Sheila Bock (Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies) gave two presentations in October. The first, “Graduation Dress and the Visual Rhetorics of Unity and Exclusion,” was part of a pre-organized panel, “Belonging, Exclusion, and Community on Campus: New Perspectives on the Folklore of Higher Education," at the annual meeting of the American Folklore Society in Baltimore. The second, "Supernatural Encounters Around the Globe: A Look at Halloween and Beyond," was part of an event co-sponsored by Student Diversity and Social Justice and University Libraries at UNLV.
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