4th annual EGSA graduate conference

Title: Beyond Boundaries: New Spaces for Constructing, Creating, and Composing

Date: Friday, March 11th

Time: 9:30am – 5:00pm ( see below for individual activity options)

Location: Campus Center – MPR

Registration (not required, but preferred): http://english.camden.rutgers.edu/egsa/beyond-boundaries/

 

Honors Approved Activity 3) 12:30 – 1:50 – Panel Session Two 

 

Choose from the follow options:

  1. a) Authoring America: History, Myth, and Lore in American Literature (WEST AB)

            “Tom Sawyer: Troubling and Therefore Necessary” (Tom Bertrand)

            “Fringe Marks in the Dust: Framing Indians in Frontier Narratives” (Anna Lockhart)

            “‘Prisoner of the White Lines on the Freeway:’ The Dead End Road Trip and the Myth of the American Freedom-Dream in John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath and Joan          Didion’sSlouching Towards Bethlehem” (Melissa Webb)

  1. b) Composing the Female: Claiming Agency, Demanding Authority (WEST B)

            “Miss Holiday Golightly, Traveling (through ever eroding cultural signification)” (Kevin Dorn)

            “Regaining Girlhood Creativity” (Katherine Bennett)

            Ghost in the Shell and Jessica Rabbit – Title? (Amanda Cross)

  1. c) From the Vault: Revising, Reinterpreting, and Rereading (VIEWING ROOM)

            “We other Chaucerians: Diverging Perceptions in Chaucerian Adaptation” (Richard Milligan)

            “Structure and Grammar in Anglo-Saxon Translation” (John Paul Helk)

            “Melancholy Poe: A Psychoanalysis of Object Loss in Selected Works” (Damiano Consilvio)

Date & Time
March 11, 2016
12:30 pm-1:50 pm

Event posted in Approved Campus Activity.