Schedule

Friday, October 14, 2016

All events take place in McCormick 106, unless otherwise noted.

  • 2:30 pm. Sign in, McCormick 106 lobby
  • 3:00 pm. Welcome
  • 3:15 pm. Panel 1: After the Floods
    • Cassandra Shepard, “As Salient as Saltwater: the Post-Colonialism in Post-Katrina”
    • Liz Koslov, “Unmaking the Waterfront: Experiences of Managed Retreat From the Coast”
    • Ifor Duncan, “Waterlines”
    • Respondent: Curt Gambetta
  • 4:45 pm. Break
  • 5:00 pm. Opening keynote address
  • 6:00 pm. Break
  • 6:15 pm. Music and discussion, McCormick 106 lobby
    • Ben Cosgrove, “Place of Many Waters”
    • Respondent: Bora Yoon
  • 7:00 pm. Wine & cheese reception, McCormick 106 lobby
  • 8:00 pm. Dinner for presenters, respondents, and keynote speakers, restaurant T.B.A.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

All events take place in McCormick 106, unless otherwise noted.

  • 9:00 am. Coffee & pastries, McCormick 106 lobby
  • 9:15 am. Panel 2: Place and Displacement
    • Lucy Partman, “Arthur Wesley Dow’s Visual Displacement in the ‘Country of the Marshes'”
    • Rupa Pillai, “Insights from Beach Pujas: Guyanese Hindu Place-Making in New York City”
    • Joshua Bartlett, “Underneath the ‘Azure Reign’: Exploring the Atlantic in Phillis Wheatley’s ‘A Farewel to America'”
    • Respondent: Dr. Monica Huerta
  • 10:45 am. Coffee break, McCormick 106 lobby
  • 11:00 am. Panel 3: Dangerous Waters
    • Grace Carey, “Flint: Where Even the Water Burns”
    • Marnie Riddle, “Landscape Scale, Local Sensibilities, and Cooperative Federalism in the History of Clean-Water Regulation”
    • Shreya Subramani, “New Orleans’s Gentilly Resilience District”
    • Respondent: Prof. Alan Braddock
  • 12:30 pm. Lunch, McCormick 106 lobby
  • 1:30 pm. Panel 4: The Power of Rivers
    • Zachary Bennett, “Flowing Power: Rivers on New England’s Eastern Frontier”
    • John Nelson, “American Empire and the Fluid Frontier:
 Competing Visions of Land and Water at the Chicago Portage, 1795-1833”
    • Sigma Colón, “Rivers of America”
    • Respondent: Prof. Martha Sandweiss
  • 3:00 pm. Coffee break, McCormick 106 lobby
  • 3:15 pm. Panel 5: Arid Futures?
    • Jennifer Garcia Peacock, “Picturing the Rural Chicanx Watershed: Pilgrimages, Ditches, Canals, and Roadside Shrines, 1965-1970”
    • Vanessa Nicholas, “Wet and Wild: The Ecopolitics of Water in David Hockney’s Pool Paintings”
    • Sayd Randle, “On Aqueducts and Anxiety: Reading L.A.’s Future Through Infrastructure Stories”
    • Respondent: Prof. D. Graham Burnett
  • 4:45 pm. Coffee break, McCormick 106 lobby
  • 5:00 pm. Closing keynote address

 

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