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Literacy and Rhetorical Studies Students and Faculty Present Research
English, Linguistics, and Writing Studies Graduate Students and Faculty present their research as part of the 2018 Research Series.
Join us after spring break for the next edition of the LRS Research Series, featuring lunch and presentations of exciting new research being conducted by LRS faculty and graduate students, representing the Department of English, Linguistics, and Writing Studies and the Master’s Program in Liberal Studies on the UM–Duluth campus:
Friday, March 30, 2018
125 Nolte Center, East Bank
Kristina Cashin (Master’s student, English, UM–Duluth)
Voices for Advocacy: Reconciling White Privilege and Representation in the Asian TESOL Hiring Process
Chongwon Park (Professor, English, Linguistics, and Writing Studies, UM–Duluth)
Cognitive Grammar and English Nominalization
Kevin Swanberg (Master’s student, Liberal Studies: Computational Linguistics, UM–Duluth)
What Makes a "Good" Translation "Good"? A Study of Metaphor in the Korean and English Versions of The Vegetarian by Han Kang
Elizabethada A. Wright (Professor, English, Linguistics, and Writing Studies, UM–Duluth)
Beyond the Epideictic: A Nineteenth-Century French American Catholic Sister and a Rhetoric of Blame
Lunch provided to registrants. Please register here.
Download our flyer here.
If you are a current or prospective LRS graduate student, please note the upcoming Mon 19 March deadline for the LRS Student Travel Grant and the Summer Dissertation/Master’s Thesis Fellowship (which helped support Kristina and Kevin in their research mentioned above). More information about applying for these funding opportunities is here, along with information about applying for admission to the LRS minor here.