9th Annual Fall Undergraduate Research Festival

9th Annual Fall Undergraduate Research Festival
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 - 4:30pm to 6:30pm
UCC 2nd Floor South Atrium

Semi-annual festivals are held every fall and spring to celebrate undergraduate researchers' contributions to research, scholarly, and creative work at the University of Iowa.

History Majors Presenting from 4:30-5:30pm:

  • Olivia Kane:  Of Prophecy and Christianity: Thomas of Ercildoune and the Intersection of Christianity and Magic in Medieval Scotland in Literature (Mentor Michael Moore)
  • Sarah Lauer:  Honor and Shame in the Sagas of Icelanders: Women’s Struggle for Influence during the Icelandic Commonwealth (Mentor Michael Moore)

History Majors presenting from 5:30-6:30pm

  • Zachary Dierks: A Chip Off the Old Rock: The Identification of Raw Materials of Lithic Debris and Artifacts at Woodpecker Cave (Mentor James Enloe, Anthropology)
  • Ethan Everhart: Comstock, Comedy and Conservatism (Mentor Alyssa Park)
  • Gwyneth Forsythe:  Girl Guides: Claiming a Place in the Public Sphere (Mentors Jeffrey Cox and Lisa Schlesinger, Theatre Arts)
  • Mila Kaut: The African Methodist Episcopal Church and Black Print Culture in Iowa (Mentor Leslie Schwalm)
  • Cameron Moeller: How it Went Down: Geospatial Analysis of Rockfall at Woodpecker Cave (Mentor James Enloe, Anthropology)