The CSREG faculty colloquia series enables Bucknell faculty to present their ongoing research and works-in-progress to fellow faculty members and students. Each year three to five faculty members present their research on a wide range of topics. We often invite faculty who have received CSREG summer research grants to present the results of their projects in these colloquia.

Upcoming Presentations

Wednesday, Oct. 29, 4:30 p.m., Willard Smith Library, 125 Vaughan Literature Building

Jennifer Silva (sociology/anthropology)
"Re-Imagining Adulthood: How Working-Class Youth Negotiate Intimacy, Community, and Self-Worth in the Neoliberal Era"

Tuesday, Nov. 11, 4:30 p.m., Willard Smith Library, 125 Vaughan Literature Building

Allen Tran (sociology/anthropology)
"The anxieties of romantic and unrequited love in post-reform Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam"


2013-14

CSREG Disability Series
Kevin Daly
, (classics)
"Ancient Eyes and Dis(Abilities): Classical Greek Perspectives on Physical Difference"

Bastian Heinsohn, (German)
"The Language of the Street: On the Use of Graffiti in Post-Unification Berlin Films"

2012-13

Lauren Fordyce (anthropology)
"Accounting for Responsibility: Vital Statistics and Prenatal Care among Haitians in South Florida"

Nikki Young (women's and gender studies)
"I am not that Hungry: Creative Resistance, Black Queers, and Family"

Vincent Stephens (Multicultural Student Services)
"Rocking the Closet: Queer Musicians and the Limits of the Closet"

Alejandra Roncallo (international relations)
"Obama and Latin America"

2011-12

Atiya Stokes-Brown (political science)
"The Bridge over the Divide? The Politics of Afro Latinos and the Prospects for Inter-minority Coalitions"

CSREG/WGS Masculinity Series

Adrian Mulligan (geography) & Brian Chi '12
"Irish Masculinity on Parade"
and
Rivka Ulmer (religion) & Eric Sobel '12
"Masculinity in Judaism"

CSREG/WGS Masculinity Series

Robert Midkif
(Assoc. Provost, psychology) & Jason Brown '13
"Man Up: Men's Transitions to Fatherhood in the U.S."
and
James Shields
(comparative humanities) & David Lackford '12
"Masculine Imagery in Early Buddhism"

CSREG/WGS Masculinity Series
Alf Sewers
(English, comparative humanities) & Drew Picketts '14
"From Cu Chulainn to Cordell Walker: The Ranger 'Mans Up' to Cosmic Marriage"
and
James Orr (East Asian studies) & Wally Watkins '12
"Play Up and Play the Game: Baseball and Manhood in Japan"

2010-11

CSREG/WGS Masculinity Series
Collin McKinney
(Spanish)
"Seeing Beyond the Black: Fashioning Masculinity in Ninteenth-Century Spain"

CSREG/WGS Masculinity Series 
Philippe Dubois
(French)
"Meat & Masculinity: Sexual Identity at the Table"
and
Linden Lewis
(sociology)
"Fanon, De-alienation, and the Memphis Sanitation Workers"

CSREG/WGS Masculinity Series
James Peterson
(English)
"New Ethnicities/Masculinities in the Narrative of Hip Hop Culture"
and
Bill Flack
(psychology)
"College Men and Responsibility for Sexual Assault"

CSREG/WGS Masculinity Series
Ann Tlusty
(history)
"'Are you Jews, or Soldiers?' Masculine Identity, Social Exclusion, and the Right to Bear Arms in Early Modern Germany"
and
Jason Ritchie
(sociology & anthropology)
"Patriots & Pedophiles in the 'War on Terror': How Men Are Made (and Unmade) in the Service of the Nation"

Bethany Collier
(music)
"Merchant, Clown, or Princess?: The Chinese in Contemporary Bainese Performance"

Paula Davis (theatre and dance)
"Performing Identity: Traditional Costume at Folklore Festivals in the Balkans"

Lakeisha Meyer
(education)
"Culturally Competent Practices for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Challenges"

2009-10

Elizabeth Durden (sociology)
"Voces de Tabi: Yucatecan Mayan Immigrants, Hometown Associations and Transnational Activism"

Christopher Magee
(economics)
"Own-Race Bias Among NBA Coaches"

2008-09

James Peterson (English)
"This is the Remix: Repetition as a Figure of Hip Hop Culture"

Erica Delsandro (women's and gender studies)
"A Ninetyish Feeling": Decadence, Dandies, and Queer History in the 1930s

Ned Searles (anthropology)
"Of Symbols and Substance: Ethnicity in a Canadian Arctic Town"

Ben Marsh (geography)
"Revealing Municipal Discrimination Through Mapping: Research and Legal Applications"

2007-08

Adrian Mulligan (geography)
"'I Breath, and Lo! The chattel becomes a man': the transformation of Frederick Douglass in the Emerald Isle "

Julian Bourg (history)
"Your Sexual Revolutin Is Not Ours": French Feminist "Moralism" and the Limits of Desire

Sue Ellen Henry (dducation)
"Social Class as Liminal Position: Understanding Experiences of First Generation College Students"

Coralynn Davis (women's and gender studies)
"Talking Tools, Suffering Servants, and Defecating Men: The Power of Storytelling and Subaltern Registers in Maithil Women's Tales"

2006-07

Michael Drexler (English)
"Hurricanes and Slave Revolts"

Michelle Johnson (anthropology)
"Culture's Calling: Race, Gender, and Cell Phone Use Among Mandinga Immigrants in Portugal"

Mary DeCredico (Provost)
"The Diary from Dixie: Mary Chesnut and the Southern Confederacy"

Karline McLain (religion)
"'Immortal' Heroines: Goddesses, Wives, and Warriors in Indian comics Books"

Christopher Boyatzis (psychology)
"Women's Body Image and Eating Behavior: Does God Matter?"

2005-06

Gundolf Graml (German)
"Black Bodies on White Snow: Luis Trenker's Film The Prodigal Son as a Case Study for the (Re)Construction of Whiteness in Nazi-Germany"

Robin Jacobson (political science)
"To Organize or Demonize: Unions and the Politics of Immigration"

David Del Testa (history)
"From Concubinage to Indochinoise: Reading the Beaucarnot Diary for New Creole Identities in French Indochina"

Janice Mann (art & art history)
"Transforming Barbados into "Bimshire": the Building Projects of Bishop William Hart Coleridge (1789-1849)"

2004-05

Bill Flack (psychology)
"Unwanted Sex at Bucknell"

Nina Banks (economics)
"Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander: Economist First"

Tristan Riley (sociology)
"The Rebirth of Tragedy out of the Spirit of Hip Hop"

Michael James (political science)
"The Normative Consequences of Identity Construction""

2003-04

Emek Ucarer (international relations)
"Trafficking in Women and the European Union: Shifting Frames, Sifting Outcomes"

Glyne Griffith (English)
"The BBC Caribbean Voices Radio Program and the Development of Caribbean Literature"

Tish Crawford (English)
""You're Taking What?!": Teaching Race and Gender Through Detective Fiction"

2002-03

Sonia Kruks (women's and gender studies)
"Simone de Beauvoir and the Politics of Privilege"

Elizabeth Crespo (sociology)
"Feminist Activism in Puerto Rico"

2001-2002

John Peeler (political science)
"Citizenship and Difference: Indigenous Politics in Guatemala and the Central Andes"

Renee Gosson (French and Francophone studies)
"Landscape and Memory: Ecological, Cultural, and Racial Effects of French Assimilation in the French West Indies"

Linden Lewis (sociology)
"Engendering Democracy in the Caribbean"

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