2014 – 2015 Scholars Groups Showcase

Each year, student members of Gallatin’s Albert Gallatin Scholars, Americas Scholars, and Dean’s Honor Society participate in a travel colloquium where they explore a theme related to their destinations. During January Term 2015, AGS explored “Cultural Revolutions” in China, and the Americas Scholars explored “Intersecting Identities in Argentina” in Argentina and Uruguay. During Spring Break 2015, DHS explored “English Culture and Politics” in London. This collection is a showcase of students’ artistic and scholarly responses to their experiences.

“Cultural Revolutions”
Albert Gallatin Scholars

“Visual Disparities” by Jennifer Deutscher
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“Smog” by Christian Hodges
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“Intersecting Identities in Argentina”
Americas Scholars

“Espacio/Vacío” by Helen Isaac, Gabrielle Jensen, and Kelsey McLeod

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“Gabriel: 100% Argentinian” by Eric Sturm
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“English Culture and Politics”
Deans Honor Society

“Museum Audiences & Artifact Appropriation” by Emma Waterman
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“.Museum” by Victoria Loke
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“Cheers, Queers!” by Tommy Craven
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“Postcards from London” by Nadège Giraudet and Anna Waterman
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“#remixUK” by Dylan Fauss
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