Congratulations to fourteen graduating English majors who were recognized at the Honors medals ceremony.
Erica (Cam) Atzl. “Nature and Nurture: Parenting in Zombie Narratives.”
Margaret (Maggie) Court. “Minstrelsy and Moral Philosophy: A Defense of Zora Neale Hurston’s Truth and Fiction.”
Josh Couvares. “The Ache in His Jaw” (fiction).
Jingyuan (Helen) Fu. “A Bridge and Not an End: Gene Luen Yang and the Wait for Superman.”
Catherine (Katie) Hires. “Eavesdropping: Memoir as a Feminist Document” (memoir).
Reilly Lynch. “Terra Nova: A Call for an Increased Use of Young Adult Fantasy and Science Fiction Novels in the High School Classroom.”
Emmanuel Oppong-Yeboah. “Sankofa: A Dialectic on (Post)coloniality and the Reconstruction of Black Masculinity.”
Tara Pealer (Avery Point). “The Girl on Fire Burns on: An Examination of Sex, Gender, and Romance in The Hunger Games, Divergent, and Twilight.”
Alan Polozov. “Drifters: A Novella” (fiction).
Brian Quigley. “The Hand of God: Writing and Law in the Old and New Testaments.”
Elizabeth Rider. “Institutionalized Female Madness in American Literature from 1950 to 1999.”
Lauren Silverio. “‘So vexed me the þouȝtful maladie’: Public Presentation of the Private Self in Hoccleve’s My Compleinte and the Conpleynte Paramont.”
Sydney Souder. “The Evolution of the Dickensian Solicitor.”
Kaila Toce. “E. M. Forster and Women.”