Event Title

The Right to Exist: A De-Colonial Analysis of Media Representations of Sexual Minorities

Presenter Information

Luis Esparza

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Major

Communication Studies

Category

Humanities and Letters

Session Number

13

Location

RM 217

Faculty Mentor

Dr. Liliana Conlisk-Gallegos

Juror Names

Elizabeth Martin

Start Date

5-16-2019 4:30 PM

End Date

5-16-2019 4:50 PM

Abstract

The purpose of this experiment is to collect and analyze the mud present in the mud volcanoes near the Salton Sea in California. The purpose is to analyze the clays found in and these mud volcanoes to determine if they have been subjected to metamorphosed conditions in their uplifting journey to the surface. The goal of this is to understand what exactly is happening to the mud as it flows through the subsurface and if it is experiencing enough changes in temperature to contain a metamorphic temperature signature within its composition.

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May 16th, 4:30 PM May 16th, 4:50 PM

The Right to Exist: A De-Colonial Analysis of Media Representations of Sexual Minorities

RM 217

The purpose of this experiment is to collect and analyze the mud present in the mud volcanoes near the Salton Sea in California. The purpose is to analyze the clays found in and these mud volcanoes to determine if they have been subjected to metamorphosed conditions in their uplifting journey to the surface. The goal of this is to understand what exactly is happening to the mud as it flows through the subsurface and if it is experiencing enough changes in temperature to contain a metamorphic temperature signature within its composition.