University of South Florida
Department of English celebrates accomplishments[05.01.2015]
HAILI ALCORN, NEAL FISCHER, MEGAN MANDELL, MICHEL STOWE
7th Annual Graduate and Postdoctoral Research Symposium Humanities Award, University of South Florida, March 2015.
“The Truth About Ybor: José Yglesias and His Literature of Place.” Poster session presented at: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math Inaugural Event (STEAM). University of South Florida, Tampa, Fla. March 13, 2015.
“The Truth About Ybor: José Yglesias and Tampa’s Literature of Place.” Poster session presented at: 7th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium. University of South Florida, Tampa, Fla. March 10, 2015.
“The Truth About Ybor: José Yglesias and Literature of Place.” Digital Humanities Installation. Ybor City Museum State Park. Ybor City, Tampa, Fla. http://www.halcorn.wix.com/jyglesias
ARACELIS GONZALEZ ASENDORF was a finalist for the 2015 Rafael Torch Literary Nonfiction Award for her piece, “Cleaning House.”
“Commanding Space: Interpreting the Body and Mapping Place in Christopher Marlowe's ‘Tamburlaine.’” Northeast Modern Language Association's 46th Annual Convention. Toronto, Ontario. April 30 – May 3, 2015. Conference Presentation.
“Year in Conferences: American Literature Association.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 61.1 (Spring 2015):161-96. Co-authored with Molly Ball, Sarah Oliver, Amanda Stuckey and Nate Windon. Print.
CARMELLA GUIOL was accepted for a summer writing residency at the Art Farm in Nebraska.
“Too Fair and Lovely to be Local: The Cosmopolitan Othering of Dolly/ Desdemona in Omkara.” American Comparative Literature Association. Seattle, Wash. March 26-29, 2015. Conference Presentation.
“Trees.” English Graduate Student Association Spring Conference, “Expanding Boundaries, Reconceptualizing Text.” University of South Florida, Tampa, Fla. March 27, 2015. Conference Presentation.
“Body Cavities.” Bellingham Review XXXVIII.70 (2015): 77-83. Print.
“Maybe the Mermaids.” Creative Loafing Fiction Contest winner. March 19, 2015. Web.
“Phish.” Conium Review. March 2015. Web. http://fictionsoutheast.org/why-i-write-rita-ciresi/
“Playing with Truth and Objectivity: Epistemology in the Works of Neil Gaiman.” The Scientific Imagination: The 36th International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. International Association for the Fantastic and the Arts. Orlando, Fla. March 18-22, 2015. Conference Presentation.
“Coffee Houses and Tea Tables: Gendered Social Spaces in Lady Mary Wortley Montagu’s Town Eclogues.” American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference (ASECS). Los Angeles, Calif. March 19-22, 2015. Conference Presentation.
CYNTHIA L. PATTERSON
“The Caroline Howard Gilman We Don’t Know: Recuperating Gilman’s Work for the Charleston Unitarian Sewing Society.” The Southern Quarterly 52: 2 (Winter 2015): 150-171. Print.
LAURA RUNGE was awarded the 2015 Florida Humanities Council Community Project grant for “Florida Heritage Postcard Digital Exhibit” in the amount of $5,000.00.
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