University of Southern Indiana

Student Accomplishments

Our students have published their scholarship and presented papers at conferences around the country.

Publications

Wright, Carrie. "Unbearably Fine": The Socio-Political Powers of Jewelry in Jane Austen’s World. Persuasions. December, 2015.

Conference Presentations

Anderson, Luke. “Enlightened Hybridity in Viet Thanh Nguyen’s The Sympathizer.” The 61st Annual Convention of the Midwest Modern Language Association. Chicago IL. November 15, 2019.

Anderson, Luke. “Does it Matter What an Author Means? An Authorial-based Reading of Robert Penn Warren’s ‘Pondy Woods.’” Indiana College English Association Conference. Indianapolis IN. October 18, 2019.

Anderson, Luke. “Colonial Violence and Colonized Psychology in Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Nervous Conditions.” 28th Annual British Commonwealth Postcolonial Studies Conference. Savannah GA. February 16, 2019.

Bolander, Kathleen. “The Three Evelyns: Discovering Identity through Adaptation.” Indiana College English Association Conference. Indianapolis, IN. October 19, 2018.

Croce, Sarah. “Rhetoric of the Mother-Load.” Indiana College English Association Conference. Indianapolis, IN. October 19, 2018.

Epley, Jacquelynn. “‘As for Dad: stay out of his way’: The Effects of Toxic Masculinity in Joyce Carol Oates’ We Were the Mulvaneys.” Indiana College English Association Conference. Indianapolis, IN. October 19, 2018.

  • Ms. Epley was given the award for the best graduate student paper/presentation.

Anderson, Luke. “The Psychology of Villainy: A Character Study of Shakespeare’s Richard III.” The 32nd Medieval-Renaissance Conference. University of Virginia-Wise. Wise, VA. September 13-15, 2018.

Epley, Jacquelynn. “Containing the Deadly Bitch: The Silencing of Women’s Rhetorical Discourse.” University of Southern Indiana Graduate Student Colloquium. Evansville, IN. March 28, 2018.

Wright, Carrie L. “Writing to Learn for NOS Scientific Literacy: Evaluation and Research Implications of a Curriculum for Historical Geology.” University of Southern Indiana Graduate Student Colloquium. Evansville, IN. March 28, 2018.

Epley, Jacquelynn. “Silence the Bitch: Female Rhetorical Containment.” 2018 Sigma Tau Delta Conference. Cincinnati, OH. March 21-25, 2018.

Wright, Carrie L. “Writing to Learn for NOS Scientific Literacy: Evaluation and Research Implications of a Curriculum for Historical Geology.” 2018 Celebration of Teaching & Learning Symposium. University of Southern Indiana. Evansville, IN. January 25, 2018.

Bunner, Alex. “‘Hasn’t Said a Word a Day in His Life’: Nonverbal Disability in Wiley Cash.” The Indiana College English Association 2017 Conference: The Gift of Words. Columbus, IN, October 27, 2017.

Wright, Carrie L. “Writing to Learn for Scientific Literacy: Evaluation and Research Implications of a Curriculum for Historical Geology.” The Geological Society of America 2017 Conference: Seattle, WA. October 23, 2017.


These achievements are also collected in the MAE Student Accomplishments PDF.

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