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Department of English celebrates accomplishments
[05.01.2015]

Graduate Accomplishments

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.”

STEPHANIE DERISI

“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.

HEATHER FOX

“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.

SUCHETA KANJILAL

“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.

MEGAN MANDELL

“Trees.” English Graduate Student Association Spring Conference, “Expanding Boundaries, Reconceptualizing Text.” University of South Florida, Tampa, Fla. March 27, 2015. Conference Presentation.

Alumni Accomplishments

WHITNEY TEMPLETON

“Body Cavities.” Bellingham Review XXXVIII.70 (2015): 77-83. Print.

Faculty Achievements

RITA CIRESI

“Maybe the Mermaids.” Creative Loafing Fiction Contest winner. March 19, 2015. Web. http://cltampa.com/artbreaker/archives/2015/03/19/cl-fiction-contest-judges-prize-maybe-the-mermaids-by-rita-cerisi

“Phish.” Conium Review. March 2015. Web. http://fictionsoutheast.org/why-i-write-rita-ciresi/

AMY CLANTON

“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.

JESSICA COOK

“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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