Category Archives: Thesis Defense

Thesis Defense for Lindsay Hartman

The English and World Languages Department is pleased to announce the defense of Lindsay Hartman, finishing an MA in English. This defense is the last step of a lengthy independent research process. Graduate students work closely with the chair of their committee to add to existing scholarly conversations in a variety of fields within English and World Languages.

Proposing, Planning, and Designing a High School Writing Center

Monday May 9th at 11:30am
Committee:
Dr. A. Nicole Pfannenstiel, Chair
Dr. Emily Baldys

Dr. Kerrie Farkas

All are welcome to attend.

Thesis Defense for Madeleine Bair

The English and World Languages Department is pleased to announce the defense of Madeleine Bair, finishing an MA in English. This defense is the last step of a lengthy independent research process. Graduate students work closely with the chair of their committee to add to existing scholarly conversations in a variety of fields within English and World Languages.

Survivor Narratives

Monday May 9th at 4:00pm

Committee:

Dr. Justin Mando, Chair

Dr. Kaitlin Mondello

Dr. A. Nicole Pfannenstiel

 

All are welcome to attend.

Thesis Defense for Katherine Ingaglio

The English and World Languages Department is pleased to announce the defense of Katherine Ingaglio, finishing her M.Ed. in English. This defense is the last step of a lengthy independent research process. Graduate students work closely with the chair of their committee to add to existing scholarly conversations in a variety of fields within English and World Languages.  

Connecting Games and Literature in the Classroom: The case for Bloodborne and H.P. Lovecraft

Tuesday April 26th at 4:30pm (zoom)

Committee:

Dr. A. Nicole Pfannenstiel, Chair

Dr. Caleb Corkery

Dr. Justin Mando

 

All are welcome to attend.

Thesis Defense for Cameron DiSanto

The English and World Languages Department is pleased to announce the defense of Cameron DiSanto, finishing a BA in English.

Transforming the Legacies of Romanticism in Contemporary North American Nature Poetry

Tuesday May 3rd  at 3:30pm in McComsey 253

Committee:

Dr. Kaitlin Mondello, chair

Dr. Justin Mando

Dr. Nicole Pfannenstiel

 

All are welcome to attend.