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USFSP Student Research Colloquium

Michael Slattery
Man in Hue – Constructing a Narrative Response to
Shakespeare’s Sonnets

MLA Program

This presentation will draw focus on the creation of a single androgynous beloved constructed from two love objects of opposite gender in Shakespeare’s Sonnets. In addition, Michael Slattery will discuss a creative work of fiction that he has developed from working with these same sonnets.

Adam Flanery
Fieldwork Experience: Data Collection for the Thesis “Forest Community Integration and Collective Agency in Korup National Park, Cameroon: Interactions with Forest Policies and the REDD+ Mechanism”

Masters of Environment Science & Policy program (M.S. candidate)

The presentation will begin with a brief overview of the challenges and opportunities faced by rural communities in Korup National Park, Cameroon, in their interactions with past, current, and future forest policies. This will be followed by a slide show illustrating my experiences of collecting data in the field, from the forest villages around Korup to the busy capital city of Yaounde.

1:00 – 2:00
Tuesday October 13th
Poynter Corner
Nelson Poynter Memorial Library

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