Malcolm M. Renfrew Interdisciplinary Colloquium Web Archive

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Spring 2005
MRIC 2004/05

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Spring 2005

January 25th
"Ambassadors Lewis & Clark: Was the Corps of Discovery the Agent of Discovery?"
Dennis Colson - Law

February 1st
"Caught in the Mousetrap: Media Deregulation, Disney and You"
Rebecca Self - JAMM

February 8th
"How Much Do I Have to Know to Design a Bridge?: Engineering Around Ignorance" 
Richard Nielsen - Civil Engineering
February 22nd  
"An Ear for Jazz " 
Dan Bukvich - Lionel Hampton School of Music

March 1st 
"Fire and Myth"
Lauren Fins - Forest Resources

March 8th  
"We Are What We Teach: Politics, Political Science, and the Environment" 
Pat Wilson - Political Science

March 22nd
"Creating Community Conversations Through the Use of Participatory Videography"
Lorie Higgins - Agricultural Economics & Rural Sociology

March 29th 
"Cautionary Tales of Adoption: Addressing the Litigation Crisis at the Moment of Adoption" 
Liz Brandt - Law

April 5th  
"A Sense of Direction"
Robert Caisley - Theatre Arts

April 12th
"Sex and the Citizen: Doctors, Reproductive Manuals, and Fashionable Readers under the Napoleonic Consulate and Empire, 1799–1815" 
Sean Quinlan - History

April 19th
"Muscle Men, Fat Mice and the Supersize Culture" 
Rod Hill - Animal & Veterinary Science

April 26th
"Describing Your Way to Decryption"
Al Carlson - Computer Science
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