Session 7 Breakouts

10:30-11:30 a.m.

(7A) British Literature
Room EH 215
Moderator: Jan Hamer

  • Anneliese Pita, Southern Utah University, "Cannibalism Fueled by Race and Religion in Shakespeare"
  • Chase Redd, Southern Utah University, "An Ocean of Sublimity: Can Life's Most Potent Problems be Solved Through Sea Poetry?"
  • Alisen Allen Setoki, Southern Utah University, "Artificial Intelligence as a Metaphor for Reification in Klara and the Sun"

(7B) Fiction
Room EH 218
Moderator: Nicolle Brown

  • Caroline Hadley, Weber State University, "Am I A Dragon?"
  • Eldyn Molina, Colorado Mesa University, "A Tour of the Apeiron Cabinet on Loan from the Academy of Natural Philosophy"
  • Katherine Regis, Weber State University, "Broken Things"

(7C) Creative Nonfiction
Room EH 219
Moderator: Jordan Mackey

  • Caleb Gardner, Brigham Young University-Idaho, "The Boy Who Hid"
  • Makayla Geddes, Weber State University, "The Tryst"
  • Kassidy Poole, Brigham Young University-Idaho, "Genocide in the Congo and the Refugee Relocation Crisis in America"
  • Claire Safeer, Weber State University, "The Art of Black and White Costuming in Early Television"

(7D) World Literature
Room EH 206
Moderator: Emilia Griffiths

  • Jonah Mroz, Reed College, "Gay Means Happy: Popular Contemporary Queer Media, Representation, and Fandom Culture"
  • Jazmyne Olson, Weber State University, "Out of the Fire, Into the Frying Pan: Bazterrica's Cannibal Critique of Late Stage Capitalism"
  • Lydia Taylor, Central Michigan University, "From Western Orientalism to Uncontainable Identity"
  • Rachel Welker, Brigham Young University-Idaho, "The Pied Piper is an Irish Noble Faerie, as Shown in History and Literature"