2011 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference

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2011 conference organizers
2011 conference organizers
Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
Renaissance Graduate Programs
Thursday, January 27, 2011 to Saturday, January 29, 2011

See the complete program and the online Selected Conference Proceedings publication.

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Graduate student organizers:

  • Anupam Basu, English, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Elizabeth Black, French, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Andrew Bozio, English, University of Michigan
  • Glen Doris, History, University of Aberdeen
  • David Hitchcock, History, University of Warwick
  • Matthew Maletz, History, University of Northern Illinois
  • Brad Mollmann, History, Tulane University
  • Renée Anne Poulin, Italian, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • John Walters, English, Indiana University

The following graduate students presented papers at the 2011 conference:

Michael Alijewicz, English, Vanderbilt University
Diana D. Anderson, English, DePaul University
Heloisa Aruth Sturm, Spanish, University of Texas at Austin
Nicolas Bamballi, History of Science, Indiana University
Amanda C. Barton, English, Saint Louis University
Greg Bereiter, History, Northern Illinois University
R. Scott Bevill, English/Marco Institute, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
William Biel, English and Medieval Studies, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Melanie Bowman, French, University of Minnesota
Hannah Byland, History and English, University of Oklahoma
Julie Christenson, English, University of Missouri
Jessica Clancy, English, Loyola University Chicago
Brittany Claytor, English, Ohio University
Cam Lindley Cross, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago
Kristen Decker-Ali, Architectural History, University of Texas at Austin
Timothy DeJong, English, University of Western Ontario
Annalese Knarr Duprey, English, Northwestern University
Justy Engle, Humanities, Concentraton in Medieval Studies, University of Louisville
Savannah Esquivel, Art History, University of Illinois at Chicago
Kate Fedewa, English, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Arlie Scott Ferguson, Philosophy, Marquette University
Brandan Grayson, Spanish, Washington University
Tim Green, English and Education, University of Michigan
Meg Gregory, English, Illinois State University
Tara Hargrave, Département d’études françaises, University of Waterloo
Beth Hartman, Music Studies, Northwestern University
Tony Hessenthaler, Spanish and Portuguese, Indiana University
Joshua Hollman, Medieval Studies, McGill University (unable to attend due to weather-related travel difficulties)
Alexander Jacobs, History, Vanderbilt University
Timothy Jordan, English, Kent State University
Rachel Belle-Schofield Juen, History, Western Michigan University
Michael Krutel, Northeast Ohio Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing Program, University of Akron
Kirsten Kumpf, German, University of Iowa
Katie Larson, History of Art, Indiana University
Kristin Leaman, English, Purdue University, and Library and Information Science, Indiana University
Lance Lubelski, History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Helen Lynch, English, University of Aberdeen
Idoia Martinez-del Mozo, Hispanic Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago
Liz Maynard, Art History and Communication Studies, McGill University
Colleen McCuskey, French, Department of Romance and Classical Languages, Michigan State University
Julia Miglets, History, Northwestern University
Yvonne S. Mikuljan, Medieval Studies, University of Notre Dame
Rachel Miller, History of Art and Architecture, University of Pittsburgh
Terra Milo, English, University of Akron
Terrance Mintner, History, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Aisha Motlani, Art History, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Rachael L. Mundie, Art History, Kent State University
Amy Newhouse, History, Late Medieval and Reformation Studies, University of Arizona
Laura Nowocin, English Literature, Miami University
Thomas A. Oldham, Theater and Drama, Indiana University
Isabel Quintana, History, Tulane University
Bretton Rodriguez, Literature, University of Notre Dame
Brendan Rowley, French, Washington University
Stephanie Seketa, Historical Studies, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Jay Simons, English, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Courtney Smotherman, Italian Studies, Romance Languages and Literature, University of Notre Dame
Degane Sougal, Art History and Communication Studies, McGill University
Bradley Stabler, English, Wayne State University
Errin T. Stegich, History, Wayne State University
Brianna M. Tonner, English, DePaul University
Victoria Turner, French Studies, University of Warwick
Anatole Upart, Art History, University of Illinois at Chicago
Benjamin Utter, English, University of Minnesota
Lydia M. Walker, Comparative Religion, Western Michigan University
Raymond Michael Whelan, History, University of Aberdeen
Daniel Wollenberg, English, University of Pittsburgh
Karen M. Woodworth, Music, University of Chicago
Matthew Wyman-McCarthy, History, McGill University
Bing Yan, Comparative Literature, Purdue University
Megan Koza Young, Art History, University of Kansas

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