Congratulations to Katie Sinor, who has successfully defended her thesis “Finding Displacement Through Incest in Salman Rushdie’s Novels.” Katie, we wish you the best in all future endeavors and hope you’ll keep in touch with us.
Congratulations to Paula Hardy upon successfully defending her thesis, “Hungarian Identity: Constancy and Change in the Fatherland, Mother Tongue, and Family Lines.”
Congratulations to Tina Craddock upon the successful defense of her thesis “INTERGENERATIONAL TRAUMA IN AFRICAN AND NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURES,” directed by Dr. Watson.
Congratulations to Melissa Smoak upon successfully defending her thesis, “”The Melancholic Subject: Exploring Loss and Relationships in African American and Asian American Fiction,” directed by Dr. Huang, who adds, ”The committee was impressed with her insightful interpretations, aided by recent revisions of psychoanalytic theories, of African American and Asian American fiction.”
Congratulations to Kristen Schindler upon successfully defending her thesis “The Exile in Literature: Remembering What Has Been Lost and Finding the Courage to Move Forward,” directed by Dr. Kristy Ulibarri.