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European Studies Capstone Presentations: May 11th and 12th

Thu, May 5, 2011

The Spring 2011 Capstone Presentations will be held on May 11th and 12th.  Please see below for specific times and subjects. All presentations will be held in Mezes 1.102. Students, faculty and staff of UT as well as guests of the students are welcome to attend.

May 11, 2011
1:00 Lizzie Merrill
        Maghreb Immigration in France and its Results
1:20 Javier Ajjam
        From Financial Crisis to European Governance
1:40 Tajana Lovric
        The Croatian Path to the European Union
2:00 Ross McLaughlin
        World Cup 2010: The Latest Catalan Renaissance
2:20 Eleni Gianacakes
        Tracking and Evaluating the British Healthcare System
2:40 Adam Hagerman
        Creating High Art: The Establishment of the Royal Opera House as an Institution of Culture,
3:00 Raul Garcia
        The European Aging Dilemma: Why Pro-natality Policies Fall Short of Preventing the Fertility Crisis
3:20 Melissa Byone
        Why the Andalusian culture of the Cordoban Caliphate continue to thrive even after the Caliphate's
        collapse and breakup

May 12, 2011
9:00 Debra Collier
        The Rise and Demise of Oscar Wilde
9:20 Diane Collier
        The Sufferings of Ladislav Klima
9:40 Lauren Tipton
        Church, State, and Abortion: The Evolution of Reproductive Health Policy in Italy and Spain
10:00 Haley Martin
        The Social History of Waltz and Courtship in 19th Century England
10:20 Taylor Dunn
        Frenchness and the Racial "Other" in the 1920s. A Re-Reading of the Parisian Jazz Age
10:40 Briar Dunn
        The Evolution of the Southern Question through Media: Lack of Progression to the Lack of Morality
11:00 Alicia Nino
        Law and Judiciary in Modern Spain
11:20 Rebecca Mizell
        Student Movements in Modern France through a Social Perspective

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