English Department master's essay presentations are tomorrow
The English Department invites the UST community to its fall 2007 master's essay presentations to be given from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14, in the Fireside Lounge, Koch Commons.
The students and the titles of their essays:
- Anne Estes – "The Role of Female Performance and Play in W.D. Howell's The Rise of Silas Lapham"
- Erin Huebner Gloege – "Student Voices: First-Year Women Students Talk About Writing and Transition"
- Kitty Gorman-Hanson – "Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, Night, and Schindler's List in the Secondary English Classroom: Cautions of Holocaust Representation and Identification"
- Lisa Hagel – "The Destructive Ancestry of Taking Sides: Examining the Confluence of Cultural Identity and Material Conditions in Jean Rhys' Wide Sargasso Sea and Michele Cliff's Abeng"
- Brett Kolles – "Wilde Times and Bewildering Moves: Oscar Wilde's Media Savvy and Public Relations Panache"
- Leah Nelson Osborne – "Yarnspinners: Fairy Tales, Feminist Encoding, and the Female Voice"
- Keri Henkel Stifter – "Willa Cather's Sapphira and the Slave Girl: A Novel of Escape"
- Eleanor Hisaye Taniguchi – "Jane Johnston Schoolcraft: Writing Within the Middle Ground"
For more information, contact Nicole Mass, (651) 962-5628.