1. Digitizing Postcolonial Feminism: The Stockton Postcolonial Studies Project


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    This talk features two works that have come out of The Stockton Postcolonial Studies Project (http://wp.stockton.edu/postcolonialstudies), a digital resource overseen by Dr. Adeline Koh: Kitchens and Domesticity, by Raina DeFonza, and Hybridity and Comics, by Stephanie Cawley. Kitchens and Domesticity is a comparative study of how kitchens function in the Nigerian novel Purple Hibiscus and the Julie/Julia blog/film. Hybridity and Comics examines the postcolonial concept of hybridity through an innovative reading of two graphic novels: Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis and Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home. The Stockton Postcolonial Studies Project is now listed in the MLA Catalogue of Scholarly Websites. In this presentation, Raina and Stephanie will talk about their research findings, and the difference in producing research for a digital versus print medium.

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    • Jean-Luc Bredas on Organic Electronics


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      Professor Jean-Luc Bredas, the Vasser Woolley & Georgia Research Alliance Chair in Molecular Design, talks to The Tower about his computational work modeling organic electronics. Interviewed and filmed by Michael Chen. Edited by Fitrah Hamid.

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      • Hugh Crawford on Literature at Georgia Tech


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        Hugh Crawford, an Associate Professor of Literature, Communication, and Culture at Georgia Tech talks to The Tower about rebuilding Thoreau's Hut at Walden, The Mad Housers Project, and undergraduate literary research in general at a technical institute. Interviewed by Michael Chen. Filmed by Victor Lee. Edited by Fitrah Hamid.

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        • Gary Schuster on Undergraduate Research


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          Gary Schuster, the Vasser Woolley Professor, former interim President, Provost, and Vice President of Academic Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology, interviews with The Tower Undergraduate Research Journal about undergraduate research. Edited by Fitrah Hamid.

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          • David Ballantyne on Black Holes


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            David Ballantyne is an assistant professor in the School of Physics at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a member of the Center for Relativistic Astrophysics with research interests in (i) the evolution of galaxies and their central supermassive black holes (ii) astroparticle physics and (iii) the physics of accretion disks around both black holes and neutron stars. The Tower talked to Prof. Ballantyne about his experiences with undergraduate research and his research interests. Interviewed by Michael Chen. Edited by Fitrah Hamid. Filmed by Victor Lee.

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            • Andrew Newman on Earthquakes


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              Andrew Newman, Assistant Professor in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, interviews with The Tower about his interests in earthquake research, including the recent Japanese earthquake. Interviewed by Michael Chen. Edited by Fitrah Hamid. Filmed by Victor Lee.

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              • Joel Sokol on Sports Prediction


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                Joel Sokol is an Associate Professor in the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech. We talk to Joel Sokol about his undergraduate research experience and his research modeling the NCAA Basketball Ratings. Interviewed by Michael Chen. Edited by Fitrah Hamid. Filmed by Victor Lee.

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                • Dan Anderson PIT Presentation


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                  • Ada Yonath on the Ribosome


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                    Ada Yonath is the 2009 Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry; the Martin S. and Helen Kimmel professor of Structural Biology; Director of the Helen & Milton A. Kimmelman Center for Biomolecular Structure & Assembly; and the Director of the Joseph & Ceil Mazer Center for Structural Biology. Yonath talks with The Tower about her past, her experiences with undergraduate research, and her work on the ribosome. This interview was filmed with help from the Scholarly Communication & Digital Services Department at the Georgia Tech Library. Interviewed by Michael Chen and Tyler Kaplan. Edited by Fitrah Hamid.

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                    • Students at ANDC


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                      Undergraduate Students that ANDC describe their experience working doing research projects.

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