ESP Biography


Major: Biology

College/Employer: The University of Chicago

Year of Graduation: Not available.

Picture of Rhochelle Krawetz

Brief Biographical Sketch:

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Past Classes

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X3069: From Cinderella to Mulan: The Sociology of Disney Princesses in Splash! 2009 (Nov. 21 - 22, 2009)
Behind the entertaining stories and catchy songs that characterize Disney movies, a whole new world of sociological study can be opened up by studying the evolution of Disney Princess. From the passive Snow White to the headstrong Ariel, Disney princesses hold a mirror to the transformation of women in Western society. This class will be a quick jaunt through Disney while taking a look at the implications the portrayal of princesses has for modern society. Of course, discussion will be supplemented with primary research (i.e. watching clips of Disney movies).

H3102: But Aren’t We Friends on Facebook? in Splash! 2009 (Nov. 21 - 22, 2009)
You have 2 friend requests. Aristotle – 2 mutual friends Confirm? Ignore? Karl Marx – 0 mutual friends Confirm? Ignore? Well, before we respond, maybe we should consider what they think a friend is. Have you ever stopped to think about this word “friend”? What is a friend to you? Why do we have them? How can we be better friends? To help us think about these questions, we’ll be exploring how great minds like Aristotle and Karl Marx approached friendship. The goal is to help us form our own ideas and discuss them. So, Confirm or Ignore?