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Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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Exploring and Understanding of Administrators’, Teachers’, and Students’ Expectations and Actual Use of Technology-Enhanced Language Learning in a Saudi Tertiary Context, Bader A. Algubaisi
Department: English

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Saudi English Teachers' Beliefs and Values Towards English Language Teaching in Saudi Arabia, Ebtehal Asiri
Department: English

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Expanding Literacy Spectrum: Aesthetic Literacies of Street Artists in a Russian Post-Soviet City, Mariia Barulina
Department: English

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Black Teachers of English in South Korea, Quanisha D. Charles
Department: English

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Toward a Decolonial Queer Ecology: Reparative Reading of Gothic and Speculative Fiction, Gregory L. Chwala
Department: English

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Habitus of Deafhood: Compiling a Corpus-Based Academic ASL Dictionary Using the Sociolinguistic Practices of Deaf Individuals, Gretchen Thom Cobb
Department: English

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Students Talking About Assessment: Insights on Program Learning Outcomes, William J. Donohue
Department: English

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Theorizing Libyan Feminism: Poetic Representation of Twelve Libyan Muslim Women's Experiences, Samah A. Elbelazi
Department: English

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An Adaptive Methodological Inquiry: Exploring a TESOL Teacher Education Program’s Affordances and Constraints in Libya as a Conflict Zone, Elsherif Entisar
Department: English

An Adaptive Methodological Inquiry: Exploring a TESOL Teacher Education Program’s Affordances and Constraints in Libya as a Conflict Zone, Elsherif Entisar
Department: English

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“Of [White] Woman Born": How Whiteness, Motherhood, and the Fraught Mother-Daughter Relationship in 20th Century, U.S. Literature Contrasts Minority Texts, Charity L. Gibson
Department: English

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Communicating and Cultivating: Exploring the Phenomenology of the Extracurricular Writing Relationship Through Narrative, Melanie Glennon
Department: English

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Digital Technology and Its Influence on the Professionalization of Teaching Associates in a University English Department, John C. Hepler
Department: English

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The Story of Them: Outcomes of Practicing Autoethnography in Undergraduate Writing Courses, Justin B. Hopkins
Department: English

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Multilingual Institutional Discourses of Negotiation and Intertextuality in Writing Center Interactions in Macao, Alice S. Lee
Department: English

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Student-Centered Englishes Pedagogy: A Case Study Exploration of a New Orientation for U.S. Composition, Melissa E. Lee
Department: English

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Millennial Poetics: An Analysis of Hybridity in 21st Century American Poetry, Brian Russell Lutz
Department: English

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Loneliness in the Gold: The American Campus Novel and the Corporatization of the University, Jeffrey S. Markovitz
Department: English

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Where Gender and English Language Teacher Identity Intersect: Narratives of Two Ukrainian Teachers, Oksana Moroz
Department: English

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Reconceptualizing Study Abroad: American and Japanese Students' Subjective Construction of Identity Through Language Learning Abroad, Tomoko Oda Nuske
Department: English

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Negotiating a Nation: Imperialism, Multiculturism, and the Evolution of Identity in Medieval Scottish Borderland Literature, Ruth M.E. Oldman
Department: English

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International Multilingual Student Writers' (Re) Negotiation of Their Languages and Literacies Practices in a First-Year Multilingual Composition Class, Maria Y. Prikhodko
Department: English

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(En)Acting Real Black(nesses) in the Theatre: The Black Arts Movement and Wole Soyinka, Hershell N. Proctor-Walden
Department: English

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Placing Ourselves in Our Environment: Students’ Perceptions of Their Writing and Role in Nature Following an Environmental Writing Course, Yasmin Marie Rioux
Department: English

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Exploring the Connections Between Students' Mindsets and Their Writing: An Intervention Study With a Course-Embedded Writing Tutor, Laura K. Schubert
Department: English

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“Some Cosmic Secret”: The Speculative Fiction of Jack London, Jason Seals
Department: English

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Reading Empire: (Counter)Narratives of 9/11, Rubina Sheikh
Department: English

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English Medium “National” Journals Beyond the Anglophone Center: A Qualitative Study of Multilingual Scholars and Their Publishing Decisions in Taiwan, Cheryl L. Sheridan
Department: English

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Will You...? I Will..., and I Do: Re-Envisioning Matrimony in Civil War-Era Literature, Sherry R. Shindelar
Department: English

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Structures of Terror in Caribbean Women's Writing, Lauren E. Shoemaker
Department: English

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Student Perceptions of Online Writing Center Designs for Fully Online Programs, Shelah Y. Simpson
Department: English

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Popular Music in the Films of Joel and Ethan Coen, Jesse Ulmer
Department: English

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Postcolonial Intersectional Feminism, Trauma, Whiteness, and Recovery in Michelle Cliff's Novels, Begoña V. Vázquez
Department: English

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More Than Murderers: Confronting Perpetrators in Holocaust Fiction, Adam M. Wassel
Department: English

Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Caribbean “Islands of the Mind”: Reshaping the Ocularity of the Self, Margaret Cox
Department: English

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Fostering the Creative Mind: Creative Pedagogies in the ELT Classroom, Zachary W. Fish
Department: English

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Fostering the Creative Mind: Creative Pedagogies in the ELT Classroom, Zachary W. Fish
Department: English

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"How Do You Feel About This Paper?" A Mixed-Methods Study of How Writing Center Tutors Address Emotion, Jennifer Follett
Department: English

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Validating Placement for Teaching and Learning, Jessica Ann Ganni
Department: English

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Fabulous Ordinariness & Self-Making: The Other Side of USonian Identities, Erin Guydish
Department: English

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Indonesian EFL Teachers' Perceptions and Experiences of Professional Development, Rudi Hartono
Department: English

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A Qualitative Study of Graduate and Professional Studies Students' Writing Identities: The Role of Writing Centers in Constructing Identities, Kimberley M. Holloway
Department: English

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High School Peer Tutor Alumni Research Project, Andrew L. Jeter
Department: English

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Feminist Themes in Dystopias, Elsa Klingensmith
Department: English

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Faculty Members' Perceptions of Teaching Writing to Students Who Use English as an Additional Language, Nathan Lindberg
Department: English

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EFL Preservice Teachers' Beliefs About English Language Teaching in Role-Play Based Activities, Arifah Mardiningrum
Department: English

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Arriving at This Place: A Teacher’s Journey to Fostering Sustainable International Service-Learning in the Writing Classroom, Ravyn L. McKee
Department: English

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Integrating Writing Activities in the English Department Literature Courses at an Afghan University, Mir Abdullah Miri
Department: English

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Latina Undergraduate Students’ Experiences with Resources and Student Organizations at a Predominately White Institution, Jonathan Montgomery
Department: English

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Latina Undergraduate Students’ Experiences with Resources and Student Organizations at a Predominately White Institution, Jonathan Montgomery
Department: English

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Recontextualizations of Families of Linguistic and Cultural Diversity in Educational E-Discourse: A Discourse Analysis of Representation, Accessibility, and Ideological Values in Parent Involvement, Janelle L. Newman
Department: English

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Adapting Place, Embracing Hybridity: Brian Friel’s and Frank McGuinness’s Dramatic Adaptations of Anton Chekhov and Henrik Ibsen, Nancy Elizabeth Raftery
Department: English

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Introducing the Prison Writer to Composition: A Multilayered, Many Stranded, Nested, and Textured 3D Metanarrative That Begins to Unfold the Untold Story of Prison Writing, Alva Natalie Ramon
Department: English

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"A Land of Picture": Novelized Art and Visual Literature in Cole, Cooper, and Hawthorne, 1826-1860, Ellen H. Ryan
Department: English

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Holding Back the Mountain: Sustaining Place in the Appalachian Poetry of Robert Morgan, Kathryn Stripling Byer, and Ron Rash, Alana Dagenhart Sherrill
Department: English

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Merging Professional Academic Literacies and Identities: Four Case Studies of New PhDs Working in Composition, Kathleen Vacek
Department: English

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Writing Across the Curriculum: Experiences of Undergraduate Multilingual International Students, Zhenjie Weng
Department: English

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Alcoholic Republic/Temperate Empire: Temperance and Imperialism in U.S Literature, 1830-1870, Sarah Elise Franzen Young
Department: English

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The Sidekick Comes of Age: Tracing the Growth of Secondary Characters in Young Adult Literature, Stephen M. Zimmerly
Department: English

Theses/Dissertations from 2015

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Androgynous Content: Gender-Inclusive Language in Qur'anic Arabic and Egyptian Arabic, Mohamed Ahmed Mohamed Ahmed
Department: English

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A Qualitative Case Study Exploring the Implementation of ePortfolios by Writing Teachers in PASSHE Schools, Maha Alawdat
Department: English

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The Discursive Construction of Saudi Women in the American Media, Lama Abdullah J. Alharbi
Department: English

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Using Poetry to Express Emotions in Arabic and English as a Second Language, Ahmed Mohammed Alharfi
Department: English

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Writing for Certainty: Women's Reformist Exegesis in Early Modern England, Angela Aliff
Department: English

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Gender, Performance, and Film: A Study of the Performance of Gender in a Selection of Jordanian Films in Light of Some Cultural and Social Effects, Arene N. Al-Shara'h
Department: English

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"But Where Can We Draw Water?": Ideology, Myth, and Legend in Twentieth-Century Irish Literature, Matthew P. Ayres
Department: English

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Postmodern Tendencies in Contemporary Arab American Novel, Ibrahim Azizi
Department: English

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The Unsung Feminist Heroine: Jessie Redmon Fauset-- Liberator, Educator, and Female Emancipator, Michelle Eileen Banks
Department: English

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Weird Mysticism: Philosophical Horror and the Logic of Negation in Thomas Ligotti, Georges Bataille, and E. M. Cioran, Brad Baumgartner
Department: English

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When English is Performed Rather Than Spoken: The Narrative Inquiry of Saudi M.A. Students' Experiences with Pragmatic Competence, Fahad A. Ben Duhaish
Department: English

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Rereading, Rewriting, and Recovering the Literary Legacy of Susan Warner, Amanda M. Benigni
Department: English

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"I Am Master Here and You Shall Learn to Know It": Recovering Domestic Abuse Literature by 19th-Century Transatlantic Women Authors, Maria E. Bodenschatz
Department: English

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Gathering Wombs: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Decolonizing the Female Body in the Works of Mahasweta Devi, Margaret Randall, and Bessie Head, Mary Louisa Cappelli
Department: English

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A Bakhtinian Approach to (Re)visioning Heroic Rhetoric in Medical Discourse, Gillian Mary Collie
Department: English

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The Projected Use of Mobile Applications for Adult English Language Learners' in Class Instruction, Melissa Rachael Cowan
Department: English

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Captivating Culture and Composition: Life Writing, Storytelling, Folklore, and Heritage Literacy Connections to First-Year Composition, Jennifer O. Curtis
Department: English

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A New Model for Reading Adaptation: The Textus, in a Case Study of Adaptations of “The Great Gatsby”, Sarah Elizabeth Davis
Department: English

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Harry Potter and the Order of the Metatext: A Study of Nonfiction Fan Compositions and Disciplinary Writing, Shevaun Donelli O'Connell
Department: English

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Ethnoracial Mixology: A Poetic Ethnography of Mixed-Heritage Individuals' Experiences of Racial and Ethnic Identification and Identity, Tarah Dunn
Department: English

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Trapped Like a Trap in a Trap: Subversive Fiction of the Twenties and Thirties - Dorothy Parker's Outrage at the Failure of Advancement Toward Gender and Social Equality, Claire Louise Englehart
Department: English

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Beyond Visible Cities: Avant-Garde Actions and the Materialized Word in Twenty-First-Century New York City, Dominique Ficalora
Department: English

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Belief and an Act of Will: Hopeful Writing Theory for the Composition Course, Brian Fotinakes
Department: English

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Academic Literacy and Discourse Socialization of Seven Multilinguals in a Research Seminar Course in a Japanese University, Yutaka Fujieda
Department: English

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Social Combination: Teaching Two Fa(u)lkners and Digital Literacy, Koichi Fujino
Department: English

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Recontextualizing Composition Studies: Translingual Practice, Representation, and an Enacted Methodology, Rachel Griffo
Department: English

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(Re)framing the Immigrant Narrative: Exploring Testimonios That Counter the Essentialized Image of (Un)documented People in the Discourses of Contemporary U.S. Rhetoric, Leslie Nicole Gutierrez
Department: English

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Reimagining the Dominant Narratives of Peer Tutoring: A Study of Tutors' and Writers' Stories, Margaret M. Herb
Department: English

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Writing Stories Across Languages: The Exploration of Students' Books Construction in an EAP Writing Classroom, Maria Houston
Department: English

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Aristotle, the Sublime, and Quantum Rhetoric: New Approaches to Understanding the Fiction Writing Process, Mitchell R. James
Department: English

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Recovering the Agency of Editors in the Careers of Three Canonical Nineteenth-Century American Authors, David W. Johnson
Department: English

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Negotiation of Feedback on Academic Writing at the Doctoral Level: A Contextualized, Qualitative Inquiry of Multilingual Students, Kyung Min Kim
Department: English

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"Upon Life and All Its Random Injustice": The Post-Traumatic Masculinity of Superheroes, Villains, and Vigilantes in Graphic Novels, Television, and Cinema, Shana Marie Kraynak
Department: English

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Jane Eyre and Becky Sharp's Progeny: Mapping the Governess in Victorian Literature, Amanda M. Lagoe
Department: English

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Understanding the Korean Culture of Assessment and Implementation of a Performance Assessment Tool, Youn-Kyoung Lee
Department: English

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Aesthetic Plagiarism and its Metaphors in the Writings of Poe, Melville, and Wilde, Sandra M. Leonard
Department: English

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American Orientalism: A Study of Ethnic American Literature in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century, Xiaodong Liu
Department: English

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Emasculation and Emancipation: African American Masculinity in African American Women's Literature, 1955-1985, Lana N. Lockhart
Department: English

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The Rebellious Novel: A Study in Conformity, Repression, and Resistance in Philip Roth and Selected Other Novelists, Andru Lugo
Department: English

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Collaborative Dissertations in Composition: A Feminist Disruption of the Status Quo, Laura M. Mangini
Department: English

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Composition and the Cooperative Dissertation Study: Our Collaborative Resistance, Sabatino M. Mangini
Department: English