Dr. Gloria Hernandez
Dept. of Languages and Culture
Email: ghernandez@wcupa.edu
and
Dr. Melissa Whidden
Dept. of Kinesiology
Email: mwhidden@wcupa.edu


 

 

Research Consortium

Fourteenth Annual Research Day

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

 

Keynote Speaker Dr. Adrián López-Denis

 

Academic Imperialism  and Transnational Field Research

in

Contemporary Cuba

Adrián López-Denis specializes in the history of Latin America from colonial times to the present with a focus on the relationship between medicine and slavery in the Spanish Caribbean. At the University of Havana he received a B.S. in biology, a B.A. in Library Sciences, and an M.A. in Latin American Studies. He also earned an M.A. in Economics from Carleton University. After completing his Ph.D. in Latin American History at UCLA, he was a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in International Humanities at Brown University. His current project examines how colonial practitioners working with soldiers, sailors, and slaves contributed to the modernization of Western medicine across the Iberian Atlantic World during the Age of Revolution.

 

Research Day 2015 Schedule

Sykes Ballrooms and Meeting Rooms

 

Times Events and Locations
9:00 -- 10:30 am Posters. Section 1: Social and Behaviorial Disciplines (Sykes Ballrooms)
  Authors' Corner/Videos/Table Displays (Sykes Ballrooms)
10:30 -- 10:45 am Snack break (available in Sykes Ballrooms)
10:45 am -- 12:30 pm Oral Presentations. Section 1: Social and Behaviorial Disciplines (Sykes 254)
12:30 -- 1:30 pm Lunch (available in Sykes Ballrooms)
1:30 -- 3 pm Posters. Section 2: Humanities and Applied Sciences (Sykes Ballrooms)
  Authors' Corner/Videos/Table Displays (Sykes Ballroom)
3 -- 3:15 pm Snack break (available in Sykes Ballrooms)
3:15 -- 4:30 pm Oral Presentations: Section 2: Humanities and Applied Sciences (Sykes 254)
  Demo and Video Presentations
4:30 -- 6:00 pm

Research Panel: Latin American and Latino/a Studies (Sykes 252)

7:00 -- 8:00 pm

Guest Speaker Presentation :  "Academic Imperialism and Transnational Field Research in Contemporary Cuba"

Professor Adrián López-Denis (Gates Recital Hall, Swope Music Building)

 

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