Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences Summer Research Fellows, Hillary Ash, Jennifer Reinwald,and Emily Ruppel

March 18, 2016 -
3:00pm to 5:00pm

The Agora is a speaker series within the Department of Communication at the University of Pittsburgh that invites scholars to share work of relevance to the many aspects of communication scholarship.  The Agora features faculty and graduate students from both the Department of Communication and the wider University of Pittsburgh community, as well as other noted scholars from around the world.

This speaker series will feature the Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences Summer Research Fellows projects

“The Fight for Inclusion: Women, Activism, and the Early HIV/AIDS Epidemic”
Hillary Ash

“‘Does this Filter Make my Brisket Look Fatty?’: A Media Ecological and Rhetorical Exploration of Austin, TX and Pittsburgh, PA Food Cultures”
Jennifer Reinwald

“Hand Transplants and the Meaning of ‘Success’ in Non-Life-Saving Experimental Medicine: An Oral History from the Patients’ Perspective”
Emily Ruppel

Location and Address

206 Cathedral of Learning

Presenter

Schedule of Events

“The Fight for Inclusion: Women, Activism, and the Early HIV/AIDS Epidemic”

Presenter

Hillary Ash
“‘Does this Filter Make my Brisket Look Fatty?’: A Media Ecological and Rhetorical Exploration of Austin, TX and Pittsburgh, PA Food Cultures”

Presenter

Jennifer Reinwald