Sleep and Dreams Conference

Friday, 25 March 2005 - 8:45am5:00pm

3619 Locust Walk, Philadelphia

Sleep and Dreams Conference

Undergraduate Humanities Forum Research Fellows Conference

8:45 | Registration and Breakfast

9:15 – 10:15 | Keynote Address
Peter Struck, Dreams: Between Us and the Gods in the Ancient Greek and Roman World
Assistant Professor, Classical Studies, Penn

10:30 – 12:00 | Session I

Kenny Pearce, SEAS 20007; Applied Science in Computer Science, Philosophy and Classics
Are Dreams Real?

Cristina Alberto, CAS 2006; Visual Studies and Film Studies
Non-Erotic Erotica: Dream and Fantasy in Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut

Jenny Suen, CAS 2006; Comparative Literature and Political Science
A Dream of the Red Chamber: How Hong Kong Remembers the Excesses of the Chinese Cultural Revolution

12:00 – 1:30 | Lunch and Art Reception

Julie Brown, CAS 2005; English, Fine Arts, and Visual Studies
Dreaming Models of Inspiration

Joshua Duyan, CAS 2005; Photography and Design
The Play of Photography in Evoking the Dream-like

Sidi Gomes, CAS 2005; Architecture and Fine Arts
Drawing with Light, An Exploration of the Flexibility of the Negative

1:30 – 3:30 | Session II

Clara Chow, CAS and Wharton 2007; International Studies and Business, and French
Myth and Mysticism: Novalis' Dream of Love Everlasting

Jane Silfen, CAS 2007
Stigmata: Actualization of a Dream

Dana Katz, CAS 2005; Art History
Jacob's Dream in Norman Sicily

Ruth McAdams, CAS 2006; English
Ulysses and Finnegans Wake: The Syntax of Sleep

4:00 – 5:00 | Session III

Molly Cahill, CAS 2007; Biological Basis of Behaviour
Ethics and Sociological Consequences of Modafinil

Tiffany Behringer, CAS 2005; Anthropology and Health Sciences
Gathering Dreams: Analyzing the Shield of Charles Black Horse