WMU English graduate students in Literature and English Education, led by Dr. Joyce Walker, presented the final project for their capstone course, ENGL 6900, on Wednesday, April 8, to an enthusiastic audience. Presentations included:
- Steve Ryno: Developing Lives: Therapeutic Writing in the Developmental Classroom
- Michelle Ringle-Barrett: Reshaping the Image of Scholarship: Emotions, Vulnerability, and Womanhood in the Composition Classroom
- Meghann Meeusen: Breaking the Glass Slipper: Reconstructing Power Paradigms in Gail Carson Levine’s Ella Enchanted.
- Kristin Denslow: Funkin’ with Much Ado: Hip-hop Rewrites Gender in Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing