Our newly minted PhDs with their major advisors

The University of Georgia English Department is thrilled to announce that twelve students have graduated with an MA or a PhD in English in Spring 2017.  The graduates are listed below, with conferred degree, dissertation or thesis title, and the members of their committees.

John Bazzle
PhD
"Deep Video"
Committee members: McKnight, Henken, Zawacki, Pizzino

Elizabeth Cunningham
PhD
“Women & Children”
Committee members: Zawack, Pavlic, Rasula

Johnny Damm
PhD
The Science of Things Familiar
Committee members: Rasula, McKnight, Zawacki

Alexandra Edwards
PhD
"Fanaticism, Yes! Literary Fan Cultures of the Early Twentieth Century"
Committee members: Rosenbaum, Eberle, Anderson

John Fuqua
PhD
"How to Do Books with Things: Being and Reflecting in Renaissance Literature."
Committee members: Jacobson, Iyengar, Teague

Courtney Hoffman
PhD
"Pathetic Temporality: Time and Affect in Eighteenth-Century Women's Epistolary Novel"
Committee members: Kraft, Tobin LeGette

Matthew Nye
PhD
“Still Life With Opium”
Committee members: Zawacki, Jacobson, Cerbu

Thibault Raoult
PhD
“Today Was Lilies: Poems & Prose”
Committee members: Zawacki, McKnight, Rasula

Rajesh Reddy
PhD
"Subaltern Fables: Posthuman Speech for a Postcolonial Era"
Committee members: McKnight, Santesso, Pizzino

Sidonia Serafini
MA
“Exile, Identity, and New Orleans in the Southern Workman Fiction of Alice Dunbar-Nelson”
Committee members: McCaskill, Lowe, Marrs

Gale Thompson
PhD
“Helen or My Hunger.”
Committee members: Zurawski, Pavlic, Zawacki

Dorothy Todd
PhD
"Mortal Times": Embodiments of Time and the Succession Crisis in Shakespearean Drama
Committee members: Teague, Camp, Jacobson, Iyengar