2008 Rhodes Institute Papers

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Music in Memphis History: Professor Carole Blankenship

Zach Glover (’10): “The International Blues Challenge: Before, Then and Now”

Alison Morrell (’10): “The Life of Memphis Opera Houses: 1880-1910”

Pamela Palmer (’10): “Lucie E. Campbell-Williams: A Legacy of Leadership Through the Gospel”

 

Performance in Memphis: Professor David Jilg

Natalija Kokoreva (‘10), Katie Grills (‘10), La’Sandria Ward (‘09): “Costume Design for the Opera Memphis Production of Scott Joplin and Treemonisha
Link: http://www.rhodes.edu/flash/treemonisha/treemonisha.html

 

Neuroscience: Professor Kim Gerecke

Sarah Barowka (‘09): “The Effect of Methylphenidate on Addictive Behavior and Short-Term Memory Retrieval in Standard Housing and enriched Environment Mice”

Stephen Spainhour (‘11): “The Effect of Methylphenidate on Addictive Behavior and Short-Term Memory Retrieval in Mice”

Rachel Trout (‘10): “The Effect of Methylphenidate on Addictive Behavior and Short-Term Memory Retrieval in Mice”

 

History and Archaeology in Fayette County, Tennessee: Professor Milton Moreland

Lucy Coolidge (’09): “Always One of Us: Lucy Petway Holcombe Pickens”

Sybil Fortner (‘10): “Slave Relationships and their Manipulation of Ethnic Identity” 

Hannah Spirrison (’10):  “Profitability and Slave Treatment in West Tennessee”

 

The Clinton Presidential Library: Professor Robert Saxe

Taylor Barnes (‘09): “An Unprecedented Conversation: The Limits of President Clinton’s Advisory Board on Race”

Aline Cresswell (’08):“PTO Revisions of the Examination Guidelines during the Clinton Administration: Exposing the Biotechnological Rips in the Legal Fabric”

Andrew Miller (‘11): “Adjudicating History: Politics, Media, History, and the Short Life of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Holocaust Assets in the United States”

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