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The 6th Annual Graduate Student Symposium: Paper Panel (1:00-2:30)

Canadian Studies Center, Jackson School of International Studies

Crossing Borders

Chair: Dr. Patricia Shehan Campbell, Donald E. Petersen Professor of Music (University of Washington)

1:00 - Christopher Herbert (University of Washington) Becoming Cousins: Race, National Identity, and the California and British Columbia Gold Rushes, 1848-1871

1:30 - Sara French (Emily Carr University) Norman Ebertstein: Guarding the Douglas Crossing, Peach Arch Park, Surrey, B.C.

2:00 - Christopher Roberts (University of Washington) Children's Musical Cultures in the United States and Canada: An Exploration of the Smithsonian Folkways Children's Music Collection

Selected Resources for Further Reading

Affidavit
Available free online

"CCTV and The Social Structuring of Surveillance" in Crime Prevention Studies 10 (1999): 157-178.
Available free online

Ctrl [space]: Rhetorics of Surveillance from Bentham to Big Brother
Call Number: N8217.E5 C77 2002 (Art General Stacks, Tacoma Stacks)

Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison
Call Number: HV8666 .F6813 1977b (Odegaard Stacks)

Jill Magid : 117hrs 23min logged : Lincoln ocean Victor Eddy
Request through Interlibrary Loan (about 12 days)

Loving Big Brother: Performance, Privacy and Surveillance
Call Number: HM846 .M34 2004 (Suzzallo/Allen Stacks)

"Maintenance and Sanitation Art" in Dialogues in public art : interviews with Vito Acconci, John Ahearn ...
Call Number: N8835 .F56 2000 (Art General Stacks, Bothell/CCC Stacks, Odegaard Stacks, Tacoma Stacks)

Not to Play with Dead Things
Request through Interlibrary Loan (about 12 days)

Self-Made Man: A Woman's Year Disguised as a Man
Request through Summit (about 5 days)

Surveillance After September 11
Call Number: HN59.2 .L96 2003 (Bothell/CCC Stacks, Suzzallo/Allen Stacks, Tacoma Stacks)

The Oblivion Seekers, & other writings
Request through Summit (about 5 days)

Watch yourself : why safer isn't always better
Request through Interlibrary Loan (about 12 days)