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Students Present at Tech Conference

April 19, 2016

English and Modern Languages students recently presented papers at the 32nd annual Conference on the Advancement of Women at Texas Tech University, April 14-15.  Students were accompanied by Dr. Linda Kornasky, professor of English.

Three graduate students presented the following papers.

  • Kiah Rhea, “The Collective Body: Toni Morrison’s Beloved
  • Judith Gonzalez, “Recurrence of Stillness: Silence in Katherine Anne Porter’s ‘Virgen Violeta’ and ‘Flowering Judas’”
  • Kacie Easley, “When ‘Throwing like a Girl’ Is Not Empowering Enough”   

 And one undergraduate presented the following.

  • Mindy Ralston, “Like Ivy: An Autoethnographic Account of Weight Loss Surgery”
  • top row: Kiah Rhea, Dr. Linda Kornasky, Judith Gonzalez, Mindy Ralston; bottom row: Kacie Easley,...
    top row: Kiah Rhea, Dr. Linda Kornasky, Judith Gonzalez, Mindy Ralston; bottom row: Kacie Easley, Andreas Chavez, Sazza Dahal, and Oscar Vest.
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