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English

2010-2011

Trevor Penland

(B.A. Writing Specialization) received the 2011 Betty E. Evans Award for Achievement in Creative Writing for his poem "Cassandra to Her Brothers."

Marcus Bingham

(B.A. Writing Specialization) received the 2011 College of Arts and Humanities Award for Achievement in Creative Non-fiction Writing for his work "Extra Extra."

Matt Martinson

(M.A. Literature) presented his paper "Self-Centered for You: James Baldwin's Conversionary (A)Theology as Radical Politics" at the Pacific Northwest American Studies Association conference in Vancouver, WA, on April 15, 2011.

Chelsea Brandon

(M.A. Literature),

Matt Martinson

(M.A. Literature), and

Jessica Sharp

(M.A. Literature) participated in a panel discussion on "Critical Theory in the Freshman Literature Class" at the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association (RMMLA) conference in Albuquerque in October, 2010.

Matt Martinson

(M.A. Literature) chaired a panel on "Literature and Religion" and presented a paper on "The In-Between from St. Gregory's Dialogues to Alice Sebold's The Lovely Bones" at RMMLA in Albuquerque.
 

Chris Strom

(M.A. Literature) presented a paper entitled "Who is that Girl We See? Western Identity and Teleological Journey in Disney's Mulan" at RMMLA in Albuquerque.

Donald McCorkindale

(M.A. Literature) presented a paper entitled "Charlie Chaplin and Masculine Crisis" at RMMLA in Albuquerque.

Laurie Moshier

(M.A. TESOL) presented a paper entitled "The Impact of Topic Familiarity on L2 Writing Production" at RMMLA in Albuquerque.

Marie Kjeldgaard

(M.A. TESOL) presented a paper entitled "Japanese Intonation and Transfer" at RMMLA in Albuquerque.

KathyMae Dickinson

(M.A. TESOL) presented a paper entitled "International English: The U. S. and England can Share Some Space in the Dictionary with the Rest of the World" at RMMLA in Albuquerque.