UPDATE: Due to the weather, we’ve decided to reschedule this event for next week. More soon.
Today, at 4 PM in Burdine 436A, the department of American Studies will hold its first ever Pecha Kucha. Excitingly, both members of the faculty and the graduate student body will be giving presentations of 20 slides shown for 20 seconds each. The lineup is below.
We See You: The Art of Surveillance
Saving Jeannace June Freeman: Capital Punishment and the Lesbian-as-Victim in Oregon, 1961-1964
An American in Vienna
“They Do Say It’s Real”: G.I. Pitchford’s Postcard Images of the American West
Apple Helps Those Who Help Themselves
Kicking the Football: Charlie Brown in the 1950s