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Students in the Department of English at Ohio State engage in a wide variety of research and scholarship. The following citations were self-reported and filed under the month they were received. 

Students are encouraged to submit their research and scholarship at any time via our webform


SUBMITTED OCTOBER 2020

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SUBMITTED SEPTEMBER 2020

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SUBMITTED APRIL 2020

Awards or recognitions

Grants or fellowships

  • Mitchell, Ryan. U.S. Student Fulbright Study/Research Award, awarded by the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. 2020.
  • Morrison, Clint, Jr. Hope Emily Allen Dissertation Grant, awarded by the Medieval Academy of America. 2020.
  • Nelson, Chloe. U.S. Student Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Award, awarded by the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. 2020.
  • Peddireddi, Ayush. U.S. Student Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Award, awarded by the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. 2020.

Publications

  • DeCarlo, Evan. "Snyder’s Spiral in 'Burning the Small Dead': Megatropic Synecdoche as Evinced by Fractals and Zen Buddhist Interdependence." Text in Context, October 2020.
  • Julius, Robert. "Everyone You Meet Is God in Drag." The Rumpus, 14 April 2020.

Speeches, lectures or presentations

  • Rooney, Jack. “‘If I could seize a soul’: Victorian Poetic Theory as the Generic Bridge Between Elegy and Psychography." NAVSA 2019: Media, Genre, the Generic, 19 October 2019, Hilton Columbus Downtown, Columbus, OH. Conference Paper.
  • Rooney, Jack. “‘Nor atom that his might could render void’: Elementing Immortality in Romantic Sepulchral Meditation." NASSR 2019: Romantic Elements, 8 August 2019, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL. Conference Paper.
  • Rooney, Jack.“‘What wouldst thou?’: Conjuration as the Crisis of Terror and Horror in Three Romantic Poets." International Gothic Association 2019: Gothic Terror, Gothic Horror, 2 August 2019, Lewis University, Romeoville, IL. Conference Paper.
  • Sydlik, Andrew. "'No Great Stretch of Fancy': Madness in the American Gothic." Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association Conference, 9 Nov. 2019, Pittsburgh, PA. Conference Presentation.

SUBMITTED MARCH 2020

Awards or recognitions

  • Awad, Ruth. Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist's Fellowships in Poetry ($5000). Ohio Arts Council. 2020.
  • Borgen, Seth. Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist's Fellowships in Fiction ($5000). Ohio Arts Council. 2020.
  • Cabey, Akhim. Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist's Fellowships in Poetry ($5000). Ohio Arts Council. 2020.
  • Cieskowski, Babette. Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist's Fellowships in Poetry ($5000). Ohio Arts Council. 2020.
  • Cumming, Valerie. Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist's Fellowships in Fiction ($5000). Ohio Arts Council  2020.
  • Fox, James. Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist's Fellowships in Nonfiction ($5000). Ohio Arts Council. 2020.
  • Ellenberger, James. Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist's Fellowships in Poetry ($5000). Ohio Arts Council. 2020.
  • Hallal, Billy. Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist's Fellowships in Fiction ($5000). Ohio Arts Council. 2020.
  • Smith, Eliza. Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist's Fellowships in Nonfiction ($5000). Ohio Arts Council. 2020.
  • Smith, Jamie Lyn. Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist's Fellowships in Fiction ($5000). Ohio Arts Council. 2020.
  • Townsend, Ann. Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist's Fellowships in Poetry ($5000). Ohio Arts Council. 2020.
  • Ventre, Gina. Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist's Fellowships in Fiction ($5000). Ohio Arts Council. 2020.

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SUBMITTED FEBRUARY 2020

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Speeches, lectures or presentations

  • Yeager, Sean. "Visualizing the Temporal Space of Narratives." Hayes Forum, 28 February 2020, The Ohio State University, Columbus. Conference Presentation. Awarded first-place prize in Humanities Conference Presentation by Hayes Forum.

SUBMITTED JANUARY 2020

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Speeches, lectures or presentations

  • Bashford, AndrewIndya Jackson, and Edgar Singleton. "Can What and How We Teach Make the World More Just?: Antiracist Pedagogy in Teaching First-Year Students." Focus on the First Year Conference, 14 January 2020. Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
  • Morrison, Clint. "Caroling around in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight." MLA, 9 January 2020, Washington State Conference Center, Seattle, WA. Conference Paper.
  • Rooney, Jack. “‘If I could seize a soul’: Victorian Poetic Theory as the Generic Bridge Between Elegy and Psychography." NAVSA 2019: Media, Genre, the Generic, 19 October 2019, Hilton Columbus Downtown, Columbus, OH. Conference Paper.
  • Rooney, Jack. “‘Nor atom that his might could render void’: Elementing Immortality in Romantic Sepulchral Meditation." NASSR 2019: Romantic Elements, 8 August 2019, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL. Conference Paper.
  • Rooney, Jack. “‘What wouldst thou?’: Conjuration as the Crisis of Terror and Horror in Three Romantic Poets." International Gothic Association 2019: Gothic Terror, Gothic Horror, 2 August 2019, Lewis University, Romeoville, IL. Conference Paper.


 

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SUBMITTED DECEMBER 2019

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SUBMITTED SEPTEMBER 2019

 

Awards or recognitions

  • Podraza, Morgan. "Happy Halloween, Michael: Laurie Strode and the Survival of the Final Girl." Gary Burns Graduate Student Travel Award, awarded by the Midwest Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference. October 2019.
  • Roundtree, Sherita. Presidents Dissertation Award of the Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric & Composition (CFSHRC) for her dissertation “Pedagogies of Noise: Black Women’s Teaching Efficacy and Pedagogical Approaches in Composition Classrooms.” Dissertation. September 2019.

Publications

  • Kimball, Kamal. "Seasonal Affective." Tahoma Literary Review, vol. 16 (forthcoming)

Speech, lecture or presentation

  • Russell, Shaun. "Behind 'The Altar': Rethinking Typography in George Herbert's /The Temple/." Sixteenth Century Society Conference, 18 October 2019, Hyatt Regency, St. Louis, MO. Conference Paper.
  • Sydlik, Andrew. "'No Great Stretch of Fancy': Madness in the American Gothic." Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association Conference, 9 November 2019, Pittsburgh Marriott City Center, Pittsburgh, PA. Presentation.
  • Yeager, Sean. "fine tuning Antin's 'tuning': a mathematical model of communication." Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts Annual Meeting, 7-9 November 2019, Irvine, CA. Conference Presentation. 
  • Yeager, Sean. "An Autistic Narratology and the Mechanics of Storytelling." Modern Language Association Annual Convention, 11 January 2020, Seattle, WA. Conference Presentation.

SUBMITTED JULY 2019

 

Awards or recognitions

  • Bishop, AndrewWinner of the Twenty-Sixth Annual Victor J. Emmett, Jr., Memorial Award for “Health or Wealth? Environmentalism and Consumerism in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman.The Midwest Quarterly, vol. 60, no. 4, 2019, pp. 402-418.

Speeches, lectures or presentations

  • Opliger, BonnieCristina Rivera, and Edgar Singleton. “Competing and Cooperating Voices in Curriculum Design: Including All Stakeholders in Program Revision.” Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference, 27 July 2019, Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, Baltimore, MD. 

SUBMITTED MAY 2019

 

Publications

  • Bishop, Andrew. "Wasted Bulls and Fungus-Ridden Fish: Waste, Travel, and Entitlement in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises." The Hemingway Review, vol. 38, no. 2, 2019, pp. 27-41.

SUBMITTED APRIL 2019

 

Awards or recognitions

  • Bonifacio, AyendyNortheast Modern Language Association (NeMLA) 2018 Caribbean Studies Essay Award for “¿A’ca’o Qué, Comadre?: Border Languages, Xicanisma and Ciudadanía in Ana Castillo’s So Far from God.”
  • Bowen, Maria. Second Place, Ohio State Newark Annual Student Research Forum. “You, Me & 9/11: Collective Memory in the National Sept. 11 Museum.” Oral Presentation, March 5, 2019.

  • Gallaher, Megan. First Place, Ohio State Newark Annual Student Research Forum. “Nineteenth Century Literary History and Liverpool.” Oral Presentation, March 5, 2019.


SUBMITTED FEBRUARY 2019

 

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SUBMITTED JANUARY 2019

 

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  • Berry, ConnieA Dream of Death. Crooked Lane Books. Forthcoming April 2019.
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SUBMITTED DECEMBER 2018

 

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SUBMITTED OCTOBER 2018

 

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SUBMITTED SEPTEMBER 2018

 

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Speeches, lectures or presentations

  • Knapper, Daniel. “Living and Active: Saint Paul, Lancelot Andrewes, and the Rhetoric of Misquotation,” Renaissance Society of America, New Orleans, LA. March 2018.

SUBMITTED MAY 2018

 

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Reviews


SUBMITTED MARCH 2018

Grants or fellowships

  • "Mary Lily Research Grant." PI: Miller, Rachel. Received from the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture at Duke University. 2018-2019.
  • "Fulbright Scholarship." PI: Timmins, Alejandra. Received for use towards scholarship in Spain. 2018. 

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Speeches, lectures or presentations

  • Bonifacio, Ayendy. “The Celebrity Climate of the Poetess Persona in Robert E. Bonner's New York Ledger,” C19: The Society of Nineteenth-Century Americanists (C19), Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 2018.
  • Cleto, Sara. Roundtable discussion: The Case of the Alchemist's Daughter. The 39th Annual International Conference for the Fantastic in the Arts. Orlando, Florida. March 16th, 2018.
  • Warman, Brittany and Sara Cleto. "'Spooky Action at a Distance': Fairylore's Intrusion on Vampiric Tradition in Only Lovers Left Alive." The 39th Annual International Conference for the Fantastic in the Arts. Orlando, Florida. March 17th, 2018. 
  • Warman, Brittany. Roundtable discussion: "Folklore and Frankenstein." The 39th Annual International Conference for the Fantastic in the Arts. Orlando, Florida. March 16th, 2018. 

SUBMITTED FEBRUARY 2018

 

Publications

  • Gordon, Kaiya. "Review: Death by Sex Machine by Franny Choi." Up the Staircase Quarterly, 1 February 2018.
  • Harvat, Zachary. "S(t)imulating History: Queer Historical Play in Gone Home and The Tearoom," Queer Studies in Media & Popular Culture, vol. 3, no. 1.
  • Matlock, Maryna“‘What’s in the Empty Flat?’: Specular Identity and Authorship in Neil Gaiman’s Coraline.” The Victorian Era in Twenty-First Century Children’s and Adolescent Literature and Culture, edited by Sonya Sawyer Fritz and Sara K. Day, Routledge, 2018, pp. 38-54.
  • Showler, Suzannah. Most Dramatic Ever: The Bachelor. ECW Press, 23 January, 2018.

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SUBMITTED JANUARY 2018

 

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SUBMITTED DECEMBER 2017

 

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SUBMITTED NOVEMBER 2017

 

Author Talks and Q&As

  • Bonifacio, Ayendy. "Dique Dominican: A Memoir." 10 November 2017. Molasses Books, Brooklyn, NY.

Awards or recognitions

Publications

Speeches, lectures or presentations

  • Bonifacio, Ayendy. "Memoir Writing Workshop." 9 November 2017. Fordham Leadership Academy  for Business & Technology, Bronx, NY.
  • Bonifacio, Ayendy, and Joey S. Kim. "Applying to Graduate School: McNair Scholars Program." 8 November 2017. Hunter College (CUNY), New York, NY.

SUBMITTED OCTOBER 2017

 

Awards or recognitions

  • Moran, Ben. "M. Rick Smith Memorial Prize for Best Graduate Student Essay." The Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference. 21 October 2017.

Publications

  • Chivington, Lauren. "The Girl, the Jew, and the Maus: Holocaust Narratives in Controversial Media". The Knowledge Bank at The Ohio State University, 2017.
  • Stroup, Rachel"A Feminist Reads Philip Roth." PopMatters, 21 July 2017.

Speeches, lectures or presentations

  • Bahl, Erin. ""What Do You See, Old Gray?": Narrative Accessibility, Creative Audio Description and "The Bremen Town Musicians."" 2017, American Folklore Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Bonifacio, Ayendy. "Dique Dominican." Author Talk, 21 October 2017, The Potter's House, Washington, D.C.
  • Cleto, Sara. ""Come, Give Me a True History": Storytelling and the Creation of a Legend in Bronte's Wuthering Heights." 2017, American Folklore Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Hopkin, Rachel C. "Tell Us a Story: Interviewing and Alchemy." 2017, American Folklore Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Jacobs, Tessa. "Beliefscapes of Climate Change: Rumor and Legend for the Anthropocene." 2017, American Folklore Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Johnson, Christofer. "Fishing in Uncertain Waters: Resilience and Cultural Change in a Small North Atlantic Community." 2017, American Folklore Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Johnson, Christofer. "Modernity, Resilience and Change." 2017, American Folklore Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Lovejoy, Jordan. ""Them Girls Shake It:" Affrilachian Poetry as Social and Environmental Justice Performance Activism." 2017, American Folklore Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Marsden, Mariah. "The Ghost in the Narrative: Spectral Intersubjectivity and Resistance in an Ozark Cattlewoman's Narratives." 2017, American Folklore Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Moran, Ben. "Churning Earth." The 41st Annual Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference, 21 October 2017, Baldwin Wallace University, Berea, OH. 
  • Smith, Madeline. "Authority, Identity, Sainthood and Complex Forms of Dissent in the Vernacular Religion of the Modern Catholic Worker Movement." 2017, American Folklore Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Vaillancourt, Gregg. "Reclaiming the Pagan Past: The Neo-Pagan Revival of the AEcerbot and Early Medieval Charms." 2017, American Folklore Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Varajon, Sydney""Not Responsible for Consequence:" Market Altars, Performativity and Placemaking in the Greater Hilltop." 2017, American Folklore Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Warman, Brittany. "Her Story: A Feminism and Folklore Retrospective 2017. 2017, American Folklore Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Warman, Brittany. "Queering Constructions: Multivariance and Liminality in Folk Narrative." 2017, American Folklore Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Warman, Brittany. "You Have Set Yourself to Music": Fairy Legend in Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray." 2017, American Folklore Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.


SUBMITTED SEPTEMBER 2017

 

Awards or recognitions

  • Kim, Joey. Finalist. ROAR Story Slam. KoreanAmericanStory.org. Council of Korean-Americans National Summit & Gala, Washington, D.C., October 2017.

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SUBMITTED SUMMER 2017
(May through August)

 

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