6th Annual EGSA Symposium
6th Annual English Graduate Student Association Symposium
3PM Wednesday, April 9th
Bremner Lounge, CFSU
Please come out and support the research of English graduate students. All faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to partake in the fun, discussion, and refreshments.
The Symposium Will Feature Two Panels:
Twentieth Century Methods
•Norah Alsuhaibani, Reading Kafka through Foucault and Butler
•Brandiann Molby, Stanley Fish, Wolfgang Iser, and Mimetic Theory
•Naomi Gades, Skyrim, A Two-Edged Model: How Data is Changing Objects Early Modern Wonder and Mystery
Early Modern Wonder and Mystery
•Stephanie Kuscera, “A Most High Miracle!”: The Staging of Wonder in The Tempest
•David Macey, The Bear Without a Head: A Textual Mystery
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