On behalf of the faculty in Multicultural and Transnational Literatures, Foklore, and Film, congratulations to Kelsey Burroughs upon successfully defending her remarkable CAPS project, “Using Video Game Folklore as Texts in the English Classroom“ directed by Dr. Kitta.
Monthly Archives: April 2018
On behalf of the faculty in Multicultural and Transnational Literatures, Foklore, and Film, congratulations to Nicole Crevar upon successfully defending her thesis, “CHICANA POETRY OF RESISTANCE: GALVÁN RODRÍGUEZ EXTENDING THE MESTIZA CONSCIOUSNESS AND ENCOURAGING POLITICAL ACTIVISM THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA,” directed by Dr. Gueye.
On behalf of MTLFF, I’d like to congratulate Siobhan Brewer upon successfully defending her outstanding CAPS project, “The Importance of Multicultural Literature in Community Colleges,” directed by Dr. Banks.
Congratulations to Joy Han upon her successful defense of her thesis, “Familial and Cultural Conflicts as Related to Identity: The 1.5 and Second Generation’s Imperfect Records.”
Congratulations to Jazmin Brooke Pittman upon the successful defense of her CAPS project, “Kindergarten Transformation: African American Heritage Celebration.” Promoting diversity, Afrrican American history, and the arts in the context of teaching five-year-olds is a remarkable achievement, and we’re excited and proud to learn about the work that Jazmin is doing in Charlotte.