Dr. Susan Honeyman
assistant professor of English, 308.865.8563
Nine students from the University of Nebraska Kearney have been competitively selected to present their papers at the Sigma Tau Delta Annual International Conference March 16-20 in Kansas City, Mo.
Students could submit original short fiction, poetry, and personal and analytical essays focusing on or relating to the convention theme, Unheard Melodies.
Sigma Tau Delta is an honor society for students studying the English language and literature in the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels. The organization has more than 600 active chapters, 900 faculty sponsors and inducts approximately 7,000 members annually.
Student presenters, and their topics, are listed alphabetically by hometown.
Grand Island Justin Sevenker, Reading Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick
Kearney Gary Dop, Collection from Deutschland
Jessica Isaac, The Young Reader’s Use for Fantasy
Anne Nagel, A Serpent on the Path to Canterbury
Eric Reed, Structure, Metafiction, and the real in Charlie Kaufman’s Adaptation
Jillian Tangeman, William Morris and Lord Alfred
Moorefield Kristen Wilson, Critical Analysis of ‘Ode to my Son at Seventeen’
Ogallala Erica Chu, Prague: The Pain of Memory
Wayne Heather Stauffer, Swings