Graduate

For a complete list of dissertations completed since 1995, see Recent Ph.D.s

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Research - Graduate

Completed/published

Author/Title Research Type Related Fields

Andrew Fitzgerald. Millenial Fiction and the Emergence of Posthuman Cosmopolitanism. Dissertation, University of Washington. 2011.

Dissertations Novel/Prose Fiction

Sarah N. Terry. Modernist Literary and Musical Collaboration. Dissertation, University of Washington. 2011.

Dissertations Music, Modernism, Literature

Timothy Welsh. Immersive Fictions: Modern Narrative, New Media, Mixed Reality. Dissertation, University of Washington. 2011.

Dissertations Media Studies, Modernism

Justin Gage. The Tame Bear: Modern Military Discipline in Defoe and Smollett. Dissertation, University of Washington. 2011.

Dissertations

Tae youn Ahn. Second Language Learning in Language-Exchange Interactions: A Sociocultural and Discourse Analytic Study. Dissertation, University of Washington. 2011.

Dissertations Language Pedagogy, Discourse Analysis

Donald Leonard Anderson. Power and Indeterminacy: The Noisy Networks of Foucault, Cage, Burroughs, and Delaney. Dissertation, University of Washington. 2011.

Dissertations Philosophy

Jane J. Lee. Reading Matters: Liberal Discourse and the Democratization of Reading in Victorian Literary Culture. Dissertation, University of Washington. 2011.

Dissertations Literature, Culture, 19th Century

Anoop A. Mirpuri. Slated for Destruction: Race, Black Radicalism, and the Meaning of Captivity in the Postwar Exceptional State. Dissertation, University of Washington. 2010.

Dissertations Race and Ethnicity, African American

Angela R. Rounsaville. Figuring Transnational Literacies: Rhetorical Negotiations in a Global Paradigm. Dissertation, University of Washington. 2010.

Dissertations Transnational

Douglass Madison Furrh. In the Midst of Prosperity: Free-Labor Republicanism, Nineteenth-Century Aesthetics and the Virtue of Suffering in Herman Melville's The Piazza Tales. Dissertation, University of Washington. 2010.

Dissertations 19th Century

Christina Dawn Wygant. The Twice Told Tale: Colonial Love Plots, Slavery, and Racial Ideology in Editorial Versions of John Gabriel Stedman's Narrative of a Five Years Expedition Against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam. Dissertation, University of Washington. 2010.

Dissertations Race and Ethnicity, History

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