Patti May Parsons successfully defended her thesis “Dramatic Historicizing of Hawaii: The Juxtaposition of Indigenous Culture Colonization/Americanization, and 21st- Century Issues in the Island Plays and Writings of Victoria Nālani Kneubuhl,” directed by Dr. Bardill.
Monthly Archives: November 2014
Congratulations on behalf of the MTL faculty to Kellie French upon her successful defense of her thesis, “Remembering, Eating, Cooking, and Sharing: Identity-Shaping Activities in Ethnic American First-Person Food Writings,” directed by Dr. Huang.
I would like to congratulate Anne Benenhaley upon the successful defense of her thesis “’Darkness, Dirt, Deviance’—and Daddy: Patrilineal Relationships and the Negotiation of Womanhood in the Literature of Middle Eastern and Arab-American Women.”
We just just got word from the grad school that Jennifer Burcham’s thesis “An Appetite for Metaphor : Food Imagery and Cultural Identity in Indian Fiction” has been “viewed or downloaded more than 1000 times through ECU’s online repository, The Scholarship.” It’s one of the most Viewed theses in the repository: http://thescholarship.ecu.edu/handle/10342/3535.