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English Capstone Presentations

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Students in this semester’s capstone seminar, “Theorizing Identity and Difference,” taught by Assistant Professor Carina Evans, presented versions of their seminar papers on November 17 at the Dorothy Lord Community Room.

Eight English majors–Susan Garrard, Leslie Haire, Hayley Hervieux, Anna Malone, Colin McCulloch, Sierra Perez, Danielle Roberts, and Mackenzie Wooldridge–presented papers on the research they have undertaken for this semester’s capstone seminar, “Theorizing Identity and Difference,” taught by Assistant Professor of English Carina Evans.  The papers were presented in two panels of four, and they addressed a range of authors and texts, including work by Margaret Atwood, Alison Bechdel, Junot Diaz, Louise Erdrich, Neil Gaiman, Kazuo Ishiguro, Toni Morrison, and Ntozake Shange.  The presentations were made in the Dorothy Lord Community Room.