Conference Hour Groups

Conference Groups stay in the classroom for the last 30 minutes of class according to the course calendar in the course syllabus. To prepare for conference hours, you will need to read selections from “They Say, I Say”: The Moves that Matter in Academic Writing by Cathy Birkenstein and Gerald Graff.

38070—8:00 – 9:50 a.m. (Tues/Thurs)

Group A

Ali J. Hussain
Harpreet Kaur
Francisco Antonio Olmedo
Juan Pablo Osorio
Rajvir Singh

Group B

Yang Chen
Jonathan Chou
Aryan Persaud
Anthony James Ramos
Daryl Tam

Group C

Victor Amaral
Spiros Stephen Christodoulou
Omar Gawish
Hanna Huang
Joyana Leah Papagianopoulos
Eleftheria Papdopoulos

Group D

Jasmin Aviles
Jie Chen
Chelsea A Sumba
Jennifer Vazquez Macance

38069—10:00 – 11:55 a.m. (Tues/Thurs)

Group A

Shveta Budhram
Keidy Sara Bullock
Eliana T. Friedman
Arabella Hernandez
Jingshi Liu

Group B

Emily Dragoi
Victoria Linek
Christopher Nemeth
Aida Pirovic
Daniel Isaac Rosenfeld
Yinglong Shi

Group C

Jared Albines
Ali Hadi Jawwad
Catherine Matute
Nicholas Alberto Torres
Zarin Zaman

Group D

Rylee Heisler
Milana Khaimova
Darlene Elizabeth Mejia Daruich
Devorah Yonk

38124—1:40 – 3:30 p.m. (Mon/Wed)

Group A

Andy Chauca
Ashley Gomez Guaman
Edwin Lliguichuzhca
Kevin Chan
Mirelie Dominique Galeano

Group B
Allan Ming Ng
Eduardo Ariza
Marie-Clare Veda Rajcoomar
Thomas Shockley
Xueying Xia

Group C
Jeffrey Canas
Keyla Tavares
Kimberly Nandalall
Lewis Pimiento
Shoshana Orenstein

Group D
Erica Wang
Jaden Steadman
Jennifer Gil
Marcela Cabrera
Tony Jiang

 

Image: Portrait of Wangechi Mutu, Mamiwata by Kehinde Wiley, African American artist. Wiley has painted portraits of numerous notable figures, including Barack Obama. His portraits “disturb and interrupt tropes of portrait painting, often blurring the boundaries between traditional and contemporary modes of representation and the critical portrayal of masculinity and physicality as it pertains to the view of black and brown young men,” and in this case, women. (kehindewiley.com).

How does Kehinde Wiley’s portrayal of a modern African American artist Wangechi Mutu as Mamiwata challenge the images of mythical figures you may have seen before?

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