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School of Humanities and Social Sciences

 

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“Time of a Black boy”: Slavery in New Jersey and the William Green House  /  Video
Kristin Bridges
Advisor: Craig Hollander

The American Impact on Female Identity in Postwar Japan.
Jaclyn Corbo
Advisor: Jodi Weinstein

From Mainstream to Obscene: Abortion in Post-Civil War America.
Jillian Farley
Advisor: Craig Hollander

Jihad of the Soul: Amadu Bamba, the Muridiyya, and Modern Senegal.
Richard Gruters
Advisor: Jo-Ann Gross

Chinese Nationalism in the Post-1989 Era.
Jennifer O’Neill
Advisor: Qin Shao

ANT 390-01 with George Leader

2:00pm – 2:30pm
The William Green House and its Economic Standing in Colonial Hunterdon County
Zoom Meeting ID: 
Nicholas Wekselblatt

 

Philosophy, Religion and Classical Studies

with Pierre Le Morvan


3:30pm – 3:50pm
A Foundherentist Framework for the Modern Liberal Democratic State / Presentation Slides
Ian Holmes
Zoom Meeting ID: 992 3444 2748

 

Political Science


Independent Research Showcase

https://polisci.tcnj.edu/pirs/

 

 

Psychology

PSY 493 with Tamra Bireta

2:00pm – 2:20pm
The Relationship Between Inflammatory Bowel Diseases and Psychological Well-Being
Isaac Trent
Zoom Meeting ID: 911 7054 7594

 

Sociology and Anthropology

Meeting ID: 928 1361 8165

ANT 390 with George Leader


An Investigation of Wood Usage in the 18th and 19th Century Funerary Industry

Beatriz Garcia

Trends Between Ethnicity and Gravestone Shape in Historical Northwestern New Jersey
Calvin Grigal

Digitizing Archaeological Objects: EinScan SE’s Accuracy for Curating Collections
Kiira Jeffers

Colonial Architecture at the William Green Plantation: The Meaning of Flemish Brick Bond
Erin Meyer

Is There A Correlation Between Coffin Handles and Coffin Size?
Alexander Soto

Cultural Diffusion of Funerary Symbolism in 18th and 19th Century
Cecelia Wingard

ANT 393 with Miriam Shakow

 

Climate Action at Colleges and Universities: Lessons for TCNJ
Natalia Da Silva

 

ANT 493-02 with Jared Beatrice

Medicalization in The City of Brotherly Love: An Analysis of Health in 18th to 19th Century Philadelphia
William Russo

 

A Contextual Assessment of Entheseal Changes in a Skeletal Sample from Historic Philadelphia (ca 1702-1859).
Genevieve Duran

 

SOC 374-02 with Lynn Gazley


Qualitative Research: The Higher Education Transition of First-Gen Students in the STEM Classroom
Kayla Parks, Maria Melo, Joe Correa

 

SOC 390-01 with Lynn Gazley

 

Analysis of Pedagogy and Content for a TCNJ Summer Bridge Program
Abigail Schwind, Adamari Sanchez, Jess Rueb

 

SOC 393-02 with Rebecca Li

Reading the Bones: An Analysis of Societal Effects on Health in 18th -19th Century Philadelphia
William Russo

 

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

WGS 496-01 with Mary Lynn Hopps

1:00pm – 1:20pm
Protecting The Pride: Mental Health Activism Collective

The Students of WGS 496
Zoom Meeting ID: 980 7733 7276

World Languages and Cultures

WLC 393 with Holly Didi-Ogren

 12:30pm – 12:50pm
Kagura in Contemporary Communities

Meaghanne McBride
Zoom Meeting ID: 925 5934 9515

 

1:00pm – 1:20pm
子供のストーリーブックパロディー:牛郎織女
(Children’s Storybook Parody: Ori Ushiro)
Emma Cheng
Zoom Meeting ID:

 

WLC 393 with Makiko Kato and Holly Didi-Ogren

 

12:00pm – 12:20pm
On Chemical Nomenclature – History Surrounding the Japanese Language Barrier
Presentation Slides

Matthew Deslatte
Zoom Meeting ID: 931 5857 1848