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Department of English and Modern Languages
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MA English Students Honored at Banquet

April 09, 2013

The following English graduate students recently received recognition for their achievements at the 2012-2013 ASU Graduate Student Awards Banquet.

Six English graduate students were recognized for their scholarly work.

Arreola, Anna: paper presentation

“Southern Responsibility and Reconciliation in the Fiction of Twain, Chestnutt, and Cable.”

Graduate Students in English Association Critical Voices Conference, UNT, Denton, TX, March 2013

Clinkenbeard, Cayla: Recipient of a Graduate Research Fellowship, “The Unconscious and the Text.”

Spring 2013 and two paper presentations

“Wittgenstein, Conrad, and the Limitations of Solipsism.” New Mexico West Texas Philosophical Society Colloquium, San Antonio, March 2013

 “The Noblest Roman’s Death: Brutus’s Justification for Suicide.” International Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Thought, Huntsville, TX, April 2013

Goff, Courtney: paper presentation and book contributor

“Influence of Early Modernism on Samuel Richardson’s Pamela.” Conference of College Teachers of English, February 2013

 Babcock, Rebecca Day, Kellye Manning and Travis Rogers. Qualitative Synthesis of Studies of Writing Center Tutoring, 1983-2006. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2012. (Contributor)

Hopkins, Alex: paper presentation

“Romeo and Juliet’s Quarto 1 and the Implications of Suicide in lll.iii.” International Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Thought, Huntsville, TX, April 2013

Medina, Javier: two panel presentations

“SMART Online: Building Bridges Between Learning Communities.” South Central Writing Centers Association Conference, Corpus Christi, TX, February 2013

 “Usability Testing as a Student Assistant: Integration Through Involvement.” Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication Annual Conference, Houghton, Ml, September 2012

Stevens, Nicole: paper presentation

“Inverting Gender to Demonstrate a Woman’s Power and Manipulation of the Class System.” Texas Tech University Annual Women’s Conference, Lubbock, TX, April 2013

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Also, pictured here is Dr. Mary Ellen Hartje, Department Graduate Advisor, and graduate student Anna Arreola.   Anna received recognition for being nominated by the Department of English and Modern Languages as the outstanding graduate student in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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