Conference Hour Groups

Conference Groups stay in the classroom for the last 30 minutes of class according to the course calendar in the course syllabus. To prepare for conference hours, you will need to read selections from “They Say, I Say”: The Moves that Matter in Academic Writing by Cathy Birkenstein and Gerald Graff.

27947—1:40–3:30 p.m.

Group A

Alexandra Janette Calderon
Kevin Cedeno
Edwin Delgado
Jordan Brandon Grossman
Dylan Louie
Lior Mushiev
Isaac Oh
Jahida Sadiki Pyne
Ravi Shah
Edwin Terrero

Group B

Haider Abdullah
Justin F Cintron
Caspian Johnson
Tishauna Miggins
Matthew Steven Robles
Shadman Saleh Shahriyar
Konstantinos Tsangarides
Yasmin Villalobos
Dylan J Wong
Aoran Wu

27951—4:40–6:30 p.m.

Group A

Mahrukh Abdullah
Islam A. Ghanem
Syed Muhammad Wasif Jaffri
Haseeb Javed
David Kutai
Tingwei Li
Yuan Xue Lim
Nazia S Nusha
Afsana Olomi
Debora Esmeralda Xiloj

Group B

Kevin J. Drake ,Jr.
Atika Fariha
Leonardo Francisco
Kaylee Lucia Frias
Christian Tyler Martin
Amna Noor
Claudio M Pinto
Ali Z. Shah
Harpreet Singh
Yudesh Sohan

 

 

Image: Portrait of Wangechi Mutu, Mamiwata by Kehinde Wiley, African American artist. Wiley has painted portraits of numerous notable figures, including Barack Obama. His portraits “disturb and interrupt tropes of portrait painting, often blurring the boundaries between traditional and contemporary modes of representation and the critical portrayal of masculinity and physicality as it pertains to the view of black and brown young men,” and in this case, women. (kehindewiley.com).

How does Kehinde Wiley’s portrayal of a modern African American artist Wangechi Mutu as Mamiwata challenge the images of mythical figures you may have seen before?

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