2007 Student Research Conference:
20th Annual Student Research Conference

Program

Language & Literature

Program-At-A-Glance

7:30 am - 2:30 pm • OP Lobby & VH Lobby
Registration

8:15-9:30 am • OP 2115
SESSION 6
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Colonialism and Postcolonialism

Presiding: Jonathan Lawinger, GTRA

8:15 am

6 - 1  MIKE T. WESTPHAL
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
“Not a Vacuum”: A Postcolonial Analysis of Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart

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8:30 am

6 - 2  MELISSA N. DRYER
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Fighting for Peace: A Historical Analysis of Mia Couto’s Sleepwalking Land

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8:45 am

6 - 3  MARTIN L. GALLOWAY
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
The Devastating Swarm: The Impact of Colonization in Achebe's Things Fall Apart

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9:00 am

6 - 4  JAMES N. COLLINS
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Hegemony versus Tradition: The Power of Colonialism in Things Fall Apart

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9:15 am

6 - 5  ANDREW J. LINHARES
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Examining Marxism and Biblical Imagery in Ngugi’s A Grain of Wheat

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8:15-9:30 am • OP 2117
SESSION 7
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Psychoanalytic Criticism and Literature

Presiding: Dr. Paul Yoder, Assistant Professor of English Education

8:15 am

7 - 1  DELISA D. YOUNG
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
The Electra Complex in Daphne DuMaurier’s Rebecca

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8:30 am

7 - 2  DANIEL W. CONWAY
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
King Lear's Deal with the Devil

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8:45 am

7 - 3  JENNIFER L. MASSA
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Of Hobbits and Lacan: Bilbo’s Journey to Reconnect With His Mother

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9:00 am

7 - 4  ALY N. PALCHICK
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
A Feminist Analysis of Frances Hodgson Burnett's A Little Princess

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8:15-9:30 am • OP 2113
SESSION 8
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Language and Culture

Presiding: Dr. Sally Cook, Associate Professor of Linguistics

8:15 am

8 - 1  JOHN D. TRESSLER*, HANNAH J. KAY, LAINEY R. SEYLER, and JOANNA M. RISTOW
Dr. Mary Shapiro, Faculty Mentor
What IM Saying: Instant Messaging as a Unique Linguistic Form

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8:30 am

8 - 2  ANDREA E. CLUCK
Dr. Sally Cook, Faculty Mentor
Issues in Contrastive Rhetoric: Bridging the Gap Between English and Arabic

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8:45 am

8 - 3  KATIE A. COX
Dr. Mary Shapiro, Faculty Mentor
A Gender-Based Analysis of the Syntactic and Morphological Functions of Profanity

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9:00 am

8 - 4  SAMANTHA R. PUTTHOFF
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Surrender, Resist: Language and Power in Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Nervous Conditions

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9:15 am

8 - 5  NEIL V. BALES
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Assimilating a Mouthful: Language and Cultural Connections in Dangarembga’s Nervous Conditions

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8:15-9:30 am • VH 1428
SESSION 9
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Gender, Race, and Politics

Presiding: Dr. Chett Breed, Professor of English

8:15 am

9 - 1  AMELIA K. HEMENWAY
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Questioning Gender Politics: An Examination of Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway

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8:30 am

9 - 2  MAYUMI NOGUCHI
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Interpreter Of The Unconscious: A Look At Jhumpa Lahiri’s "Interpreter of Maladies"

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8:45 am

9 - 3  NICOLE L. RAY
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
A Marxist Analysis of the Institution of Marriage in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

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9:00 am

9 - 4  MEGAN N. KING
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
African American Women in the 1920s: Oppressive Dominated Hierarchies in Nella Larsen's Passing

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9:15 am

9 - 5  BRETT B. NIEMANN
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
A Psychoanalytic Examination of Racial Identity in Nella Larsen's Passing

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8:15-9:30 am • VH 1232
SESSION 10
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Gender and Class

Presiding: Crystal Buffaloe, GTRA

8:15 am

10 - 1  ALEXANDER B. STOLL
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Women’s Glacial Slide to Recognition: Henry Adams’ Theory of History and the American Venus

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8:30 am

10 - 2  LAURA A. PROVANCE
Dr. Bridget Thomas, Faculty Mentor
Rome got beat by a girl: Women as a reflection of societal strength in Tacitus

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8:45 am

10 - 3  JENIFER L. ROESEMEIER
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Belles and Barbarians: The Difference of Gender and Class in "A Streetcar Named Desire"

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9:00 am

10 - 4  ASHLEY E. LONG
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Time, Energy, and the "Academic" Agenda

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9:15 am

10 - 5  JESSICA R. LUFKIN
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Oppositions Guide the Representation of Madness in Bessie Head’s A Question of Power

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9:30 - 9:45 am • OP Lobby & VH Lobby
Break

9:45-10:45 am • OP 2117
SESSION 23
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Feminism and Power

Presiding: Dr. Thomas Stewart, Assistant Professor of Linguistics

9:45 am

23 - 1  TIFFANY D. CAESAR
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Race, Class, and Gender in Southern Rhodesia: A Comparison of Lessing's The Grass is Singing and Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions

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10:00 am

23 - 2  CHRISTINE M. CANNING
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Gender (Im)Balance in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart

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10:15 am

23 - 3  AUDREY B. LEIHSER
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Mumbi’s Task: Duty and Self-Identity in Ngugi Wa Thiong’o’s A Grain of Wheat

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10:30 am

23 - 4  BLAKE B. NIEMANN
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Gender and Power Relationships in Samuel Richardson’s Clarissa

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9:45-10:45 am • OP 2113
SESSION 24
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Fantasy and Identity

Presiding: Dr. Clifton Kreps, Professor of Classics

9:45 am

24 - 1  AMY E. REYNOLDS
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Clubs and Axes: Truth, Prejudice, and Satire in Terry Pratchett's Thud!

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10:00 am

24 - 2  JULIE C. DENTON
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Analyzing the Characters' Dreams in Of Mice and Men

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10:15 am

24 - 3  ANN M. LOWE
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
"Who in the World am I?" Examining Personality in Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass

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10:30 am

24 - 4  GEMMICKA F. PIPER
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Tubular Reality: A Lacanian Psychoanalytic Exploration of Amelie Nothomb's The Character of Rain

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9:45-10:45 am • OP 2115
SESSION 25
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Society and Literary Criticism

Presiding: Dr. Martha Bartter, Professor of English

9:45 am

25 - 1  KARA M. BOLLINGER
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Steinbeck’s Vision for Society in Cannery Row: A Marxist Approach

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10:00 am

25 - 2  HARRY L. ALTHOFF
Dr. Martha Bartter, Faculty Mentor
"Lonesome No More!": Kurt Vonnegut's Battle with Modern Isolation

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10:15 am

25 - 3  KATHERINE J. HUFFMAN
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Opponent and Ally: A Psychoanalytical Approach to A Separate Peace

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10:30 am

25 - 4  DINGHAO HE
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
A Christian Story: Madeleine L'Engle's A Swiftly Tilting Planet

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9:45-10:45 am • VH 1428
SESSION 26
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Power and Possession in Cather and Elmer Gantry

Presiding: Cassandra Phillips, GTRA

9:45 am

26 - 1  STACEY D. WALKER
Dr. Alanna Preussner, Faculty Mentor
Madman in the Attic: Possession, Power, and Hypocrisy in Cather’s The Professor’s House

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10:00 am

26 - 2  AMY N. DEIS* and ALAN J. REININGER
Dr. Alanna Preussner, Faculty Mentor
The Preacher Who Doesn't Believe in God

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10:15 am

26 - 3  AMY L. SHIPP
Dr. Alanna Preussner, Faculty Mentor
The Subjugation of Women in Elmer Gantry

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10:30 am

26 - 4  AMY L. SCHWEIZER
Dr. Alanna Preussner, Faculty Mentor
Elmer Gantry's Manipulation by Music

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9:45-10:45 am • VH 1232
SESSION 27
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Feminist Readings

Presiding: Talia Linneman, GTRA

9:45 am

27 - 1  PERRIN C. CARRELL
Prof. Mark Spitzer, Faculty Mentor
Mapping the Strong Woman in Steinbeck

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10:00 am

27 - 2  HEATHER N. FARRIER
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
A Psychoanalytic Analysis of Jean Rhys’ Wide Sargasso Sea

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10:15 am

27 - 3  MARTIN L. GALLOWAY
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Cinderella: A Look at Fairytales through the Lens of Psychoanalytic Criticism

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10:30 am

27 - 4  TRACEY M. HURT
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
A New Historicist Examination of Masculinity in Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea

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11:00 am - 12:00 pm • VH 1000
Plenary Session: All Divisions

The Numbers Behind NUMB3RS: The real mathematical story that inspired the hit television series

Dr. Keith Devlin, Executive Director and Senior Researcher at the Center for the Study of Language and Information, and "the Math Guy" on National Public Radio.


12:15-1:15 pm • Alumni Room, SUB
SESSION RT-1
ROUNDTABLE: LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE -
Intercultural Communication

Presiding: Dr. James Cianciola, Assistant Professor of Communication

12:15 pm

RT-1 -   JILL M. MOELLER*, ERIN L. BROOKS, KYLE M. BYBEE, GRACE A. DELNERO, LAURA N. GLASBRENNER, EMMA L. PAGEL, and ERIN PAGEL
Dr. James D. Cianciola, Faculty Mentor
Global Perspectives on Intercultural Communication

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1:15-2:30 pm • OP 2113
SESSION 40
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
French, German, and Spanish Languages and Literatures

Presiding: Dr. Gregg Siewert, Professor of French

1:15 pm

40 - 1  ASHLEY E. MORRIS
Dr. Eric Jewell, Faculty Mentor
Aspiration and Elision in Dominican Spanish

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1:30 pm

40 - 2  LEIGH K. EDMONSTON
Dr. Patrick Lecaque, Faculty Mentor
French Architecture in Missouri: An Analysis of Architectural Influences and Styles in the St. Louis Area

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1:45 pm

40 - 3  BREANNA K. HULSEY
Dr. Matthew Tornatore, Faculty Mentor
Script Conventions and Philosophy in Medieval Spain

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2:00 pm

40 - 4  GREG S. WISER
Dr. Rodney Taylor, Faculty Mentor
Schopenhauer's "Will" and Wittgenstein's "Object": A Comparative Interpretation

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2:15 pm

40 - 5  KAYCE M. SWIGELSON
Dr. Patrick Lecaque, Faculty Mentor
Neither a Borrower Nor a Lender Be: But If You Have To, Please Save the Documents for Posterity

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1:15-2:30 pm • OP 2111
SESSION 41
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Postcolonial, Transnational Hybridities

Presiding: Dr. Patrick Lobert, Professor of French

1:15 pm

41 - 1  JOHN E. FAUSZ
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Sufism as a Model for the Migrant Condition in Rushdie's Satanic Verses

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1:30 pm

41 - 2  MICHAEL A. BONO
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
War Within Ali's "A Wrong Turn" and Rushdie's Midnight's Children

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1:45 pm

41 - 3  ARTHUR D. GREGG
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Picking Up the Shards: Fragmentation Themes as a Reaction to Post-Colonial Theories

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2:00 pm

41 - 4  BENJAMIN C. GARRETT
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Queering Ila: Looking at the possibilities with a Trans-National-Sexuality within the novel Shadow Lines

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1:15-2:30 pm • OP 2115
SESSION 42
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Power and Identity in Mahfouz, Mofolo, and Dangarembga

Presiding: Dr. Diane Johnson, Associate Professor of Communication

1:15 pm

42 - 1  KRISTI J. LANGENDOERFER
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Split Personality: The Many Faces of Al-Sayyid Ahmad Abd al-Jawad in Mahfouz’s Palace Walk

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1:30 pm

42 - 2  NATALIE M. GORSKI
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Western Education and Personal Maturation in Dangarembga’s Nervous Conditions and Mahfouz’s Palace of Desire

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1:45 pm

42 - 3  JOSH D. HUBER
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Casualties of Homemaking in Society: An Examination of Amina in The Cairo Trilogy and Mainini in Nervous Conditions

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2:00 pm

42 - 4  SARA L. SHELDEN
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
A Zulu Chief as the Tragic Hero: Thomas Mofolo’s Representation of Chaka Caught in Hamartia

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2:15 pm

42 - 5  ANDRES R. DELGADO
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Crowd Psychology in Zululand: Managing the Multitudes in Thomas Mofolo’s Chaka

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1:15-2:30 pm • OP 2117
SESSION 43
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Literature and Reality

Presiding: Dr. Royce Kallerud, Associate Professor of English

1:15 pm

43 - 1  JOHN P. MCDONOUGH
Dr. Robert Mielke, Faculty Mentor
Oroonoko, Herakles, and the Meaning of Myth

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1:30 pm

43 - 2  SHAUNNA K. WILKINSON
Dr. Royce Kallerud, Faculty Mentor
Why Happily Ever Does Not Mean What It Used To: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice As a Challenge To Traditional Cinderella Stories

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1:45 pm

43 - 3  BRITTANY R. NIELSEN WATSON
Dr. Robert Mielke, Faculty Mentor
"Blushing Virgins and Wanton Whores": Diverse Portrayals of Women in The Monk

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2:00 pm

43 - 4  SARAH E. MADDOX♦
Dr. Royce Kallerud, Faculty Mentor
Reshaping the Curriculum: An Examination Using Charlotte Smith

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2:15 pm

43 - 5  GINA R. COOK
Dr. Christine Harker, Faculty Mentor
"Pendulum of Opposites" Palestinian-American Women's Poetry and the Conflict of Identities

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1:15-2:30 pm • VH 1428
SESSION 44
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Feminism and Negritude: Mariama Ba and Leopold Senghor

Presiding: Dr. Sana Camara, Associate Professor of French

1:15 pm

44 - 1  EMILY K. PUFALL
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Cultural and Economic Contexts and their Effects on Two Women's Struggles for Independence in Mariama Bâ's So Long A Letter

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1:30 pm

44 - 2  MEGAN E. SASSENRATH
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Negotiating Feminism and Tradition in Mariama Bâ’s So Long a Letter

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1:45 pm

44 - 3  TERESA D. KERBAWY
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Political Vibrations: The Changing Expression of Negritude in "Black Woman" and Other Poems by Leopold Sedar Senghor

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2:00 pm

44 - 4  THOMAS E. MORGAN
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Poetic or Politic?: The Double Life of Léopold Sédar Senghor

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2:30 - 2:45 pm • OP Lobby & VH Lobby
Break

2:45-4:00 pm • OP 2113
SESSION 56
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Communication: Children, Music, and Free Speech

Presiding: Dr. Karon Speckman, Associate Professor of Communication

2:45 pm

56 - 1  SARA A. JAMES
Dr. Andrei A. Klyukovski, Faculty Mentor
How Enlightened is Society of Motherhood

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3:00 pm

56 - 2  LINDA E. SCHULTE
Dr. Andrei A. Klyukovski, Faculty Mentor
Musical Rhetoric: Analysis of the Ideologies Expressed in the Music of Dmitri Shostakovich

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3:15 pm

56 - 3  KATHERINE A. KLEIN
Dr. Diane Johnson and Dr. Judy Harris, Faculty Mentors
Parent-Child Communication: Effects on Child Development

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3:30 pm

56 - 4  LAURA N. GLASBRENNER
Mr. Kristopher Stroup, Faculty Mentor
Mythic Criticism on the Lyrics in Grief Songs

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3:45 pm

56 - 5  SARA A. JAMES
Dr. Karon Speckman, Faculty Mentor
Blogs and the First Amendment

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2:45-4:00 pm • OP 2115
SESSION 57
PERFORMANCES: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Literary Performances

Presiding: Dr. Chett Breed, Professor of English

2:45 pm

57 - 1  HARRISON M. PARKS
Dr. Robert Mielke, Faculty Mentor
"To Gaze upon the Chasm:" Critical Verse Inspired by the Work of Wallace Stevens

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3:00 pm

57 - 2  MICHAEL J. DERBY
Prof. Mark Spitzer, Faculty Mentor
"A Good Spoon"

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2:45-4:00 pm • OP 2117
SESSION 58
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
American Literature: Cather and Religion

Presiding: Dr. David Partenheimer, Professor of English

2:45 pm

58 - 1  ALEKSANDRA B. JUSZCZYK
Dr. Alanna Preussner, Faculty Mentor
The Treatment of Space in Cather's The Professor’s House

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3:00 pm

58 - 2  CARA A. HURST
Dr. Alanna Preussner, Faculty Mentor
“I think I know what you did last night”: An Evaluation of Organized Midwestern Religion

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3:15 pm

58 - 3  DANA RUFENER
Dr. Alanna Preussner, Faculty Mentor
Dangerous Crossing: Deconstruction of Stereotyped Gender Roles in Willa Cather's O Pioneers! and The Professor's House

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3:30 pm

58 - 4  COURTNEY B. SCHAEFER
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Freud, Oedipus, and Lacan: A Critique on the Freudian Psychoanalysis of Oedipus the King

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2:45-4:00 pm • VH 1428
SESSION 59
PAPERS: LANGUAGE & LITERATURE -
Language, Literature, History

Presiding: Dr. Elizabeth Delmonico, Professor of English

2:45 pm

59 - 1  JENNIFER M. COOLIDGE
Dr. Betsy Delmonico, Faculty Mentor
Teaching English in China: A Study in Proficiency and its Effect on Conferences with Second Language Students in the University Writing Center

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3:00 pm

59 - 2  ROBYN C. SKINNER
Dr. Betsy Delmonico, Faculty Mentor
Pop or Soda? Analysis and Comparison of Black English in Chicago vs. St. Louis

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3:15 pm

59 - 3  KRISTY L. WARMBOLD
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Portrayals of Women in Egypt from 1917-1919 in Mahfouz's Palace Walk

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3:30 pm

59 - 4  ERIC M. BAUMBACH
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Engaging Historical Narrative in Assia Djebar’s Fantasia: An Algerian Cavalcade

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3:45 pm

59 - 5  ELIZABETH C. RAINE
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor
Autobiographical Influences and Connections to the Reader as Seen in Soyinka’s Childhood and Dangarembga’s Conditions

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4:45 - 6:00 pm • OP Lobby
Reception


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