|Responding to Non-Native Writers in Basic Writing Classes
||This study discusses how to best respond to non-native writers in Basic Writing classes in order to achieve the most effective learning outcomes. Beginning with an overview concerning how to respond to Basic Writers in general and more specifically n...
|The Writing I: Re-Articulating First-Person Narrative in the Composition Classroom
||This project analyzes the ways in which concepts of the student-writer have been politicized and pedagogically polemicized as either primarily personal or social categories. The pedagogical rhetoric of the personal narrative as a genre has followed t...
|The Divided Self in Brown, Poe and Melville
||Many critics have identified a sense of anxiety within the literary works of the Early National period. By using a hybrid of William James and Jaques Lacan’s approaches to the “Divided Self,” we see that this anxiety can be found internally, as key c...
|Don’t Make a Scene: The Representation of the Arthurian Love Triangle in the ‘English Tradition’ of Text and Film
||The Arthurian legend has been part of history through different mediums ranging from art to film. Though no one text can be identified as the origin of the Arthurian legend, several texts have come to the forefront of the Arthurian canon. The “Engl...