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“Eighty Acres of Hell” or “A Grand Old-Time”?: The War of Words Surrounding Chicago’s Camp Douglas and Historical Memory

Jacob McAloon

Female Blackness in an Abyss of Racism, Sexism, and The Black Panther Party; A Hypocritical Society that Fought for Equality but Denied Its Own Members Basic Human Rights

Madison Givens

"Library Lane": Digitally Discovering A Lost American Impressionist Painting

Lydia Craig

Political Ecology in Shakespeare’s Roman Plays

Emily Sharrett

Purple Pencil Project: A Case Study of Digital Humanities in Practice

Prakruti Maniar

Social Determinants of Health and COVID-19: A review of the literature

Jessica Yunez, Loyola University Chicago
Monique Ridosh PhD, RN, Loyola University Chicago

The Politics of HumanAnimal Relationships in Summer 2020: Notes from a Virtual Research Mentorship

John Hawkins
Megan Walsh, Loyola University Chicago

Saturday, June 6th
10:00 AM

Broken Chains, Open Doors, and Mad Women: Prison Escape Narratives in Euripides’ Bacchae and Acts of the Apostles

Megan Wines

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Daring Dames and Dirty Deeds: Chicago Burlesque from 1870 to 1938

Lucas Bensley

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

"We Made the West": How African American Cowboys and Buffalo Soldiers Interacted with the Landscape During Western Expansion

Ve'Amber Miller

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

11:15 AM

A Novel Epistemology of Political Disagreement

Jay Carlson

11:15 AM - 12:15 PM

1:00 PM

Nature As it Was: Habitat Dioramas and Public Memory in the Anthropocene

Hannah Overstreet

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Put a Curse On My Enemy - Encoding the Poetry of Meir of Norwich

Eliora Horst, Loyola University Chicago

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM