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2016 NDUS Arts & Humanities Summit Schedule

Thursday, September 29

 
7:30 - 8:00 am Breakfast
8:00 - 8:30 am Welcome - Memorial Union Lecture Bowl
Bill Caraher, Associate Professor, Department of History, UND
Mark Kennedy, President UND
Welcome from NDUS
8:30 - 10:00 am Panel - Historical Outrage
Lecture Bowl
Public Outrage (Re)shaping Settler Commemoration
Cynthia C. Prescott, UND
From Outrage to Change: A Historial Overview of the Black Campus Movement: 1960 - 1980
Daniel Cooley, UND
Outrage in Historial Perspective
Eric Burin, UND

Panel - Music Therapy Suspension: Shock, Denial, Outrage, Bargaining, Depression, but no Acceptance
River Valley Room
Music Therapy: An Essential Allied Health Profession
Anita Gadberry, UND
Music Therapy in the Evolution of the UND Music Department
Gary Towne, UND
The Impact of the Suspension of Music Therapy on UND
James Popejoy, UND
The Suspension of the UND Music Therapy Program: A Case Study of Flawed Process
Katherine Norman Dearden
9:00 - 10:00 am Panel - The Art of Outrage
Badlands Room
Light and Darkness: Tragedy and the Use of Light in Public Art
Patrick Luber, UND
Quick Response to Outrage
Jenni Lou Russi, VCSU
10:00 - 10:15 am Break
10:15 - 11:30 am Musical Performance
Ballroom

Fiery Red
by Jennifer Higdon (b. 1962)
Performed by Luminus, Piano Trio (Minot State University)
Jon Rumney, violin, MiSU
Erik Anderson, cello, MiSU
Dianna Anderson, piano, MiSU

String Quartet No. 8, II. Alegro molto
by Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-1975)
Performed by Minot State University String Quartet
Jon Rumney, violin
Nina Coster, viola
Rebecca Randash, cello
10:15 - 11:45 am Panel - Literary Outrage
River Valley Room
The Monkey Smokes a Cigarette, or, Yelling at Your Television
Brian Schill, UND
Medieval Zorn, Modern Outrage: The Narrative Aspects of Discontent
Shawn R. Boyd, UND
Dog-Woman on a Slow Burn: Translating "Jeans Prose" by Billjana Jovanovic
John K. Cox, NDSU
The Outrage of the Disabled Body
Andrew J. Harnish, UND
11:45 am - 1:30 pm Lunch and Keynote
Ballroom
Opening Remarks
Debbie Storrs, Dean, UND College of Arts and Sciences
If You Are Not Mad, You're Not Paying Attention: Outrage as Performance, Industry and Politics in Contemporary America
Mark Jendrysik, UND
1:30 - 2:45 pm Roundtable
Lecture Bowl
Standing Rock and the Dakota Access Pipeline: A Dialogue at the University of North Dakota
Rebecca Weaver-Hightower, UND
Cody Hall, Alumni UND
Chase Iron Eyes, Alumni UND
James Grijalva, UND
Jaynie Parrish, UND
Mark Trahant, UND
1:30 - 2:45 pm Panel - The Outrage of History: The Legacies of Slavery and Colonialism in Modern Discourse
River Valley Room
The Black Peter Discussion: The Limits of Tolerance in the Netherlands
Ernst Pijning, MiSU
North V. South: The Legacy of the 'African Holocaust' in Ghana
Ty M. Reese, UND
Undermining Outrage: Native Participants in the Conquest of Mexico
Bradley T. Benton, NDSU
2:45 - 3:00 pm Break
3:00 - 4:30 pm Roundtable
Lecture Bowl
How about a Third Place? A Panel Discussion about Downtown Real Estate and Building Community
David R. Haeselin, UND
Sheila M. Liming, UND
Sheryl O. O'Donnell, UND
Bret Weber, UND
3:00 - 4:00 pm Performance
River Valley Room
Entransed: The Making of a Transnational Woman
Monika Browne, VCSU
3:00 - 5:00 pm 2016 North Dakota Arts & Humanities Faculty & Student Exhibition Reception
Colonel Eugene E. Myers Art Gallery (Hughes Fine Art Center)
Exhibits by 45+ NDUS faculty and students