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Four English Department Students Participate in 2018 CoLA Spotlight on Student Research


On March 20, 2018, four English Department students participated in the College of Liberal Arts’s Spotlight on Student Research forum at University Center. The event showcases excellence in student research and creativity. The four students from the Department of English spoke on the “Learning from Literature” panel:

  • Donald Bradfield, “The Handmaid's Tale: An Ecofeminist Critique”
  • Chris Floyd, “Coming to Terms: Othello”
  • Moises Hernandez, “The Nuevo-Errante: Discovering a New Mythos within the LatinX Identity”
  • Amanda Monteleone (pictured), “The Native Gothic in the Poetry of John Rollin Ridge”