Vol 2, No 2 (2012)

Conference Issue: Revising and Revisioning Work

Procedings from the 2012 Graduate Conference on Language and Literature.

Table of Contents

Editors' Introduction

Editor's Introduction PDF
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Critical Articles

Signifying the Abstract: The Male Gaze, Maternal Power, and Homosocial Bonds in Geoffrey Wright’s Film Adaptation of Macbeth PDF
Jason Pitruzzello 3-9
Representation of Muslims in Early Modern English Literature PDF
Dawlat Sami Yassin 10-22
Defoe’s Masterful Characterization in the Secret History Pamphlets PDF
Elizabeth Blomstedt 23-30
Exploring Ernest Hemingway and Gene Stratton-Porters’ Representations of the WW I Veteran Home from the Front PDF
Katherine Echols 31-39
An Angel in the Midst of ‘Dark Business’ PDF
Lauren Alfred 40-48
Garro’s Baroque Theatre: How Recollections is a Reality Blur PDF
Erica Roth 49-56
The Library as Universe in the Baroque and the Neobaroque PDF
Caitlin Brenner 57-63
The Problem of Greed in JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings PDF
Christopher Larimore 64-70
A New Way of Seeing: Exploring the Role of Home and Self in Travel and Travel Writing PDF
Elizabeth Pearson 71-83
Rudolpho Anaya's Bless Me, Ultima: A Mestizaje Education PDF
Lauren M. P. Derby 84-93
Opium of the Masses: Religious Representation in Gloria Anzaldúa’s poem, “A Sea of Cabbages,” from Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza PDF
Layla Benitez-James 94-98
Estudio Diacrónico Preliminar de la Variación –se/-ra en España PDF
Catherine Hanna 99-104
Abriendo caminos con las huellas del pasado: El Proyecto de Recuperación de la Herencia Literaria Hispana de los Estados Unidos PDF
Carolina E Alonso 105-112
The Counterpublic Writing Experience of Houston Latinos University Students PDF
Bruce J Martin 113-126
Back to Basics: How Class Conflict Is Recreating Basic Writing PDF
Jessie Casteel 127-137
Counterpublic Protest and the Purpose of Occupy: Reframing the Discourse of Occupy Wall Street PDF
Allison Laubach Wright 138-146

Call for Papers

Call for Papers -- Fall 2012 PDF
 


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