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2018 CSRE Honors Colloquium

On Friday, May 25, CSRE students presented their honors theses. The students and their theses titles, can be found below. More about the Honors Program in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity can be found here:

Rocio Hernandez

---“Is this My Home? How White Ethnic Organizations Shape Latinx Communities”

Ari Marcus

---“Capoeira and Community in Grupo Besouro” 

Mikaela Osler

---“A Space Away from Race: White Racial Innocence and the Rural Vermont Landscape”

Momo Hoshi

---"Creating Worlds through Music: Creative Music-Making as an Identity-Making Process in Contemporary Japanese American Community"

Courtney Pal

---“Development and Displacement in West Harlem: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of the Columbia-Manhattanville Community Benefits Agreement” 

Alicia Pérez

---“(Re)creating Mexico in the US: How grandchildren of Mexican immigrants develop diasporic subjectivities”

Kimmy Phan

---"Gambling in the Vietnamese-American Community: Children of Gamblers Narratives on Immigration, Mental Health, and Resilience"

Sadhana Senthilkumar

---“How Rohith Vemula Left this World: Interpreting the Letter and the Suicide”

Bernardo Velez

---"Listening for Noise, Sounding Out Silence: Latinidad as Aural Dissonance" 

Matthew Yellowtail

---“Medicine Boy”

Hope G. Yi

---“They Comfort Me: The Politics of Representation and the Power of Survivor Visibility for WWII Korean Comfort Women and Modern-Day Asian Femme Sex Workers”

Diana Zhao

---“The Second Age of Machines”