The Global Studies and French-Francophone Studies programs of the Cultural Studies Department are pleased to present their 2024 Spring Capstones

Monday, May 13 – 1:30-5:00 pm


Tuesday, May 14 – 1:00-5:00 pm

Karen Hille Phillips Center, Room 201

Click on each student name to see their presentation title.

Monday - May 13, 2024
The Impact of Diaspora Activism on the Authoritarian Regime of Equatorial Guinea
Beyond the Brochure: Examining the Impact of Voluntourism Marketing on African Development
3:00-3:15 Break
A Review: America's Policy on Nuclear Energy
The ``Chinese Virus``: Political Sinophobia and Its Consequences
The Other Language of Women: A Proposal for Translating Léonora Miano's Manifesto for Recovering the Legacy of Subsaharan African Women
4:45-5:00 - Closing Comments
Tuesday - May 14, 2024
Literature as Democracy and Authoritarianism in America: The Banning of Marjane Satrapi's ``Persepolis``
Preservation and Exploitation: Prehistoric Art, French Patrimoine, and the Chauvet Cave
The Making of a Peace Nation: Likhet, whiteness, and Settler Colonialism in Norway
3:00-3:15 pm - Break
Towards Reproductive Sovereignty: Decolonizing Menstruation in Chicane Communities
Disgusted: Ebola Containment in the North American Imaginary
Lost in Translation in the PNW: Attending to Health Inequities Faced by Mexican Immigrants
4:45-5:00 pm - Closing Comments