English: Theses 1995+
1346 Silvey, Patrick. "I'm just Jewish..." : defining Judaism in Bernard Malamud's The Magic Barrel and Philip Roth's Goodbye, Columbus and five short stories. 2011
1343 Hurt, Tracey. Out of the habit, into the field : a reflection on a conscious existence. 2011
1341 Felzke, Matt. Gay manhood : coming to in my own coming-out narrative. 2011
1340 Cline, Franklin K.R. Nothing useful. 2011
1339 Snider, Cynthia Elaine. Women and war : negotiating the interstitial spaces between gender and nation in Tahmima Anam's A Golden Age. 2010.
1335 Toti, Nick. Poor white trash : contextualizing an American movie monster. 2010.
1334 Sivia, Crystal. Death and a wedding planner. 2010.
1332 Murdock, Emily Jo. Food, Catholics, and prostitute walks : stories of my family. 2010.
1331 Miller, Lisa C. Under the table. 2010.
1330 Linneman, Talia. Understanding patchwriting and unintentional plagiarism by English language learners. 2010.
1329 Lecaque, Thomas. "Everything made by hand perishes" : the cycle of entropy in Wace's Roman de Brut. 2010
1328 Kempf, Rachel. Scary New Year. 2010.
1325 Schweizer, Amy. An analytical and personal vision of art and life in Willa Cather's fiction. 2009.
1319 Bauer, Elizabeth. Rejecting journalistic slant and artistic misrepresentations : aesthetics of violence in Pat Barker's Double vision. 2009.
1318 Sileo Paul. The gates. 2009.
1316 Rooks, Aaron. Cult fiction : a sociological reading of The origin of the Brunists. 2009.
1314 Collins Alex. Alandor of Zerlye : after the betrayal / by Alex Collins. 2007.
1313 Carvajal, Heather. It's still a sin to kill a mockingbird: a critical assessment of To kill a mockingbird. 2009.
1312 Althoff, Harry. Playing house: gothicism, postmodernism, and the Internet in Mark Z. Danielewski's House of Leaves. 2009
1310 Warner, Andrew M. P.S. dead baby jokes aren't funny: the grotesque in sick humor. 2009.
Jonathon. Confessions of a subclinical crazy: glimpses into a
irrational mind. 2008
1308 Kuhns, Todd. Eating with the phamily. 2008
Crystal Leigh. Examining the taboo in young adult
literature: teens and teachers
look at the 2000-2007. Printz awards. 2008
1305 Moore, Levi C. Just fiction. 2008
1304 Phillips, Cassandra P. Roots of a nomad: a collection of prose and poetry. 2008
Minori My wish: discovering oneself through acquiring and
teaching a second
language using an "outside" view. 2008
1301 Mallory, Karie Marie Monsters and magic. 2008
1300 King, Eric Sick puppies: the ecotage works of Edward Abbey and Carl Hiaasen. 2008
1299 Heist, Meredith A ghost bride: Bertha Mason's story. 2008
1298 Cooper, Sean Category and mind: the catalogue genre in Robinson Crusoe. 2008
Jessica E. A heaven in hell's despair, a hell in heaven's
despite: the effect of
manic-depression on William Blake's poetic philosophy. 2007.
1294 Mayhan, Maggie Erin. Isabella Bird: liminal performances. 2007.
1293 Hughes, Kiley. Tales of the young and portable. 2007.
1291 Chapman, Tabitha. Expecting normal: finding a family's special needs. 2007.
1290 Stokes, Pam. The winter is past. 2006.
Stephanie. A poet's notebook: possibilities and
explorations in writing poetry.
1284 Coate, Daniel. Lexical borrowing in Swahili from Arabic. 2006.
1283 Vines, Johnny. "The kings of cool" and other causes for concern. 2006.
1281 Useted, Thomas A. Stop me if you think you've heard this one before. 2006.
1279 Smith, David. Monstrous love in John Gardener's Grendel. 2006.
1269 Kremer, Nicholas T. The Liberator. 2006.
Wheat, David L., Jr.
Decoding contemporary theories of militarism through science
1265 Ruecker, Todd. Understanding and improving the success of peer review involving native and non-native speakers of English. 2005.
1261 Frushour, Theodore. Turtle murmurs. 2005.
1259 Goggin, Deborah. Jane Austen's villains. 2005
1254 Whitworth, Jim. Blackbird and wildcat. 2005.
1252 Rosenfield, Lauren. Towards a river theory. 2005.
1251 Rogers, Edward L. Explaining Satan: an examination of neo-Christian criticism of John Milton's Paradise lost. 2005.
1247 Kuhnline, Dana. The moon looked like the moon. 2005.
1245 Hahn, Kasye. Confidence and narrative unreliability in Melville and Twain. 2005.
1244 Easley, Rhonda Suzanne. A positivistic aesthetic in George Eliot's life and literary work, Middlemarch. 2005.
1240 Li, Haihong. Selected translations from Island of Briar by An Ni Bao Bei. 2004.
1234 O'Brien, Sean. Survivor: Creating identity through self-destruction. 2004.
1232 Buss, Jessica. Challenging authority through narration: a study of the works of Jane Austen and Kate Chopin. 2004.
1230 Tumminia, Eric. Rivers, hills, and punk rock. 2004.
1224 Martin, Christine. "And for ever round the marble shoulders:" intimations of transcendence in Jacob's Room. 2004.
1221 Kuehnle, E. Eilene. Diary in a white room: Anne Frank rewriting herself and the reality of identity construction when private writing goes public. 2004.
1218 Miller, Belynda. Collaborative learning: a discussion of its uses and methods of incorporation into the college composition classroom. 2003.
1216 Davison, Jane Ellen. Mortal and divine trajectories: wayfinding the incarnate. 2003
1213 Neal, Todd. From boys to angels: a performative three-stage social understanding of sexual identity in post-Stonewall gay men's dramatic literature. 2003
1211 Highland, Karen R. Collaborative talk-write: a composition pedagogy. 2003.
1210 Davis, Matthew. Five stories: a sequence. 2003.
Pionke, Katharine. Michael Field: got God? 2003.
1202 Nelson, Susan. Chaos theory and the navigation of Salman Rushdie"s Midnight's children. 2003.
1195 Lineberry, Kenneth W. Cadence calls: military folklore in motion. 2003.
1192 Bowden, Allison Marie. Mixing cultures and creative techniques: social commentary in Okot P'Bitek's Song of Lawino. 2003.
On both sides of the big desk: duality in the graduate teaching experience.
1185 LeMaster, Christy Ann. Standing up for Shakespeare: moving toward a pedagogy of embodiment. 2002.
1183 Heitmann, Andrew G. "This little span of life": the reader's Sentimental Journey. 2002
1180 Standley, Gracie. Life dialogues. 2002.
1175 Marcus, Jennifer Lee. Border crossing and other poems. 2002.
1174 Maag, Andrea. Transitional orality among children: theory and field observation. 2002.
1173 Ludwig, Al. Lions in glass houses. 2002.
1166 Sokolov, Rachel Anne. Confession, gender and power in The French Lieutenant's Woman. 2001.
1158 Jones, Dan. Aesthetic theory and practice. 2001.
1157 Hatala, Jennifer Creer. Dust in its infinite lightness. 2001.
1155 Cross, Regina Alice. Femininity and Stephen King's Dark Tower series. 2001.
1154. Bryan, Rebecca Anne. The power of language: linguistics in a liberatory composition classroom. 2001.
1153 Graff, Leslie Dale. The incessant zigzag pattern: hypertest, Italo Calvino's Six Memos for the Next Millennium, and association thought. 2000.
1151 Kopitske, Karl J. Seeking the value of transgression: William S. Burrough's and kirstevan abjection. 2000.
1139 Moss, Melissa Christine. Women's corporeality and discourse: challenging phallocentric ideology with sporting bodies. 2000.
1135 McElwee, David Robert. The end. 2000.
1134 Kuehnle, Karen Anne. Negotiating representation of difference: A cultural studies approach to the first-year composition classroom. 2000.
1133 Jennings, Brian Clifton. Open wide: identity and the abject in selected works of Julio Cortazar. 2000.
1131 Farris, Jennifer. Gender roles in Elizabeth Cary's The Tragedy of Mariam. 2000.
1126 Novac, Natalia. All that's left of flowers. 1999.
1122 Qualls, Melissa Ann. A sojourn through madness in The Embroidered Shoes of Can Xue. 1999.
1120 Nelson, Matthew Bruce. Insense. 1999.
1118 Merrell, Valerie Jane Brown. The culinary magician. 1999.
1112 Casady, Tamara Clark. Fostering resiliency in the English classroom. 1999.
1109 Wagner, Gretchen. Emaciation proclamation. 1999.
1104 Wiebers-Mitchell, Lissa Beth. Technology and writing centers: implementing change. 1999.
1102 Houser, Richard McCormick. Autonomy versus determinism in Anglo-Saxon literature. 1999.
1101 Heaton, David P. Unmasking Los Angeles: Philip Marlow as Raymond Chandler's agent of truth.
1099 Davey, Jason A. Narcia. 1999.
1098 Carlson, Evelyn Marie. Winter blossoms. 1999.
1096 Smith, Mary Jane Walker. A concatenation of ephemeralities. 1998.
1094 Ball, Marcia Sue Ryan. Mutton Ridge Indians. 1998.
1091 Slubowski, Henry F., Jr. Coming out and coming into an identity: a structural analysis of the coming out story. 1998.
1077 Ratcliff, Robyn E. From shepherds (or: "You might be the 100th monkey"): the role of children in nuclear discourse. 1998.
1068 Chepurnov, Dennis. Red stars. 1998.
1064 Imgarten, Carla S. Glimpses into the heartland. 1997.
1062 Courtney, Dena Kay. The Bible as literature: A comparative study of the book of Job. 1997.
1058 Farnsworth Kirk, Susan. A "writer's grammar:" a pathway into academic discourse for basic writers. 1997.
1045 Sahaida, Peggy E. Forging new paths: Willa Cather's female pioneering artist. 1997
1044 Price, Kathryn A. Imago: Male fantasists and the myth of womanhood from George MacDonald to Charles De Lint. 1997.
1042 Morris, Robert-John Gerard. Breaking the chains: Portrayals of history and politics in selected works of James Joyce. 1997.
1034 Ludtke, Scott C. Exploring a technological dialectic: Effects of computer use on essay writing in scored essays from the sophomore writing experience. 1996.
1032 Hohertz, Melissa A. Reassessing Jane Austen's agenda: Understanding the anger in Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, and Persuasion. 1996.
1029 Daubert, Douglas Alan. Snapshots and stories: the Farringtons of northeast Missouri. 1996.
1024 Terry, Michael. The narrative journey: reading as a sacred and therapeutic activity. 1996.
1021 Smith, Scott Thompson. Lying in a bed of abjection: a critical reading of Thomas' Tristan. 1996.
1018 Knudson, Candace Faith Latvala. Living language: vitalinguatextum resonances between Beowulf and the Kalevala. 1996.
1016 Kain, Donna J. H.D.: The waking dream beetween us. 1996.
1013 Bryson, Michael. Reclaiming the self: transcending the fragmentation of the individual subject in literature from the Bhagavad Gita to Wise blood. 1996.
1012 Bryson, Denise M. Spaces between the ties. 1996.
1008 Armstrong, Bryant Dale. Vietnam literature and the literary canon: the canonicity of Tim O'Brien's Going after Caccicato. 1996.
1005 Rudd, Elsie I. Out of the abyss: Adam's soliloquy and choices in Paradise Lost. 1995.
1002 Justice, Marjorie Ann. Orality, literacy, and the elctronic age in Louise Erdrich's fiction. 1995.
999 Wilson, Kristin Bailey. Chigger hill. 1995.
998 Todd, Sherry Galloway. Hope full choices. 1995.
997 Taylor, Timothy N. Reflections of sports in Updike's Rabbit tetralogy. 1995.
995 O'Connor, Mark Edward. Rising from the ashes. 1995.
994 Davisson, Katrina A. My grandma died six times. 1995.
991 Williams, Nathaniel. Afflicted by wishes: a collection of short fiction. 1995.
989 Rolands, Tim. Keeping records. 1995.
986 Rap, Lynelle Kathleen. Journeys within the new Russia. 1995.
981 Holcomb, Jack. The oobie box. 1995.
980 Goad, Angela L. The Zen truth in J.D. Salinger: "It's very hard to meditate and live a spiritual life in America." 1995.