Students and professors at the 2010 symposium.
2011 Arkansas Undergraduate Sociology and Anthropology Symposium
(held at Hendrix)
Sarah Spencer, “Body Image, Media, and Attraction: A Gendered Look at the Effects on College Students”
Alison Pope, “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes”
Sean, Mehl, “Altered Landscapes: Cultural Hegemony and the Domestication of Women”
Ellen Granger, “The Deterritorialization of American Agricultural Communities: Community building properties of alternative agriculture”
Paige Hopkins, “Socioeconomic Status and Food Accessibility: A Correlation?”
Lizzy Foster, “Afro-Brazilian Culture in Northeast Brazil: A comparative study”
Alice Cawley, “Developing Cultural Identities through Rivers”
Linh Chuong, “Voicing Power: African Women's Struggle to Communicate Resistance in Three African Novels”
Darcy Wilkins, “Dirt and Chaos: Controlling the Other and Establishing Self with Conceptions of Cleanliness”
Bethany Grove, “The American Sex Education Debate and Legitimization of Cultural Norms”
Elizabeth Morgan, “Subtractive Psychiatry: An Examination of the History of Mental Health Care and Recommendations for Reform”
Joseph McCain and Alison Pope, Poster Session: “Preventing Rape, Sexual Assault, and Gender Violence”
2008 Arkansas Undergraduate Sociology and Anthropology Symposium
(held at UALR)
Wendie Choudary. "Social Explorations in a Battered Women's Shelter: A Grounded Theory Perspective."
Krysti Armstrong. "Nature, Identity and Web Self-expression."
Lovemore Gororo. "The Log Cabin Democrat's Presentation of Racial and Ethnic Minorities."
2007 Arkansas Undergraduate Sociology and Anthropology Symposium
(held at Hendrix College)
Elise Stangle. "Bureaucracy and a Feminist Perspective at a Women's Shelter."
Wendie Choudary. "Hendrix College Students' Attitudes Toward Tattoos: Reinforcement of Gender Divisions."
Robin Bischof. "Blushing Encounters: Theory, Fantasy, and Real Women in the Contemporary Mother Romance Novel."
Samantha Henry. "The Rising Sun Meets the West: The Rise of Japanese Nationalism through the Meiji Era."
Shawn Edquist. "Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome: A Sociological Understanding of Women's Stories."
Barry Volgelsang, Eric Schneider, and Becca Mayeaux. "Lake Conway, a Community Drained."
Barry Voldelsang. "Observations on Companion Animal-Human Interaction in Conway."
Lee Ann Grogan. "The Life of an Immigrant and What It Can Mean for Society as a Whole."
Sarah Hughes. "A Look at the Reproduction of Failure in English as a Second Language Programs (ESL) in Public Schools."
Gororo Lovemore Nyasha. "Hendrix College Students' Attitudes toward Social Welfare."
2001 Arkansas Undergraduate and Anthropology Symposium
Heather Curry, "The Anti-Pornography Movement and Social Change."
Katie Falgoust, "How Green are Hendrix Students: The Impact of Political Ideology on Environmental Attitudes, Knowledge, and Behavior."
Allison Shurr, "The Pro-Choice Movement."
Iris Tomlak, "Know Your Role: Life as a Kalapalo Indian."
Students and Faculty at the 1998 Symposium