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Published Dissertations

Published dissertations of English graduate students since 1991

Heather Kichner
Cemetery Plots from Victoria to Verdun: Literary Representations of Epitaph and Burial from the 19th Century through the Great War (Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature)
Peter Lang, 2012

Gabriel A. Rieger
Sex and Satiric Tragedy in Early Modern England
Ashgate, 2009

Katharine Kickel
Novel Notions: Medical Discourse and the Mapping of the Imagination in Eighteenth-Century English Fiction
Routledge, 2007

Christina Hebebrand
Indigenous Peoples and Politics
Routledge, 2006

Carla T. Kungl
Creating the Fictional Female Detective. The Sleuth Heroines of British Women Writers, 1890-1940
London: McFarland & Company 2006.

Bonnie Shaker
Coloring Locals: Racial Formation in Kate Chopin’s Youth’s Companion Stories
University of Iowa, 2003

Rick Van Noy
Surveying the Interior: Literary Cartographers and the Sense of Place
University of Nebraska Press, 2003

Jeff Morgan
Sara Orne Jewett’s Feminine Pastoral Vision
Edwin Mellen Press, 2002

Jack Ryan
John Sayles, Filmmaker. A Critical Study of the Independent Writer-Director;With a Filmography and a Bibliography
McFarland, 1998

Terri Mester
Movement and Modernism: Yeats, Eliot, Lawrence, Williams, and Early Twentieth-Century Dance
University of Arkansas Press, 1997

Jacquelyn McLendon
The Politics of Color in the Fiction of Jessie Fauset and Nella Larsen
University Press of Virginia, 1995

Marilyn Sanders Mobley
Folks, Roots, and Mythic Wings in Sara Orne Jewett and Toni Morrison: The Cultural Function of Narrative
LSU Press, 1994

Marie Connelly
Martin Scorsese: An Analysis of His Feature Films, with a Filmography of His Entire Directorial Career
Mcfarland, 1993

Annette Federico
Masculine Identity in Hardy and Gissing
Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1991