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A look back at the 3rd Annual MA Symposium

Now that the 3rd Annual MA Symposium has come and gone, let’s look back at what took place.

Just like last year, we drew quite a crowd. Students came to hear their peers present their research project. This year, the speakers were Brad Warren, Andy Dubois, Nikola Stepić and Philippe Bédard. These first year MAs presented both research papers and thesis projects. The subjects were quite varied, which led to some interesting discussions. If you couldn’t come, these pictures will give you a small idea of what happened.

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MA and PhD Students come support their colleagues who will present their current research. Not only is this a comfortable way for students to present their work, but it also allows for everyone to get to know each other’s research interests.


Brad: "On Selective Auteurism: Making a Case for Roman Polanski’s Pirates"

Brad: “On Selective Auteurism: Making a Case for Roman Polanski’s Pirates”


Brad: "On Selective Auteurism: Making a Case for Roman Polanski’s Pirates"

Brad: “On Selective Auteurism: Making a Case for Roman Polanski’s Pirates”


Andy: "Beyond the Boards: Cinematic & Televisual Representations of Ice Hockey in North America"

Andy: “Beyond the Boards: Cinematic & Televisual Representations of Ice Hockey in North America”


Andy: "Beyond the Boards: Cinematic & Televisual Representations of Ice Hockey in North America"

Andy: “Beyond the Boards: Cinematic & Televisual Representations of Ice Hockey in North America”


Andy: "Beyond the Boards: Cinematic & Televisual Representations of Ice Hockey in North America"

Andy: “Beyond the Boards: Cinematic & Televisual Representations of Ice Hockey in North America”


Nikola: "Empire State of Mind: Sex and the City and Cultural Imperialism"

Nikola: “Empire State of Mind: Sex and the City and Cultural Imperialism”


Nikola: "Empire State of Mind: Sex and the City and Cultural Imperialism"

Nikola: “Empire State of Mind: Sex and the City and Cultural Imperialism”


Philippe: "Disembodied Perspectives: Study of the Visceral Effects of Images Produced by Wearable Miniature Cameras"

Philippe: “Disembodied Perspectives: Study of the Visceral Effects of Images Produced by Wearable Miniature Cameras”


Philippe: "Disembodied Perspectives: Study of the Visceral Effects of Images Produced by Wearable Miniature Cameras"

Philippe: “Disembodied Perspectives: Study of the Visceral Effects of Images Produced by Wearable Miniature Cameras”


Philippe: "Disembodied Perspectives: Study of the Visceral Effects of Images Produced by Wearable Miniature Cameras"

Philippe: “Disembodied Perspectives: Study of the Visceral Effects of Images Produced by Wearable Miniature Cameras”


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