Congratulations to Diana Ocheltree, who successfully defended her thesis “TAINTED THROUGH TRANSFER: DIS/CONNECTIVE RESIDUES IN MOHSIN HAMID’S CONTAMINATED FICTION.”
Congratulations to Meghann Totherow upon successfully defending her CAPs project, “A Course in Middle Eastern Literature for Fayetteville Technical Community College.”
Congratulations to Pamela Henderson Kirkland upon successfully completing her CAPS project, “Creating a Multicultural Learning Space in the Public Secondary School Classroom.” The project is a reflection of the innovative public school teaching she does, and the meeting was a joyful reunion of the 2016 London study abroad faculty and a London alum!
Congratulations to Stephen Poole upon his successful defense of his CAPS project, “Studies in Mexican Literature: An Online Graduate Course.”
Congratulations on behalf of the MTLFF concentration to Randall Meisenhelder upon his successful defense of his thesis “Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, Cornel West, Barack Obama: Giving Voice and Purpose to African American Subalterns” directed by Dr. Watson.
Today, the English Department voted to approve a merger between our departmental area and film, so we have become Multicultural and Transnational Literatures, Film, and Folklore. While the merger will not have any immediate effect on our curriculum, my guess is that the new name and members of the team (including Dr. Anna Froula and Dr. Amanda Klein) will represent exciting new possibilities for us going forward. It’s also gratifying to have Folklore represented officially as a part of our departmental name, especially since Dr. Kitta has done such an outstanding job in leading the area. That change, too, I believe, will bode well for future development of the area.
Congratulations to Nate King upon his successful defense of his CAPS project, “Historical Positions of Christianity in Postcolonial Literature: Or, Colonial Complicit Christianity,” directed by Dr. Ulibarri. The project involved a course design for a college-level sophomore/junior literature course.
So excited to learn from Dr. Kitta that Erin Hawley has successfully defended her CAP project, “Disability Advocacy and Technology – an Online Course” today. The project sounds very exciting and a subject that we really ought to feature more in our own curriculum. Best wishes and keep in touch, Erin.
Congratulations to Morgan Thompson, who has successfully defended her CAPS project, “A Seminar in U.S. Immigrant Literature for Adult Distance Education.”
Congratulations to Sarah Wise upon successfully defending her thesis “The Sum of Our Parts: Race, Blood, and Genetics in Three Dystopian Young Adult Novels,” directed by Dr. Ulibarri.