Written by Andrea Pierson; posted by Dustin Jenkins
M.A. Thesis candidate Natalia Kim participated in the Ohio University International Student Union (ISU) Research Symposium and won first place in the Arts and Humanities section. She introduced her research "Transnational Women Characters in Cinema." The symposium was held on Friday, February 20, 2015 as a poster session.
The symposium was a poster exhibition and presentation of student research that are connected to international affairs and included three categories: Arts and Humanities, STEM, and Social and Behavioral Sciences. Kim’s poster was based on her thesis research and engages films such as Dirt, Babel, The Illegal, Amreeka, and Dancer in the Dark.
Kim’s thesis advisor Ofer Eliaz, Ohio University professor Katarzyna Marciniak, and ELIP Writing Lab tutor Animesh Rathore all helped prepare her for this symposium.