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Events from 2018

A Friendly Discourse: How Should A Person Be? At the Intersection of Female Friendship and Epistolarity, Leah Cohen

Using Filipino American National Democratic Activism as a Lens for Redressing American Empire in the Philippines, Melissa Harris

“Get Yourself Out of Whatever Cage You Find Yourself In”: The Queerness of Form in Contemporary Queer Literature, Elly Higgins

Events from 2017

Consider the Mantis Shrimp: Semiotics and Authorship in Italo Calvino’s If on a winter’s night a traveler, Zoe Ginsberg

Investigating Allomorphy in a Coordinating Conjunction: A Corpus Study of Hiaki (Yaqui) Into(k(o)), Olivia Hay and Mattea Scheiber Koon

Reading' the Tracking Shot in Nadja and Marienbad, Eleanor H. Van Buren

Events from 2016

To Come Alive in Our Experience: The Sounds of Listening in Sigurd F. Olson, Allison Fulton

Don't Look Back: A Retrospective on Orpheus and Eurydice in Augustan Poetry, Emma Sterling

Events from 2015

Damsels in Distress no More: Grimm’s Fairy Tales and Modern Conceptions of Girlhood, Kasey Cheydleur

“The Whole Vexed Question”: Seamus Heaney, Old English, and Language Troubles, Una Creedon-Carey

Eat me/Drink me: Lewis Carroll’s Alice as Canonical Commodity, Emma Hadden

Reading the Landscape: Race, Gender, and Capital in Western Constructions of Nature, Asher Kaplan

Shakespeare in the Round: Harmonic Logic of the Globe, Sophia Richardson

Untenable Boundaries: J.M. Coetzee’s Summertime and the Autobiography of All Writing, Sarah Westbrook

Events from 2014

The Unsolved Problem: Anger and Female Authorship, Ryann Eastman

Negotiating Respectability: Black Women's Struggle for Self-Representation, Nicole Nance

Events from 2013

Manhattan Transference: Reader Itineraries in Modernist New York, Sophia Bamert

Function of Faith in Gesang Der Junglinge, Ross Chait

Events from 2012

Symbolism and Language Within The Handmaid’s Tale and its Relevance to Literary Scholarship, Brittany Brahn

“Trying to Say”: Memory, Overheard Mothers, and the Rhetoric of Modernity in Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury, Arielle Kaplan

A Never-Changing Map: Cartographic Experiments and a Return to the Subject in Cloud Atlas, Rebecca Nieto