      LaRhonda McCray
      Smoak Public Relations
  • Session II: 10:30 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.

      Furman Hall 106

      "Nonfiction Readings."
      Moderator: Joni Tevis

      Alex Barmakian
      "Pole Pole"
      Jenna Barnett
      "Heresy and Jubilee"
      Bryan Betts
      "Five Alive"
      Jennifer Bilton
      "Lessons from the Garden"
      Luke Christie
      Elizabeth Hawthorne
      "Sunshine on a Cloudy Day"
      Peter Lowrie
  • Session III: 1 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.

      Furman Hall 106

      Readings and Art from the Echo
      Moderator: Ashley Kinder

      Jacob Zimmerman
      "Fragments Falling"
      Jennifer Bilton
      "Paper Angels" and "Degas: Field Notes"
      Kendall Driscoll
      "Autumn Scene"
      Chrissy Reinemund
      "Aging in Seconds of Minutes of Hours"
      Kristen Murdaugh
      "Hilf…" and "Incision"
      Nick Holt
      Nathan Cox
      "The Unfortunate Death of Mr. Kingsley"
  • Session IV: 2:30 p.m. - 3:50 p.m.

      Furman Hall 106

      Gender Relations Across Cultures: Misconceptions and Misunderstandings
      Moderator: Karni Bhati

      Maggie Austin
      Recognizing the Fire in the Subaltern East
      Stephanie Grah
      The Double Oppression of Algerian Women
      Alexandra Harris
      Religious and Secular Conceptions of Body and Sexuality
      Alison Moran
      Desire, Knowledge, and Ignorance in Heart of Darkness

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