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Discover the work our graduate students are doing at the University—and around the world.
Into the Archives, and Beyond: Grad Student Projects
about Into the Archives, and Beyond: Grad Student Projects
What are our grad students researching in 2017-18? Shakespeare comic books, Thomas Carlyle, 18th-century colonial northern India, and racial microagressions
Finding an Edge in the Darkness: Jeffrey Squires
about Finding an Edge in the Darkness: Jeffrey Squires
Award-winning doctoral student researches despair in the 17th century, plays beer-league hockey.
A Quickened Mind: From Fanfiction to Milton
about A Quickened Mind: From Fanfiction to Milton
A PhD candidate's award-winning research benefits his teaching (and vice versa).
Destination: A New Way of Seeing
about Destination: A New Way of Seeing
International students elevate English study at the U, and vice versa.
Cross Country Research
about Cross Country Research
Doctoral students report on 2016 projects supported by the Graduate Research Partnership Program.
All I Want Is the Truth: PhD Student Katelin Krieg
about All I Want Is the Truth: PhD Student Katelin Krieg
Victorian scholar (and Graduate School fellowship recipient) sees common ground between art and science, especially in their preoccupation with truth.
A Poem for Orlando: Students Create Benefit Chapbook
about A Poem for Orlando: Students Create Benefit Chapbook
MFA candidates' publication supports victims of the Pulse massacre.
The Lady Knight
about The Lady Knight
PhD student Amanda Taylor wins a fellowship to finish her dissertation on epic romances and the gendered martial body.
Shakespeare on the Nile
about Shakespeare on the Nile
A trip to Cairo helps English graduate student David Moberly understand how the Arab world translated Shakespeare.
A Public Inheritance
about A Public Inheritance
For MFA candidate Kendra Atleework, writing memoir means exploring history, landscape, and culture.
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