The English Department would like to offer its congratulations to two of our MA program for their upcoming research presentations this semester.
Phil Hiotis, an MA student and graduate assistant in the English Department, will be presenting part of his thesis at the George Washington University Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute's Graduate Student Symposium on February 23, 2016. His paper is entitled, "Heckling: Disorder in Shakespeare's Play within a Play."
Holly Roumeliotis, an MA student and high school teacher in Baltimore County, will be presenting a paper at the University of Maryland History Graduate Student Association conference on March 4, 2016. Her paper is entitled, "Narrating Justice in the Aftermath of the French Revolution."
Congratulations to both of these students for sharing their work with the world and for taking that next step in participating in the critical conversations of their fields.