The 2022 Obermann Humanites 3MT was an in-person event at the Obermann Center on September 29, 2022.
Winner: Berkley Conner (Communication Studies, CLAS), "Guarding Gender, Race, and Nation: A Rhetorical History of Menstrual Containment."
The 2021 Obermann Humanities 3MT was a live, virtual event on October 1, 2021.
Winner: Bethanny Sudibyo (Spanish & Portuguese, CLAS), “Imperial Imaginings: Representations of Religion, Race, and Gender in 19th-Century Spanish Philippine Novels.”
The 2020 Obermann Humanities 3MT was a virtual event in October 2020.
Winner: Emily Wieder (French & Francophone World Studies, CLAS), "Being, Seeming, Resisting: Claude Cahun."
Watch her presentation for the all-campus finals:
Date: Friday, September 27, 2019, 4:00-5:30 p.m.
Winner: Christie Vogler (Anthropology, CLAS), "The Women of Gangivecchio: Investigating Gender, Wealth, and Work in the Agricultural Economy of Roman Sicily." Read about Christie's research.
Vogler went on to win the campus-wide 3MT in November 2019. Watch her winning presentation: