The Literature Capstone Presentations will continue next Monday.
The theme for the course is “Literary Vision in a ‘Post-Literary’ Age” and students’ papers will investigate the importance of the study of literature and culture from a number of different perspectives. Students will address such works as Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night,” Rossetti's "Goblin Market" and West’s ‘The Return of the Soldier,’” to name just a few.
The presentations are free and open to the public. Everyone is welcome to attend!
The colloquium will take place in 3212 Centennial Hall from 2:15-4:15. Refreshments will be served.
- Rebecca Hafermann: “A ‘Goblin Market’ Place or So Much More? Reading Race and Empire in a Morality Tale”
- Dustin Rucinski: “A Psychological Perspective of Diving in Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night”
- Logan Shea: “Understanding Nick: Ecocriticism and Psychoanalysis in Ernest Hemingway’s ‘Big Two-Hearted River’”
- Christian Sorensen: “Milton’s Masque: Publishing and the Pressures of Patronage”
- Emma Walesh: “Tom Leonard and the Rejection of Classist Ideology”
- Kimberly Wegner: “Jenny’s Repression: A Psychoanalytic Look into Rebecca West’s ‘The Return of the Soldier’”