Tuesday, November 26, 2013

East Central University Modernist Colloquia: A Showcase of Student Research

Please join us in HM 347 for the ECU English and Languages Modernist Colloquia December 2, 3, and 6th from 1-2pm. The members of the ENG 4543 Senior Seminar have been working hard developing their original research projects, many of them inspired by the archive trip to Tulsa University’s Special Collections. Please plan to attend one or all three days of presentations. Refreshments will be provided. Please contact rnichlsn@ecok.edu for more information.

Schedule of Presentations
Monday December 2: Modernist Nationalisms and the War at Home
Jennifer Wingard        “Bringing Irish Nationalism into the Modernist Movement”
Molly Trimmer           “Nationalist Narrators: A Study of British and Indian Nationalist Poets”
Marc Ruhnke              “Contextualizing the Princess Beatrice Camp Magazine”
Rodney Weaverling    “The Colonizer and the Oriental: Identities within Kipling and Forester”

Wednesday December 4: Modernist Influences
Robert Darling            “The Postcolonial Mansfield and Naipaul”
Kerri Wheat    “Lewis Carroll and Stevie Smith: An Influence on a Modernist Poet”
Amria Norman            “The Little Review and Ezra Pound”

Friday December 6: New Readings of A Passage to India
Emily Roberts  “Passage to India: Testing Relationships”
Jessie Randall  “Adela and The Cave”
Amber Huffman “A Peek through a Passage and the Bridge that Binds”

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