Session 2F

The Poetics of Paranoia: Using Language to Imagine the Consequences of Difference

3:45 PM to 5:15 PM | Moderated by Phillip Thurtle
Add to my favorites The Art of Ars Poetica: Exploring the Movement of Metalanguage in Poetry about Poetry
Presenter
  • Julie Feng, Senior, English (Creative Writing) Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Juliet Shields, English

Add to my favorites Transnational Influence in the Poetry of Sarah Piatt: Poems of Ireland and the American Civil War
Presenter
  • Amy Hudgins, Senior, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (American Studies), UW Tacoma, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Arts, Media & Culture), UW Tacoma
Mentor
  • Sara Smilko, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Tacoma Campus)

Add to my favorites "But Will I Be a Man?" The Masculinity Strategy in Thomas Paine and Edmund Burke
Presenter
  • Jeremy Goheen, Senior, English
Mentor
  • Juliet Shields, English

Add to my favorites All Up In The Hair: The Significance of Coiffure in Crome Yellow
Presenter
  • Tiffany Loh, Senior, Business Administration (Finance), English
Mentors
  • Charles LaPorte, English
  • Juliet Shields, English

Add to my favorites Searching for Souvenirs: A Multi-Modal Exploration of Memory, History and the Creation of Authenticity
Presenter
  • Nina Hartsel, Senior, English, Women's and Gender Studies, Pacific Lutheran University
Mentors
  • Nathalie op de Beeck, English, Pacific Lutheran University
  • Lisa Marcus, English, Pacific Lutheran University

Add to my favorites The Fallibility of Post-Enlightenment Virtue in Matthew G. Lewis' The Monk
Presenter
  • Sarah St Albin, Senior, English
Mentor
  • Juliet Shields, English