Biehl Presentations

2010 Biehl Students Presenting The Biehl International Research Internship is a self-directed, social science research internship conducted outside of the United States and other English speaking countries. Projects facilitate substantial contact with the society to be studied and should be focused in one area, or a few closely related locales, rather than several sites. Upon students' return in the Advent Semester, each recipient writes a research paper under faculty supervision and presents a public talk on his or her study. A group numbering 45 and comprised of faculty, students, staff and community members gathered on September 15, 2010 to hear this year's six presentations:

  • Amazonian Urbanization
  • Conservation on the Galapagos Islands
  • Elder Care in India
  • Indigenous Languages and Peruvian Identity
  • Memorialization of the Holocaust
  • Online Activism and Censorship in China
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