2nd Annual Fête de la Recherche

November 12, 2011 Washington Hall 201

Poster
Program 
Images of the 2011 Fête

 

 2nd annual Fete de la recherche Nov 12 2011

 

 Program:  Saturday, November 12, 2011  (Washington hall 201)

 

9:00-9:20 breakfast

9:20-9:30 opening remarks

9:30-10.10 formal presentations

Bridget Carr: 'Une après-françafrique? Étude du cas sénégalais" (McCormack-Reboussin honors thesis, in progress)

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Stephanie Kumah: "Le Front oublié: comprendre la guerre à travers les yeux de l'auteur francophone." (Honors thesis, in progress)

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10:10: 11:10: break and poster session

Poster presentation of research projects done in Montpellier during the summer of 2011:

Catie Duckett, "Les troubles alimentaires en France : enquête à Montpellier" 

 Samantha Fansler, "La communauté musulmane et les lois 'républicaines'"

 Angela Hales, "Langue et culture occitanes à Montpellier"

 Maryam Kanna, "Football, immigration et multiculturalisme en France"

 Joseph Workman, "La construction du nouvel hôtel de Montpellier."

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11:10-12.10 Formal presentations

Lorelei French, "Le rapport entre l'alimentation et les medias en France aujourd'hui" (IFE 2011)

Karen Harshfield, "Les négociations sur le changement climatique : les différentes orientations politiques des think-tanks aux États-Unis et en France" (IFE 2011)

Catherine Kang, "La chanson d'enfant : son évolution au sein de la société française" (IFE 2011)

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12:10-12:30 Questions for the group and closing remarks

Images:

Lorelei French

Lorelei French presented the results of her research at the I.F.E from the Spring of 2011. She did her internship with the EHESS in Paris and worked with a psychology lab on the relationships between the media (press, internet) and discourses about food consumption.

 

cathy Kang

 

Cathy Kang also studied with the IFE in the Spring of 2011. Her internship was with the Schola Cantorum in Paris. Her research project dealt with pedagogical uses of comptines and other popular children's songs at the Schola.