Congratulations to Brittany Ann Long upon the successful defense of her thesis “ALIENATION AND ETHNIC IDENTITIES IN GROWING UP ETHNIC IN AMERICA, BORDERLANDS/LA FRONTERA, AND THE DAY NINA SIMONE STOPPED SINGING.” Her focus on literary representations of adolescence and its connection to ethnic identity formation was original and fascinating.
Monthly Archives: April 2015
Congratulations to Emily Kilpatrick upon successfully completing her CAPS project, “Appalachian Literature in the Secondary Classroom: Teaching Appalachian Literature as a Valuable Part of Multicultural and Transnational Literature” directed by Dr. Deena.
Congratulations are in order to Kevin Nosalek upon his successful defense of his thesis “Imagining the Homeland: Myth, Movement, and Migration in Three Novels by Women from the African Diaspora,” directed by Dr. Gueye.
Congratulations to Lena Greer upon successfully defending her thesis “JEWISH WOMEN AND THE SPECTER OF THE OLD WORLD IN JEWISH IMMIGRANT FICTION.”