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5 Students Present at TTU Conference

April 20, 2015

Kornasky, Rhea, Gonzalez, Stevens, Ralston, VestKornasky, Rhea, Gonzalez, Stevens, Ralston, Vest

Five ASU students, accompanied and sponsored by Dr, Linda Kornasky, professor of English and Chair of the Gender Studies Committee, presented the following papers at the 31st annual Conference on the Advancement of Women at Texas Tech University, April 16-17, 2015.

 

Two graduate students:

Nicole Stevens, “Inverted Gender Roles in Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest.

Kiah Rhea, “Internalized Homophobia in Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway and Iris Murdoch’s The Black Prince.

 

Three undergraduates:

Judith Gonzalez, “The Tumult of the Waves and a Room Filled with Depth.”

Mindy Ralston, “This Body Is Not My Own.”

Oscar Vest, “Extensions of Gloria Anzaldua’s Queer Identity to Bisexual and Transgender Individuals in Borderlands/La Frontera.

 

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